Safety,Security & Insurance

March 12, 2023
Adventure Safaris

Is Tanzania a secure country to travel to? Tanzania is a safe country, in our opinion, and we take your safety while traveling there very seriously. On your Tanzania safari tours, you should be aware of the following safety regulations in Tanzania, which are stated in the instructions below.

Is Tanzania a safe place? is a question that the majority of our clients frequently ask us. Naturally, it is! According to our study, Tanzania is rated as a safe place to visit by Tanzania Safety Ratings, but we advise against walking alone at night or in uncharted areas because it can be dangerous.

According to some recent data, the Tanzania Safety Index is at 42.32. Tanzania is safe to travel to, according to expats who have left the nation.


According to Tanzania Safety and Security recommendations, you should conceal your personal goods, including pricey items like cameras, iPods, smartphones, etc., even if minor crimes can still be an issue in the nation. It is not advisable to carry these items when using a bus or other kind of public transit; instead, take a taxi to be safe, especially after 7 p.m. Tanzania Safety Travel can be secured by leaving these priceless belongings in the safe and secure locations of your individual hotels.


Priorities for Tanzania’s health and safety must come first. Before traveling to Tanzania, the Tanzanian government advises getting vaccinated against Tetanus, Hepatitis B, Yellow Fever, Rabies, Diphtheria, Polio, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, and Meningitis. Also we advise you to bring a small medical kit with any essential medications you might require, such as antacids, pain relievers, antihistamines, and cold medications. Also, especially if you’re traveling with kids, we advise you to bring anti-diarrhea medication like Imodium (for adults only) and oral rehydration sachets like Electrolade. Band-Aids, antiseptic, and dressings should all be included in your first aid kit. Also, we advise you to ask your doctor to prescribe a broad-spectrum antibiotic that can be used to treat serious infections or dysentery.


Travel insurance is required for participation in our excursions. We might not allow you join us on our excursion if you don’t have insurance. Remember that most of our trip packages do not include insurance. This service is available as an extra add-on.
The costs of evacuation and repatriation, emergency medical care for any injuries, cancellation and curtailment fees, as well as any reasonable costs, should all be covered by this insurance.
If you plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, your insurance plan should include coverage for helicopter evacuation and high-altitude trekking (up to 6,000 m/1958 f).
Also, you should confirm that the insurance coverage you have in place offers enough protection against all other pertinent risks. Also, it is your duty to keep your insurance company adequately aware of your trip intentions, including the kind of risks and dangers you will be subject to.
Your obligation is to notify your insurance company of any insurance case that occurs and to follow all indemnification/reimbursement processes in that event. Our aid will be reasonable, but we won’t be held accountable for the insurance claim’s success in any way.