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Anantya Serengeti

Prepare for your Tanzanian adventure with an all-inclusive travel guide. Obtain a visa, choose flight routes, pack wisely, carry local currency, and familiarize yourself with local customs for a seamless experience.

As you gear up for your Tanzanian adventure, we have put together an all-inclusive TravelGuide to ensure a seamless experience from your arrival to departure in Tanzania.

Entry Requirements:

All visitors to Tanzania must obtain a visa. Visa requirements can change, so it is advisable to check the Tanzanian Government website for the latest updates.

Tanzanian Tourist Visa Cost:

For a single-entry tourist visa, the cost is $50 USD. For US citizens, the fee is$100 USD.

Processing Time:

Online processing of a Tanzanian Tourist Visa usually takes 1 business day, but it might take up to 7 days in some cases. Apply early once your travel dates a reconfirmed.

Duration of Stay:

With a single-entry tourist visa, you can stay in Tanzania for a maximum of 90consecutive days. A multiple-entry visa, valid for 1 year, requires leaving Tanzania every 90 days.

Visa on Arrival:

While it’s still possible to get a visa on arrival, the process can be time-consuming, especially due to waiting times. The fee must be paid in USD cash.

Online Visa Application:

To apply for a Tanzanian visa online, complete the provided online form on the official website:

 

Getting to Tanzania - Routes and Airports:

From the USA:
Delta Airlines, in partnership with KLM, offers direct daily flights from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport to Kilimanjaro International Airport. KLM’s reputation for service and convenient flight times makes it a preferred choice.

From Europe:
KLM operates daily direct flights from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport to Kilimanjaro International Airport, offering flexible options for European travellers.

From Asia:
Qatar Airways provides flights from Asian airports to Doha’s Hamad International Airport, then onward to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. From Nairobi, a Precision Air flight takes you to Kilimanjaro International Airport.

From Australia:
Emirates Airways offers flights from major Australian cities to Dubai, where you can connect to Nairobi. From Nairobi, a Precision Air flight takes you to Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Tanzanian International Airports:

Tanzania has three international airports: Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dares Salaam, Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), and Zanzibar Abeid Amani Karume Airport (ZNZ).

 

Emergency Fund and Communication:

While we strive to provide a safe and seamless experience, having an emergency fund in local currency (Tanzanian Shillings) is advisable. This can be used for unexpected expenses or situations that might arise during your stay. Additionally, ensure you have a reliable means of communication, such as a local SIM card or an international roaming plan.

 

Local Fees and Payments:

Certain fees might apply during your stay, such as national park entrance fees or conservation contributions. These are essential for maintaining the natural beauty of Tanzania. Having some local currency on hand will facilitate these payments.

 

Packing Tips:

Clothing:
Pack based on your activities. Different clothing is needed for safaris, mountain climbing, and beach vacations.

Baggage:
Use a soft duffel bag rather than a hard suitcase due to space limitations in vehicles and planes. Domestic flights have weight restrictions.

Daypack:
Bring a small backpack for day trips, especially on safaris and walks. Keep essentials like a camera, water, sunscreen, and insect repellent.

 

Wi-Fi Availability:

Wi-Fi is available in cities but limited in National Parks (Available 24/7 at Anantya Serengeti). Embrace the opportunity to disconnect and enjoy nature.

 

Plastic Bag Ban:

Plastic bags are banned in Tanzania. Exceptions include plastic ’Ziplock’ bags for toiletries or medicines.

 

Travel Documents:

Ensure you have your passport, tourist visa, travel vaccinations certificates, travel insurance, flight tickets, and other essential documents. Carry photocopies ordigital copies.

 

Payment and Currency:

Use Tanzanian Shillings or US Dollars. Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and sometimes American Express) are widely accepted.

 

Tipping Etiquette:

Tipping is customary of the Uniques Tanzania.

By familiarizing yourself with these procedures, you’ll be well-prepared to embark on your incredible adventure to Anantya Serengeti in Tanzania.
We’re excited to welcome you and provide an unforgettable experience that embraces both the natural wonders and the rich cultural tapestry of this remarkable destination. Safe travels and see you soon!

Remember to check with official sources https://immigration.go.tz/ for the latest information and guidelines before your trip to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience in Tanzania.

 

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