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Vacation Rentals & Apartments in Tanzania

4,413 accommodations
16 sites
Lowest:
US$10
Average:
US$91
4.1 / 5
66,295 reviews
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Beach Villa on a 2 acre private property facing the Indian Ocean, scenic bay
Villa
7
Kitchen
Pangani, Tanga
5 (21)
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Makofi Guest House
Guest house (30㎡)
4
Kaskazini A, Zanzibar North
4.5 (1,114)
Booking.com
US$11/ night
( Total:
US$11
)
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PRIVATE VILLA on the beach , luxury and fully staffed on Zanzibar's Golden Mile
Villa
10
Matemwe, Zanzibar North
5 (16)
Vrbo
US$733/ night
( Total:
US$733
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Golden Tulip Stone Town Boutique Hotel
Others
Zanzibar, Mjini Magharibi
4 (119)
Agoda
US$75/ night
( Total:
US$75
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The house on vuga
House
9
Kitchen
Zanzibar, Zanzibar Urban/West
5 (2)
Homestay
US$20/ night
( Total:
US$20
)
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Ndame Beach Lodge
Others
4 (96)
Agoda
US$65/ night
( Total:
US$65
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house / villa - Zanzibar - Kipepeo Lodge, your private paradise
House
12
Kitchen
Kusini, Zanzibar Central/South
4.8 (12)
Instant book
Vrbo
US$518/ night
( Total:
US$518
)
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it is my pleasure to invite you
Others
7
Arusha, Arusha
4.5 (2)
Homestay
US$6/ night
( Total:
US$6
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Kiwengwa Beach Resort
Resort (92㎡)
2
Kiwengwa, Zanzibar North
4.5 (647)
Booking.com
US$330/ night
( Total:
US$330
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Mkunguni beach house with a dream view
House
10
Kitchen
Kusini, Unguja South
4.8 (11)
Vrbo
US$99/ night
( Total:
US$99
)
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Green's Nungwi
Guest house (45㎡)
2
Kitchen
Nungwi, Zanzibar North
4.8 (586)
Booking.com
US$32/ night
( Total:
US$32
)
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Ten to Ten Stone Town Zanzibar
Hostel (24㎡)
2
Kitchen
Zanzibar, Zanzibar Urban/West
4.4 (630)
Booking.com
US$9/ night
( Total:
US$9
)
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Ananda Beach House
Lodge (24㎡)
4
Kitchen
Paje, Zanzibar Central/South
4.6 (559)
Booking.com
US$10/ night
( Total:
US$10
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DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Zanzibar - Nungwi
Resort (33㎡)
2
Nungwi, Zanzibar North
4.2 (565)
Booking.com
US$220/ night
( Total:
US$220
)
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Bottoms Up
Hostel (42㎡)
3
Kitchen
Zanzibar, Zanzibar Urban/West
4 (572)
Booking.com
US$15/ night
( Total:
US$15
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Nungwi House
B&B (25㎡)
2
Nungwi, Unguja North
4.6 (470)
Booking.com
US$54/ night
( Total:
US$54
)
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Beach villa with staff and services
House
14
Kitchen
Pangani, Tanga
4.5 (9)
Instant book
Vrbo
US$308/ night
( Total:
US$308
)
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Malindi Guest House
Guest house (40㎡)
4
Zanzibar, Zanzibar Urban/West
3.6 (562)
Booking.com
US$11/ night
( Total:
US$11
)
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Fun Beach Hotel
Resort (38㎡)
3
Kusini, Zanzibar Central/South
4.6 (445)
Booking.com
US$75/ night
( Total:
US$75
)
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Baladin Zanzibar Beach Hotel
Resort (40㎡)
4
Pingwe, Zanzibar Central/South
4.8 (413)
Booking.com
US$120/ night
( Total:
US$120
)
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US$99
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US$15
US$54
US$308
US$11
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About Tanzania

Home to the best safari destination is what Tanzania is most renowned for. Tanzania is a country located in East Africa. It is bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Uganda, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, and Rwanda. Wildlife viewing is impressive, and you would be in awe with the hidden surprises that the land has once you explored the vast wilderness. The two official languages are Swahili and English. Every country has its own capital, and so is Tanzania. However, the capital city isn't just one but two. The capitals are the Dar Es Salaam and Dodoma. The former capital and the largest city in the country is Dar Es Salaam. The present capital is Dodoma, where the Presidential office is located. The greatness of Tanzania has also been recognized because of Mt. Kilimanjaro's presence here. It is the highest peak in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

The Charm of Tanzania

1. The Picturesque Beauty of Tanzania

The natural wonders of Tanzania are overflowing. Their reputation when it comes to wildlife and natural beauty cannot be denied. It is perfect for the high-spirited people who are seeking for a great adventure and breathtaking places. The panoramic views would leave you breathless because of its dramatic sight that it would be perfect in any angles of photography indeed. Almost a third of Tanzania is covered by enchanting lush forests. The mangrove forests are home to oysters, and there are coral reefs on the Tanzanian coastline. The mountainous northeast was dominated by Mt. Kilimanjaro. Seeing how blessed the country is would make you want more and enjoy the best days in Tanzania.

2. Different Influences on Local Food

Every tourist craves and dreams of getting a taste with distinct local dishes in every country that they visit because it is one of the top reasons for many travelers why they are wandering in almost every state. You will not be disappointed in Tanzania because their cuisine is proudly influenced by traditional African food, Arabic, and Indian. The unique and robust flavors of every meal you'll taste will leave a lingering effect on your tongue. Tasting their mouth-watering cuisine would let you experience their culture. Also, it will allow you to be with the local people because the food markets are where you'll find the locals having a good time and satisfying their hunger. One of Tanzania's favorite foods is the 'mchuzi wa samaki,' a Swahili dish that consists of fish. It is cooked and combined with curry powder, tomatoes, and lemon juice that makes up the intense flavor. It is a food that you shouldn't be missing when you are trying the local dishes already.

3. Knowing the Maasai People

A beautiful country has beautiful people too. Tanzania is home to about 120 tribal groups such as Haya and Chagga that still carry out their intact traditions. They might be small in numbers and different because of their particular belonging, but they are the ones who give real colors to Tanzania. The Maasai people who are indigenous ethnic groups in Africa that are settling in Kenya and the Northern part of Tanzania are recognized as the main stewards of nature as they prioritize the preservation of the environment. They are known to their distinct traditions, customs, languages, and their dress, which is a distinctive red cloth called Shuka. The enchanting Shuka defines not just their identity but also their vibrant culture. If you want to take pictures with them, you must ask them if it's okay. Witnessing their lifestyle will let you have a great time in Tanzania.

4. The Sound of Music Festival

One of the highlights of Tanzania is the vibrant festivals as it showcases the pride of the country. One of the most awaited festivals that gives life to the country is the Zanzibar, the only music festival that can be witnessed in Tanzania. The pleasant music will be ringing into your ears and would let you hear what makes African music really sounds like. Participating in the festivals will allow you to interact with the locals. The parades and carnivals will bring so many surprises. This event is a four-day event that has caught the interest of many people in the world, one of the reasons they want to move to Tanzania.

5. The Culturally Rich Tanzania

When it comes to culture, Tanzania cannot be denied to have fascinating traditions and history. Tanzania culture is Swahili, a mixture of Arab and African. Tanzania is a largely homogenous society still living with the earliest practices and culture of the people. The national pride of the people is the tradition that they are still carrying. Their social etiquettes are rooted in their local customs and traditions.

6. The Fascinating Housing of Tanzania

The beautiful houses of Tanzania are uniquely made from mud. These mud bricks and walls are some of the foundations of the renowned homes in Africa's continent. Seeing it in Tanzania would most likely bring you the African vibe you are looking for. Burned and baked muds are such an impressive sight to witness. These are low-cost houses yet very rich in a traditional ambiance.