Multi-day Trips Tanzania

Tanzania safari experience: Tarangire & Serengeti National Parks.

8 days / 7 Nights

Tanzania safari experience: Tarangire & Serengeti National Parks


On this 8-day multi-day trip to Tanzania, you’ll discover this fascinating African country in an accessible way! With accessible accommodation, transportation, meals, and guides included, the itinerary stops at Arusha, Karatu, both Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks, and at the Ngorongoro Crater. You’ll be in the perfect setting for game drives and safaris to watch elephants, lions, zebras, leopards, and other animals in their natural habitat. Furthermore, you'll also enjoy delicious local meals, part-take in unique cultural experiences, and relax at some luxurious accommodations. This multi-day trip was designed with accessibility in mind. Your comfort and safety are our priorities! All the guaranteed accessible rooms are equipped with a roll-in shower, toilet grab bars, and step-free entrances. An accessible extended 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser fitted with a wheelchair ramp will do all transfers between destinations, activities, and the airport. You'll be accompanied by professional guides and drivers who have experience working with people with disabilities throughout the trip. The price of this multi-day trip might be subject to changes depending on seasonality and the availability of accessible rooms. A travel expert will confirm the final details once you submit a booking request.

Things to Do + Places to Stay + Ground transportation

About Tanzania

Tanzania is a central African country renowned for its safari offerings due to its amazing wildlife. From hippos and elephants to crocodiles and smaller animals, the wildlife you can observe fills a long and diverse list. The country is home to multiple national parks, magnificent beaches and jungle landscapes. Its coasts on the Indian Ocean have relaxed islands, and beaches populated by the famous baobab trees. We cannot forget Mount Kilimanjaro: it attracts visitors from all over the world, including daring climbers who challenge themselves to reach its summit. Tanzania also has a very rich and diverse culture, with traditional dances, cuisine and customs.

Accessible travel Tanzania

Few accommodations are wheelchair accessible, and there is no evidence of any places of interest, such as parks and museums, having Braille signage. Public transportation, consisting of buses, is not wheelchair accessible either. However, in the private tourism industry, customizable safari vehicles are available on Zanzibar Island and on the mainland.

Country Information


"Be sure to get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency. Malaria, dengue fever and cholera are common in Tanzania, so take the appropriate precautions, make sure you have adequate medical insurance for your personal and travel needs and have funds to cover any medical emergencies. The yellow fever vaccination is required if you are coming from a country where yellow fever is present.


Crimes such as muggings and robberies are frequent in Tanzania. Therefore, we recommend that especially in urban areas be cautious and avoid flashing valuables.


Entry requirements for Tanzania depend on your nationality. Check specific entry requirements, according to nationality here.



The climate in Tanzania is tropical, especially in coastal areas. Winter, or the dry season, runs from June to October and summer, or the wet season, from November to May. Be sure to wear appropriate clothing according to the time of year you are traveling.


The official language of Tanzania is Swahili, and while English is widely spoken, it has not been recognized as an official language.


Electricity in Tanzania is 230V at a frequency of 50Hz and the plugs are type D and G.