Tanzania Self drive Safaris - Car hire and Camping

Tanzania is the quintessential ideal as far as self-drive holidays go. Tanzania is blessed with a remarkable number of beautiful attractions, ranging from the endless national park – The Serengeti National Park and the highest mountain in Africa – Kilimanjaro, and Ngorongoro Crater among others. The type of self-drive tour in Tanzania depends on your personal preferences and inclinations, and sometimes on the amount of time you have for your holiday.  Tanzania’s self-drive safari is gaining more and more popularity among the African safari itineraries. Tourists explore Tanzania’s wildlife and nature on self-drive tours and with the great independence of where to go. Self-drive safaris in Tanzania are relatively cheaper, but they require more preparations and knowledge to be made in advance. A self-drive tour in Africa is a true spirit of adventure. With the vast of Tanzania from the endless plains of the Serengeti National Park, the tropical beaches of the coastline in Dar es Salaam and the spice islands to the gentle highlands and the bustling city of Arusha. You will have an unforgettable experience during your exploration. At the same time, self-driving trips will give you maximum flexibility during your stay since you manage your time and choose what to see and where to go.

4x4 for Camping Tours

Car hire, for Tanzania self-drive tours - A better choice for safaris during peak season. Save on your holiday to Tanzania with Camping - Book at 135 dollars a day

Tanzania Tours - Guided Tours

Book a car with a driver guide for safaris in Serengeti and Ngorongoro. This 7 seat customised land cruiser with a pop-up is a great choice for family tours

    With Self Drive Safari in Tanzania, you have the opportunity to control your itineraries. Go camping with our 4×4 Jeeps with rooftop tents and experience more game drives, excitement and up close with nature than being a passive traveler in the back of a 4×4.

    With a valid driving license and a little knowledge of road rules, a self-drive safari in Tanzania is possible and easier than you think. We provide useful information and advice throughout all the aspects of a self-drive safari, including when to go, and safety and driving tips. Car hire, self-drive itinerary and the advantages of a safari of these types of tours are all available on this website, or you can inquire from our reservation team. The most frequently asked question is “Is Tanzania a suitable country for self-drive safari?” We always say “YES”, a Safari in Tanzania is always a rewarding adventure. The wildlife is plentiful, and the landscapes are stunning, from the majestic sight of snow-capped Kilimanjaro to the delightful Serengeti plains. Tanzania has some of the most diverse animal populations and a range of climates and landscapes, each of which is unique.

    Tanzania Self-drive Tours

    Ngorongoro Safaris

    Safaris in Tanzania and destinations to consider for self-drive Tours

    The safari industry in Tanzania is considered to be very successful compared to other African countries. It is one of the nation’s core economic pillars and also a well-paying industry. Before the current leadership in Tanzania, the industry was messy. It was affected by different challenges, including land use, wildlife and land conflicts, and land ownership disputes. These challenges resulted in reduced investment in the wildlife sector, reduced tourism, destruction of nature, and wildlife as a resource. However, the steps made by the government to address the challenges have brought changes in the sector. There has been an increase in investment, an inflow of tourists, and an increase in job opportunities in the wildlife sector.

    Nowhere in the world is there a richer wildlife safari destination than Tanzania. The game viewing is superb, and the national parks and game reserves are unspoiled and still relatively undeveloped. The topography of Tanzania is one of the most varied and unique on the African continent. It ranges from the coastal plains to the east, to the Masai Steppe, onto the Rift Valley and the highlands around Arusha. In the north, there are the Serengeti plains and the world’s most famous wildebeest migration. To the parks of the southern highlands like Mikumi National Park, Ruaha National Park, Selous National Park and on to Africa’s highest point, the peak of Kilimanjaro. These are the definitive safari locations, and this is the essence of safari in Tanzania.

    Mikumi National Park - Tanzania Self drive

    Great Migration Experience in Tanzania

    The Great Migration of gazelle, wildebeests and Zebras is one of the most notable natural wildlife and natural phenomena that still exist in Tanzania and Kenya in the Northern Serengeti and Southern Maasai Mara in the Mara Triangle. One of the strong reasons that fired up our motive to conduct a study on this is because we want to acquire more knowledge about this spectacular event and share it with others. Serengeti and its national treasure are one of the methods to promote the importance of preservation and awareness of the conservation of this world heritage site in Serengeti National Park.

    Great Migration Experience in Tanzania
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    Lake Manyara National Park and Tours in Tanzania

    Lake Manyara National Park is located close to Arusha with a total size of 325 sq km, with two-thirds of it covered by Lake Manyara. It is an area with a diverse range of habitats and is situated at a rather shallow, alkaline lake. This lake covers and dries according to the season and is an attractive location for bird watching and home to a large population of flamingos. The park is located on the way from Arusha to Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti. It is a good stopover location for tourists en route to these three main attractions. Lake Manyara is more than just a stopover with increased government funding. It has been the focus of a lot of development in terms of tourism and tourism infrastructure.

    Kilimanjaro - Tanzania

    Mountain Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and one of the great peaks of the world. Whatever route or method of ascent there is a Kilimanjaro tour for anyone. Each of Kilimanjaro’s ascent routes has its own merits and demerits, and the best tour route for each person depends on their preferences in terms of scenic beauty, wildlife, duration, and acclimatization.