Tanzania Luxury Safari Tours

In the heart of East Africa, where the golden sun kisses the land with warmth and light, lies Tanzania—a realm of untamed beauty and boundless adventure. Here, amidst the vast savannahs and rolling plains, some of the world’s most sought-after safari parks await, beckoning travelers to embark on a journey into the wild unknown. From the majestic Serengeti, where the Great Migration paints the landscape with a symphony of movement and color, to the rugged outcrops and towering peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro,

Tour Sokoni’s luxury journeys will make you experience Tanzania’s diverse and breathtaking landscapes like you have not experienced before. And when the call of the wild subsides, Tanzania’s shores will unfold like a dream, with pristine beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters that sparkle like diamonds in the sun. From the whispering palms of Zanzibar to the secluded coves of the Spice Islands, Tanzania’s beaches offer solace and serenity, inviting travelers to lose themselves in the rhythm of the waves and the warmth of the tropical sun. In Tanzania, every step is a story waiting to be told, every sight a masterpiece painted by nature’s hand—a land where adventure awaits around every corner and the beauty of the world unfolds at your feet.

Tour Sokoni offers more than just a glimpse of Africa’s iconic wildlife; it provides an immersive journey into the vibrant cultures and traditions that define Tanzania’s soul. Our expert guides will lead you to remote villages and bustling markets, where you’ll meet Maasai warriors adorned in vibrant beads, Swahili fishermen casting their nets into the turquoise waters, and Hadza hunter-gatherers sharing stories around the campfire.

To the core of Tour Sokoni’s work, a portion of the proceeds from our tours goes directly back to local communities, supporting initiatives that preserving cultural heritage, empowering women and the youth, and promoting environmental conservation.


December - March, June - October


GMT +3


Arusha (JRO); Dar es Salaam (DAR)

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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I plan my trip to Tanzania?

The best times to visit Tanzania are from December through March and from June through October when the climate is mild, mostly dry, and the game viewing is at its finest. February, in particular, marks the calving season for mammals such as wildebeest, offering a front-row seat to the newborns’ first steps and interactions. During the main rainy season from April to May and the shorter wet season in November, there are fewer crowds, and the abundant vegetation attracts grazing species.

Tour Sokoni experts recommend visiting during the dry season, which runs from June to October, for the best experience. During this time, animals are easier to find and see as they concentrate around waterholes and rivers, with less vegetation for them to hide in. Additionally, there are fewer mosquitoes due to minimal rainfall, clear skies, and sunny days.

What is the Great Migration and when does it happen?

The Great Migration is the largest animal migration in the world. It is a phenomenon where millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other animals migrate between Kenya and Tanzania, in what is one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet. In Tanzania, it happens between December and March along the Serengeti.

Will I see the 'Big Five' of Africa?

“Big Five” refers to the five African animals on the must-see list of every safari adventure throughout Eastern and Southern Africa. In Tanzania they are renowned for creating world-class safari experiences, particularly in iconic national parks and reserves like the Serengeti, Mountain Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Ruaha.

Which places should I visit in Tanzania?

Tanzania—a realm of untamed beauty and boundless adventure holds the Serengeti’s golden grasslands and the greatest animal spectacle on earth—The Great Migration. You will see the Ngorongoro Crater and the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. Off the coast, Zanzibar beckons with its turquoise waters and historic Stone Town. Encounter tree-climbing lions in Tarangire and flocks of flamingos in Lake Manyara. In the remote Selous Game Reserve, you will embark on boat safaris and walking expeditions.

Is there a visa requirement to visit Tanzania?

Most international travellers will need a visa to travel to Tanzania. Your visa can be requested online through the official the Tanzanian government portal.

What should I pack on my trip to Tanzania?

Pack lightweight, neutral-coloured clothing to blend in with the environment and breathable clothing suitable for warm weather as temperatures fluctuate quite often. Comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots are essential, especially for safari excursions and outdoor activities while flip-flops or sandals are suitable for beach outings or casual wear.

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