Tanzania and Zanzibar: the tropical destinations this winter! 

Tanzania and Zanzibar: the tropical destinations this winter! 



The Netherlands is a wonderful country to live and work in, as you may have already experienced. Everything is well organised and the landscape is beautiful and varied, especially due to different seasons. But that does also mean that the Dutch winter can be cold, wet and stormy. It makes sense that you start dreaming of sun and tropical beaches… and long for warmth, sea, beach, peace and delicious food.

Speaking of which, have you ever thought of tropical Zanzibar?

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Ready for a winter trip to a sun-drenched beach?

Check out their special offer to Zanzibar!

This island off the coast of Tanzania (East Africa) is a beautiful destination for an idyllic and sun-drenched beach holiday. And this winter, KLM will fly you there directly, in just eight hours. This paradise is characterised by quiet fishing villages, beautiful diving locations, snow-white beaches and rich Swahili culture - the Dutch winter suddenly seems very far away!

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Once you've settled in, you'll realise that this calm life is exactly what you need. You can spend your time with a drink in one hand and your e-reader in the other. Relax in your lounge chair with nothing else but the waves of the Indian Ocean, white sand under your feet and the clear blue ocean in front of you. You've earned it! But if you want to be a bit more active, you can go snorkelling, diving, canoeing, sailing… there are tonnes of options for you to enjoy. 

Pristine places that you will fall in love with

Tanzania has much more to offer than just the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. It is the land of the Maasai, the Great Migration in the Serengeti, the Big Five in the Ngorongoro Crater, chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains, trekking on Mount Kilimanjaro and more. Immense untouched National Parks and reserves with the most animals per square kilometre in Africa. Pristine places that you will definitely fall in love with. Check out Explore Tanzania's sample trips.

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Pure and original Tanzanian safari

Raised in Tanzania, Marjolijn, founder of Explore Tanzania, offers you a pure and original Tanzanian safari. The country is known for its breathtaking nature which you can discover on foot, by bike or in a canoe. Enjoy dinner under the stars, locations off the beaten track, authentic and adventurous. Your safari is private, comfortable and with respect to the country’s nature and people.

When on safari with Explore Tanzania, you will stay in small-scale and unique lodges. For example in their stylish Green Camps situated in beautiful locations in Serengeti National Park and Lake Manyara National Park. Comfortable, completely sustainable, in the middle of nature and close to the animals. In the camps, you can see the animals passing by whilst you watch at a comfortable and safe distance. This is a true non-stop safari experience.

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A beach holiday or safari, or both? A Kilimanjaro climb? Whatever you are going to do in Tanzania, Explore Tanzania will make it an experience that you will remember for the rest of your life - and they're happy to help arrange it for you.

Stay healthy! Afya mwema! Marjolijn

Coronavirus safety measures

Tanzania and Zanzibar have been declared safe by The World Travel & Tourism Council. The regulations to prevent the spread of coronavirus are followed everywhere; people keep their distance, use face masks, wash hands and make sure everything is clean. Tanzania is more than 30 times the size of the Netherlands, with only three times as many inhabitants. The perfect spot for peace and quiet, space and the most amazing nature and wildlife experience. Please also see Explore Tanzania's coronavirus info page and flexible travel conditions.

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Phone / WhatsApp: +31(0)55-5332550 
Website: Explore Tanzania
E-mail: [email protected]

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