Book cheap flights to Tanzania 2019 / 2020

Cheapest price to Tanzania

(from London Heathrow)

fr £ 360.82

Average Airfares For Flights To Tanzania In October, November And December 2019

Travelling To October 2019
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November 2019
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December 2019
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Bukoba £838 to £1539 £761 to £1539 £849 to £1626  
Dar es Salaam £361 to £1752 £345 to £1033 £594 to £1897  
Kilimanjaro £433 to £1666 £355 to £1074 £567 to £1408  
Zanzibar £417 to £1956 £385 to £1723 £671 to £1798  

Airlines flying to Tanzania

Currently, there are no direct flights are being operated from UK to any airport in Tanzania. Whereas, there are many budget-friendly airlines connecting mainstream flights from the United Kingdom to the busiest airports in Tanzania mainly Kilimanjaro International Airport, Abeid Amani Karume International Airport and Julius Nyerere International Airport. Moreover, flights in the interior city airports are less frequently operated.

Few of the Airlines which regularly operates flights to Tanzania from the United Kingdom

  • Kenya Airways
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Emirates via Dubai
  • Etihad Airways
  • Qatar Airways doha
  • South African Airways a
  • KLM

How long is the flight to Tanzania from uk?

  • London Heathrow to Tanzania via Nairobi with Kenya Airways(LHR-NBO-JRO): 12 hours and 10 minutes
  • Flights from Heathrow to Tanzania (Abeid Amani Karume International Airport with Turkish Airlines via Istanbul: 13 hours and 50 minutes
  • Emirates flights to Tanzania via Dubai flying from London heathrow(LHR-DXB-DAR): 14 hours and 35 minutes
  • Flights to Tanzania flying through kenya from Manchester with Kenya Airways : 11 hours and 50 minutes
  • Manchester Airport to Tanzania (Dar es Salam) with Etihad Airways via Abu Dhabi: 14 hours and 15 minutes
  • Flights from Birmingham to Tanzania (Kilimanjaro) with KLM via Amsterdam:13 hours 40 minutes
  • Flights to Tanzania (JRO) from Glasgow with KLM via Amsterdam :13 hours 55 minutes

Are There Any Cheap Flight Deals To Tanzania From UK In Christmas 2019?

Yes, Travelhouseuk caters to all the vacationers who want to make the best use of Christmas and New Year holidays in 2019-2020. Whether you are visiting your families in Tanzania or heading out for business or leisure trip, we have crafted varied packages to suit everyone’s need.

We announce our monthly flight deals to Africa through social media platforms. Join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to be informed about all the latest packages. For more assistance, contact your travel expert and customize your itinerary plan now. If you want to secure the cheap deals for Tanzania, please make sure to book your seats before the discounted fare expires.

How can I book last-minute cheap flights to Tanzania in Christmas 2019?

Holding to book last minutes flights to Tanzania could be a gamble. Expats who are visiting their families prefer to pre-book their flights a few months before the beginning of the festive season. On the contrary, December is not a very good time to enjoy Safari trips in Tanzania due to rainy weather conditions. Ultimately, there is lesser number of tourists during the season. Depending upon the flight availability, your travel consultant might find a cheap last-minute flight to Tanzania.

Which Airlines Operate Direct Flights To Tanzania?

No airline is at present operating non-stop flights to Tanzania. Major UK destinations are linked with international airports in Tanzania with connecting flights only.

Which Is The Cheapest Airline For Flights To Tanzania?

Flying with Turkish Airlines is always a quality experience even when it does not cost as much as the other airlines. Turkish Airlines offers some of the cheapest fares for flights to Tanzania from major UK airports.

Major international airports in Tanzania

Julius Nyerere International Airport is the major international airport in Dar-es-Salam Tanzania, which is also the largest city in Tanzania. Aircrafts movement in the airport serves nearly 2.5 million passengers in a year from all across the Africa, Europe and Middle East. Owned by Tanzania Government, the airport serves as a hub for Air Tanzania. Those, who are making their way to Africa’s wildlife heritage, take their flights to privately owned Kilimanjaro International Airport. An average of 0.78M passengers is being served every year. Home to many wildlife and safari tours, Abeid Amani Karume International Airport is the main airport in the Zanzibar Archipelago that serves around 0.93M passengers per year.

what is the best time to visit Tanzania?

Peak Season

Most visitors flock to Tanzania between January and February, clear day skies and chilly nights, makes it a peak tourist's season. Although best time to go depends mostly on which part of Tanzania you are more likely to visit, broadly speaking any time between July and October or between December and March is appropriate for the visitors. This is considered to be the best-suited time to visit the famous parks in the South and Western parks, specifically Selous and Ruaha are worth a visit for Safari lovers.

Off Peak Season:

Tanzania undergoes two rainy seasons; one runs from late-October to late-December and chief monsoon season lasts from March to May. Wet season is a slight challenge for first time travelers. If you are looking for a short holiday trip, northern Tanzania still welcomes you for sightseeing with budget friendly lodges catering to all the travel needs of travelers. Unlike northern highlights, safari parks in the south are more seasonal due to its topography. So, you need to be more careful while booking a trip to Tanzania.

what are the major tourist’s highlights in Tanzania?

In the southern region of Tanzania, travelers should consider weather before your gateway to exhilarating safari tours and exotic wildlife heritage. Most notable parks are Selous Safaris, Ruaha National Park, Mikumi National Park meant for game viewing and safari tours. Whether you are on family, solo, walking safari, this park has got you covered for all your travel plans. Many newly married couples head their way for the honeymoon trips in Tanzania. Horse riding, bird watching, snorkeling are also some of the sought-after activities for tourists.

Northern Tanzania welcomes the tourists at any time of the years due to its plain topography. It offers some varied safari parks and game reserves including the world-renowned and iconic Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara National Park.

Make these touristy points in your bucket list today if you are fancy about wildlife and safari and be amazed with the amazing spectacles of your life.

How to get around in Tanzania?

There are no motorways or expressways; the main trunk roads serve as intercity connections which are being served by public road transport services known as Dalla Dallas. These are shared minibus taxis with open hatches to cater for the masses. Proper bus companies also operate from the borders and cities. Private transport can be hailed in the form of rental cars and taxis. Safari parks and mountain trails including the one following Mount Kilimanjaro are attended by 4WD SUV services. The rail network is mostly focused towards the central mainland, including the capital city. It connects Dar es Salaam from central Tanzania, but it is hailed to be slow and cumbersome. The only urban city with a commuter rail network of its own for general commute between urban and suburban areas is Dar es Salaam. Boat and ferry services are dedicated towards the cities along Lake Victoria, as well as Dar es Salaam port for accessing Zanzibar Island.

what are the visa requirements for uk and non- eu citizens?

Whether you are travelling for tourism or business purposes, all British Passport holders and non-EU passport holders are required to get entry visa from Tanzanian High Commission with minimum validation of 6 months. Provided all the necessary travel documents, Single entry visas can also be obtained on arrival at the major international airports but that will cost you quite high so it’s recommended to apply visa at least with the margin of 4 business days.

what are the hotel and accommodation options in Tanzania?

Finding lodging in Tanzania is as interesting as the country itself! Whether you opt for luxury lodges to enjoy your stay with splurges or to dwell in some campsite parks in vast lands, you'd truly feel the spice of life when staying on this land of flavor. Where islands have resorts and huts, parks intrigue you with traditionally-styled living. On this safari land you can experience living in African bushes-wildlife lodges, youth hostels, guest houses and in all-inclusive hotels. Towards the urban side try lodging in guest houses, for they are marginally comfortable and cost much less then deluxe range hotels. In Dar es Salam major hotels are located in Central city. Most of the hotels are more likely to cater tour groups at discounted rates in Zanzibar.

To enjoy ultimate luxury lodging, among many few options are:

  • Paradise City Hotel
  • Kempinski Kilimanjaro Hotel
  • Move n pick Royal Palm Hotel
Which Are The Most Popular Tourist Attractions In Tanzania?
  • Serengeti National Park
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Lake Victoria
  • Pemba Island
  • Lake Tanganyika
  • Ol Doinyo Lengai Mountain
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Selous Game Reserve
  • House of Wonders
  • Hamamni Persian Baths
what’s the general idea of pricing in tanzania?
  • A simple lunch menu in a popular restaurant costs about 12,451 TZS
  • One large bottle of coca-cola drink: 3570 TZS
  • A pair of jeans from Levis or similar store: 66,500 TZS
  • A taxi trip on a working day: 26,000 TZS per 5 miles
  • One box of antibiotics medicines: 25,915 TZS

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