Fly from Zanzibar (ZNZ) to Serengeti – Seronera (SEU)
Whether you’re travelling from Zanzibar to Serengeti Seronera for vacations, business or family visits its always a smart choice to compare prices and make sure you’re getting the best deal before booking your travel. Travelling from the northern border of Tanzania to the capital city can be quite the trek for most travellers. This cross-country trip will take some time, leaving the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar behind for the majestic African plains.
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Distance and Flight Time
The average flying distance from Zanzibar to Serengeti Seronera is over to 900 km and will take you around 2 hours and 50 minutes from the airport to airport. The trip offers you more than enough time to relax, watch your favourite movie and by the time you finish your entertainment you should be preparing for landing. There is a regular flight servicing the Zanzibar to Serengeti Seronera route daily from Coastal Aviation
If you prefer to get a better lay of the land you can also travel by ferry to the mainland and then by road by hiring a car or booking a bus, travelling by road you will have to cover around 1015 kilometres which should take you just over 20 hours to complete.
Not to Miss During Flights
The flight from the Serengeti to the Island of Zanzibar you; ll be treated to several views that are simply unmatched. Once you leave the Serengeti you’ll fly directly over the Ngorongoro conversation area. After that, you may catch a glimpse of Lake Manyara and several small towns as you cross the ocean to the island off the coast of Tanzania.
Airport & Layover Tips
Explore one Tanzania’s remote airstrips found in the Serengeti also known as the Seronera Airstrip. This is one of the several airstrips found in the Serengeti National park that services a few hundred passengers a month. The airstrip welcomes direct flights from a range of destinations from Arusha and Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar and is the fastest way to reach the northern part of the Serengeti that crosses the border with Kenya.