New Norms for Safer Tourism in Tanzania

Updated: Jul 28, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent economies reeling with several businesses taking blows. Tourism and Aviation industries were worst hit due to safety concerns and consistent lockdowns. However, one thing to take away from the pandemic is that we need to learn to live in this new world to ensure that there is no economic meltdown. While several vaccine trials have already started by now, a new future emerges where new rules and norms have been standardized. A hopeful future is what we, at Trip Quest Safaris, look forward to with the slow, but a safe revival of tourism.

With the spread of the virus almost contained in Tanzania, on 1st June 2020, The United Republic of Tanzania announced the reopening of its border to tourists with specific standard operating procedures (SOP) provided by the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) and MoHCDEC (Ministry of Health Community Development, Gender, Elderly, and Children). Air travel has also resumed with several international flights operating at Dar Es Salaam and Kilimanjaro Airports.

Hand Sanitizer and Face Masks
Hand Sanitizer and Face Masks are Mandatory

Your well being & health is Trip Quest Safaris priority. We strictly adhere to SOPs to keep our clients & our staff safe. We have introduced new norms with regard to how your travel + lodging will be handled from arrival until departure.