Tanzania is a place full of things to see and do and there is not a month in which a holiday in Tanzania is not advisable, there are at most dry months and humid months.
DRY SEASON AND IDEAL CLIMATES
September is the height of the dry season and the climate, in some parts of Tanzania, can be cool or more than cool, as in the Ngorongoro Crater.
The dry season is characterized by several factors, in parks and also in cities. Dustier obviously, but mitigated by a milder climate, this season allows you to visit parks and reserves without particular problems because the paths are dry or to enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner in the typical cafés of Arusha.Back to top
THE UNGULATES IN THE MASSACRE
September in Tanzania also and above all means the Great Migration. This month, in fact, takes us to the north of the Serengeti where the ungulates, mostly zebras and wildebeests, dive into the Mara river to reach the Kenyan Maasai Mara in search of water and fresh pastures, risking their lives due to the attacks by the ravenous crocodiles that wait patiently for this moment all year round and often attack the youngest and most defenseless specimens.Back to top
PLAINS, HILLS, SOLITARY ANIMALS AND WILD NATURE
And it is a real adventure to go to this part of the park, wild, uncontaminated and mysterious where the landscape fades towards the horizon and seems infinite, interrupted only by a few hills.
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Meetings can be amazing. There is no shortage of big cats because they follow the migration in search of food, but even an elephant walking peacefully or a small jackal following the hunt of some lion hoping to take advantage of it, is not unusual.Back to top
ARUSHA AND SURROUNDINGS
The city of Arusha, in September, has the ideal climate that can be exploited for cultural and naturalistic activities in the surroundings of the city.
Learning about the Wameru and their agricultural techniques, having lunch with them, dancing with them and participating even if only for a brief moment in their culture can be truly exciting.Back to top
THE COAST AND THE ISLANDS
Usually warmer, the coast and the islands also experience a less torrid season in September. A few days of relaxation, a dip in the sea and a dinner on the beach are an excellent holiday ending to enjoy everything that Tanzania can offer.Back to top
WHERE TO SLEEP AND WHEN TO BOOK
September is a month that is part of the high season, so all accommodations are available and in full operation. The only advice is to book well in advance so as not to risk having to give up a wonderful trip.