Tanzania is considered to be generally safe; however extra care should be taken in Zanzibar and Dar Es Salaam.

We strongly recommend that you take anti-malaria tablets. Besides taking them whilst on safari, you must continue to take them for a further 6 weeks after your departure from Tanzania. If, on your return home, you develop influenza symptoms, please see your doctor immediately as you may have contracted malaria. Regulations and requirements may be subject to change at short notice and you are advised to contact your travel agents or airlines or local mission of United Republic of Tanzania to avoid inconvenience.
Health Control Tanzania Mainland requires:
· A valid yellow fever vaccination certificate. This Yellow Fever certificate it is only needed if one has traveled to endemic areas, if direct from US/Uk/Canada/Europe they do not need yellow fever vaccination certificate.
· Cholera vaccination certificate is not required but is recommended.

Drink only boiled or bottled water, bottled or canned drinks. If camping,bring your own drinking water and all other camping provisions.