Cheap Flights to Tanzania

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How much do things cost in Tanzania?
One-way ticket (local transport) USD 0.25
Coke bottle USD 0.54
Imported beer at restaurant USD 1.95
1 Pair of men leather shoes USD 47.50
Potato (1kg) USD 0.71
Mid range bottle of wine USD 8.19
Gasoline (1 liter) USD 1.32
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre USD 1 073.75
Monthly Pass (local transport) USD 21.60
1 Summer dress in a chain store USD 32.41
* All price are converted to USD

About Tanzania

Tanzania is officially ranked as the largest nation in the whole of East Africa. It shares a border with Kenya, Burundi, Uganda, Rwanda, Mozambique and Malawi. Archaeologists also believe it’s among the oldest places first inhabited by man. There are pre-human fossils that have been discovered here dating more than 2 million yrs old. These days, cheap flights to Tanzania are available at convenient prices.

This country was inhabited the largest hunter-gatherer population, most of who come from the Khoisan and Cushitic tribes. Some of their traditional remains can be found in the national museum. They include basic digging tools, pots, hunting gear and much more.

There are no visa requirements on those staying for 3 months or less, this rule applies for natives of Romania, Hong Kong, Namibia, Malaysia, Rwanda and a few commonwealth states. A typical visa costs from 50-100$ per person, it can be obtained soon after landing at Dar es Salaam, Mwanza or Kilimanjaro area. Foreigners can enjoy cheap flights to Tanzania by using Kenya Airways. Then connecting to Tanzania by bus since the border of Isbania is not very far from JKIA.

Tanzania is endowed by some of the best national parks, visitors can encounter rare birds, flowers and animals that are unique to this region. Some of the most popular attractions include Serengeti, Manyara, Ngorongoro and Tarangire. Various tour companies offer travel packages to guests at very affordable rates, visitors can choose their preferred service based on available financial resources.

When travelling as a group it’s recommendable to use taxis rather than public transport. Touts tend to charge more for carrying goods, always avoid them for purposes of saving costs. There’s so much to explore for those who are visiting Tanzania for the first time.

In terms of accommodation, this country has both cheap and exclusive lodgings for guests to enjoy. Most hotels in Tanzania are very comfortable. Moving on, there’s plenty of milk and beef served in both the hotels and street restaurants. However, visitors should ensure that food is properly before indulging in any of them. When visiting the countryside, remember to carry enough supplies of bottled water, there might not be enough boiled water for consumption. Local dishes include Mchicha, Mtori and polenta-style Ugali.

Information about travelling to Tanzania

  • Independence of Tanzania
    26 April 1964

    National Holiday : Union Day , 26 April
  • The population of Tanzania
    36 232 074 (32nd)
  • Religions of Tanzania
    mainland - Christian 30%
    Muslim 35%
    indigenous beliefs; Zanzibar - more than 99% Muslim 35%
  • Age structure of Tanzania
    0-14-years 44.6%
    15-24-years 19.5%
    25-54-years 29.5%
    55-64-years 2.9%
    65-years-and-over 2.9%
  • Industries of Tanzania
    agricultural processing ; mining
    soda ash; cement
    oil refining
  • Ethnic groups of Tanzania
    mainland - African 99%
    other; Zanzibar - Arab 1%
    mixed Arab and African