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tanzania TRAVEL GUIDE

THE BEST TIMES TO VISIT TANZANIA

 The dry season from December to February is an ideal time to scale Mount Kilimanjaro

February is calving season with 8000 wildebeest born every day, although sadly only 60% of these will make it past 4 months old

Watch thousand strong herds of wildebeest as they travel north in search of food in the annual Serengeti Wildebeest Migration from April to August

August is prime-time wildlife watching time and the wildebeest migration take on the Mara River crossing into Kenya's Masai Mara

June hosts Tanzania's version of Melbourne Cup is the Dar es Salaam Charity Goat Races, have a punt on a goat or three knowing all proceeds go to charity

July to November offers the chance to see humpback whales in the Zanzibar archipelago

Enjoy a showcase of traditional dancing and drumming at the Makuya Cultural Arts Festival in October

Mafia Island offers the best chance to swim with whale sharks from October to March

 

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