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How can I get to Tanzania from my Country?

How can I get to Tanzania from my Country?

Wild Secret Safari, We arrange the local flights in Tanzania for most of our travelers and have excellent flights rates. However, if you would prefer to arrange your own flights or book with air-miles or the like, then feel free to do so. If you organize the flights, we are happy to just make your ground arrangements.

Here is your Quick question you may ask yourself on planning a trip to Tanzania,

How can I get to Tanzania from my Country? We have given a slight hint with small options of getting to Tanzania from your Country. International flight routes to Tanzania

 

To Tanzania from Europe

There are only two direct routes from Europe to Tanzania: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines fly daily to Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro from Amsterdam; as do Turkish Airlines from Istanbul Ataturk International Airport.

Alternatively, travelers from Europe can fly to pivotal East Africa ‘hub’ of Nairobi. Then Kenya Airways connects at least daily to all of Tanzania’s gateway airports.

Options to Nairobi include British Airways from London Heathrow; Air France from Paris; Swiss Air from Zurich; Brussels Airlines from Brussels; Lufthansa from Frankfurt; and Kenya Airways from London Heathrow or Amsterdam. Overall, Kenya Airways is our travelers’ favorite, taking under nine hours overnight from London to Nairobi, which connects to arrive in Dar es Salaam at around 09:00.

If you’re flying into Dar es Salaam, then alternatively you can connect through Cairo with Egypt Air; via Dubai with Emirates; via Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways; via Addis Ababa with Ethiopian Airlines; via Muscat with Oman Air; or via Doha with Qatar Airways. Some of these airlines also have routes into Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar.

 

From North America

There are no direct flights from North America to Tanzania. Travelers have to either make two stops en route; or a single stop in Istanbul or Amsterdam. Turkish Airlines has direct flights from about 13 cities in North America to Istanbul, and then directly to Tanzania; similarly, KLM links rather more North American destinations to Tanzania via Amsterdam. For example, the journey from New York to Dar es Salaam with KLM via Amsterdam takes about 21 hours; getting from Los Angeles currently takes only an hour or so longer, albeit with a tighter flight connection in Amsterdam.

Alternatively, travelers from North America can fly directly to Johannesburg from Atlanta with Delta Air Lines, or from New York (JFK) or Washington-Dulles with South African Airways. Many travelers will then overnight near the airport in Johannesburg before continuing on the fairly short (3 hours 30 minutes) hop to Dar es Salaam with South African Airways.

 

From South America

The most direct route from South America to Tanzania uses South African Airways direct flight from São Paulo to Johannesburg, before connecting onto Dar es Salaam from there. This whole journey typically takes about 15 hours. Other alternatives are often less convenient, using hubs in Europe or the Middle East: key airlines include Ethiopian AirlinesEmiratesKLM and Turkish Airlines.

 

From Asia

Kenya Airways has three direct flight links with Asia: with Bangkok, Hanoi, and Mumbai – and then onward connections to all of Tanzania’s gateway airports. Alternatively, travelers from Asia will usually fly via a hub in the Middle East, probably using EmiratesEtihad AirwaysOman Air or Qatar Airways.

 

From Australia

There are no direct flights from Australasia to Tanzania. A popular South African Airways flight links Perth to Dar es Salaam, via Johannesburg; the whole journey typically takes around 20 hours. Alternatively, the next best routes are probably via the Middle East using EmiratesEtihad Airways or Qatar Airways.