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Tanzania Group Tours for Solo Travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Tanzania

Why Travel Solo To Tanzania?

Tanzania is a place of pure magic and the iconic Big 5. Now, which adventure to choose?

On Wild Tanzania you’ll get to experience what we often call the ‘ultimate’ safari experience. Think glamping atop one-of-a-kind converted Land Rovers in the heart of the Serengeti, featuring your own private chef and unparalleled access to wildlife and the great wildebeest migration. And then there’s Tanzania: Kili to Crater. This one’s for you if you want a deeper cultural experience and a 360 view of the country beyond it’s wildlife. Yes, there’ll still be plenty of time for epic safaris (we’d never let you visit without one), but you’ll also get to hike a portion of Mt. Kilimanjaro, interact with local tribes and picnic on the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater in view of the local hippos. Luckily, on both adventures, you’ll finish off on the pristine isle of Zanzibar.

Whichever adventure you choose, travel to Tanzania and your life-long love affair with Africa will officially begin. We know ours has.

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Top places to visit in Tanzania


Explore a world-famous wildlife reserve teeming with animals: from the iconic lions and elephants to the lesser known, but equally fascinating, gerenuk gazelles and klipspringer antelopes.


One of the African great lakes– home to more than 200 species of fish – Lake Victoria is perfect for swimming, boating and fishing. Not to mention glimpsing the land animals who come to drink at its shore.


With its turquoise waters, white-sand beaches and lush vegetation, Zanzibar is something of an island paradise, popular among honeymooners. But who says they should have all the fun? This is a place of relaxation and adventure, where you can find everything from boutique resorts to quaint fishing villages.

Trips to Tanzania

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10 Days in Tanzania

Tanzania: Kili to Crater

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9 Days in Tanzania

Wild Tanzania

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Tanzania Facts

What Are The National Languages?

Swahili and English

What is the currency?

Tanzanian shilling


East Africa Time is GMT+3

Top Three Experiences

1. Glamping and campfires
2. Game drives through Serengeti
3. Tropical sailing on Zanzibar

Top five dishes to try

1. Ugali – a polenta-like side dish made from maize
2. Wali – rice, often cooked in coconut milk
3. Nyama choma – grilled meat
4. Samaki – fish cooked over charcoal
5. Mshikaki – skewered BBQ meat

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Average temp in high season

What's The Weather Like?

Tanzania has a tropical climate and there are generally two rainy seasons; short rains are from October to December and the long rains last from March to June. The average summer temperature in Tanzania is 89ºF (31ºC) and the average winter temperature is 61ºF (16ºC).

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