Safe together, safe travels
with Golden Dream Safaris
We try our best to keep this information up to date and correct, but things change rapidly. Please check with your airline and destination country before departure.
Tanzania requires a negative PCR test result, taken not more than 72 hours before arrival. Your airline might have stricter terms so check with them as well.
Upon arrival when checking temperatures, a rapid test of $25 might be taken as well.
PCR TESTS are available in hospitals in Tanzania for 100 USD.
RAPID TEST on top of the PCR test are available at Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam Airports (25 USD) (doesn't replace PCR test but is complementary).
Results are given within 48 hours.
The date on your test result is the date on which the lab tested your swab, not the date on which the swab was taken.
Rapid test results within 4 hours. Please go to the airport at least 5 hours in advance.
100 USD for the PCR Test.
25 USD for the rapid test.
Cash is preferred at hospitals yet cards are accepted as well
HOW TO GET TESTED
Go to the hospital.
Line 1: Pay (100 USD) and get receipt (keep receipt safe)
Line 2: Submit personal & flight information
Line 3: Declare how you want to get results (email or WhatsApp)
Swabs are taken from throat and nose and you're done!
The lab is now testing your swab. This may take up to 48 hours. The date on your test is the date the lab did the test, not the date the swabs were taken. You can comply with test requirements.
Get the results via WhatsApp or email.
WHERE TO GET TESTED
Mount Meru Regional Hospital
Arusha Lutheran Medical Center
Mawenzi Regional Hospital (Kilimanjaro)
DAR ES SALAAM
Amana Regional Hospital
Emergency Operation Centre( Lumumba)
Global Hospital( Vuga)
North Valley Hospital ( Nungwi)
Register via the normal website and follow instructions.
An extra handling fee of 17 USD is charged for taking a test to Serengeti.
REGULATIONS & PRECAUTIONS
Masks are not required during your trip, yet can be worn.
Most activities are outdoors and during safari the windows and roofs are usually open.
Hands should be washed and sanitized regularly, both by the clientele as by our guides & drivers.
Vehicles are sanitized, both inside & outside, after every safari
Avoid contact and shaking hands, give an elbow bump!
We try to keep a safe distance at all times when possible, to protect eachother!