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Hotels in Tanzania

Hotels in Tanzania

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Tanzania has something to offer every discerning traveller

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Tanzania Key Facts

Good to know before you book or fly

Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are Swahili and English.

Fun Facts

Queen star Freddie Mercury was born in Zanzibar.

Currency

Tanzanian Shilling

Local Time

3 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

With lovely warm weather throughout the year, Tanzania is always a great destination. Each area of the country varies in terms of landscapes too, so there’s always something new to experience whenever and wherever you go. To see the country during the dramatic rainy season, visit around April and May. For peak safari weather, book between June and October.
You’ll find hotels in a variety of locations, such as Dar es Salaam and the nearby island of Unguja, while the south-eastern part of Ruaha National Park offers fine accommodation options. Ilemi, in south-west Tanzania also features a wide range of places to stay, as does the area between Tarangire National Park and Maswa Game Reserve.Prices of hotels in Tanzania vary, of course, but there are plenty that are really quite affordable. If money is no object, take your pick from one of many five-star choices. Three fine examples are Meliá Zanzibar on Unguja island, Hotel Hyatt Regency in Dar es Salaam and One Nature Hotel Nyaruswiga Serengeti in Seronera.Many hotels in Tanzania are ideal for families. As well as the chance to enjoy the lovely beaches of Unguja, Mafia Island or Pangani, there’s plenty of opportunity to observe wildlife. The Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire are just three locations that make it easy to safely watch creatures such as buffalos, wildebeest, rhinos and leopards in their native habitat.A Tanzanian safari will make a holiday to remember for couples. A visit to Ruaha National Park, for instance, presents the opportunity to spy on a wide range of wild animals. These include antelopes, giraffes, hippos, zebras, feral dogs, cheetahs and lions.Adults looking to partake in some nightlife fun should consider hotels in Dar es Salaam. This is where you’ll find a good selection of popular and well-reviewed hostelries, such as Governer’s Sports Bar, Buckets and O’Donovan’s Reggae Bar.

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