Cheap Flights To Tanzania

Dar es Salaam OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
London Air France15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£460.00
London Klm Royal Dutch Airl19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£464.00
Manchester Klm Royal Dutch Airl19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£494.00
London Ethiopian Airlines25 Jan 2024 - 30 Jun 2024fr£639.00
Manchester Klm Royal Dutch Airl15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£770.00
London Klm Royal Dutch Airl01 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£810.00
London Swiss27 Sep 2024 - 24 Dec 2024fr£920.00
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Tanzania Flights

Dar es Salaam is the largest city and one of the most visited regions in Tanzania. The charming country is home to breathtaking nature and some of the most bountiful wildlife on the planet. To explore this amazing country search for cheap flights to Tanzania at Globehunters, where you can find great flight deals throughout the year from a variety of airlines.

Book Tanzania flights to visit some of the most famous National Parks in the world. The most famous being the Serengeti National Park. Apart from the lush vegetation, the park is home to over six million animals and covers an impressive 14,763 sq kms of protected game reserve. Other important national parks in the country are Arusha National Park and Kilimanjaro National Park. There are many safari operators out there and Globehunters will be sure to find you the best of the bunch and tailor make the safari of your dreams. Simply call us to find out more.

Other important national parks and natural wonders in Tanzania, include; Ngorongoro, Kolo-Kondoa Rock Art Sites and Ruaha National Park to name a few. There really is a wildlife park or game reserve to suit all in Tanzania. Flights to Dar es Salaam not only gives you access to the northern wildlife region of Tanzania but cheap flights to Dar es Salaam also gives you access to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. The views up Kilimanjoro are to die for and is well worth the flight to Tanzania itself. Other mountain walking destinations in Tanzania include the Crater Highlands and Mount Meru which are both well worth a trek to the summit.

National Parks of Tanzania

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park is often overlooked by those booking flights to Tanzania, but we highly recommend taking a visit if your holiday to Tanzania allows. Situated in Northern Tanzania, the park offers 552 sq kms of parkland. Within the forests of Arusha National Park stands the Ngurdoto Crater, where steep cliff verges and wild marshland with herds of buffalo can often be spotted, as well as many species of monkey. The Momela Lakes also offer a serene setting amongst the green and blue waters attracting many flamingoes and waterfowl. Giraffes, zebras and hyenas can also often be spotted amongst the grassy plains.

Kilimangaro and Mount Meru provide the perfect backdrop to this National Park with some unparalleled sunsets and hiking opportunities.

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Kilimanjaro, meaning Mountain of Light, is also the tallest free standing mountain in the world and can be reached from UK to Dar es Salaam flights. Offering spectacular panoramic views of East Africa, the mountain offers a number of trekking options from challenging to proper mountaineering. The hike itself lends itself to amazing bio-diversity from tropical scrubland to rocky ice capped peaks. The foot of the Mountian and National Park are home to some elusive Tanzanian animals including leopards and wild elephants as well as the endangered Abbot’s duiker.

If you manage to get to Uhuru Point or Gillman’s Point you will severely increase your mountaineering kudos as well as see some spectacular rarely seen views of the crater and savannahs below.

Serengeti National Park

Famous for its largest animal migrations seen in the world, the Serengeti is synonymous with some of the most extensive game reserve viewing in the world. Listed in current 7 natural wonders of Africa, the Serengeti offers a live battle between the world’s greatest hunter and prey. There are too many animals to list, but the majority of Africa’s native animals can be seen within the confounds of Tanzania’s greatest park.

Tanzania flights bring you to the natural plains not only of animals, but insects, birds and enduring landscapes of Africa. The sheer numbers of this wildlife is unique and something that should be witnessed in every persons’ lifetime.

There is plenty to see and do, but how you see it and do it, speak to our travel consultants to find the best option from you whether its hot-air ballooning, game drives or experiencing the heritage and culture of Maasi tribes. It’s all available with a call to Globehunters.

Ruaha National Park

This famous wilderness is rich with almost untouched ecosystems co-existing, with natural springs, rainforests and wetlands and the Great Ruaha River - the habitat to much of the wildlife within the National Park.

Hippopotamus, crocodiles, elephants, antelopes, cheetah, reptiles, varied birdlife as well as mixed vegetation can be found here. Serving as part of the largest National Parks in Tanzania and East Africa, Ruaha is well worth a visit.

Other significant National Parks within Tanzania include: Gombe Stream, Katavi, Kitulo Plateau, Mahale Mountains, Lake Manyara, Mikumi, Mkomazi, Rubondo Island, Saadani, Tarangire and Udzungwa Mountains.

Tanzania Flights also give you access to 800 kilometers of coastline. Some of the best beaches are located in Dar es Salaam. The most popular ones are Coco Beach, Jangwani Beach, Mafia Beach and Mbamaba Bay. Zanzibar is another important city in Tanzania. Beaches in Zanzibar cannot be ignored and offer some of the most highly sort after beaches in the while of Africa. Top rated beaches in Zanzibar include: Kendwa Beach, Matemwe Beach, Jambiani and Makunduchi. There are a variety of marine activities you can take part in, including snorkeling, sailing, diving, and windsurfing off the beaches of Tanzania.

Zanzibar is also known for its rich past. The archipelago is home to a number of historical sites such as the ruins of Maruhubi Palace, Mbweni Palace and Mvuleni. Other popular sites where you can explore intriguing history of the city are Mangapwani Slave Chambers, the Hammamni Baths and The Old Arab Fort.

If you are interested in exploring the archeological richness of Tanzania, don’t miss out on visiting the National Museum in Tanzania. The museum was opened in 1940 and is known for its extensive collections and magnificent architecture. Hall of Man is the main highlight of the museum. While walking around this hall, you would come across various archeological pieces such as replicas of numerous rock paintings and the skull of the Nutcrackerman.

Another worth visiting museum is The Makumbusho Village Museum. It is located in Dar es Salaam. This is the best place to know about various tribes of Tanzania. Exhibits in the museum display traditional homes in the country, authentic paintings and variety of artifacts. If you can bargain, Dar es Salaam flights allow you to experience some unique shopping experiences. Visit Kariakoo Market and pick up some unique souvenirs worth bringing home to your living room.

To book cheap flights to Tanzania, call us and one of our expert representatives would assist you with the booking. As IATA and ATOL (Air Tour Operators License) members, you can have peace of mind in the knowledge that your Tanzania flights with Globehunters are financially protected.