Tanzania is a Beautiful Place to visit, It is a destination that will fulfill all your Safari expectations. But  before you pack to visit this dream destination Your health and safety Comes first. Here’s a comprehensive guide to vaccinations, health and safety  consideration as you visit Tanzania.

Vaccinations: Essential shields On Safari

Tanzania does not have a list of mandatory vaccines for all travelers arriving in the country, however there’s one crucial Vaccine that you definitely need to consider and that is Yellow Fever

Yellow fever

Proof of Yellow fever vaccination is mandatory if  you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission, or transiting from such a country for more than 12 hours.

Health Tips to remember on safari

  • Consult a travel doctor well in advance to discuss about your safari to Tanzania ideally four to eight weeks before and receive personalized recommendations
  • Inform your Doctor of any pre-existing medical conditions and medications you take for them to advise you if it is safe to travel.

Safety on Tanzania safari

Tanzania is a safe destination for tourists, but like any other travel destination it is essential to exercise caution. Safety Considerations to consider when on Safari include:

  • Always Stay Hydrated.

The Tanzanian sun may be intense especially during dry season. Dehydration can sneak up on you quickly ,leading to headaches and fatigue which may be a barrier to your safari. Additionally, Safari involves various activities that may need you to stay hydrated.

  • Food safety

During your safari it is essential to consume food from the lodges that you have booked or have been booked by your tour operator. Avoid street food and uncooked items.

  • Medical Kit

Pack essential medications like painkillers, antibacterials and basic wound care supplies

Embracing Proactive health measures and safety protocols ensures you Tanzania safari unfolds seamlessly

Covid-19

The COVID-19 Pandemic has been a huge game-changer for the tourism industry worldwide, and Tanzania is no exception. Ensuring that our guests and staff are as protected and healthy as possible has become our top priority.

All of our staff have been trained by officials from Tanzania’s Ministry of Health on the necessary procedures to follow to ensure your safety. At the same time, we highly recommend that you follow the health and travel advice of relevant authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC (Center for Disease Control).

We encourage wearing masks, using hand sanitizer frequently, and maintaining social distancing at all times. Importantly, if there are any additional safety measures that we can implement to make you feel safer and/or more comfortable, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

COVID-19

The COVID-19 Pandemic has been a huge game changer for the tourism industry worldwide, and Tanzania is no exception. Ensuring that our guests and staff are as protected and healthy as possible has become our top priority.
All of our staff have been trained by officials from Tanzania’s Ministry of Health on the necessary procedures to follow to ensure your safety. At the same time, we highly recommend that you follow the health and travel advice of relevant authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC (Center for Disease Control).
We encourage wearing masks, using hand sanitizer frequently, and maintaining social distancing at all times. Importantly, if there are any additional safety measures that we can implement to make you feel safer and/or more comfortable, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

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