I may visit Iringa in January. I would like to know whether the weather/humidity is bearable. We fly into dar es salaam and travel by car. Then we have 3 days safari in the Rift Valley. How can these temperatures be managed. Thanks.
Does anyone know if it is practical to make a 1-day return trip from Arusha to the Lake Manyara / Tarangire area? I guess it takes at least 2 hours driving each way, but that still seems to leave late morning and all afternoon to see the wildlife.
I am thinking of late June, so is it better to concentrate on Lake Manyara or Tarangire at this time of year?
If it is a practical option, does it need to be organized a long time in advance or can we organize it the day before, with a reliable operator of course?
What is the best way to travel from Mwanza to Musoma in Tanzania? I have read that there are buses available in the mornings, but if these aren't available, is it there some sort of private transport which I can hire at a reasonable price?
Also, does anyone know a good hotel in Musoma with an email address so that I can contact them to book a room?
I am planning on traveling through Tanzania in early June, specifically on a safari trip and to Zanzibar. I will be coming from Uganda. If anybody is planning a trip around the same time, maybe we can travel together. Any advice/tips/information on which company to go with for the safari, or not go to with a company, and where to stay in Zanzibar, and any other information would be much appreciated!
I will be traveling alone. I am a student, so money is a big factor when deciding places to stay and activities to participate in, though safety comes first. I have traveled extensively but this will be my first trip to Tanzania and Africa in general (though i will have been to Uganda by then).
Thanks in advance!
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