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Wild beest Migration

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the last mass terrestrial animal movements left on the planet, and the main reason why so many wildlife enthusiasts visit the Serengeti – especially at mid-year..

Culture Safaris

There are over 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania most of which migrated from different parts of the world while others were a result of the different intermarriages at the coast between the local people and the foreigners or traders thus being part of Tanzania’s cultural tourism.

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

At 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world; it is one of the Seven Summits..

Zanzibar Beach Holday

Seeking for that one destination that will arouse all your senses and make you detach from this stressing world into a peaceful atmosphere and mindset, Zanzibar is the place to visit..

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Zanzibar

Activities: Beach,Diving,Stranding

Eastern Tanzania

Tarangire National Park

Activities: Wildlife Safaris

Northern Tanzania

Serengeti National Park

Activities: Wildlife Safaris

Northern Tanzania

saadani National Park

Activities: Game watching

Southern Circuit

Ruaha National Park

Activities: Game drive

Southern Circuit

Pemba Island

Activities: Beach,Diving,Stranding

Eastern Tanzania

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Tailor Made Luxury African Safaris

A team of Afrima luxury Travel experts will guide you through every wonder in northern Tanzania and Southern Tanzania has to offer you. Iconic Serengeti Tanzania is a labor of most world wild beest migrants that entice global travelers to Tanzania destinations that have inspired many different travelers from all over the world.  Start your journey to Tanzania with us now!

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When is the best month to visit Tanzania?

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Long Rain Season
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Tanzania in January

Weather and landscape in January: Tanzania: weather and landscape in Ngorongoro in January Go to: January What’s the weather like in Tanzania in January? On the mainland, the average temperature ranges from a cool 16 °C to a warm 29 °C, so it’s ideal to pack some warm clothes along with your summer style! On our islands, you can expect a balmy 23°C to a hot high of 32°C, so whip out th…

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Tanzania in February

Weather and landscape in February Tanzania: weather and landscape in February What is the temperature like in Tanzania in February? It depends on where you are! The mainland enjoys quite a range, from a cool 16 °C (pack a jacket!) to a warm 29 °C. If you are heading for one of our island paradises, you can expect it to be hot, with lows of 23°C, and highs of 32°C. Make sure you keep s…

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Tanzania in March

Weather and landscape in March Tanzania: - weather and landscape in March March is not as predictable as other months! While the earlier days of March tend to be dry, it is not uncommon that some years will see the rain return a little earlier, and March can be wet, chan…

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Tanzania in April

Weather and landscape in April :Tanzania - weather and landscape in April

April is the rainiest month of the year in Tanzania and marks the beginning of the wet season. However, you shouldn’t picture April as a monochrome, dreary month of endless rainfall; most of the rain comes from early afternoon thunderstorms that dissipate relatively quickly.

Outside of the thunderstorms, you can expect relatively warm daytime temperatures ranging from 16°C to 28°C (and up to 30°C on the islands). While only half of the days in April can expect…

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Tanzania in May

Weather and landscape in May Tanzania: weather and landscape

May in Tanzania is a photographer’s delight. Known as the Emerald Season, April showers most definitely give way to May flowers, as the landscape blossoms into vivid color. Big game herbivores like elephants, rhinoceroses, and buffalo are more easily spotted in May due to the tremendous abundance of food and water.

Late May sees t…

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Tanzania in June

Weather and landscape in June: trees in plain

June marks the opening of the dry season in Tanzania. Unsurprisingly, the weather in the dry season is exactly what you might expect: warm (but not hot) temperatures, low humidity, and very little, if any, precipitation. June temperatures range from 15°C to 27°C on the mainland, with typically chilly mornings and evenings (pack a jacket!).

During the dry season, the landscape becomes devoid of color. The lush, verdant land of the wet season gives way to a varie…

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Tanzania in January

Weather and landscape in January Tanzania: weather and landscape in Ngorongoro in January go to: January

What’s the weather like in Tanzania in January? On the mainland, the average temperature ranges from a cool 16°C to a warm 29°C, so it’s ideal to pack some warm clothes along with your summer style! On our islands, you can expect a balmy 23°C to a hot high of 32°C, so whip out the sunscreen!

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Tanzania in August

Weather and landscape in August Tanzania: weather and landscape in August

In August, the weather is as close to perfect as one could wish for when visiting Tanzania. Cool in the mornings and evenings (bring a warm jacket!), warm in the daytime, and dry all month long, the skies are clear and sunny most days in August, allowing for prime game viewing.

While the weather is ideal for safari…

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Tanzania in September

Weather and landscape in September: Elephant by the water pool

As September begins, the dry season has been in effect for months. Rainfall has been scarce, and since about June, the weather has been cool and dry. The effect this has is that the landscape has turned a uniform brown, and grazing grass is scarce. Animals will almost all be concentrated around water sources.

Temp…

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Tanzania in October

Weather and landscape in October Giraffe in a thunderstorm

October marks the last chance of the year to catch Tanzania in a properly dry climate. For the first few weeks of October, you will experience the tail end of the long dry season, a season that has been going on since late May or early June.

The wildlife of Tanzania is huddled around sparse watering holes, and the land is brown from lack of rain. This makes for incredible game viewing, but the temperature is still cold at night and in the mornings, so don’t forget…

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Weather and landscape in November

Open plains

November marks the true end of Tanzania’s long dry season; the end of October sees the seasons shift, and the rain comes again to drench the thirsty land. At first, these will come as short, overnight storms that will tamp dust back into the ground and freshen up the landscape.

November is an underrated month to visit Tanzania. While many people want to visit during the dry season window, November is a transitional month where you can see the land change before your very eyes. Roads are still open and river flows are still low, meaning you can move about like it is the dry season.

Tanzania: accommodation in November

While th…

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Tanzania in December

Weather and landscape in December: green lands

December can be a little wet; it is not yet the true green season, but December and November are known together as the short rainy season. Rainstorms will often appear in the early afternoon and be short, clearing to beautiful blue skies and excellent photographic conditions.

With the rain, the landscape blooms into lush, verdant beauty. December’s rainy season is a welcome respite from the constant sun of the long dry season, and it awakens as a result. Temperatures are dec…

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