It is dangerous to travel to tanzania
As we have told you, the current situation is stabilizing in order to reduce the number of cases worldwide. It is of vital importance that we all respect the rules established by the different governments in continuous collaboration with the WHO. It is our responsibility to follow all these guidelines until an effective vaccine against this virus is developed.
From Kilakitu Safaris we hope that all of you are in good health and that you are looking forward to travel with our African safaris and organized trips around the world. For our part, we are working so that, when this situation calms down, you will have, as always, a wide variety of tailor-made adventure trips at your disposal. Soon we will all be back!
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In terms of health, the first thing the Ministry stresses is that “it is advisable to take out travel insurance to Tanzania with the highest possible coverage”. This is so, in addition to the coronavirus crisis (which we will talk about later), because of other diseases that are frequent in the country. For example, malaria is endemic and there are also cases of cholera, diphtheria and dengue fever. On the other hand, he indicates that “Quality medical services are scarce. For any serious problem, it is advisable to leave the country. Traveling with good insurance in Tanzania is, of course, essential.
In the big cities it is true that you have to be careful, especially at night and in isolated areas. However, you will be able to walk through the center of places like Arusha and Dar es Salaam without feeling insecure. As in any place, try not to be ostentatious and be aware of your valuables. There are people who will approach you to sell you souvenirs, tours or guide you, perhaps in some cases too insistently. However, with a little right-handedness, nothing is bound to go wrong.
Tanzania travel tips
However, this does not mean that we should not take the corresponding precautions when visiting the country. So be sure to read on to find out everything you need to know about it.
The answer is yes, Namibia is a safe country. Unlike other countries like South Africa, your safety will not be compromised during your trip. The political situation in the country is quite stable, and there have never been any known kidnappings or murders of tourists.
In terms of health care, Namibia also differs from other countries in the region. In the capital you will find good doctors and well-equipped private hospitals. In addition, the vast majority of medical care cases that have occurred have been caused by accidents, not diseases.
This includes traffic accidents, as road conditions are not ideal and can occur with considerable frequency. It is best to hire a local guide who knows the roads and with whom you can move around the country safely.
How safe is it to travel to tanzania
Although the decision to travel is the sole responsibility of the traveler, the Foreign Ministry “strongly urges” that citizens refrain from visiting certain countries, those that, either because of epidemics or terrorist threats are considered “unsafe” by the authorities.
In addition, the authorities recommend traveling with extreme caution and avoiding travel to contiguous areas where unrest and terrorist attacks have been reported, such as in Mali, Kenya and Ethiopia.
The political, economic and social crisis that Venezuela is going through has increased insecurity, mainly in Caracas, with one of the highest crime rates in the world, so Foreign Affairs advises to maximize precautions in case of traveling to the South American country.
The conflict in eastern Ukraine, with clashes between insurgents and the Ukrainian Army, is the main reason why it is not advisable to travel to the provinces of Donetsk and Lugansk, and to approach military installations in the southeast of the country.