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Dar es Salaam may not be the most popular place to start a safari in Tanzania, but it’s probably the best. Tanzania’s former capital city is one of Africa’s greatest travel secrets because of its: Easy access to some of the least crowded, and most rewarding, wildlife encounters in Tanzania; Coastal location, near picture-perfect white sand […]

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Tanzania is full of so many things to do and see. Deciding which national parks or wildlife reserves you want to visit on your safari can be a daunting task. Here are the top five National Parks in Tanzania that you absolutely cannot miss! 1. Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park is one of the most incredible […]

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THE Best Time to Visit Tanzania Situated on the equator, Tanzania has a temperate climate making it a great destination at any time of year with little variation in monthly temperatures. Rainfall is the biggest seasonal change and can have a big impact on game viewing opportunities, accessibility of remote areas and accommodation rates. December to […]

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Not only is Tanzania the number one destination for safari, its endless coral reef in the crystalline waters of the Indian Ocean offer some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world. The archipelago of islands off the coast of Tanzania ad Zanzibar. Are surrounded by coral reefs and are home to an amazing […]

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An incredible diversity of wildlife inhabits the Selous Game Reserve. It is easy to spot large mammals such as elephants and hippos. They share the habitat with reptiles, birds, and primates. Predators roam along the river, searching for prey. Selous is the ideal place to view all of these animals in their natural habitat. The […]

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There three Bushman tribes in Tanzania who are Hudzabe, Datoga and Tindiga, among of the few remaining hunter – gathering groups on the planet. The hudzabe and Datoga are found around Lake Eyasi in the Central Rift Valley and neighboring Serengeti plateau while the Tindiga are found at Dongobeshi – Karatu. The bushman tribes still […]

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Daigle Tours are excited to welcome our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partner Dramatic Adventure Theatre (DAT) when have arrived in Kigamboni…the home of Daigle Tours! and take a Press Conference. DAT’s Artistic Director Jesse Baxter. During lunch our visitors were entertained with Cath from UK on the Marimba!Following the KCC show, DAT were taken to […]

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This past Easter we had a better time and a privilege to have taken a trip of 70 Swedish Army Forces customers in Mikumi National Park. They had a Great time with Daigle tours, excited and amazed by the wildlife beauty here in Tanzania. Could not resist strong positive comments on professional tour guides, excellent lodges and the coming […]

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One of the most exciting parts of visiting the zoo is seeing the large cats. Especially the lions. It is awe inspiring to watch these gorgeous animals basking in the sun or prowling the perimeter of their enclosure. Imagine if you could view these great predators in the wild. You can when you take a […]

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Tanzania boasts many national treasures, and there are countless things to see and do when you visit this beautiful country. If you are having trouble narrowing down your list of activities, check out the top five things Tanzania is famous for: 1. Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park is the most famous park in Tanzania […]

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