RESEARCH AND JOURNALISM
Visas for research and journalism will only be granted after the applicant has been cleared by The Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) and Tanzania Information Services (MAELEZO) respectively
P.O. BOX 4302, Dar es salaam -Tanzania
TEL: +255-22-27O.0750/ 270.0745
FAX: NO. 255-22-275313
Tanzania Information Services (MAELEZO)
P.O. BOX 9142, Dar es salaam -Tanzania
TEL: +255-22-211-0585/ 212.2771/ 211.2860,
Please prepare the following items and submit them to the Embassy for authorization.
No Visa is required for nationals of the following countries:
Referred Visas are required for nationals of the following countries:
FILMING PERMIT APPLICATION
The government of Tanzania requires you to apply for a filming permit if you plan to take professional video footage in Tanzania. Please fill out the filming permit form available here (Filming Permit Application Form)
You must also send us the following:
- Detailed synopsis of the film (separate attachment)
- Crew list (Photocopy of passport picture and information page)
- Equipment list
Please send your application to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Once we complete PART VI of the form, the Embassy will send your application to the Tanzania Film Board and you may follow up with them through the following email addresses. Note the application will not be sent directly back to you.
Board of Film Tanzania: email@example.com
The government of Tanzania requires proof of yellow fever vaccination upon arrival if you are traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever. If you are travelling directly from the United States and transit through another country, it is NOT REQUIRED.
However if you will stay for more than 24 hours in a country that is endemic for Yellow Fever, you are required to have the vaccine. A complete list of these countries is available at the U.S. CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/yellowfever/maps/index.html
Yellow Fever Vaccine Waiver:
If your doctor has recommended that you should not have the yellow fever vaccine due to a condition or having reached above 60 years of age, you can travel to Tanzania with your letter from the doctor and show it to the border immigration officer to waive the requirement.
The best choice of vaccines for your trip depends on many individual factors, including your precise travel plans. Vaccines commonly recommended for travelers to Africa include those against Tetanus, Diphtheria, Polio, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Yellow fever, Malaria Rabies and Meningitis.
Certificate is required for entry into, or travel between, some African countries. Several of these vaccines require more than one dose, or take time to become effective. It is always best to seek advice from your doctor on immunization well in advance, if possible around 6 weeks before departure.
Pet licenses/certificates are required when traveling with pets to Tanzania. You may visit Frequently asked questions for more information.
In case you would like to buy travel insurance we recommend visiting the link below. It contains reviews of various travel insurance policies.