Cheap Flights to Tanzania

Rich wildlife, lush rain forests, dormant volcanoes, ancient ruins, fascinating cultures, and friendly people—these are the things—that define the African country of Tanzania. Simply put, it is the place to be for those who want to achieve the outdoor vacation of their dreams since it has more land that is dedicated to nature reserves and national parks than any country in the world. For this reason, it is flocked by tourists and travelers across the globe.

Filipinos who want be a part of the trend and satisfy their craving for adventure should not think twice and go ahead and plan their Tanzania getaway the soonest. Those who are looking for tips, pointers, and other essential information came to right place because this travel guide can be helpful to them.

Best time to fly over

The best time to visit the country of Tanzania is during the dry season, which is from late June to October because its wildlife is very vibrant during these months. The months of November and December are also ideal because there are only short rains during these months. Travelers are not encouraged to visit Tanzania from March to May because long rains occur during these months.

Attractions to visit

·         Mt Kilimanjaro

Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in all of Africa; it is in the list of the top freestanding mountains in the world. Visitors can test themselves and try to conquer its rocky trails, muddy slopes, and slippery rubbles. The rewards are simply endless: a magnificent view of the country, illuminating sunrise, and a first-hand experience of the mountain’s alluring ice fields. One word of advice though: Mt Kilimanjaro is not for the faint hearted.

·         Serengeti ecosystem

Located in the country’s northern region, it is one of the most visited geographical regions in Africa with over 350,000 visitors year in and year out and it’s known for its rich wildlife and natural vegetation. Some of the rare animals that can be found there are the Masai Lion, African Leopard, African Bush Elephant, Tanzanian Cheetah, and Eastern Black Rhinoceros. Also, some of Serengeti’s plant species include the Sausage Tree, Strangle Fig, Wild Date Palm, and Yellow Fever Tree.

·         Ruaha National Park       

Ruaha National Park is the biggest national park in Tanzania; in many ways it is similar to the Serengeti ecosystem since it is a place where visitors can get up close and personal with nature, but the difference is it is not crowded and visitors do not have to compete with hordes of other tourists. Some of the famous animals there include lions, elephants, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, and jackals, among others.

Flights from the Philippines

Flights from the Philippines to Tanzania are plenty and for this reasons, going to the said African nation should not be a cause of concern. Passengers can choose from Philippine Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Thai Airways, Emirates Airline, Qatar Airways, Kenya Airways, Precision Air, and other reputable airline companies.

The average travel time from the Philippines to Tanzania is 12 hours and 44 minutes


Filipino citizens who intend to travel to the country of Tanzania for vacation should first obtain tourist visas before flying over. They also need to present a valid passport, round trip tickets, and proof of sufficient funds. On the other hand, those who’ll travel to the country for education or business purposes should obtain the necessary visas for their trip.

For more information, interested parties can visit the Tanzanian Honorary Consulate in Manila at Suite 407, 4th Floor, CLMC Bldg. EDSA cor. Greenhills, Mandaluyong City, Manila, Philippines.

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