Tanzania Where the Experience Begins
Arrive Arusha apt ex KLM, Turkish or Ethiopia. Meet and transfer to Arusha Meals and overnight Mount Meru hotel.
Morning after breakfast leave to Tarangire national park with game drive,
Lunch at a safari lodge. Afternoon drive for late game viewing. Dinner and overnight at Tarangire Safari Lodge
Breakfast, early morning game drive in Tarangire National Park.
Collect picnic lunches game viewing. Dinner and overnight at Tarangire safari Lodges.
Breakfast, morning drive to Lake Manyara National Park. Game driver till late afternoon and then proceed to mto wa mbu This Cultural walk/Bicycle it may takes hours which it will ending at African local women who she will prepare your local lunch with different African food and very tasteful and clean which you will enjoy it so much!
Breakfast, morning and afternoon game drive in Serengeti Park
All meals and overnight at Serengeti Serena hotel.
After breakfast depart with lunch boxes and drive to explore the Serengeti National Park in a different area, at the Central of Serengeti where you will have the different experience with residents.
Breakfast at hotel game drive en route to ngoro ngoro Late lunch at Ngoro
Late lunch at Ngoro ngoro Serena hotel.
After early breakfast drive to Ngorongoro and descend to the Caldera for a Half day game drive with picnic lunch from the Hotel. This day you will have a time to explore every corner of the Crater.
Breakfast, morning drive to Arusha. Lunch at Carnival Restaurant. Transfer to airport to connect your flight or proceed to Zanzibar.
TANZANIA AT GALACE SAFARI
Important travel information from Tanganyika Outdoor Safari and Adventure Company
Passports and Visas for entering Tanzania
All visitors arriving in the East African country of Tanzania must possess a valid passport. Citizens of some countries require visas. One should check with their nearest embassy about the necessity of requiring an entry visa, the high commission of some East African community Countries i.e Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda require only a single visa for tourists while Tanzania required another visa to enter its borders. For most travellers visas may be purchased on arrival at the cost of $ 50 in Tanzania and Kenya. Visas may also be purchased in advance which will save time on arrival.Travellers visiting Tanzania and Kenya (and other African countries) will need to purchase a visa for each country separately while those travelling to Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda require only a single visa for the three countries. Travellers staying less than 2 days in a country may qualify for a transit visa. Generally, travellers arriving in one country, proceeding to another country and returning to the first country may re-enter on the original multiple entry visas unless they have returned to their home country.
Travellers arriving from overseas must comply with immigration formalities on arrival. Travellers going between the East African countries (such as Kenya and Tanzania) need to complete immigration formalities. Landing cards are generally provided by the airline in advance and must be completed for each traveller.
On arrival, travellers must pass through customs for clearance. Tourists generally are not questioned; however, customs officials have the right to inspect all luggage. Patience and courtesy are important. Personal effects including cameras and film may be imported temporarily without a permit. A customs bond may be demanded from visitors bringing in filming equipment, radios, tape recorders and musical instruments to ensure that the goods are re-exported. Firearms require a special permit.
Back Up Copies
Safari participants should make copies of their passports, visas (if purchased in advance), itineraries, emergency contact numbers, names of medication prescription and other important information. Also, it is required to carry the backup copies in a separate place or have a travelling companion carry them.
The official languages of Tanzania are Kiswahili and English, and in Kenya and Uganda is English. Kiswahili is spoken and understood by the great majority of East African. There is a wide usage of and understanding of English language, particularly, in the town centres.
We require that all clients arrange personal travel insurance to cover their medical, property, and other personal risks for the duration of their safaris.
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