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A qualified agent can assist you in making sure that your trip runs smoothly. Conference calls are encouraged between agents, the traveller and an I love Tanzania Safari blog customer service representative.
The Internet has a wealth of information on Africa, but buying directly from the internet can be a blind purchase, as it does not council you on reliability and dependability. Use the internet to gather ideas and your preferences, then take this to your agent or I love Tanzania Safari blog customer service representative.
Moreover should you book your trip via the internet, first contact the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) and the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and inquire about the Tanzania tour operator's intergrity.
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Is It Safe To Travel In Tanzania? by I love Tanzania Safari blog
Is It Safe To Travel In Tanzania by I love Tanzania blog.
The continent of Africa is large continent consisting of fifty-four countries with totally unrelated political systems over 11,700,000 square miles. What happens in one country, even a bordering country does not necessarily affect the other.
Think of it this way – if something happened in Greece, would that affect your travel plans to England or Italy? There are certain inherent risks whenever one travelers, but chances of being involved in an incident are very small. Tanzania is considered to be one of the safest countries to travel to in Africa.
It has enjoyed peace and tranquility since Unification in 1964. With country specific risks out of the question in Tanzania, the only safetly concerns may be emergencies usually brought forth by health issues (on a case by case basis) that rarely occur.
Our emergency air evacuation covered by your travel insurance policy will bring you to safety within hours. We are in constant contact with our offices and continually monitor any situations that might occur.
All of our safari vehicles are equipped with emergency telephones. If you have any questions at anytime regarding your travel plans, do not hesitate to contact us. Your safety and comfort in traveling to Tanzania is our foremost concern.
What Can Be Expected While On Safari?
A warm and friendly welcome by the local people, no humidity, comfortable temperatures, a high degree of comfort, a variety of delicious food and exhausting but exhilarating days.
An average day begins at dawn with tea and a sunrise safari game drive. Back to the lodge for a wonderful breakfast with fresh baked breads, local coffee, and your choice of entrée. During the heat of the day when the wildlife is at rest you too may wish to relax around the pool.
In the afternoon when the wildlife again comes alive go out on an afternoon game drive. In certain areas full day game drives, a bush walk, night safari drive or other activity may be planned.
In the evening, everyone gathers to exchange stories of the bush while enjoying a beverages. Retire early, as tomorrow will bring…well we just don't know but we can assure you it will be exciting!