Tanzania is a political stable and welcoming country, a nation where modern convenience and ancient tradition co-exist in harmony. The country has a well-maintained infrastructure and its international airport connect its bustling commercial centers and ensure easy transportation, whether by road or by air. Tanzania people are diverse mix of traditional people, village farmers and cosmopolitan professional unite by a common language, Swahili and strong sense of national community.
Destination wise, travelling to Tanzania is divided into several sectors; - Northern circuit; includes of the world famous Serengeti national park that attracts thousands of visitors each year for the annual wildebeest migration, and Ngorongoro Crater often called the 8th wonder of the world- is must see for its sheer beauty, with luxury lodges in a first class protected areas abound, and the amazing snow caped Mt. Kilimanjaro.
The Southern circuit in Selous game reserve, Ruaha national park and Mahale game reserve is the new destination with unspoiled nature that suit more adventures travellers. The level of accommodation is just high as it is in the northern circuit. Finally, the coast- mainland, including Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar archipelago is also part of the mix, a journey to the land of Swahili civilization, breath taking scenery and unspoiled beaches wait to be discovered.
When it comes to safari and beach experiences Tanzania has it all. The level and quality of its national parks and coastal belt is incomparable in anywhere in Africa. This geographically and ecologically divine country is yours to explore, and with Azadam Tours yours sure to have the ultimate African safari experience.
Tanzania’s climate is predominately tropical. Tanzania has two rain seasons- the long rain fall from late March to the end of May and short rains falls from November until the mid of December. The coolest months are June, July, and August. The best time to visit is either June through to early November or early December to the end of March. Southern Tanzania is best visited from June to October, December throughout to may remain wet and logistic difficult.