Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I travel with Bayango Tours & Safaris?
We specialize exclusively in Tanzania tours & safaris, Kilimanjaro climbing and beaches. No other company come close to our level of quality control and superior services.
We employ over 50 full-time staff including highly trained guides, experienced volunteers, logistics specialists, office staff, reservations managers, drivers and mechanics. We are large enough to be respected as the premier tour operator in Tanzania.
When is the best time of year to go on safari in Tanzania?
Anytime is a wonderful time to be on adventure. April tends to be rainy, but for the more adventurous travelers, we can arrange a private trip for you during that time. At Bayango Tours we adjust our safari itineraries to take advantage of the best possible game viewing in accordance with the seasonal concentrations of wildlife.
Where is the best place to go for wildlife viewing in Africa?
You simply can’t beat Tanzania for wildlife concentrations. Most people have heard of the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater and the wide array of wildlife dwelling on the crater floor. Most have heard of the vast Serengeti, which hosts the annual migration of wildebeest and the predators that follow in its wake. Guests of Bayango Tours consistently tell us the wildlife they experienced far surpassed their most optimistic expectations.
What types of animals will I see on adventure ?
Tanzania is home to over 35 species of large mammals and has over 1,000 species of birds. On a typical safari in northern Tanzania you can expect to see elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, baboon, monkeys and a variety of plains game such as wildebeest, hartebeest, zebra, impala and gazelle. Most people see lion and hyena, and possibly cheetah or leopard. In Ngorongoro Crater you may see one of the few remaining black rhino to be found in Tanzania, in addition to bull elephant, lion, gazelle, hyena, wildebeest, African buffalo and more.
What is the Migration?
This is the huge movement of wildlife from Serengeti to Masai Mara, where millions of wildebeest, gazelle and zebra traverse the plains in search of food and water.