Travelling to Tanzania during Covid 19
Travelling in 2021 raises a lot of questions for our travellers. This article aims to answer them.
Is it possible to travel to Tanzania during Covid-19?
The answer is yes! The borders are open, the airlines operate several flights a week to JRO (Kilimanjaro) and ZNZ (Zanzibar) and our guides and lodges are ready to welcome you.
On a positive note: tourist activity is reduced at the moment, which means you’ll see fewer travellers in the national parks! So you can make the most of the animals, the natural heritage and spend some quality time with the local people.
Covid 19: what precautions should you take?
Just as in France, we advise you to follow the barrier gestures, disinfect your hands regularly, wear a mask and respect physical distance.
To travel to Tanzania, you need to have had a negative PCR test for less than 72 hours. You will also need to repeat the test on your return to France. The covid vaccine is not compulsory. However, it does mean that you do not need to take a PCR test.
24 hours before your arrival in Tanzania, you will need to complete an online medical form, which will be requested by the health inspectors at the airport. You will then undergo a rapid test. This will be at your expense (25USD).
Your trip with Off Road : For your safety, we make hydro-alcoholic gel available and apply barrier gestures.
Information relating to the current health crisis can change rapidly. You can keep up to date before your trip on the official French government website.
If you are travelling with Off Road, we promise to keep you informed of developments in the crisis in good time.