Requirements for Traveling from Spain to Tanzania – Although lots of countries have been opening up their borders and lifting up restrictions first required because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are places that still ask their passengers to submit negative PCR tests, such as Tanzania.
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The full requirements for traveling from Spain to Tanzania are:
- A negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before arriving to Tanzania
- Having a visitor visa issued by Tanzania and obtainable here http://www.immigration.go.tz/index.php
- Complete the Online Health Surveillance Form to display basic medical and contact information at https://www.moh.go.tz/en/search?q=travel
Top 5 Wildlife Species in Tanzania
Being a world-known destination for Safari lovers, Tanzania amasses well protected and unique species in its wildlife. Here we leave you with our top 5.
- Wildebeests: one of the two most popular species, they look like cattle with sharp horns, hairy body and a slight hump. Summertime is their season!
- Elephants: the second most popular, they are very friendly to tourists and usually mobilize in groups. Say hello!
- Antelopes: Known for surviving and thriving in all types of ecosystems, antelopes are easy to find and greet, since they are very friendly and warm.
- Black Rhinos: Tanzania is the only place where Black Rhinos still exist and are able to be spotted. Do not miss the opportunity since you won’t have it anywhere else!
- African Wild Dog: a very weird and unique kind of dog that looks very sweet and friendly, but is actually the most ferocious. Take your picture but at a safe distance.