In a landmark event, the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) celebrated its 40th anniversary at the 40th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 28, 2023, unveiling a revitalized logo under the astute leadership of Chairman Wilbard Chambulo. The momentous occasion, held in Arusha and attended by industry stakeholders and government officials, highlighted TATO’s unwavering […]
On 21st March 2023, The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) declared the outbreak of Marburg Viral Disease (MVD) which has affected two wards of Bukoba District Council, Kagera region located in the North-Western part of the country. Following the outbreak, the Government of the URT has decided to implement and enhance public […]
Following the updated Travel Advisory no.12 valid for Mainland Tanzania from 12th January 2023, on 1st February 2023, the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar updated its Travel Advisory to No.15: All travelers entering including returning residents or transiting Zanzibar through sea ports or airports, advised to be fully vaccinated as per approved schedule of primary vaccination […]
On 12th January 2023, the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) issued updated Travel Advisory No.12 for Mainland Tanzania, replacing Travel Advisory No. 11 of 8th September 2022: Please download United Republic of Tanzania Travel Advisory No.12 here.
On 08th September 2022, the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) issued updated Travel Advisory No.11, effective from 15th September 2022: Travelers entering URT including Tanzanians, returning residents, truck drivers/crew and those in transit through land borders who are; a. Fully vaccinated (fully vaccinated means complete administered dose(s) of the vaccines as prescribed by manufacturer and […]
On 02nd August 2022 Zanzibar issued updated Travel Advisory No.11; fully vaccinated travelers are no longer requested to present a negative Covid-19 test to enter Zanzibar, and unvaccinated children below 12 years are not required to present any Covid-19 tests to enter Zanzibar. Please download Zanzibar Travel Advisory No.11 here.
On Friday, 10th June 2022, The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that the Order requiring persons to show a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before boarding a flight to the United States, will be rescinded, effective on June 12, 2022 at 12:01 AM ET. This means […]
TANZANIA’s tourism sector has recorded remarkable success in 2021 in terms of the number of visitors and revenue that went up by 76 per cent amid Covid – 19 pandemic. Read more here
Following last week’s Tanzania Travel Advisory No.10, fully vaccinated travelers are also no longer requested to present a negative Covid-19 test to enter Zanzibar. Please download Zanzibar Travel Advisory No.10 here.
A negative PCR test is no longer required for vaccinated travelers to enter Tanzania. Please read the extract from the official Government notice. The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) through Ministry responsible for Health (mainland) continues to enhance prevailing preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19 including those related to international travel. […]
Arusha. The Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (Tato) is seeking to convince the government to ease new Covid-19 restrictions to enable thousands of Israeli tourists to visit the country. Leading Israeli travel agents, who plan to bring nearly 2,000 tourists to Tanzania’s northern safari circuit in two months from August 2021, have written to Tato, asking […]
01 Sep 2020 AS the country’s tourism industry begins to recover with foreign arrivals increasing since June when the government lifted a temporary ban imposed on international airlines, United Nations Development Programme is backing efforts.UNDP in the country backed Tanzania Association of Tour Operators financially to convert a Toyota Landcruiser donated by Tanganyika Wilderness Camps, […]
FRIDAY August 28, 2020 The UN Development Programme (UNDP) has extended financial support to the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) to mitigate ripple effects of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic on the recovering tourism industry in Tanzania. Tanzania has since it opened its borders for tourists three months ago been struggling to revive its […]