With blissful hammock lounging beaches - complete with tropical turquoise waters and soft white sands - the Tanzanian Coast is the epitome of relaxation. The coastal plains that spread over nearly 2,500 km are coral and palm-lined, with small inlets and secluded beaches, known only to the odd passing fisherman, provide utter tranquillity.
The history of the Swahili people is seen all along East African coast: in the ruins of ancient Swahili towns and mosques, the eerie prisons used to store slaves and in the colonial relics, giving a much-needed insight into the fascinating past of this country.
Situated on the Indian Ocean Coastline, means that there are plentiful dive and snorkel locations, where rainbow clouds of tropical fish, toothy sharks and lumbering turtles can be spotted with ease.
Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198
|Precipitation (Avg Days)||25||25||28||30||27||18||15||24||4||11||25||28||260|
The Tanzanian coast welcomes visitors all through the year because of a fairly consistent temperature range, but it's best to avoid March through to June when the long rains arrive. Read More
To speak to our travel planner please contact us at: