Tanzania's international travel rules
All travellers are required to truthfully fill in an online Traveller's Health Surveillance form within 24 hours before arrival into Tanzania. We will provide you with details about how to best fill in this form before your departure to Tanzania. (Those travelling to Zanzibar must go to this page to fill in their health form instead.) All travellers will be required to present a negative Covid-19 test certificate upon arrival. The only accepted tests are RT-PCR and NAAT. And they must have been conducted at a nationally approved or accredited laboratory. Please note that your RT-PCR or NAAT must have been conducted no more than 96 hours prior to your departure for Tanzania. This is a very important. Everyone entering the country having come from or passed through a country of concern will be subjected to enhanced screening for Covid-19 infection, which includes a rapid test. The cost for the rapid test at an airport is US$10 (or US$25 in Zanzibar) and must be paid for by the traveller. Those who test positive for Covid-19 will have to quarantine for two weeks at their own expense.
Please take careful note of the above three rules to ensure you don't have any hiccoughs in your travel to Tanzania.
Cost of Covid-19 tests in Tanzania
Coronavirus testing near Kilimanjaro
We can organise testing for you!
Coronavirus testing on safari
Safety precautions when travelling to Tanzania
All travellers are advised to wear a face mask that covers their mouth and nose (though this isn't mandatory). Everyone is advised to sanitise their hands regularly – and properly! You are given a Health Surveillance Form to fill in on the airplane. Upon arrival in Tanzania, all travellers will have their temperature taken in the airport – those with symptoms of the virus will be taken to a government-sanctioned hotel for a 14-day quarantine (at your own expense). Kilimanjaro climbers can also anticipate temperature checks at their local hotel and at the gates to Kilimanjaro National Park .
Face masks and hand sanitiser
Follow Alice's safety measures
Temperature checks Mask wearing (not on the mountain, as breathing is already too difficult at high altitude) Social distancing (especially on the mountain, when face masks can't be worn) Regular hand sanitisation
Our amended booking policy
2. Support from your trip manager
3. Reduced booking deposit
4. Financial protection