Getting to Tanzania is quite easy as there are many international airlines operating their flights to Tanzania. Here are few of them-
If you are flying from overseas just research which airlines are operating between your country and Tanzania? You can book a connecting flight too if there is no direct flight flying to Tanzania. Most of the flights are operating at Kilimanjaro International Airport, Dar-es-salaam airport or Zanzibar international airport. You can book your flight to any of these international airports to enter the country.
There are various transportation options available to roam around the country like;
Bus- You can choose public transport like bus, however, busses get crowded. So if you are fine with crowds then you can opt for buses as they are cheap.
Taxis- Private Taxis is also available however, make sure the taxis you hire are licensed or you may ask your hotel staff to arrange one for you.
Chatter Flights-to reach one national park to another fast you may choose charter flights operating inside the country. The traveling method is a bit pricy but the most convenient and time-saving option.
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