Tanzania Flights Guide

One of the better-recognized African countries, travel in Tanzania has long been associated with wilderness adventure. The country is full of natural beauty and is home to the Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti National Park features all animals from the "Big Five": elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros) and there are many tour operators who work to provide tourists with the most fulfilling safari experience that they can. In addition to taking safaris to spot these amazing wild animals, tourists also have the opportunity to explore the town of Zanzibar, and to the north Mt. Kilimanjaro rises like a question mark there to greet each guest, every day.

Tanzania experiences a dry and a rainy season, and of all the months to avoid, April is top of the list, closely followed by March and May. June marks the beginning of the dry season, with July being the best time for tourists to visit the country. It is possible to get a direct flight into one of Tanzania's two international airports, Mt. Killamanjaro International and Julius Nyerere International Airport. The latter is located in the country's largest city, Dar es Salaam, which invites tourists to see and learn about the traditional homes of local Tanzanian tribes.
Popular Routes to Tanzania

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