Top Travel Destinations in Tanzania Perfect for Solo Female TravelersSafari Tour / By Jazeera Suwani As travel trends come and go, one trend that’s gaining popularity is solo traveling. With increasing financial independence and empowerment, more women are embracing adventurous journeys on their own, and Tanzania has become a favored destination for solo female travelers. Gosheni Safaris has noticed a surge in solo women adventurers seeking thrilling experiences, from trekking Kilimanjaro to exploring the wild corners of the Serengeti and basking in Zanzibar’s tropical sunshine. To cater to this growing demand, we’ve curated the best places for solo female travelers in Tanzania. Zanzibar: Zanzibar boasts world-class beaches with fine white sands, turquoise waters, and vibrant coral reefs. Besides water activities like snorkeling, kitesurfing, and swimming with dolphins, the island offers rich historical and cultural experiences, including the renowned Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Zanzibar is the perfect tropical destination for relaxation, beach photos, and cultural immersion. It’s important to respect local customs during Ramadan by covering knees and shoulders in Stone Town. Serengeti National Park: For wildlife enthusiasts and photography lovers, there’s no place like the Serengeti. This vast expanse of open grasslands, woodlands, and savannas is home to the world’s largest predator population and the iconic wildebeest migration. The park offers safe, guided, and well-organized safaris, making it ideal for solo female travelers seeking an authentic African adventure. Ngorongoro Conservation Area: Often referred to as “Africa’s Garden of Eden,” Ngorongoro features a massive wildlife population within its UNESCO site crater, the world’s largest inactive caldera. It’s a safe and well-organized safari destination, easily accessible from the Serengeti, making it convenient to combine both iconic parks into one trip. Lake Manyara National Park: Lake Manyara’s stunning pink flamingo flocks create an enchanting scenery that any female traveler would adore. This park also offers diverse wildlife sightings, including zebras, baboons, and tree-climbing lions. Apart from photo opportunities, you can enjoy night game drives, bike rides along the lake, forest walks, and visits to local villages. Tarangire National Park: Known for its elephants and iconic baobab trees, Tarangire provides an unspoiled and less touristy safari experience. Female travelers seeking authentic encounters with wildlife and a touch of adventure will find this park enticing. The park is also just two hours away from Arusha, making it easily accessible. Lake Eyasi: Lake Eyasi remains a rare African destination where tribal life remains largely untouched by modern developments. Visiting the Hadzabe bushmen and Datoga tribe offers a unique cultural immersion experience, learning their traditional practices and skills such as hunting, gathering, and blacksmithing. Mount Kilimanjaro: For outdoorsy women, conquering Mount Kilimanjaro is a thrilling and rewarding experience. As Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest free-standing mountain, it offers diverse climates and breathtaking landscapes, perfect for camping, hiking, and photography. Tanzania, as a solo female traveler’s paradise, offers picture-perfect landscapes, rich culture, and culinary delights. The country’s safaris are well-guided and often in small groups, fostering opportunities to meet like-minded travelers. With accessible transportation options, friendly locals, and reputable tour operators, Tanzania ensures a hassle-free and unforgettable journey for women exploring the wonders of this diverse and adventurous destination.