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Two words: Zanzibar and Kilimanjaro. These words conjure up the sprawling wildlife, the harsh sunlight, vast savannahs and exotic palm beaches that make up Tanzania. But these are what novice travellers know about the country…and unfortunately the entire continent. Tanzania deserves closer inspection because beyond what the guidebooks and tour guides will say, these will not be enough to cover the multi-faceted beauty and appeal of Tanzanian culture. Setting off to climb the big snow-capped mountain? Want to join the Nane Nane festival in Arusha?…READ MORE 

Tanzania is in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Kenya and Mozambique. Varies from tropical along coast to temperate in highlands. Plains along coast; central plateau; highlands in north, south. The official languages are Kiswahili and English. English is understood at business and official levels but is not spoken as well as in other parts of East Africa. Professional Tanzanians understand English, but many write and express themselves poorly. English is associated with the upper classes and government services. Kiswahili is more widespread, including the local media. A few basic phrases of Swahili are invaluable in business circles and Tanzanians show great appreciation if visitors learn a few words. Arabic is spoken on the island of Zanzibar. The main religions are Christianity, Islam. The economy of Tanzania is mostly based on agriculture, which accounts for more than half of the GDP, provides approximately 85% of exports, and employs approximately 80% of the workforce. The security risk for expatriates in Tanzania is medium. Risks include petty crime, armed robberies, sexual assaults, and the latent risk of terrorism. The population in Tanzania is 43.2 Mil (2014 est.), while the inflation rate is 6.4% (2014 est.)…..READ MORE

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Just south of the equator, Tanzania’s size means that the climate varies considerably within it. The coolest months occur during the northern hemisphere’s summer, and all-year round the weather remains pleasant and comfortable. Between June to October, temperatures range from around 10 degrees Celsius (50° Fahrenheit) in the northern highlands to about 23 degrees Celsius (73° Fahrenheit) on the coast. The main rainy season, or the ‘long rains’ falls from March till May. The long dry season lasts throughout June, July, August, September and October when rainfall is unusual, even on the islands. During November and December there’s another rainy season: the ‘short rains’. These are much lighter than the main rains and less reliable.

Visa Restrictions

Visa Restrictions


All British passport holders need a tourist or business visa to enter Tanzania. You should get one from the Tanzanian High Commission before you travel It is possible to get a tourist or business visa for a single entry on arrival at main ports of entry to Tanzania, but this is subject to the fulfilment of all immigration requirements. You won’t be able to get a multiple entry visa on arrival For further information about visas visit the Tanzanian Ministry of Home Affairs website. If you are planning to work or volunteer, you will need a valid work permit. Your employer or volunteer organisation should arrange this before you travel. From December 2015, Carrying on Temporary Assignment (CTA) passes are no longer valid. If you’re working on a short term assignment you must apply to the Ministry of Labour and Employment for a short term work permit. The application should be submitted prior to entering the country. If you overstay the validity of your visa or permit you can be arrested, detained and fined before being deported.

Passport validity

Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of your visa application.

Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office         US State Department         BBC World News         Al Jazeera