How safe is Tanzania?

Recall the old adage ‘health is wealth’?

It rings particularly true when on a safari or a holiday. Your TanzaniaSafety is compromised and out goes your chance of a dream Tanzania Safari Tours and shot at some real adventure. Now that's not a particularly uplifting thought, is it? Worry not. Follow our lead and secure your memorable safari. Adhering to the following precautions and procedures can reduce your risks and accord to good protection. To begin with A comprehensive and travel and health insurance is a must.

The climate in Tanzania is warm and humid and is conducive for a host of tropical diseases. Get the mandatory and required shots before you undertake the trip.

Are Tanzania Safari tours safe?

The Tanzania Safari Toursare perfectly safe and secure as long as you are careful and follow standard safety procedures. The following things can be done for TanzaniaSafety:

  • Avoid drinking tap waterand ice in drinks for your Tanzania Health and Safety. Use bottled or filtered water to drink and brush. Carry water purification tablets,
  • Do not bathe in rivers or lakes there is a significant danger from wildlife as well as water-borne diseases such as bilharzias.
  • Always follow your driver or guide's advice when on a safari or around wildlife for your Tanzania Tourism Safety.
  • Don't venture out on your own in the safari. Get the Tanzania Safari Guide before start your visit!
  • Don't annoy, provoke or attract the attention of any wild animal. They are called wild for a reason.

Steer clear of Hippos and have your boots on a walking safari

  • Broad brimmed hat, good quality sunglasses and sun block lotion chap stick with SPF to protect yourself from sunburns and sunstrokes
  • Be discreet with cash, and expensive jewellery
  • Don't venture to dark alleys or deserted suburbs on your own after dark for your Tanzania Safety and Security.
  • The roads are bad and self-driving can be risky, especially after dark. Mugging and carjacking are not unheard of

What are the Vaccination guidelines in Tanzania?

Be a responsible tourist and get all the necessary and mandatory vaccinations

For youTanzaniaSafetythere are some Vaccines recommended by WHO:

  • Diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis; Measles-mumps-rubella (MMR); Hepatitis A; Polio; Typhoid
  • Boosters for tetanus, diphtheria, and measles are recommended if already vaccinated
  • Mandatory vaccines-Rabies, Influenza, Cholera, Hepatitis B
  • Malaria and other mosquito-borne diseases are prevalent throughout Tanzania.

Carry anti-malaria tablets and take precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes.

  • The prophylactic regime should be taken without missing doses. Use insect repellent, wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers in evenings and utilize mosquito nets.

Apart from this you should look after your Food Safety in Tanzania. Eat from hygienic and clean restaurants and avoid street food. Taste all delicious and mouth numbing Tanzanian Cuisine but with caution of hygiene.

Do women travellers feel safe in Tanzania?

Most of our female clients ask us - Is It Safe to Travel to Tanzania? The answer is yes! Women can safely travel in Tanzania as it is a safe country to visit. However they need to take the standard precautions to avoid any unforeseen circumstances.

As the country is Muslim dominated and 99% of the population follows Islamic religion, the people of Tanzania are traditional to say the least.

Women therefore to respect their culture can avoid wearing revealing clothes like short shirts and halter tops. Here the local women generally dress conservatively, and cover up their shoulders and legs.

How safe are Children in Tanzania?

It’s absolutely safe to travel around in Tanzania with children accompanied by their parents or guardians. They must however refrain from any risky adventure and follow common precautions to stay risk –free.

The country hosts some of the best wildlife reserves and natural parks; Tanzania is increasing becoming a Disney land of safari tours for children.

There is however some age restriction on safari tours in Tanzania especially while travelling on open safari vehicles. Children between 6 to 12 years may join a safari tour in Tanzania at the discretion the professional game ranger in charge.

Travel Carefree with Lifetime Safaris!

While travelling to Tanzania with Lifetime Safaris, you can peacefully journey through carefree. We take up the responsibility of all your luggage and belongings and strive towards making your Tanzania Safari Toursmemorable. Our travel guides have immense knowledge about Tanzania Safaris and they will provide you with fun and exciting information about the countries vivid destinations which you would have never heard of.

Lifetime Safaris is delighted to provide you with the best Tanzania Safari Tips so that your travel to this amazing wild land of East Africa is fruitful and successful. We also clear all doubt of our clients in our Tanzania Safari Faq's page where most important Tanzania safari queries are discussed. If you still have any doubts, you can contact our travel safari experts for the same.

So don't wait longer and start planning with us your safari trip today!

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