Learn more about the pricing for your trip to Africa & start planning!
For many first time travelers, budgeting for an African safari can be overwhelming. Understanding the cost of your trip to Africa and managing all your expectations are some of the key elements of your trip planning. Whether you’re a seasoned explorer or thinking of embarking on your first ever African safari, our Africa specialists are ready to help you answer the call of the wild and plan the African adventure of your dreams.
How much does Tanzania trip cost?
Your total cost will vary depending on seasonality, size of group and specific travel arrangements, but this is a good guideline for an all-inclusive safari (everything except international flights):
Things To Consider:
- High season – June to October and December to January
- Low season – February to May and November
- Seasonality in East Africa revolves around the dry and the rainy seasons. Summer season is generally December to
- December to March is an excellent time to visit Tanzania, a safari in the Serengeti and selous Parks and of course a beach time in Zanzibar
- Even though April through to June is considered the long rainy season, we would still recommend the northern safari circuit of Tanzania and Kenya’s southern The Serengeti and the Masai Mara are still great places to visit during “green season”.
- July to November is peak season due to superb weather, the wildebeest migration, the coast, and ideal accessibility to Tanzania’s southern This is also the best time to combine your safari with idyllic beach destinations like Zanzibar
Depending on your itinerary, your Accomodation cost will make up about 75–85% of your total safari trip cost.
Price based on two (2) people sharing:
- $350 USD per person per day for Camping Safari
- $499 USD per person per day for Standard Safari
- $699 USD per person per day for Classic Safari
- $899 USD per person per day for Luxury Safari
- $1000+ USD per person per day for High-end Luxury Safari