Tanzania e-visa update
We've heard a few reports that folks are having trouble with the Tanzania e-visa website. A minimum of ten days is required to process the e-visa (we recommend 2 to 3 weeks). Take a minute to read the official guidance here or click here for our visa guidance. Follow instructions to the letter - and you should be right as rain.
Visas are available on arrival:
If you're in any doubt, don't forget visas are available on arrival for many nationalities but make sure you have the following:
Health surveillance form:
Travellers are required to fill in a health surveillance form before arrival. However, the site is down for maintenance. Until it's up again, please arrive with a printed copy of your vaccine certificate and a printed copy of the public notice found here.
Everything you need to know:
For the fully vaxxed, there are no PCR or rapid test requirements to enter Tanzania. Unvaxxed/not-fully-vaxxed will still need a negative PCR and a rapid test on arrival. It's all spelled out in our guide here.
We're doing all we can to make it irresistibly seamless and simple - so if there's anything on your mind, don't hesitate to hit up our team of experts.
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