Tanzania Is A Safari Destination...
Is Tanzania safe? As the U.S. Department of State lifted the “reconsider travel” warning for Tanzania Safari Tours? Is the Serengeti National Park Safari safe for Solo female and LGBTQ+ travelers?
Yes! Tanzania, in our opinion, is safe to visit. Even more so if you decide to book an organized safari. Yes, it is safe for solo female and LGBTQ+ travelers, if you choose the right Tanzania Travel Operator.
Yes! The USA has given a green signal to all the Americans looking to Travel to Africa.
With reduced coronavirus limitations, Tanzania is finally unlocked. So, you can go on Tanzania Holidays! With new Covid-19 guidelines on health and safety in Tanzania in place, get ready to embark on a life-altering and soul-searching journey to Tanzania Safari Tours.
It is essential to be well prepared before going on a Tanzania safari. Together, we’ll find out how to get to this country, Tanzania’s safety and security, maintain your health, avoid diseases, and provide all the information you need for a safe trip to Tanzania. Plus we will highlight a few safety tips for your Tanzania Safari.
You can easily travel to Tanzania by sea and air. There are three possible airports to land at Dar es Salaam International Airport (DIA), Zanzibar International Airport (ZIA), and Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA).
Passenger liners, ocean freighters, ferries, and steamers connect the port city of Dar es Salaam and the island of Zanzibar to other destinations. The ferry services like MS Sepideh runs services between Tanzania and Mombasa. Ferry services run regularly on Lake Tanganyika, connecting Bujumbura, Kigoma, and Mpulungu.
The Tanzanian Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has left no stone unturned in their preparation to open the country’s borders safely post COVID-19 lockdown. Thus, all the necessary measures are in place to make sure your Tanzania Safari Tours is safe.
Your Tanzania Safari Guide will explain and shot everything out for you at the beginning of Tanzania Safari Tours. So Rest assured your Serengeti Safari experience will be totally hassle-free and every bit magical.
Your Tanzania Safari Guide is in charge of your safety and wellbeing. So, you should always adhere to his instructions and follow the park rules. If you are on a self-drive safari, do not leave your car outside designated areas and never approach animals too close.
Most crime in Tanzania happens in cities. Petty theft and pickpocketing are quite common. But violent crime is very rare. You are highly unlikely to encounter any problems on a guided tour. It is safe to take a walk around your city on your own as long as you follow a few simple safety precautions:
Imagine your luxury tent in the morning and stepping straight out onto the plains of the Serengeti. This is possible because the mobile camps follow the migration throughout the year. Basically, they have two or three ideal locations. All the mobile camps are safe and tented so as to provide a more authentic and ‘real’ safari experience without compromising Luxury. Imagine your luxury tent in the morning and stepping straight out onto the plains of the Serengeti.
Permanent camps are in fixed locations throughout the year. Thus might not be an ideal option to witness the migration. The other animal population is so high in the Serengeti Nation Park. Even though these camps may not have the migration near to them for a few months of the year or so. But you can still expect to see plenty of predators and other plains game. Because the animal population is so high in the Serengeti Nation Park.
The lodges and camps on the Serengeti National Park Safari do vary in price considerably, ranging from more affordable camps to the highly luxurious and pricey lodges. No matter your budget, all of the camps will adhere to every guideline of Tanzania Safety and Securities.
I hope you found your own solution to the questions “Is Tanzania a safe place for tourists? Is Tanzania the country where I want to spend my next holiday?”
Your safety and comfort are our biggest priorities. While planning your Tanzania Safari Tours, your Tanzania Travel Guide will provide you comprehensive advice on safety and security in Tanzania. During your tour, your local Tanzania Safari guide would be happy to assist you with anything you need. Contact Lifetime Safaris today for a personalized and completely safe Tanzania Travel itinerary.