About Tanzania: Tanzania Safaris
Tanzania National Parks
Tanzania is also home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain on the continent, and Zanzibar, boasting some of the best beaches and coral reefs in Africa. When planning a self-drive trip to Tanzania, we recommend few destinations to be visited for an expeditious holiday which includes Serengeti National Park, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorogoro Craters & Zanzibar islands.
All the top-visited National parks in Tanzania on Self drive or guided Tanzania Safaris are located in the northern provinces of Tanzania and the starting destination for all self-drive Safaris offered by Self Drive Uganda is Arusha.
Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania
As the wildebeest migration moves and the seasons’ change, it’s all about being in the right place at the right time; that’s where Self Drive Uganda step in. Speak to a member of our team and they will make sure you are in a prime position and guide you on planning to self-drive in Tanzania? Good choice! Tanganyika, a historical eastern African state that in 1964 merged with Zanzibar to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, was later renamed the United Republic of Tanzania.
Self Drive in Tanzania.
Since 1961 when Tanzania got its independence and later in 1964 it was joined with Zanzibar to form the Republic of Tanzania, More than a century later, visitors still flock to find this East African country to enjoy wildlife watching and a trek to the rooftop of Africa. After your self-drive in Tanzania, you will realise that taking a self-drive safari is advantageous compared to a guided Tanzania Safari,
Car Rental Fleets for Tanzania.
Self Drive Uganda is a re-known brand for dealing in 4×4 that always come with a popup roof for game watching in the best Tanzanian National Parks. A road trip through Tanzania is a highlight of an African road trip. Besides the endless amount of speed bumps, roads are decent and traffic police corruption is low. It’s the perfect country to self-drive, with a rental car from Self Drive Uganda.
The town of Arusha, the gateway to northern Tanzania, is located at the base of Mount Meru and looks out to Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro. We wouldn’t suggest more than a stopover in Arusha but there is plenty to do here. The area is known for its historic and numerous coffee plantations, and we recommend taking a tour of one of the coffee estates to see the process from bean to cup.