Visas

Delegates are advised to have a valid visa before embarking on their journey to Tanzania. Visas can be acquired from any Tanzanian Embassy/High Commission, Consul General Office or Honorary Consul Offices.

Where Can I apply for a Visa?

There are 33 Tanzania diplomatic missions around the world where visa applications can also be made: Abu Dhabi – UAE, Abuja – Nigeria, Addis Ababa – Ethiopia, Beijing – China, Berlin – Germany, Brasilia – Brasil, Brussels – Belgium, Bujumbura – Burundi, Cairo – Egypt, Geneva – Switzerland, Harare – Zimbabwe, Tokyo – Japan, Kigali – Rwanda, Kinshasha – DRC, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia, Lilongwe – Malawi, London – UK, Lusaka – Zambia, Maputo – Mozambique, Mombasa – Kenya, Muscat – Oman, Moscow – Russia, Nairobi – Kenya, New Delhi – India, New York – USA, Otawa – Canada, Paris – France, Perth – Australia, Riyadh – Saudi Arabia, Rome – Italy, Pretoria – South Africa, Stockholm – Sweden and Washington DC- USA.

For a  list of countries that REQUIRE a Visa: download here.

Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Chad, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Equatorial Guinea, Kazakhstan Republic, Kyigten Republic, Lebanon, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Palestine, Senegal, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Somali land, Sierra Leone, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Stateless persons or persons with refugee status.

If your country is not listed above you will require a Valid Visa to enter Tanzania.

Visa fee is US$ 50 single entry and US$ 100 multiple entry for American and Canadian Citizens.

List of countries that do NOT require a visa: download here

Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, Ashmore & Certie Island, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Belize, Brunei, British Virgin Island, British Indian Ocean Territory, Botswana, Cyprus, Cayman Island, Channel Island, Cocoas Island, Cook Island, Christmas Island, Dominica, Falkland Island, Gambia, Ghana, Gibraltar, Grenada, Guernsey, Guyana, Heard Island, Hong Kong, Isle of man, Jamaica, Jersey, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Montserrat, Malaysia, Madagascar, Malta, Mauritius, Macao, Mozambique, Nauru, Naue Island, Norfolk Island, Namibia, Papua new Guinea, Rwanda , Romania, Ross Dependency, Samoa, Seychelles, Singapore, Swaziland, Solomon Island, St. Kitts&Navis, St. Lucia, St. Vicent, St. Helana, South African Republic, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos, Tokelan, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate

A valid yellow fever vaccination certificate must be presented at all points of entry into both Tanzania and Zanzibar, by ALL delegates coming from or have taken flights transiting through yellow fever prone zones before arriving to Tanzania.

 For more information on Visa required please visit:-

The United Republic of Tanzania, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation http://www.foreign.go.tz  and Tanzania Immigration Department http://www.immigration.go.tz

 

NB:  ALL THOSE USING EMERGENCY TRAVEL DOCUMENTS SHOULD FIRST VERIFY IF THEY REQUIRE VISAS TO VISIT BOTSWANA EVEN IF THEY APPEAR ON THE LIST OF VISA EXEMPTED COUNTRIES.

If you require further assistant, please contact the following person:
Ms. Catherine A. Kilinda

CREATES FNS
Email: Catherine.kilinda@nm-aist.ac.tz
Telephone: +255 755 550 366