Tanzania has 3 major airports Dar es Salaam International, Kilimanjaro International and Kishni, Zanzibar. To service the domestic market including the game parks the country has a good network of domestic flights.
The bus network in Tanzania is fairly good. Most bus services cater to most of the town and cities in the country. Buses operate both day and night and they are a cheaper mode of travel. There are some good bus companies in the region just compare the buses they use and the cost and you will be able to make a good decision
In Tanzania you can either bring your own car or you could hire out one. To drive in Tanzania you are required to have with you a valid international driving license. In Tanzania we drive on the left side. The road conditions are very good especially the highways and main roads.
In Tanzania there are several car hire firms including international firms such as hertz
Cycling is possible in Tanzania but you need to know that there are no provisions for cyclists whether for parking or cycling which means you will either be sharing the pavement with pedestrians or you cycle on the road.
The railway service in Tanzania is pretty good and efficient and food can be purchased in the cabins
Taxis in the urban centres are easily available an can be easily identified by the yellow line that goes along them. Most taxis are not metered which means you have to agree for the right price to pay.
DalaDalas are the local lingo for minibuses. These usually operate within the city limits. There are no laws prohibiting you from flagging down a DalaDala in a place where there’s no bus stop from literally anywhere you can get access to a DalaDala. All DalaDalas converge at the Central Business district so its imperative that you know the number of the destination an where to get the matatu because the bus stops are not central