|Single-entry tourist visa||Tourism||90 days|
|Multiple-entry tourist visa||Tourism||12 months|
|Business visa||Business Activities||Varies|
|Transit visa||Passing through Tanzania||7 days|
Ace Tip: Visa requirements and fees can change, so it’s best to check with your local Tanzanian embassy or consulate for the latest information.
A valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining beyond the date of entry to Tanzania.
A completed visa application form, which can usually be downloaded from the Tanzanian embassy or consulate website.
One or two recent passport-sized photographs, depending on the type of visa being applied for. Proof of payment for the visa fee, which can be in the form of cash, credit card, or money order depending on the embassy or consulate.
For tourist visas, proof of travel arrangements such as flight tickets or a travel itinerary.
Note: Remember that additional documentation or requirements may vary depending on the applicant’s nationality and the type of visa being applied for. It is recommended to check with the Tanzanian embassy or consulate for specific information.
|Types of Visa||Fees ( USD)|
|Tourist Visa||$50 – $100 depending on nationalities|
|Business Visa||$250 for all nationalities|
|Transit Visa||$30 for all nationalities|
|Volunteer Visa||Varies by embassy/consulate and nationality ($50 for most nationalities, $100 for US citizens)|
Hopefully, you have found it helpful! And, if you’re planning for a Tanzania Safari, make sure to check the visa requirements and application procedures well in advance to ensure a smooth and hassle-free travel experience. Contact the Tanzanian embassy or consulate in your country for more information and assistance.
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