Advice for visiting Tanzania
Here they are, some advices by a The Goodwill Ambassador of Tanzania Tourist Board: Dr. Judith Raymond Mushi
Here my advice!
Try to organise your vaccinations at least 3 to 5 weeks before,
this will help you much. Many people do the vaccinations last
minute and affected them to all their traveling and holiday.
All doctors the do advice to do vaccinations but personally regarding Malaria the vaccinations are not 100% guarantee.
It is good before you fly back home to check your malaria and having treatment there in case.
And always make sure you travel with insurance and consult your medical doctor for some health advice before your travel.
The most wonderful time: immigration period March to May but lots of rainfall and most of services are closed. If you can it is unforgettable life time experience ever.
Visit the classic safari game drive Serengeti, Ngorongoro and the
southern circuit, the big Ruaha and Selous and finish with beaches
But not forget to Cultural tourism a day with Swahili cultures or Massai culture stay and live with Tanzanian will make you part of citizens than just simple tourist.
Do not also miss the small parks, other attraction like Mt
Kilimanjaro for those like to have trekking or climbers.
Remember Tanzania is immense country, empowered by nature and more than 125 different tribes and culture. Take time! We advise minimum of stay at least 2 to 3 weeks.
We advise to apply visa from your country than at your arrival in Tanzania. It help you to save your time and fatigue as sometimes it may takes you hours to have your visa at airport.
Tanzania we have no records of high crimes, but you should remain
vigilant at all times as it can be to any other country.
Do not walk with big money and live your passport at hotel and walk with ID or the Photocopy."