Best Tanzania Tour Packages for Family

Tanzania Family Tours Packages

Duration Price
Best of Kenya with Maasai Mara & Serengeti National Park11 days & 9 nights
INR 3,25,000

Tanzania Tour Packages for Family - Browse through a wide range of Family Packages for Tanzania with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Tanzania family tour packages with exciting deals & offers. 

Embark on a memorable family adventure with Thrillophilia's fascinating Tanzania Family Tours, meticulously crafted to cater to the diverse needs of every traveler. Our carefully curated itineraries provide exceptional travel experiences for you and your loved ones amidst the stunning landscapes of Tanzania.

Thrillophilia ensures a seamless journey from the beginning to the conclusion of your family trip to Tanzania. With a commitment to providing outstanding services, our Tanzania Packages for Family offer a perfect blend of exploration and relaxation.

With Thrillophilia, explore the wonders of Serengeti National Park, witness the breathtaking beauty of Ngorongoro Crater, and relax on the pristine beaches of Zanzibar. Our packages include trips to all the must-visit iconic destinations and feature a range of activities suitable for all ages, making it an ideal choice for families. Visit Mount Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park, and take a family ride on a Hot Air balloon for perfect views. 

Thrillophilia goes beyond the ordinary by offering convenient options, including hassle-free transfers, comfortable accommodations, and expert guides who bring Tanzania's rich history and culture to life. With a focus on providing a holistic experience, our Tanzania Family Tour Packages ensure that you and your family create lasting memories in this stunning East African destination.

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Visa Requirements

Indian citizens traveling to Tanzania need a visa, which can be conveniently obtained through the e-Visa system. This online process covers tourism, leisure, conferences, family visits, and health treatment. To apply, fill out an online form, pay Tanzanian Shilling or Indian Rupees, and provide two recent passport-size photos, a flight itinerary, a valid passport for six months, and a signed application form. The tourist visa fee is $100 (8,319.14 INR) for multiple entries over one year, allowing 90 days at a time.

Use the official government website or authorized platforms to ensure a smooth application. The e-Visa is typically processed in 5 to 6 business days, however, applying at least a week before your planned arrival is advisable, considering potential delays during peak tourist seasons. By following these steps, Indian citizens can secure their travel documents efficiently for a hassle-free visit to Tanzania.

Best Time to Visit Tanzania:

Tanzania is a year-round destination for family trips, however, the ideal time to plan a family trip depends on individual interests and preferences. Here are the best times to visit Tanzania with the places to visit during each season.

1) Peak Season (June to October): Choose the dry season from June to October, for an optimal family trip to Tanzania. This period ensures an excellent wildlife tour, ideal for safaris. The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater shine during this time, offering abundant wildlife sightings.

2) Shoulder Season (November to March): From November to March, the quieter shoulder season is a haven for birdwatching enthusiasts. Despite occasional showers, this period welcomes migratory birds in large numbers. Explore the southern and western circuit parks, including Tarangire, Nyerere, and Ruaha, enjoying a serene atmosphere with fewer crowds. Witness the remarkable wildebeest migration in the Serengeti during the cold months of January to February.

3) Waning Season (April to May): Experience Tanzania's waning season from April to May, offering a unique adventure for families. Despite the long rainy season, it showcases picturesque landscapes with the best lighting for photography. Venture to the northeastern Usambara Mountains for hiking and birding. Mikumi National Park offers good game viewing in a less crowded environment. The waning season is ideal for nature enthusiasts and photographers to explore Tanzania's diverse landscapes and wildlife in a peaceful setting.

How to Reach:

By Air: Direct flights are available from India to Tanzania, with the most popular route being from Mumbai to Dar es Salaam. Thrillophilia's Tanzania Tour Packages are thoughtfully crafted to fit your flight timings and include smooth airport transfers to your destinations.

Direct Flights:

To: Tanzania

From: Mumbai

Major Airports/Cities: The major airports/cities for the direct flights include Mumbai in India and Dar es Salaam in Tanzania.

Places To Visit On the Tanzania Family Tour

1. Mount Kilimanjaro: Discover the wonders of Africa's highest peak. Mount Kilimanjaro stands tall as the highest mountain in Africa and the world's highest single free-standing mountain above sea level. Soaring 5,895 meters above sea level and towering approximately 4,900 meters above its plateau base, this iconic destination is a must-visit for families seeking awe-inspiring natural wonders. While summiting is for the adventurous, families can indulge in hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing in the surrounding areas.

2. Serengeti National Park: Experience the amazing wildebeest migration and encounter animals like lions, elephants, and giraffes at Serengeti National Park. This park is a fantastic choice for families who love nature. It's home to two million wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes. Serengeti National Park is vast and full of wild animals, including Africa's Big Five. Thrillophilia's Tanzania family tours are a top pick for safari enthusiasts and families, ensuring an exciting adventure in the heart of the wild.

3. Lake Manyara National Park: Explore Lake Manyara National Park for an enriching wildlife experience with your family. Witness tree-climbing lions, flocks of flamingos, and diverse habitats like soda lakes and woodlands. Enjoy game drives, birdwatching, and hiking in this Tanzanian gem, renowned for its unique wildlife and stunning landscapes, including dense woodlands and steep mountainsides.

4. Peace Memorial Museum: The Peace Memorial Museum, also called Beit el Amani, stands in Stone Town. This museum narrates Tanzania's history, focusing on the impact of the slave trade. Families can delve into the country's culture through evocative exhibits and compelling stories. Exhibiting Zanzibar's history and cultural artifacts, the museum's whitewashed structure with arabesque windows and a central dome offers a tantalizing glimpse into the past.

5. Ngorongoro Crater: Explore the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Tanzania. Families can enjoy game drives and hikes in the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest volcanic caldera. With over 30,000 animals, including lions, elephants, and rhinos, it's a diverse ecosystem where human communities coexist with magnificent wildlife

6. Ol Doinyo Lengai: Discover the awe-inspiring Ol Doinyo Lengai, a stunning volcanic crater in Tanzania. Families can enjoy its unique geological formations and breathtaking views, making it a memorable adventure. Revered as the "Mountain of God" by the Maasai tribe, it holds cultural significance, with locals climbing for prayer and offerings to God. The volcano is a popular destination for hikers and offers the opportunity to witness the sunrise from its summit.

7. Lake Tanganyika: Explore the beauty of Lake Tanganyika on a family trip! With crystal-clear waters and diverse wildlife, it's perfect for boat safaris, swimming, and exploration. Africa's second-oldest freshwater lake, second-largest by volume, and the world's longest lake offers a scenic adventure for families in Tanzania. The clear waters and varied marine life make it an ideal spot for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

8. Zanzibar Fort: A historical gem in Stone Town, Zanzibar Fort showcases the island's vibrant past and architecture. Built in the 17th century by the Omani Arabs, it is the oldest building in Stone Town. The fort provides insights into Zanzibar's rich history and serves as a cultural center, hosting various events and exhibitions. Families can explore the fort, visit nearby spice farms, and delve into the fascinating history of this enchanting island.

Things To Do in Tanzania Family Trip

1. Climb Mount Kilimanjaro: Embark on a family adventure in Tanzania by conquering Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak. While the trek is challenging, it's a fulfilling experience for older kids and teens, offering a sense of accomplishment and breathtaking views throughout the journey.

2. Safari in the Serengeti National Park: The Serengeti promises an unforgettable family safari, with the chance to spot the Big Five. Thrillophilia's Tanzania family tours offer family-friendly itineraries, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors of all ages creating lasting memories in Tanzania's wildlife haven.

3. Scuba Dive in Zanzibar: Dive into Zanzibar's clear waters for a fantastic, family-friendly scuba and snorkeling adventure. With expert guides and operators, Thrillophilia ensures families, ensuring a safe and exciting underwater experience for children and adults, exploring vibrant marine life together.

4. Get a Glimpse of the Great Migration: Experience the awe-inspiring Great Migration in the Serengeti, captivating both children and adults. The sight of thousands of animals on the move creates lasting family memories, offering a breathtaking spectacle of nature in Tanzania.

5. Visit the Ngorongoro Crater: The Ngorongoro Crater provides a unique and beautiful family destination, showcasing diverse wildlife in a stunning natural setting. Thrillophilia's guided Tanzania tours offer educational and entertaining experiences for visitors of all ages, making it a memorable stop in Tanzania.

6. Go on a Hot Air Balloon Ride: Elevate your family trip with a thrilling hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti. Enjoy a bird's-eye view of the landscape and wildlife, creating a highlight for children and adults alike in the vast and breathtaking Tanzanian wilderness.

7. Explore Stone Town: Dive into the cultural and historical adventure of Stone Town in Zanzibar with your family. Navigate narrow streets, markets, and UNESCO World Heritage sites, providing rich and educational experiences for children and adults, making your Tanzania trip truly exceptional.

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Tanzania Family Tours FAQs

Are 2 days enough for a Tanzania family tour?

A 2-day Tanzania family tour can be a great experience. Still, planning the itinerary well is essential to ensure you can visit the most important attractions and make the most of your time in the country. Thrillophilia's Tanzania family packages provide a well-planned itinerary that includes visiting all the must-visit destinations. Explore iconic national parks, such as Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and engage in cultural experiences, such as visiting local villages and learning about traditional dance forms.

How much does the Tanzania family trip cost?

The cost varies based on duration, accommodation, activities, and transportation. On average, a 7-day trip for a family of four can be around ₹5,00,000, covering flights, accommodation, food, and sightseeing. Exploring diverse destinations like Mikumi National Park, Tarangire National Park, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and Zanzibar. From thrilling wildlife safaris to relaxing beach moments, this trip offers a well-rounded experience. Consider booking Thrillophilia's Tanzania family tours for the mesmerizing trip, including grand accommodations and exclusive services.

Do I need a visa for Tanzania?

Yes, Indian citizens need a visa to enter Tanzania. Indians can obtain eVisa and apply online on the official government portal. The tourist visa fee is $100 (8,319.14 INR) for multiple entries over one year, allowing 90 days at a time.

What documents must I carry for a Tanzania family trip?

Essential documents include a valid passport, Tanzania visa, proof of accommodation, travel insurance, and any required medical documentation, including vaccination records. Ensure all necessary papers are in order before your family trip to Tanzania.

What is Tanzania best known for?

Tanzania is best known for its diverse wildlife, national parks, and unique cultural experiences. The country is home to the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo) and over 1,000 species of birds, making it a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Tanzania's national parks, like Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, provide unparalleled game-viewing opportunities. Additionally, cultural experiences, such as visiting local villages and learning about traditional dance forms, contribute to a well-rounded travel experience.

What are the best national parks to visit in Tanzania?

1) Tarangire National Park: Explore Tarangire National Park, celebrated for its vast elephant herds and iconic baobab trees. A haven for wildlife enthusiasts, it delivers diverse game-viewing experiences. Spanning around 2,850 square kilometers, the park features vast herds of elephants, iconic baobab trees, and a diverse array of bird species. The park's unique landscape and abundant wildlife make it a must-visit on a Tanzanian safari.

2) Gombe Stream National Park: Gombe Stream National Park is renowned for its chimpanzee population and lush vegetation. Witness these primates in their natural habitat and enjoy additional activities like snorkeling, diving, and fishing along Lake Tanganyika. A versatile destination, perfect for nature lovers seeking a variety of experiences.

3) Serengeti National Park: Serengeti National Park is one of Africa's wildlife icons, famed for the Great Migration and diverse ecosystems. Serengeti park offers unparalleled game-viewing, including dramatic river crossings during the migration. The park is top choice for an immersive safari for families included in Thrillophilia’s Tanzania family packages. With vast plains and abundant wildlife, this park defines its captivating experience for everyone

4) Nyerere National Park: Formerly Selous Game Reserve, Nyerere National Park is a hidden gem for a remote and wild safari. As Africa's largest protected wildlife area, it boasts diverse landscapes and significant populations of elephants, hippos, and wild dogs. Nyerere National Park's varied activities make it an ideal destination for thrilling exploration for families.

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