TANZANIA SAFARI EXPERIENCE The home of the Best African Safari Parks, the Highest Free-standing
Mountain in the world, and The Tropical Island of Zanzibar
TANZANIA SAFARI EXPERIENCE The home of the Best African Safari Parks, the Highest Free-standing
Mountain in the world, and The Tropical Island of Zanzibar

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Tanzania Safari with Katambuga Expedition

Katambuga Expedition is a private Tanzanian tour company in Cooperation with Safari-Zanzibari in Moscow, Russia. The company is registered in Tanzania under Tanzania laws and regulations with the purpose to pursue all tourism business goals as a tour operator, tourist agents, travel agents, safari contractors and organizers of all kinds of expeditions. All our safaris operations are done in our Headquarters office at Arusha city in Tanzania. Here we facilitates the official handling of clients inquires, operational matters, and team training. We provide high quality travel and tour services in Tanzania to customers from all over the world. We also provide excellent personalized tour services in the East Africa region.

We offer a unique selection of itineraries that turn your dreams into realities. Our main specialties are wildlife camping, lodging, and luxury safaris, climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, trekking Mt. Meru and Zanzibar beach holidays, cultural tours, cycling adventure tours and so much more!.

Best Places to Visit in Tanzania




Mount Kilimanjaro


Lake Manyara

Top Experiences in Tanzania

Cultural Tours

Walking Safaris

Day Tours & Excursions

Tanzania Safari Itineraries

From $1,849

7 Days Great Migration Safari

Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro

From $1,457

6 Days Tanzania Wildlife Safari

Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro

From $1,326

5 Days Northern Tanzania Adventures

Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro

From $1,297

4 Days Tanzania Safari

Tarangire & Serengeti

From $651

3 Days Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro & Tarangire Safari

Lake Manyara & Tarangire

From $457

2 Days Northern Tanzania Short Safari

Tarangire & Ngorongoro

About Tanzania

Tanzania is an African country located on the Eastern part of the African continent. It is bordered by Kenya and Uganda on the North and Burundi, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo on the west. Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique border the country on the south and the Indian Ocean of the east.
Tanzania is a united republic as a result of two countries, Tanganyika (Mainland) and Zanzibar (Pemba and Unguja Islands).

Frequently Asked Questions about Tanzania Safari

When is the best time to visit Tanzania?

Tanzania is accessible throughout the year. The best time to visit Tanzania depends on what you want to achieve and experience in Tanzania. For the best wildlife viewing, the best time to visit is from June to November. From December to March is the rain season. Rain stops from April to May. If you prefer the least crown on the parks, May and June might be the best option.

Is it safe to visit Tanzania?

“Tanzania has a slick and experienced tourist industry, and a Tanzanian safari overall is very safe. That said, there is a lot of petty crime in big cities such as Dar es Salaam and Mombasa, so walking around alone isn’t recommended. Tourists sometimes get targeted in Arusha and other urban tourist hot spots, but most of the time the hassle is benign and is really just touts wanting to sell things (anything from safaris to beaded necklaces). Being firm and standing your ground is usually all it takes to diffuse any situation. In any case, most people on Tanzanian tours don’t spend very much (or any) time in urban centers, so none of this is likely even to be a concern.”

How much does a Tanzania safari cost?

What to wear on safari in Tanzania

Advisable packing and clothing are so changeable depending on what you are doing, where and when you are going. The best thing to do is to give us a call and discuss your plans. However, we do have a pre-departure page you can have a peek at for general advice. Is it your first safari? Check out our blog on useful tips for first-time safari-goers..

Group safari vs Private safari, which is better?

Can I use my cell phone while in Tanzania?

Since you will be on a safari-type expedition, it’s unlikely that you will be close enough to any cell towers to be able to use your cell phone.

Do I need a visa to travel to Tanzania?

Tanzania does require 6-months of validity on a passport and a tourist visa, which can be purchased at the airport upon arrival.

Does ravel insurance included on your tours?

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