our safaris are normally done in 4×4 safari vehicles. Transfers are through our own private Toyota Land Cruiser or Land Rover.
To begin safaris in Northern Tanzania, most visitors are advised to book with Airlines whose Arrivals & Departures are at KILIMANJARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (JRO) which is 45 minutes drive from Arusha town. See International Airlines such as AIR TANZANIA, KLM Royal Dutch with daily Flights out of Amsterdam into Kilimanjaro and Dar es Salaam, GULF AIR, KENYA AIRWAYS, ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES and Emirates. It is also possible to get flights arriving to Nairobi (Kenya) from where we can make arrangements to pick you up and transfer to Arusha, the starting point of your Tanzania Safari.
Tanzania has three international airports: Das es Salaam International Airport ( which handles most international flights), Kilimanjaro International Airport and Zanzibar International Airport.
Dar es Salaam International Airport
Located 15km southwest of Dar es Salaam and takes approximately 25 minutes to reach by car from city center. Airport facilities include a duty- free shop, car hire, post office, banking and bureau de change, a bar and restaurant.
International airlines: Air India, Air Malawi, Air Mozambique, Air Tanzania, Air Zimbabwe, British Airways, Emirates, Ethiopian Airways, Kenya Airways, KLM, Precision Air, South African Airways and Swiss Air.
Kilimanjaro International Airport
Rise about 40 km from Arusha and take approximately one hour to reach by car. Facilities include curio shop, a post office, bureau de change,a bar and restaurant, shuttle bus services to/fro airport run regularly from both Arusha and Moshi.
International Airlines: Air Kenya, Ethiopian Airways, KLM, Precision Air, Swiss Air, Emirate Airlines and British Airways
Zanzibar International Airport
Located approximately 7 km from the center of Stone Town and takes approximately 15 to reach by car. Facilities include a restaurant, bureau de change and curio shop.
International Airlines: Air Tanzania, Kenya Airways, Precision Air and South African Airways.
From the North: A paved road connect the Kenyan capital, Nairobi and Arusha city (Tanzania main tourist portal) through Namanga border.
A number of shuttle buses, leaving twice daily between the two cities, also follow this route. The trip takes approximately 4 – 6 hours.
From the South, the roads from Malawi enters Tanzania at Karonga before continuing onwards to Mbeya. There are no viable bus services along this route. It is possible to cross the border from Uganda at the Mtukula border post, but transport options are equally limited.
Internal road connect Arusha and Dar es salaam to major towns around the country. Buses services from economy classes to luxuriant classes are available daily from 5.00am to 10.00am in the morning East Africa Time (+3 GMT).