Before traveling to Tanzania, you can find here helpful travel information’s on Flights, Health, Luggage, Money and Visa/Passport.
Please note that the information’s given here are only an orientation. It is essential to check with your doctor, bank and embassies/consulates.
The local currency is Tanzanian Shilling. Major foreign currencies, especially EURO and USD, are well accepted. They are convertible at Banks or Bureau du Change in the main towns or in any tourist areas. It… Continue reading
No formal clothes are required, so we recommend that you keep your luggage to the basics. Traveling light is best as it takes less time to load your vehicle on travel days. Please use soft-side… Continue reading
It is essential that adequate travel insurance is arranged prior to arrival. This guarantees emergency evacuation to the nearest hospital should you either suffer severe illness or injury. This insurance does not cover the cost… Continue reading
EU and US passport holders are required to purchase a Tourist Entry Visa, which is available at Tanzanian Embassies or at any Border Post. The Tourist Entry Visa costs USD 50 per person for Europeans… Continue reading
The best wildlife viewing months in Tanzania are during the dry season from late June to October. The best chance of seeing the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is during June and July… Continue reading
Yellow fever vaccination
is compulsory and a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all travelers over 1 year of age coming from areas with risk of yellow fever transmission (check the internet for details).… Continue reading
Flying to Tanzania
There are frequent direct and indirect flights to Tanzania by numerous international airlines. International airlines that fly to Dar es Salaam include KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, Emirates,Qatar Airways, Oman… Continue reading
Check-in is three hours prior to departure for international flights and one-and-a-half hours for domestic flights.
Many scheduled regional flights may involve multiple stops before reaching the final destination.
The mainland (excluding Zanzibar) has 26 airports. The Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) operates all the airports except for Kilimanjaro International, which is managed by the state owned Kilimanjaro Airport Development Company (KADCO).
LOCATION… Continue reading
Tanzania has a vast spread of accommodation options, ranging from luxurious game lodges in game-filled national parks, heritage buildings in the winding alleys of Stone Town, sprawling resorts and rustic beach huts lining Zanzibar’s beaches,… Continue reading