1: How to get into Tanzania Several major airlines fly into Tanzania- KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines), Condor Airlines and Ethiopian Airways fly into lands at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA/JRO) and Dar es Salaam International Airport (DIA) daily. British Airways and Swiss Airlines lands at DIA at least twice a week. Other airlines operating flights to Tanzania are South African Airlines (SAA), Emirates, YEMENAIR, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, and Kenya Airways.
2: Immigration Requirements An onward ticket and sufficient funds are required when entering Tanzania. Visas are required for all visitors except citizens of the Commonwealth, Scandinavian countries and the Republic of Ireland. Visas are easy to obtain at any Tanzanian embassy abroad, the Visa fee is dependent on the type of passport held. A visitor’s pass which can be obtained free from any Tanzanian diplomatic mission or point of entry is required for all travelers. It is advisable to get one before you leave home.
3: Health A yellow fever vaccination certificate is essential if arriving from yellow fever infected areas and anti-malaria tablets are also recommended. Travelers are advised to take their prescribed drugs a few days prior to arrival, during their stay, and for a short period after returning. It is also necessary to boil or sterilize all local drinking water and milk and cook or peel vegetables. Private health insurance is recommended.
4: Currency/Exchanging Money There is no restriction on the importation of foreign currency. Under no circumstances should travelers change money in the streets - no matter what rate is advertised- as the chance are you will be cheated. Travelers are encouraged to exchange money at a bureau de change, which offer better rates than banks……………………
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