Tanzanian safaris are back for UK travellers as the country is no longer on the red list, meaning that tourists can now enjoy all that Tanzania has to offer.
If you are wanting to go on safari from the UK, most airline carriers are up and running again with flights from Manchester, Birmingham and London flying into Kilimanjaro, Dar es Salaam or Zanzibar. Airlines to look for are KLM and Qatar.
This is a great time to travel as you escape the cold weather and enjoy long sunny days, fantastic wildlife viewing and warm seas. Tanzania’s top destinations are the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Zanzibar islands and of course the highest peak in Africa – Mt Kilimanjaro.
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Posted 15th November 2021
Travellers around the world are choosing to go on safari during Covid-19 times because it is a relatively risk-free holiday option. Safaris are already great for social distancing with the majority of time spent in the open air and in national parks.
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