Staying in one place can be frustrating. But the good news is the world signs of recovery from the pandemic Coronavirus are starting to bubble up as we witness a gradual opening of international borders, easing travel restrictions, and several airlines have resumed international flight. Our urge for an escape vacation to connect with the world is now more vital than ever.
You probably had a bucket list destinations before the lockdown, and you are now wondering where to start while keeping in mind that your health safety is still a significant concern. Look no further as Tanzania has been and is always ready to welcome you back. The country has opened its sky for international visitors since June 2020. The government and tourism business operators have taken a logical step to prepare National Standard Operating Procedures for the Management of COVID -19 in the Tourism Business Operating (SOP), which has been in effect.
And the country is awarded a safe travel stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council. Major international airlines such as KLM, Qatar, and Ethiopian Airways have resumed their flight service to Tanzania. Tanzania assessed that the wild areas present the low risk to possible transmission of COVID-19 due to extremely low human population density, abundant fresh air, and a warm sunny climate. However, to address “What if I fall ill while in Tanzania,” Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO), The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, and the Ministry of Health of the Government of Tanzania collaborated in the setup containment and evacuation systems for tourist as explained by the Tanzania Government.
All travelers, entering or leaving the United Republic of Tanzania, will be subjected to screening for COVID-19 infection. There will be no 14 days mandatory quarantine upon arrival as again stated by the Government.
Are we there yet? Gain your confidence, sit tight, and buckle up as we are about to refresh your memory. Remember when you were talking about your upcoming trip to Tanzania. Telling your friends and family how you visualize yourself in the middle of Serengeti, “The animal’s paradise,” enjoying wildlife and landscape just as the Lion King movie, and you already feel an expert like “Timon and Pumbaa?” How about telling them you cannot wait to be sipping a glass of wine while diving in the most majestically African sunset and believe you have seen it all.
Well, the longing is over. You can now connect with the world and, at the same time, make your dream come true by arranging your safari to Tanzania, as the adventure awaits you.