Tanzania Updates – 11/01/2021

Dear Partners,
Greetings from Tanzania.
As the vaccine rolls out, it is everyone’s hope to see the end of COVID-19 soon, and with it the return to normal international travel.
Tanzania has remained open to international travel since June 2020 but the number of visitor arrivals has stayed very low. Tanzania is endorsed as a Safe Travels destination by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) in recognition of the measures being taken by the country in adopting the global standard health and hygiene protocols to contain the spread of corona virus.

A COVID-19 negative certificate is not a requirement for entry into Tanzania. As it is, the requirement for a COVID-19 negative certificate for entry or departure is dependent on the country of origin of the traveler and the airline of travel.

As advised in our earlier communication in August 2020, departing travelers whose onward destinations and airline require a COVID-19 negative certificate, will undergo testing in Tanzania, this could be 72 hours or 96 hours before departure depending on the airline and onward destination. According to the Tanzania Ministry of Health the cost for the COVID-19 test is USD 100 per person for those returning home or traveling to other destinations where a negative COVID-19 certificate is a requirement, like the Netherlands.
The safety and wellbeing of our guests, staff and the public remains our highest priority.
We wish you a Happy New Year and good health.
Marketing Team