Country information Tanzania/Zanzibar

Hiking, Trekking & Safari in Tanzania.

Dream of East Africa? We make it come true – for example double the happiness on the Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru or Mount Kenya, Safari in the Serengeti and pure relaxation in Zanzibar!
Whether you’re a mountaineer or a tracker, we’ll combine the Africa trip you’ve always dreamed of. Would you like to climb
Kilimanjaro and your partner would rather go on safari? At the same time unforgettable experiences with relaxation together in Zanzibar!
We offer you perfectly organized, freely selectable and combinable modular programs for your desired dates. Either
exclusively alone or as a couple, in a private group, or we will publish your desired date so that you can experience the
happiness of the summit and the safari adventure with like-minded people. Your advantage: the respective travel price decreases as the number of participants increases.
Some data about the country Tanzania:
Size: 945,087 square kilometers.
Climate: Along the coast and in the off shore islands of Tanzania, the average temperature ranges between 27°C and 29°C,
while in the central, northern and western parts temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C. Temperatures are higher between December and March, and coolest between June and July.
Capital: Dodoma, approx. 2.6 million inhabitants (2022)
Population: approx. 65,4 million (2022)
National language: Official language is Swahili; English
Religion: Christianity is the most widely professed religion in Tanzania, with a substantial Muslim minority.
Some data about the island of Zanzibar
Size:1,554 square kilometers.
Climate: Typically insular, tropical, and humid, with an average annual rainfall of 60 to 80 inches (1,500 to 2,000 mm). Rainfall is reliable and well-distributed in comparison with most of eastern Africa. Northeast trade winds blow from December to March and southeast trade winds from May to October. The “long rains” occur between March and May and the “short rains” between October and December.
Capital: Zanzibar city, approx. 819,000 inhabitants (2023)
Population: approx. 1,889 million (2022)
National language: Official language is Swahili; Arabic; English
Religion: Zanzibar’s population is almost entirely Muslim, with a small Christian minority of around 22 000. Other religious groups include Hindus, Jains and Sikhs
In Tanzania and Zanzibar we offer you the widest variety of trips and safaris with different focuses. But of course we also put together a trip to Tanzania and Zanzibar according to your individual wishes. Be inspired by our trips.
If you then have an idea of what you would like to see in Tanzania and Zanzibar, simply give us a call or send us an email
and let us know your travel wishes. We will work out an individual trip through Tanzania and Zanzibar for you free of charge and without obligation according to your specifications.