Kalala Tours

Pioneer of Tanzania Safari Since 2000

Kalala tours & safaris is a legally registed Tour Operator. it’s your guide to pristine Tanzania nature. We provide exclusive, customized climbing tours to Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru and Volcanic Mountain Oldonyo Lengai. We also organize fascinating safari tours in Serengeti, Tarangire, Arusha,  Lake Manyara National Parks and Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The most experienced mountain and safari guides, professional service and individual approach will make your Tanzanian experience with us unforgettable!

Why Choose us?

Unique African Experience

Are you Looking for a unique African experience? Then booking your African trip with kalala tours will make your dream a reality

Value for Money

According to both popular belief and scientific research, there is no better way to spend your money than on travel.

Places of wonder

The goal of Kalala Tours is to guide you with an exceptional experience by guiding you to the most wonderful destinations in Tanzania, East Africa.

Experienced Safari Guides

Our Safari guide has more than 20 years of experience in Tanzania travel industry, They are expert/ professional with excellent knowledge of all destinations.

Experienced Staff

Planning your trip need a good experience and knowledge about Tanzania. Our staffs Can help to plan your life dream trip/safari to the most organic destinations

Comfortable Vehicles

KALALA TOURS uses comfortable, well customized and maintained 4 x4 land cruisers with Wi-Fi on board.

What to expect?


Explore the Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It has three volcanic cones: Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. Highest in Africa, second highest in the world and highest free standing mountain in the world. This makes it a unique destinations


Witness the Great Migration

Each year, more than one million wildebeest travel in a circular migration, following seasonal rains, across the Serengeti Plains. Their grazing and trampling of grass allows new grasses to grow, while their waste helps fertilize the soil.


When and where to go?

There is a chance of rain, the temperature is getting higher and the humidity is building. It’s still a good time to go as rates are lower and safari is excellent. At this time of year the migration herds are in the southeast of the Serengeti for calving season, so the Ndutu Plains are busy but it is amazing to see so many animals in one place.
In february, Migration is still occurring in Ndutu. The weather is hot and humid with a chance of rain. It is a good time for wildebeest calving
Migrating herds are starting to leave Ndutu, heading west toward Grumeti. This is truly low season, before the heavy rains but with humidity building. Great rates can be taken advantage of at this time of year.
This is a period of heavy rain, Can be the best time to go especially for adventure lovers.

Same as April, if you are adventure traveller,  this month can be enjoyabe especially if you like lest crowded experience on your African safari

This is the green season, bringing lush grasses and bush that can make spotting game more difficult. However, this is still a wonderful time to travel — particularly for bird watchers as parks are full of migratory birds; especially in the south. Migration should be in the Grumeti area of the Serengeti heading north.

This is the start of the peak season. The Migration is in the north of the Serengeti moving toward Kenya, and elephant start to gather in Tarangire. The land is getting drier and spotting game is becoming easier. Temperatures are in the 80°Fs and the humidity is low.
Peak season. Migration is still in the north. As the land becomes more parched, the animals’ behavior becomes more predictable. The dense bush in Ruaha is drying out so game spotting here becomes much easier.
Peak season. The end of the migration is still in the north, with herds on both sides of the Kenya and Tanzania borders and high numbers of elephant in Tarangire. The northern circuit can be very busy, but it is less busy in the south, so for those who want to avoid crowds it’s best to visit the southern parks.

Peak season. The migration is now in Kenya, but the game viewing in central Serengeti is still very good. Southern parks are particularly rewarding at this time of year.

Short rains. This is a great time to take advantage of low season rates and is still a popular time to travel. The rains tend to be overnight, but there is a risk of rain during the day as well. Migrating herds are starting to travel south from Kenya, so crossings can be seen in the north of the Serengeti.
There is a chance of rain, but this is generally overnight. Temperatures and humidity start to build. Safari is good, with migrating herds in the north traveling south to Ndutu. The festive season can be very busy and needs to be planned well in advance to ensure availability.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time to go on a safari in Tanzania?

The best time to go on a safari in Tanzania is during the dry season, which runs from June to October. This is when the wildlife is most concentrated around water sources and the weather is cooler.

Learn more about when to go for safari in Tanzania

What type of accommodation is available on a Tanzania safari?

There are various types of accommodation available on a Tanzania safari, including tented camps, lodges, and luxury resorts. At Kalala Tours, we offer a range of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences.

Learn more about Accommodation on your safari

What should I pack for a Tanzania safari?

When packing for a Tanzania safari, it is important to bring comfortable and breathable clothing, as well as sturdy walking shoes, a sun hat, and sunscreen. You may also want to bring a camera, binoculars, and insect repellent.

Is it safe to go on a safari in Tanzania?

Yes, it is safe to go on a safari in Tanzania. At Kalala Tours, we prioritize the safety and security of our guests and ensure that all our tours are conducted in a safe and responsible manner.

What kind of animals can I expect to see on a Tanzania safari?

Tanzania is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, hippos, and more. You may also have the chance to see rare and endangered species such as the black rhino and the African wild dog.

What is the currency used in Tanzania?

The currency used in Tanzania is the Tanzanian shilling (TZS). However, US dollars are widely accepted in tourist areas.

Do I need a visa to visit Tanzania?

Yes, most visitors to Tanzania will require a visa. You can apply for a visa online or upon arrival at the airport.

Can I drink tap water in Tanzania?

It is not recommended to drink tap water in Tanzania. We advise our guests to drink bottled water or filtered water provided by their accommodation or tour operator.

We hope these frequently asked questions have helped answer some of your concerns about planning a safari in Tanzania. At Kalala Tours, we are always available to answer any further questions you may have and to help you plan your dream safari.