COVID ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TANZANIA & ZANZIBAR
TANZANIA COVID ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Latest COVID entry requirements for tourists traveling into Tanzania after 12 January 2023.
As per entry requirements on 12 January 2023, the major points for our tourists to consider when traveling to Tanzania are:
You can read the full updated Tanzanian Mainland document by clicking here.
ZANZIBAR COVID ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
As per entry requirements on 12 August 2022, the major points for our tourists to consider when traveling to Zanzibar are:
A. Fully vaccinated* – will be exempted from both RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen Test requirements. Travellers will be required to present a valid vaccination certificate with QR code for verification upon arrival. The only accepted vaccines are those which have been approved by the United Republic of Tanzania and the World Health Organization (list here: https://extranet.who.int/pqweb/sites/default/files/documents/Status_COVID_VAX_02March2022.pdf). * Fully vaccinated means complete administered dose(s) of the vaccines as prescribed by manufacturer and approved by the World Health Organization.
B. Not fully vaccinated or un-vaccinated (including those not eligible for vaccination) will be required to present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or NAATs certificate with a QR code obtained within 72 hours before departure.
C. Not fully vaccinated and have no negative COVID-19 RT- PCR certificate (including unvaccinated and those not eligible for vaccination due to their country policies) will be tested for COVID 19 upon arrival using a RT- PCR at a cost of $100 USD.
These are the entry requirements for Tanzania and Zanzibar only and your airlines, origin country, transit or return countries requirements may also be applicable to your travel.This is only designed as a guide and accurate as of the date stated above / latest notice issued by the government. You will need to reconfirm if these rules are applicable at the time of your entry and we accept no responsibility for changed or incorrect information