Tanzania Travel Advisories

 

TANZANIA TRAVEL ADVISORY NO. 5, published 5th August 2020

All travellers whose airline or country of departure requires a negative COVID-19 test result as a condition for departure must also present this test result on entry into Tanzania. Travellers from other countries who show COVID-19 symptoms will be subjected to an extended examination and if necessary a PCR test. A quarantine obligation no longer exists.

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA TRAVEL ADVISORY N0.4 

was published on 20th July 2020. The main features state that there is no quarantine for arrivals in Tanzania unless you display symptoms of coronavirus upon arrival. All travellers must carry an official COVID-19 clearance certificate issued within 72 hours of travel. Screening procedures will be conducted on arrival.

Video from the Tanzania Tourist Board:

 

 

As COVID-19 continues to spread. This COVID-19 assessment and screener wants to help you and your loved ones to check symptoms and find out what to do next.

 


 

TANZANIA TRAVEL ADVISORY NO. 3 of 18th May 2020

On 18th May the Ministry of Health has removed the requirement for travellers entering Tanzania to undergo 14 days quarantine.

 

 


TANZANIA TRAVEL ADVISORY NO. 2 of 4th April 2020

covid 19 2

 

 


 

 

Helpful to check potential COVID-19 symptoms and understand what to do next.

 


 

 

 Angel in the snow

Raymond in the snow at Uhuru Peak
- Raymond G. Kileo on summitting Kilimanjaro at turn of the year 2017/2018 -

 

 

 

 

Yoga exercise

 

having fun on the mountain

 


 

 

 

Hyena and Kileo Tours

Our logo – Why to choose a hyena

Africa is full of fantastic animals, especially the big five:
lion, elephant, cape buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros.

But at second glance you will find other wonderful and interesting animals. The hyena is Africa's most common large carnivore. Hyenas have always had the reputation to be foul-smelling scavengers and underhand thieves. However, hyenas are also characterized as highly talented team workers and excellent hunters, maybe even the best hunters of all. As hyenas are also scavengers, they play an important role as a kind of sanitary police not only for the preservation of the ecosystems but in the long run also for human beings. Hyenas are very social, intelligent and communicative animals. Through specific calls, postures and signals they communicate with each other. They quickly make their various intentions known to other members of the clan, or to outsiders.
During your time in Africa we want to be your clan. With communication and respect for each other and the overwhelming nature of Africa we want to give you an experience you will never forget.

 Yours

 Jerome Kileo

 PS: All photos at this website are taken during our tours.

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