A Tanzania safari holiday is always an amazing experience
Tanzania is reasonably well-known among the finest African destinations for game viewing, and hence one of the best destinations in Africa where you can have an amazing safari experience. In addition to the famously known national parks in the country, such as the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park, Tanzania has also many other less visited but amazing destinations within the southern and western parts of the country, like Katavi, Ruaha, Selous, and the Mahale.
The real meaning of a safari is usually the stunning natural landscape and wildlife, however, a safari may be very stylish as well, since all of these national parks have true, luxurious, trendy accommodation facilities which can feel more or less attractive as the different wildlife. On the other hand, choosing where to stay when you are on a safari to Tanzania is such a difficult task. But all the national parks in Tanzania have all types of accommodation from budget, midrange, and luxury accommodation to cater to all types of travelers.
Best Time for you to visit Tanzania?
Often we are questioned “When is the perfect time to visit Tanzania”, the response is usually complex. It depends on several things among them your personal interests and desires, where exactly you would like to visit as well as why you are traveling. One person’s greatest time may be another person’s worst! the main reasons are;
Weather plus climate
Here’s an extensive guide to the weather of Tanzania – even though keep in mind that this originates from records plus experience, not coming from a gem ball. The Weather patterns throughout Africa have become more and more unpredictable, most likely because of global warming; we are seeing heavy showers in deserts as well as destructive droughts when the rains are expected to fall.
Only south of the equator-crossing, Tanzania is large and its big size implies that the climate differs significantly within it. Nonetheless, usually, the primary rainy season, also called the ‘long rains’, endures starting around March to April and also May. The Afternoon tropical heavy showers are the tradition – and these are heavier and much more predictable near the coast and also on the islands. Humidity is generally high and day-to-day temperatures get to the low-mid thirties.
However, the long-dry season endures all through from June up to October, and through that time the rainfall is hardly received, even on the various islands. The Temperatures differ greatly with altitude as well as location, yet it’s often a great, clear sky with sunny weather; this is a wonderful time to go to Tanzania. Throughout November plus December, another rainy session is received and these are the ‘short rains’. They are lighter compared to the heavy long rains as well as less dependable.
In case it has rained through the short rains, it usually dries up for some months – January plus February, and that is the short-dry season for Tanzania prior to beginning to rain seriously once more in March.
The optimum time to view the wonderful wildebeest migration.
Several travelers go to Tanzania to view the wonderful wildebeest migration in Serengeti. Connected to the rains, this spectacular migration of thousands of wildebeests together with impalas, zebras, elands, and gazelles occurs all year round, and follows a reasonably foreseeable pattern, since the wildebeests are continually looking for fresh pastures plus water.
With that said, the annual wildebeest migration occurs throughout the year, and this migration can be located any month; all you need to do is know the exact place to search! The question certainly should be the ‘best places to view them through a given period of the year, as well as when seeing them is the most fun.