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This is your gate way to enjoying your next safari in Tanzania, East Africa. Is your holiday time nearby? or are you thinking of a future safari trip to Africa? Then think and choose Tanzania, “The soul of Africa” and its vast holiday options to choose from, Whether you are looking for your first ever safari options or want to come back for another life experience, Tanzania has a lot more to offer for you all. Once in Tanzania you can have a short trip or long period travel experience for an individual, group or family, Watu Safaris will make your African safari dream come true. With hundreds of travel options available, our country has a lot more to offer for your next holiday and we are here to help you organize it for you.

Services Offered

With available travel choices, you will have endless things to do in Tanzania. Our services includes but not limited to different tour options such as wildlife safaris in National Parks (especially to the Southern tourist circuit which includes unexplored places such as Mikumi, Ruaha, Katavi and Udzungwa National Parks, and the Nyerere National Park (Former part of Selous Game Reserves), Wildlife Management Areas and to other Southern Parks. We also offer walking, night game drives, Conservation Placements, Cultural Tourism trips, Zanzibar Island vacations, Trekking trips in Udzungwa, Village experience and home stay programs, Meeting packages, Travel ground handling services, Hotel Booking, airport pick up and transfers, School trips and other tour options around the country tailored to your needs.

Watu Safaris also offers tour options to Northern Tanzania which includes the famous Serengeti, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Kilimanjaro Mountains and other areas of interest in partnership with our partner operators in Arusha and Moshi.

When to Visit Tanzania

The best time to do safaris in Tanzania would be from June through December of each year. Many areas around the country usually will start to receive rain from January through end of May, whereby March and April are the peak seasons for rainfall. If you do safari during the rain season you should expect some rains during the trip and some roads may not be accessible leading to some amendments to your schedule to accommodate the trip. With that said, you can still do safari in Tanzania all year round.