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We understand the importance of essential information that you may require of the country that you are intending to visit very soon. We have amalgamated key frequently asked questions and their answers which you may find useful. The questions and their respective answers listed here are just for guidelines meant only to assist you to plan and organize your trip. For detail information, we would recommend you to do background research on the country or area that you wish to visit.
Vaccination requirements keep changing, especially in a post-COVID world, hence, we suggest you check with your physician and Foreign and Commonwealth Office along with the nearest consulate or embassy to ensure you have all the vaccinations you need.
Please only drink bottled water and water that is clearly indicated at drinkable.
Tanzania is driest from July to October, which is why these months are the absolute best time to travel. This is also the season when the migration river crossings take place and wildlife sighting offers the best chance to experience the diversity of Tanzania.
Between November and March, while quieter, has the possibility of rain showers. However, it is also a particularly good time for birdwatching.
Heavy rains take place throughout April and May and those are the months to avoid.
Visa requirements have changed massively since the COVID-19 outbreak. Please check with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the nearest concerned embassy for the latest update.
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