Can Americans travel to Tanzania?

Yes! There are currently no restrictions for US citizens traveling to Tanzania.

Tanzania COVID guidelines as of Sep 16 2020

  • International flights officially resumed on 18 May 2020;
  • All travelers entering The United Republic of Tanzania will undergo temperature screening upon arrival and must complete a Health Declaration form to be submitted upon entry;
  • There are no self-quarantine requirements for travelers arriving into the country who are not showing any COVID-19 symptoms; 
  • Negative COVID-19 test results and certificates are not required for any travelers;
  • All arriving passengers are to wear masks for travel and dispose of them when exiting the airport; 
  • Sanitizers are placed throughout airports and all airport staff are to be monitored for symptoms of COVID-19; 
  • Hotels, lodges, and restaurants have reopened, with social distancing measures and increased health and safety measures in place; 
  • Face masks are to be worn by all people at all times in public places; and 
  • Social distancing of 1.5 m apart is required at all times. 
  • You will be required to fill out a Health Surveillance Form which will be distributed on the plane.

Some airlines required COVID tests

Be careful, while Tanzania doesn’t require a COVID test some of the airlines still do.

Ethiopian and Emirates airline are requiring a COVID test 72 hours before travel.

KLM and Qatar do not require COVID tests.

Read all the details on the American Embassy in Tanzania website.

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