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Uncover the magic of Tanzania

Book flights to Tanzania with Etihad Airways and begin your East African adventure today.

Journey to a paradise populated with stunning mountains, lush nature reserves, and a collection of fascinating wildlife.

Go on a guided safari tour and come face-to-face with elephants, buffalo, rhinos and majestic lions – an up-close experience with nature you’ll never forget.

Explore Zanzibar’s bustling Darajani Market to soak up the sights and sounds of the diverse cultures blending together in this amazing country.

What's the weather like in Tanzania?

What's the weather like in Tanzania?

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Tanzania has year-round warm temperatures, with average daytime highs reaching mid-30°C during the warmer months of December, through to April.

The rainy season falls from March to May and brings afternoon showers. June to September boasts cooler weather, perfect for spotting the country’s stunning wildlife.

Flying to Tanzania

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Zanzibar (ZNZ)

Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ) is a popular airport to fly to in Tanzania. It’s only three miles (five kilometres) from beautiful Zanzibar City.

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incredible views of africa’s highest peak

Kilimanjaro (KIA)

Many Tanzania flights land at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). Arrive during the day for incredible views of Africa’s highest peak across the horizon.

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Dar es Salaam (DAR)

Tanzania flights arriving at Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) are the best option for guests looking to explore the urban wonders of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s largest city.

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Reasons to visit Tanzania

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Serengeti National Park

As soon as you’ve bought your Tanzania plane tickets, you’ll be able to start planning an unforgettable journey across one of Africa’s most famous experiences – a safari adventure through the Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti’s vast plains are brimming with natural beauty and species of wildlife, including giraffes, wildebeest and lions.

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Visit Stone Town

After your flight to Tanzania, head to Zanzibar and lose yourself in the exotic atmosphere of Stone Town market. This historic quarter is packed with stalls selling everything from delicious street food, to mobile phones. Every narrow alley leads to something new – a palace, stone mansions, or another row of dazzling stalls selling local produce.

Things to know before you fly to Tanzania

bus Getting around

Taxis are one of the most common ways for people to get around Tanzania. Dalla-dallas (minibuses) are also popular and available throughout the city.

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The official languages of Tanzania are Swahili and English. You’ll also hear Bantu and over 100 local languages.

currency Currency

The Tanzanian shilling (TZS) is the national currency, but US dollars (USD) printed after 2009 are also widely accepted.

socket Plugs

Tanzania uses types D and G. Type D has three round pins in a triangle pattern, while G has two flat pins and a third grounding pin.

Flying to Tanzania: FAQs

What clothes should I pack for Tanzania?

For safaris, you’ll need shorts, sunglasses, and a hat. Bring lightweight, long-sleeved shirts to protect you from insects, and fleeces to wear at night. It’s hot, so be sure to dress comfortably and conservatively when touring the cities. Swimwear is only allowed in hotels or on beaches.

What is Tanzania famous for?

Tanzania is well-known for its nature reserves and safaris. Among many other nature-rich spots, it’s home to both the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area, where you can see local, protected wildlife, mountains and plants.

Why we love Tanzania

“If you're a wildlife lover, Tanzania should be your next holiday destination. The memories of seeing elephants and lions up close on safari are something you'll never forget!”

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