Flights to Tanzania
Flights to Tanzania are popular with travellers because of the many sights in the country. One of the biggest - literally - attractions is Mount Kilimanjaro. Africa's highest peak, it draws visitors from around the globe. Lake Victoria, the largest tropical lake on earth, lies in the south and features the world famous Victoria Falls. The coastline on the Indian Ocean and Spice Islands like Zanzibar are also popular with tourists.
Wildlife is another reason so many choose flights to Tanzania. The country maintains a number of national parks, where wildlife is protected. Guided safaris through grasslands and lake areas give visitors everything they want and more, from elephants and giraffes to lions and millions of wildebeests. Book your cheap flights to Tanzania with Condor and you'll get your fill of African wildlife. Don't forget an extra memory card for your camera!
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Flights to Tanzania are available from a number of European points of departure. If you're looking to go on safari and see Kilimanjaro and the country's interior, then you can choose one of the Condor flights to the Kilimanjaro International Airport. Those looking for an island getaway with sandy beaches and waves from the Indian Ocean can choose to fly to the airport in Zanzibar.
You'll be heading for the "Gateway to African Wildlife' when you land at the Kilimanjaro International Airport. It serves the urban areas of Moshi and Arusha as well as a number of tourism hot spots like national parks and Mount Kilimanjaro. Your Condor flight to Zanzibar will land at the Zanzibar International Airport. Major upgrades and renovations in recent years have expanded the Zanzibar airport's capacity to 1.5 million passengers annually by allowing larger commercial planes to land here.
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Top sights in Tanzania
You simply can't miss out on the historic centre of Zanzibar Town, known as Stone Town. This area of historic whitewashed buildings is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the significance of the Arab, African and Indian cultures that melded here. The sandy beaches nearby are stunning.
Ruaha National Park
Ruaha National Park is Tanzania's largest park. It is home to many different animals, including lions, elephants, cheetah, giraffes and zebras. Thanks to its remote location, you won't have to elbow your way through throngs of tourists out here. Enjoy a personal safari with wide open spaces.
Serengeti National Park
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Tanzania is the Serengeti National Park. During the dry season, you can see millions of zebras and wildebeest migrate through the grasslands. It's no wonder it is one of the top choices for a safari.
Those who like to get off the beaten path should go to Pemba Island. As more tourists arrive each year in Zanzibar, Pemba Island offers a welcome and secluded retreat. Pristine coral reefs and clear waters are a draw for snorkelling and scuba diving.
While you're here, you should visit the highest peak in Africa: Mount Kilimanjaro. Towering over the plains at 5,892 m, it is well known for its snow capped peak. It has become very popular with mountain trekkers, rewarding them with sweeping views of the countryside.