African Safari Most Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I choose Safarified Africa as my tour operator?

Safarified Africa is the locally owned, registered and well-established tour and travel company; conveniently located at the heart of African tourism.  We are not just travel agents we are ground operators committed to handling all of your needs from the time you set foot into our land to the time you leave.

Why chose Tanzania as my African safari Destination?

Tanzania, Famous for being the land of Kilimanjaro, Serengeti  Ngorongoro, and Zanzibar; The country conveniently located on the Eastern Edge of African continent facing the Indian ocean, and has proven to be the center of Africa attractions. With the growing number of travelers coming in for epic African holiday adventures, Tanzania has been rated the Number one Africa holiday destination by Safari Bookings.

What is like to be on an African Safari holiday?

Africa spans between the equator and the two tropics, therefore, there will always be a destination to visit throughout the year.  Though there was the misconception that  African Safaris should be avoided during the rainy season, nowadays travelers know better as rainy seasons provide some of the most dramatic experiences and privacy. All you need to do make the most of the safari experience at any time of the year is to be equipped with the season’s necessary gears for comfortability.  Check with our Safarified Africa travel consultants for specific instruction at the given period of the year.

How can I go on safari on a budget?

Contact us, tell us your budget and we will advise accordingly, For the best African Experience low budget safari may start from $200 per adult per day.

How to get to Tanzania?

You can get to Tanzania by Air transfers through the two International Airports which are Kilimanjaro(JRO) in Northern Circuit and Julius Nyerere in Southern circuit.

For those already in the neighboring country and would like to travel by land, can always take shuttles from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, and Malawi.