KARIBU-KILIFAIR 2022 and COVID-19
Arrival in Tanzania: All international airports in Tanzania are prepared for COVID-19 preventive measures and are equiped with fully trained staff. Tourists arriving in Tanzania need to present a negative PCR test (06-2021). General guidelines, hygiene rules, body temperature checks, mask requirements for airport staff, as well as disinfection and distance regulations apply. Entry is therefore hygienically flawless. From 25.04.2021 all travelers (including children) are required to complete a Travellers Surveillance Form online, to be submitted within 24 hours before arrival. Upon submission zou will recieve a unique Health Code which will be requested during arrival. Should an incoming tourist show symptoms of COVID-19, he must seek medical treatment at his own expense and, if necessary, be isolated in a 14-day quarantine.
Airplane safety: Safety precautions against the spread of COVID-19 are also observed on international flights. The aircraft of all major airlines that are currently flying to Tanzania (Ethiopian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and KLM) are cleaned and disinfected in the appropriate areas before and during the flight. All aircrafts are equipped with the so-called HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter. This ensures that 99.97% of all viral and bacterial contamination is filtered out of the air. With this system, the air in the cabin is constantly filtered, completely replaced every 3 minutes and enriched with fresh outside air, which is distributed into the cabin from above via air nozzles. Used air is sucked down through floor nozzles and sent through the HEPA filter again. It is also important to know, that the air in the cabin does not move horizontally between the seats, but is sucked downwards. Currently (02-2021) all Airlines (excluding Ethiopian Airlines) are requiring a COVID-19 test certificate not older than 48 hours before boarding the airplane.
Hotels, Lodges & Safari vehicles:
All companies active in tourism, their staff or service providers are trained in COVID-19 precaution and measures. If you booked a Fam-Trip with us, you can assume that your trip in Tanzania is subject to the current world-wide COVID-19 standards.
International Travel Insurance:
There are a number of insurance policies that cover your trip abroad, including the case of catching COVID-19. Please find out more from your trusted insurer. We highly recommend to book a travel insurance which covers COVID-19 impacts.
Our entire team at KARIBU-KILIFAIR 2022 is taking COVID-19 serious. Therefore, we ensure all visitors the worldwide standards of COVID-19 precaution measures on our ground. On the fairground we will provide complementary masks and sanitizers for all Exhibitors and Buyers, as well as hand washing stations placed in regular intervals throughout the ground. Food distribution will take place under COVID-19 hygienic rules. For emergencies, we will have an ambulance on the ground with well trained staff, who will be able to do a rapid test in case a visitor feels sick or shows any symptoms.
Departure from Tanzania / Journey home: The departure from Tanzania airports is well arranged and is also subject to the usual hygienic conditions for COVID-19. Before taking your trip to Tanzania, please inform yourself about the latest quarantine restrictions and if your country requires a negative COVID-19 test certificate. To enter Tanzania international airports, all tourists must present a negative COVID-19 test certificate not older than 72 hours. COVID-19 tests are usually provided in Arusha at the Mount Meru Referral Hospital, in Moshi at the Mawenzi Hospital, in Dar es Salaam either in the IST-Clinic or at Muhimbili Hospital and in Zanzibar it is at the ZPHEOC (Zanzibar Public Health Emergency Operation Center). It is possible to book your appointment for a COVID test online in advance and you will receive your test result by email.
Tanzania Mainland: https://pimacovid.moh.go.tz/#/booking