Forever Nature

[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” gap=”10″ bg_type=”image” bg_image_new=”24413″ bg_image_repeat=”no-repeat” bg_override=”full” parallax_content=”off” fadeout_row=”off” enable_overlay=”enable_overlay_value” overlay_color=”rgba(12,13,13,0.4)” overlay_pattern=”transperant” overlay_pattern_opacity=”16″ overlay_pattern_attachment=”scroll” css=”.vc_custom_1651223579532{margin-bottom: 0px !important;padding-top: 100px !important;padding-right: 0px !important;padding-bottom: 100px !important;padding-left: 0px !important;}”][vc_column][boc_heading html_element=”h1″ alignment=”center” color=”#ffffff” font_size=”35px” css_classes=”text_transform”]TRAVEL GUIDE[/boc_heading][boc_divider divider_width=”100px” divider_position=”center” divider_color=”rgba(255,255,255,0.2)” margin_top=”0px”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1650886293688{padding-top: 80px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_row_inner css=”.vc_custom_1650550900568{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column_inner][boc_heading html_element=”h4″ color=”#ab8f63″ margin_bottom=”10px” font_size=”25px”]WE KNOW TANZANIA[/boc_heading][boc_divider divider_color=”#eeeeee”][vc_column_text]A safari is a once in a lifetime journey and planning it is part of the process. Although challenging at first, you will have all the support and dedication from our team of sales consultants. We will make sure that the preparation of your tour is as smooth, pleasurable and stress-free as possible.

Feel free to ask any question by email or phone. We will reply in hours or minutes! Our clear price structure and presentation will help you make all your decisions but it is normal for questions to come up. In this section we have summarised some of the most common ones. Reading our FAQ is always an excellent idea as there might be some details you haven’t yet thought about.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_row_inner gap=”20″][vc_column_inner css=”.vc_custom_1651224577332{padding-top: 30px !important;padding-right: 30px !important;padding-bottom: 30px !important;padding-left: 30px !important;}”][boc_heading html_element=”h4″ color=”#ab8f63″ margin_top=”20px” font_size=”20px” css_classes=”text_transform”]what you should know[/boc_heading][boc_divider divider_color=”#eeeeee”][boc_accordion_section rounded=”yes” border=”yes”][boc_accordion title=”TRANSPORT” is_open=”yes”]Tanzania uses 4 and 6 seaters Safari Vans or Land Cruiser 4 x 4 Custom- Made safari vehicles for airport transfers and transport to & from safari. All are equipped with communication systemVHS/BLU manned by professional English speaking driver-guides.

Included in our vehicles

  • Cooler Box/ Ice Box
  • Bottles of mineral water
  • Naturalist Guide
  • Guide Books
  • Binoculars

[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”ASSISTANCE”]You will be assisted and transported by our expert guides who are very familiar with wildlife, Culture and Tanzanian history.
Quotation – Net rates in US dollars[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”PASSPORTS & VISA ONLINE VISA (Apply)”]All visitors to Tanzania require a return or onward ticket and a valid passport with an entry or reentry visa, duly endorsed. Visas are not required for visitors from some Commonwealth countries and other specified countries. Visas can be obtained from any Tanzania Diplomatic or embassies in your country. Mission or Consulate abroad, and at main entry points including international airports, sea ports and border posts and the cost of visa is 50 dollars.Travellers passports should not expire before six months from the end of your travel. If you are travelling with children make sure to ask for all the required documents from your local police station. NB: We advise you to make some copies of your actual passport and visa before travelling.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”HEALTH”]Visitors originating from or transiting through countries endemic with yellow fever need to have valid vaccination certificates. Visitors arriving directly into Tanzania from say. Europe, the USA, Japan and other non-yellow fever areas are not required to produce vaccination certificates to gain entry. Visitors are advised to take anti-malaria tablets, wear long sleeved shirts, blouses, long pants and make use of mosquito nets and mosquito repellent where provided. Drink well sealed mineral water and avoid street foods, take with you necessary first-aid box.

NB: Comprehensive travel and medical insurance is recommended before travel.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”CUSTOMS”]Personal effects including binoculars, cameras, film, may be imported (temporarily) free of duty. A custom bond may be demanded from visitors bringing in professional video/filming equipment, radios, tape recorders and musical instruments to ensure the goods are re-exported. Firearms require a special permit that should be obtained in advance. Visitors buying local handicrafts must keep cash sales receipts and ownership certificates for wildlife trophies for presentation to Customs officials on departure. We advise you to carry emergency photo camera rolls, battery, battery recharger, video cassettes, and memory cards. It’s forbidden to take photos of public offices. Ask for permission before taking photos to people, in some cases you may be required to offer tips for those photos. For nocturnal animal photos in savanna, the camera should be without flash.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”CURRENCY”]The unit of currency is the Tanzania Shilling (Tshs) which is divided into 100 cents. Visitors can bring with them any amount of foreign currency but it is against the law to import or export Tanzania Currency. Foreign currency in cash or in travelers cheques may be exchanged at the commercial banks, authorised dealers, or at the bureau de changes operating at the international airports, major towns and border posts. In Tanzania 1 euro is around 2200 shillings, the major credit cards (Master Cards, Visa, American Express, Diner’s) are widely accepted in all major hotels and establishments, however you will need cash in hand because smaller shops only accept cash. Tipping: Most major hotels and restaurants include a service charge in the bill, although tip is not mandatory you may tip porters, waiters, drivers, guides, rangers etc at your discretion.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”DEPARTURES”]An airport tax of USD 30 is levied on all visitors departing the country by air. In many instances, this fee is included in your airline ticket. Baggage is weighed at check-in counters and may be inspected by Custom officials. Airport departure tax for domestic flights is about USD 6. All fees are subject to change.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”LUGGAGE”]Safari vehicles and small aircraft provide limited space for luggage. It is therefore recommended to travel with light bags since bulky suitcases will overload and might not be taken on board.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”CLIMATE”]The climate is tropical. The coastal areas are hot and humid with an average day temperature of 30 degrees centigrade. The central plateau is dry and arid with hot days and cool nights. In the northwest highlands around Arusha and Ngorongoro, the climate is temperate and cooler between June and September. The long rains are from March to May and the short rains fall between October and December. The hottest months are between October and February.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”CLOTHING”]Light tropical clothes, especially cotton slacks, shirts and skirts are most suitable (Khaki, Grey, Dark Green, Olive, Tans and Brown colors encouraged since they are friendly to nature). Some warm clothing is needed in the higher altitude areas around Ngorongoro Crater, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Arusha, especially in the evenings and early in the morning. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended on safari and guests are advised to carry some insect repellents. Visitors in Zanzibar are expected to dress modestly – avoid swim suits, miniskirts and other revealing clothing outside hotels, beaches and resorts. You can dress differently for special occasions; During safari non-synthetic comfortable fitting, neutral clothes (Khaki, Green or Brownish that are friendly to nature on safaris in the national park or game reserves, bright colored clothes like purple and red should be avoided. Pack a jersey, pullover, safari jacket, shorts, long trousers, short-sleeved safari shirts, long-sleeved safaris tops to protect you against mosquito bites. Light weight safari shoes or trainers, no heavy boots unless you are doing walking safari. Do not forget to carry safari hats, in luxury lodges and camps generally you have to dress formally for diner (trousers for men).If you wish to continue with beach holiday after your safari we advise you to have 2 bags: a soft bag for safari (max 15kg) and the beach suitcase that you will leave it to our staff on arrival at the airport. Our staff will help you find it in hotel on arrival from safari.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”FOOD”]Tanzania diet is comprised of food from different ethnic groups. The popular staple foods include: rice, beef, ugali (maize flour) chapatti (type of Indian bread), chicken, goat, fish, tilapia and assortment of fresh vegetables and fruits. Nyama choma is the famous national dish; a form of charcoal grilled beef or goat meat. Tanzania beers are also famous: Pilsner, Serengeti, Safari and Kilimanjaro.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”LANGUAGE”]The national language is Kiswahili but English is widely spoken and it is the language of the tourist trade and other international businesses. However, there are few multilingual operations staff usually the driver-guides.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”AIR TRAVEL”]Several international airlines operate flights into Tanzania through Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar International Airports. Travel within the country is by Air Tanzania (the national airline), Precision Air, Air Excel, Coastal Aviation, Zan Air, Regional Air, Tropical Air, Fast jet, and Auric Air.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”TIME”]Tanzania has only one time zone. Local time is GMT + 3 and Daylight Savings Time is not used.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”ELECTRICITY”]The current is 215 – 240 Volts, 50 Cycles AC/50 HZ. You will have to bring an universal adapter with you. We remind you that during safari, in many lodges and camps the generators are switched off between 23.00 pm and 10.00 am. We advise you to carry a torch-light with you.[/boc_accordion][boc_accordion title=”PHONE”]Tanzania has a very wide access in GSM cellular network. You can buy local calling cards to make your international calls or you can buy local sim cards, in this way you will not pay for the incoming calls you except for the calls you make. You can also make international calls from your hotel, cyber cafes, phone booths and other places that offer international calls.[/boc_accordion][/boc_accordion_section][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]