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 fully vaccinated travellers must present a valid vaccination certificate with QR code upon arrival. The only accepted vaccines are those approved by the URT and the World Health Organisation (WHO). But great news: you don't need to present a negative PCR test, nor are you eligible for a rapid test on arrival! Travellers who are not fully vaccinated or are unvaccinated must present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or NAAT certificate with QR code obtained within 72 hours before departure. You'll be tested upon arrival for the virus using a rapid antigen test, which will cost you US$10 USD (Tsh 23,000) in mainland Tanzania. If your test result is positive, you'll be required to self-isolate. (If this is you, it's advisable to register and pay online for the rapid test to avoid queuing.) When leaving Tanzania , check your airline's and destination country's coronavirus requirements.
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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.
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What to do if you test positive upon arrival in Tanzania
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