Is Tanzania expensive to travel?
The good news is Tanzania is full of cheap high quality eats, places to stay and transport options including low cost airlines. For a 10 day trip in Tanzania it cost $51 USD per person per day (excluding a 3 day 2 night Safari at $140 USD per person per day ).
How can I spend 2 weeks in Tanzania?
1st Day: fly into Arusha. 2nd – 5th Day: 4-day safari. 6th Day: Bus to Lushoto. 7th – 8th Day: Explore Lushoto. 9th Day: Bus to Dar es Salaam. 10th Day: Fly to Mafia or Zanzibar Island. 11th – 14th Day: relax in Mafia. 15th Day: fly to Dar es Salaam.
What is the best month to go to Tanzania?
The best time to visit Tanzania is from July to October when the country is at its driest. This coincides with the migration river crossings, however, all the parks offer amazing wildlife sightings at this time as the grasses and bush are at their least dense.
It still reflects the Arab, Africans and Indian cultures. You can walk down its historic streets, colonial-era mansions and stop for some shopping at exotic shops, squares and bazaars. I would say Dar-es-Salam is not a bad place to visit either.
When Travelling in Tanzania, You should have at least USD $50 per person per day. This is tour package includes all the the main expenses of transportation, accommodation, food, and park entry fees. If it does not include these costs, carry at least USD $200 per person per day to cover for all your expenses.
Import of foreign currencies: no restrictions. However, amounts exceeding the equivalent of USD 10,000. - must be declared upon arrival. Prohibited: import of local currency (Tanzanian Shilling-TZS).
Tanzania is a multilingual country. Swahili and English, the latter of which was inherited from colonial rule (see Tanganyika Territory), are widely spoken as lingua francas. They serve as working languages in the country, with Swahili being the official national language.
The coldest months are May through July, with an average high-temperature of 25°C (77°F).