A passport is required for all foreign visitors and has to be valid for at least six months.
Citizens of most countries require a visa, which can be obtained at arrival, but can apply for a visa before your departure in nearest Embassy of Tanzania.
The best insurance for carefree trips is a per-travel consultation with a travel health doctor who specializes in travel health care and tell about your Africa travel plans.
You will need a yellow fever vaccination for travel to East Africa.
The following vaccinations are also highly recommended for travel to every African country:
Some African countries have actual entry requirements and won't let you in unless you have proof you've been vaccinated
against a specific disease. The most common is yellow fever .
Keep in mind that many vaccinations take several weeks to provide full protection, so don't put off your shots till the last minute
Malaria is present in many safari parks and towns around the safari parks. Proper protection from mosquito bites and medication are essential to protect travelers.
Malaria is common there, but there is no vaccine for the disease. You can protect yourself from malaria by taking an anti-malaria treatment or avoiding mosquitoes.
How to avoid Malaria