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Tanzania Overview

Perhaps the most spectacular of African charms are concentrated in Tanzania! The wild, the exotic and the incredible - all roll into this African country and make it the most alluring destination. Wildlife here is the most wonderful and diverse. The wildebeest migration is the stuff that makes people work hard for cheap holiday deals for Tanzania. Home to the tallest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is loved by hikers as well. Zanzibar islands further up the ante and make Tanzania an even more delightful destination. While wildlife and beaches make up the country's biggest highlights, those who are willing to be led by the region's cultural mosaic, won't be disappointed either. On the contrary, they will be rewarded with a peek into more than 100 ethnic groups and their lifestyle.

Top Destinations in Tanzania

Tanzania is the quintessential African reverie. It is the place where the nature has chosen to bestow its chicest of gifts and that too in a manner that can only be 'generous'. Undoubtedly, it is the wildlife of the country that has triggered the desire of jumping aboard Tanzania flights. Ngorongoro Conservation Area, The Serengeti National Park, The Arusha National Park, The Gombe Stream National Park and Lake Manyara National Park are green stretches where the big time game watching is possible. Beyond wildlife, there is the exciting beach life that finds portrayal at places like Zanzibar.

Flight Tickets to Tanzania

Tanzania is a blossoming holiday destination, with millions willing to spend money on air tickets to discover the nation's wild offerings. Annually, thousands of keen Briton enthusiasts plan holidays in the country, and seek flights to Tanzania from various UK airports. London Heathrow has the highest number of frequencies to Tanzania's largest airport, Julius Nyerere International Airport. Ethiopian Airlines, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways and Kenya Airways are among the carriers that run flights on LHR- Dar es Salaam route. Few services are also available from Glasgow and Gatwick. This is a long-haul route, with single or multiple layovers.

Tanzania Quick Travel Facts

Geography: Tanzania is an East African nation that's bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north; and Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique are on the south of the country.

Capital: Dodoma

Key Holiday Destinations: Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Serengeti

Popular Airports: Dar es Salaam's Julius Nyerere International Airport is among the busiest in the country.

Popular Airlines: Air Tanzania is the flag carrier of Tanzania

Language: Kiswahili, English

Time Zone: UTC+3

Popular Holidays: Beach, Culture & History, Wildlife, Sightseeing, Adventure Sports, Food, Winter Sun

British High Commission: Umoja House,
Garden Avenue, P.O. Box 9200
Dar es Salaam

Best Time to Visit Tanzania

The best time to get a seat aboard Tanzania bound flights is the period between January and February. This is the dry season and understandably the peak tourist season in the country. Cheap airfares on flights to Tanzania may not be a norm during these busy months and it may require some effort and planning on part of holiday makers to acquire the same. July and October is not a bad time either to pack bags and board flights to the African country. March-June and November-December are rainy months and are best avoided by vacationers who desire only the finest after spending money on air tickets to Tanzania.

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