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Embassy of Tanzania, DC

Welcome - Karibu!

H.E. Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli President of the United Republic of Tanzania
H.E.President Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli

The Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in the United States welcomes you to our official website. Here you will find information about visas, tourism, events and much more. We hope you will find our website informative and helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact us and/or complete the Client Satisfaction Survey. We are here to assist you.

Ambassador Wilson Mutagaywa Masilingi
H.E. Ambassador Wilson Mutagaywa Masilingi

Embassy Location Address
1232 22nd St. NW, Washington D.C 20037
Tel: (202)939-6125 or (202-884-1080)
Fax: (202)797-7408
Visa/Consular: (202) 884-1083

Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • (Consular Services) Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 2:30pm
  • (Visa pick-up/drop-off) Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 2:30pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • Public Holidays: Closed
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News and Events

Tourism and Travel

5 Reasons Why Zanzibar Might Just Be Better Than Hawaii

When it comes to a relaxing holiday, Hawaii and Zanzibar are both known as top beach destinations with amazing places to stay. Even though, both destinations are great vacation destinations, they are similar in many ways but are quite different in many other ways. We have complied 5 reasons why Zanzibar might just be better

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Best Places to Travel in 2016 – Tanzania

A safari trip through Tanzania’s more remote parks used to mean staying in low-key camps. That’s about to change, as this year Asilia will open the first truly luxurious lodge in Ruaha National Park, a seldom-visited area teeming with wildlife like elephants, leopards, and lions. Set on a hill overlooking a savanna with baobab trees,

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Best Places to Travel in 2016 – Zanzibar

Zanzibar’s allure is hardly a secret. For centuries, waves of Swahili, Portuguese, Omani, and Chinese traders have left their cultural marks on the archipelago off the coast of Tanzania. But it’s only recently that the gleaming beaches have received an influx of attention from big-name hotel brands, giving new reasons to visit the Spice Islands.

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