According to the company, holiday bookings from Ireland to Tanzania rose by 400 percent between November 2017 and this July. This has been attributed to readier access to Tanzania for holidaymakers, in tandem with the high costs of vacationing in Europe, according to Cathy Burke, spokesperson, Travel Counsellors.
“The Irish prefer the more memorable experiences offered by Tanzania’s tourism,” commented Burke. “The safari options offer an authentic, unspoiled experience, so people are going now before it gets too popular.”
Tanzania is known for its pristine attractions, such as Zanzibar, its national parks and game reserves, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and Mount Kilimanjaro, amongst others.