July

July

Winter continues in Tanzania in July with constant clear skies and warm days. The temperatures get to their lowest during early mornings and nights, but this is very unlikely to dip below 12-14°C.

If you want to see chimpanzees, head to the southern and western parks which are also quieter; Mahale Mountains and Gombe National Park have the highest number of wild chimpanzees.

July is the driest month of all in Tanzania which means that the ground is very dry, creating clouds of dust when driving through the plains. We recommend wearing sunglasses and a light scarf to use when out on game drives.

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Southern Tanzania

Activities: Bush walking

Dest: Mahale Mountains National Park
Eastern Tanzania

Activities: Beach,Diving,Stranding

Dest: Pemba Island
Northern Tanzania

Activities: Wildlife Safaris

Dest: Serengeti National Park
Northern Tanzania

Activities: Walking Bush lunch

Dest: Lake manyara National Park
Northern Tanzania

Activities: Trek,Walking

Dest: Kilimanjaro National Park
Southern Tanzania

Activities: Game watching,Culture

Dest: Mikumi Nationanal Park
Southern Tanzania

Activities: Wildlife Safaris

Dest: Nyerere National Park
Northern Tanzania

Activities: Wildlife Safaris

Dest: Tarangire National Park