Tanzania is open for travel. Airlines are starting to fly into Kilimanjaro, the gateway for safaris in northern Tanzania. We've put together a suggested itinerary for anyone considering an escape from our current situation. The safari is on a private basis so you have your own vehicle and guide through out, staying in small, remote luxury tented style camps, with all current safety & hygiene standards met.
Here are the protocols, and what to expect in Tanzania.
We encourage all guests to apply and process their Tanzania visas online before travel. We will provide the link to the visa application process. This will limit contact on arrival at the airport. All arrivals into Tanzania will be subjected pre-arrival checks and temperature readings at airports by immigration oﬃcials.
Staﬀ have all received detailed training on social distancing measures and safe interaction with our guests. We will be welcoming you with open hearts, but there will be no handshakes, social distancing guidelines will be adhered to, and strict luggage handling procedures are in place which our team will explain on arrival. On arrival in camp every guest will have their temperature taken by our camp managers, using a digital handheld temperature scanner. Once guest rooms have been cleaned and disinfected, the rooms will be closed, and the guests will be the ﬁrst people to enter their rooms.
Camp crews will be operating in teams who will arrive in camp in two-week isolation rotations. While in isolation each team will have no access to other teams, front of house, or guests until they have completed their two-week isolation and have passed daily temperature checks. Once they have completed their two week isolation and are working in camp, all staﬀ will continue to have their temperatures checked daily. Our staﬀ have received thorough training on our new procedures, so that we are best able to look after our guests and our crew as safely as possible.
Our safari kitchens have always worked to the strictest international health and hygiene standards and will continue to do so with additional sanitisation practices and checks in place across all camps. All meals in camp will be served privately to each group with tables in the eating areas safely distanced from neighbouring tables. Meals will all be plated or brought to tables in individual serving dishes, and no buﬀets will be served.
All rooms will be cleaned, sanitized and disinfected between guests. New guests will be the ﬁrst people into the room after cleaning. Room ‘Cleaning Hot Spots,’ which are areas requiring additional cleaning, have been identiﬁed and will sit alongside individual check lists held and checked by our managers. Camp staﬀ will be equipped with special PPE to keep them safe when cleaning and handling guest items such as laundry, baggage and emptying waste bins from rooms.
All safari vehicles will be cleaned and sanitized before each activity and kitted out with disinfectants and hand sanitizers. Our camp game drive cars will be allocated on a private basis - just you and your guide.
Activities while on safari with us such as sundowners, walking safaris and bush meals will be set up privately per vehicle.
Despite the changes our world faces, our guests will still experience wildly exceptional safaris.
FI: Fully Inclusive - Bed, All Meals, Fees and Activities
FB+: Full Board Plus - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, Lunch and Activities
11 Days / 10 Nights
Reference Number: Tanzania
Based on travel in November 2020, with two people traveling together on the same itinerary, staying in a twin/double room.
- US$8,559.00 per person
- 10 nights accommodation.
- All meals whilst at safari camps & lodges.
- All relevant park fees (one Ngorongoro Crater day permit).
- Private guide, vehicle & activities through out the safari
- Airline flights to Africa.
- Visa fees for Tanzania.
- Olduvai Gorge entrance fee.
- Additional optional activities, such as Serengeti balloon flight.
- Items of a personal nature.
- Staff & guide gratuities.
- Travel insurance, including emergency medical and trip cancellation or interruption coverage.
- Costs related to any changes made to the itinerary once in Africa.
- Any costs associated with flight delays or cancellations.
- Any new taxes imposed by the local governments prior to your arrival date.