Tanzania Destinations are world’s best-adored wildlife safari destinations which gloat of locales like Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve and Tarangire National Parks with huge natural life populace and biodiversity. If you are a foreign citizen entering into any other country, you are required to comply with certain mandatory stipulations. Same holds true when traveling to Tanzania. You must meet the entry requirements laid down by the Tanzanian government to enter Tanzania. Since government regulation is prone to change you need to consult with concerned government agencies before traveling. So here is a brief overview which is meant to serve as a guideline. Citizens of 66 countries are exempted from the valid visa requirement when entering the country and staying for three months or less. While citizens of some countries are granted visa on arrival, the citizens of a select group of countries need a visa before arrival.
Check with Tanzania’s consular to know which category your native country belongs to but no matter what we recommend you obtain your visa prior to departing your home country as this will ensure that you are able to begin your safari or travels without delay in case of any passport hitches.
A passport valid for a minimum of six months beyond visa issuance and/or date of entry, and at least one blank visa page is required. Visitors who enter on visas must present a roundtrip ticket and demonstrate they have sufficient funds for their stay.
Single entry or tourists visas are valid for three months from the date of issue. Multiple visas have a validity of 6-12months. Transit visas to Tanzania can only be obtained at the point of entry. You are encouraged to apply for an online visa as it should speed up your arrivals process