D-Guide Travels


A country that deserves a number of visits to even begin to appreciate it. Some say Tanzania is one of the last great places left on earth. The spectacle of the migration in the Serengeti and enigmatic places such as Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater are complimented by the vast wildlife packed wilderness areas of the south and the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
The famous Great Migration happens between July and September, and it is up to date the biggest wildlife migration in the world hence attracting a huge number of travellers from all around the world as they witness huger herds of wildebeest and zebras crossing the Mara River in full panic mode as they escape falling prey to crocodiles and other predators in the river. The best time to visit Tanzania is majorly dependent on the activities you are interested in. For travellers who love wildlife, game drives and safaris are done all year round.
Tanzania’s varied cultures define the country, with tribal influences playing a vital role in its essential flavor. There is nothing quite like joining in song and dance with the red-cloaked Maasai.