Tanzania - March 2023

Arriving: Saturday night, March 18th @ 8:50 pm

Departure: Saturday night, March 25th (Austin on Sunday afternoon)

Saturday night: Airbnb in Arusha - $80

3 days / 2 nights in Serengeti / ngorogoro



Tuesday night - fly to Dar es Salaam


Wednesday - Dar es Salaam

Thursday - Zazibar

Friday - Zazibar

Saturday - Dar es Salaam


Took us 2 days to get here on flight

Left Friday morning and arrived Saturday night via Europe

It’s just as far as India

Spent 20 hrs in the air total


Sept - March is peak season

March is beginning of slow season

It gets wet now

Jan & Feb is breeding time so we’ll see a lot of calves

Also will see great migration all year round

Right now they will be in middle of the Serengeti



Tanzania Specalist



  • Varicella (Chicken Pox)
  • Current tetanus shot
  • An annual influenza shot
  • MMR (mumps, measles)
  • Covid


  • *Typhoid (lasts 3 years)
  • *Hep A (get vaccination record certificate)
  • *Yellow Fever (get a certificate)
  • Rabies


  • *Malaria tablets
    • If your doctor prescribed antimalarial medicine for your trip, keep taking the rest of your pills after you return home. If you stop taking your medicine too soon, you could still get sick.
    • Malaria is always a serious disease and may be a deadly illness. If you become ill with a fever either while traveling in a malaria-risk area or after you return home (for up to 1 year), you should seek immediate medical attention and should tell the doctor about your travel history.