FAQ

When is the best time to visit Tanzania? –

If you want the quiet season visit in January, February, March, April, and May when the grass is green, and the wildlife is plentiful and there are fewer tourists.  the dry season visit from June to December.

Do I need vaccinations before traveling to Tanzania? –

We advice to all of our clients to check on this address –

http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/tanzania

What are the typical Food & Drinks in Tanzania?

Food is always delicious; a blend of African, European and International cuisine, made with exceptional local ingredients including fresh vegetables, seafood, and meat. There is a wide variety of Tanzanian beers available and Tanzanian & South African wines are available too.

Clothing

We recommend to all of our clients to bring light casual clothes ( Khaki clothing, Sun Glasses, hut, sun block cream, and insect repellent. in the evening it can get rather chilly especially in the month of May – August, so bring some jumpers and wind break jackets. Certain 5 stars hotel require a smart dress code for dinner.

Money Matters

The unit of local currency is Tanzania Shillings ( Tsh ), American dollars in cash and traveler cheques are acceptable in many places around the cities and some of the tourist towns. Note: AMEX Traveller cheques are often not acceptable and American dollars notes that issued before 2002.

In Arusha, Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar ATM’s machines are available you can get local currency with VISA or MASTER CARD.

Do I need a Visa?

All visitors can purchase a visa at the point of entry. Visa fee for American & Irish citizens is $100 per person.

For other nationalities, a visa fee of $ 50 per person applies.

What is the electricity supply?

Tanzania uses 220 volts. You need adaptors for UK design.

Karibu Tanzania na ujisikie nyumbani “Welcome to Tanzania and feel at home”