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Travel to Tanzania

When traveling with Kilimanjaro Brothers’ you empower directly young Tanzania youth; money spend with us is used to train and build our skills in English, first aid, money management, HIV and computer skills as well as purchases rescue equipment, insurance for guides and porters, and the remaining one percent supports community based environmental conservation initiatives that upgrade the living standard of all

The job ahead is challenging! To do it effectively, we will need your support.

Visa & Immigration

In Tanzania, visas are required by most foreign nationals whether visiting for a holiday or to conduct business.

Tanzania does permit visa free travel for a period of up to three months to some foreign nationals, mainly those from African and Asian countries however in most cases, with the exceptions of Kenya and Uganda, these visitors will still to obtain entry permit clearance. A Global Visas immigration will be able to advice you of the exact visa requirements for citizens of your country of residence traveling to Tanzania.

Visit our online Tanzania visa assessment form now to get started on your visa application. Our assessment form is quick and easy to complete, just answer a few simple questions and one of our immigration consultants will respond to your inquiry.

Type of VISA for Tanzania

Tourist, Business, Research etc

For foreign nationals from countries who do not receive the three-month visa exemption it will be necessary to apply for a Tanzanian visa.

Tanzanian Tourist visa
In Tanzania, tourist visas may be issued as single or multiple entry permits and are valid for a maximum period of three or six months respectively. As with short-term visit visas and business visas is many destinations, these time limits are the maximum period for visas may be granted but do not necessarily reflect the grant that will be issued.
Requirements:
– Photocopy of round-trip, airline tickets or itinerary.
– Photocopy of the statement showing sufficient funds for the trip.

Tanzanian Business visa
Tanzanian business visas are also issued for either a single entry of multiple entries and are granted a maximum duration of three of six months. As with short term business visit visas in most destinations a visa of this kind does not constitute a work permit or employment visa and does not entitle the holder to work in Tanzania whether in paid or unpaid employment.
Business visas are a temporary immigration solution designed to allow applicants to engage in a range of business related activities including attending meetings and business conferences and researching potential buyers or suppliers.
Requirements:
– A letter on company letterhead addressed to the Embassy of Tanzania, Visa Section, Tanzania High Commission / Embassy your applying, signed by the company executive, stating the nature of the business, duration of the trip, companies to be visited, guaranteeing sufficient funds.

Traveler’s code of conduct

Travel is a natural right of all people and is a crucial ingredient of world peace and understanding. With that right come responsibilities. Whenever you travel, on business, pleasure or a bit of both, always stop and think:

Leave no trace: Respect the fragile earth – both land and sea. Always follow designated paths. Do not disturb animals, plants or their natural habitat. Leave no litter or graffiti. Keep noise to an appropriate level. Remember, we have not inherited the earth from our ancestors – we just borrow it from our children.

Respect the culture:

Respect local traditions and customs by dressing and acting appropriately and taking care not to offend. Always ask before photographing and or filming people. Avoid taking photos and getting copies later. Do not make promises you can’t keep. Do not trespass. You are the guest respect your host.

Learn from residents:

Travel with a spirit of humility and with a genuine desire to learn more about the people of your host country, their customs, history, culture, language and the natural environment. Make an effort to learn a few basics in the local language – it will be appreciated. Avoid making judgments without understanding the issues. Discover the enrichment of seeing a different way of life through other eyes.