Tanzania Facts, Map, Flag And Best Serengeti Wildlife Tours

Tanzania is located in East Africa and boasts diverse landscapes from Mount Kilimanjaro to the Serengeti National Park. Swahili is the official language, fostering unity among its people. Tanzania is renowned for its wildlife, including the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. Tourism is a vital economic pillar, drawing adventurers and nature travelers to its breathtaking vistas. Tanzania’s resilience and natural beauty continue to captivate the world hence being recommended as one of the top destinations every traveler shouldn’t miss on their trip to Africa.

Tanzania at a glance

Capital: Dodoma

President: Samia Suluhu Hassan

Official languages: Swahili, English

Top National Parks: Serengeti & Tarangire

Population: 65.5 million (2022)

Currency: Tanzanian Shilling

Dialing code: +255


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Tanzania Map

More About Tanzania

JimJam Safaris & Tours helps you plan several wildlife safari destinations. Tanzania is among the most visited African safari destinations and countries to visit on the African continent. The country prides itself in a beautiful landscape and the wildlife safari can be compared to none other across the entire continent. Serengeti National Park is the primary tourist attraction in Tanzania, however, there are several different things to do during your visit.
Serengeti National Park is well known for its wildebeest migration that sees close to 2 million animals including wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles migrate across the wide Serengeti plains in search of fresh pastures and water, during your visit, you shouldn’t limit yourself to the migration season but rather enjoy the rich diversity of wildlife living within the park all year round among which are lions, leopards, antelopes, hyenas, cheetahs, and elephants.

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How much does a Tanzania safari cost?

How much does a Tanzania safari cost? A night on a Safari in Tanzania can cost from $100 to $1,500 per person.  A budget Tanzania safari can be valued at $150 per person while midrange Tanzania safaris can be valued at $400. Luxury/ upmarket safari lodges might cost $1,500- $5,500 or more per night.

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or embarking on your first African adventure, these tours allow you to experience the best of multiple countries in one epic journey.

JimJam Safaris and Tours Africa provides you with Multi-Country Tours and a diversity of trips ranging from 1 to 20 days therefore feel free to select the one that is suitable for your travel needs. READ MORE!


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