Tanzania Family safari

Tanzania Family


Tanzania stands as an exceptional choice for a family safari, presenting diverse wildlife, breathtaking scenery, and distinct cultural encounters. Our selection of budget-friendly safari options caters to families of all types, ensuring an unforgettable experience that will create enduring memories for everyone. Visit Tanzania and depart with moments that will be cherished for a lifetime.

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Where to go for Tanzania family safari

Serengeti National Park
Ngorongoro Crater
Tarangire National Park
Ruaha National Park
Arusha National Park
Lake Manyara National Park

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Tanzania Safari FAQ

Below we have gathered the answers to the most popular questions frequently asked by our tourists. However, if something important is missing, contact us. We are always here to help you.

As with many places around the world; Africa has its places of danger and these should be avoided. There are many horror stories coming out of the continent but in general East Africa is a safe destination to travel to – taking precautions is necessary though. Planning your trip in advance with a registered and experienced ground tour operator like Trek & Hide Adventures will prevent any misunderstandings and allow you to enjoy what will certainly be your most memorable holidays.

Although malaria is prevalent in our area the chance of you as a visitor to contract the disease is very small. It is essential to take prophylactics which must be administered before departing for your safari.

Using beds covered with mosquito nets, covering up in the evenings and using mosquito repellent on the areas that cannot be covered will assist in preventing mosquitoes biting.

In the past it was thought that countries should be avoided during the rainy season but this has proved to be misleading in many cases as the rainy seasons provide some of the most dramatic experiences. The rainy season in Tanzania is during April and May. Having said so, Tanzania can be visited for Safari all year round with the advice of our travel consultant who will develop your itinerary to suit the specific times of the year that you are planning to travel.

You will probably go through your Safari without encountering anything that can be considered to be ‘dangerous’ or put your situation in threat. You will be using a ‘closed Safari vehicle’ that opens from the top only and as such you will not be exposed into a direct encounter with the wild animals.

Wild animals consider anything or a person walking in their territory as a threat to them – So, abiding by the Safari Safety guidelines and listening to your guide will ensure your maximum safety throughout the Safari.

Most of the national parks in the northern circuit of Tanzania have elephants and lions especially Tarangire, Ngorongoro and Serengeti. However, visiting more than one park during your safari will allow more chance of seeing these incredible creatures.

There are varieties of accommodation nowadays ranging from High end, Luxury lodges, and standard to basic lodges/ tented camps; as well as staying in normal tents at Public Campsites located in the parks. The type of accommodation and level of comfort for your accommodation will basically depend on your budget for Safari and our sales consultant will assist you to meet your expectations.

That is not a problem at all! We can accommodate our clients’ dietary requirements. Clients are advised to inform us in advance about their special dietary requirement/ restrictions so as to relay the same to your lodges on safari so as to prepare beforehand. Most lodges have qualified chefs on hand. Part of the safari experience today is the cuisine and a great emphasis is placed on food – and your dietary requirement will be well taken care of!

Most accommodations will have facilities to charge batteries for cameras and other electronic devices but it is advisable to bring spare batteries and power adaptors.

United States dollars (US$) will be accepted nearly everywhere you go but it is always advisable to exchange an amount into the local currency to be used in case of an emergency. Your guide will advise on currency exchange rates – the best place to get local currency should be at the airport’s bureau de change or bank. Credit cards are widely accepted.