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  1. #1621

    Confusion number 5

    To add to further confusion. The latest version.

    In view of this, the Government has slightly modified the Travel Advisory No. 4. of 20 thJuly, 2020 and come-up with version No 5, effective from 05th August 2020 to accommodate additional measures related to international travel as follows:

    1. All travelers whether foreigners or returning residents entering or leaving The United Republic of Tanzania will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 infection. There will be no 14 days mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

    2. All travelers whether foreigners or returning residents whose countries or Airlines require them to get tested for COVID-19 and turn negative, as a condition for traveling, will be required to present a certificate upon arrival. Travelers from other countries with symptoms and signs related to COVID-19 infection, will undergo enhanced screening and may be tested for RT-PCR.

    But at least they don't have this useless app like Kenya you're supposed to download and measure fever daily.

    Neddy.

    Who's finalizing travel details. Back in the fold of mama Africa soon. After 5 month of untold suffering and tormenting in Covid19/ Sex prison.

  2. #1620
    Quote Originally Posted by Muzungufotsy  [View Original Post]
    Completely false information. You can go to at least 10 African countries with an EU passport. As for Tanzania no problem to go there as a tourist with a valid test.
    Did I state a matter of fact? Also old message, posted 5 weeks ago, in volatile corona times, useless.

  3. #1619
    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Are you sure that plane is flying out on Monday? As far as I know the only African country the European Union is allowing flights to is Rwanda. I did hear about a flight to The Gambia but ordinary holidaymakers where not allowed to board. Only Gambians / residents returning home or businessmen.
    Completely false information. You can go to at least 10 African countries with an EU passport. As for Tanzania no problem to go there as a tourist with a valid test.

  4. #1618

    EU allowed flights

    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Are you sure that plane is flying out on Monday? As far as I know the only African country the European Union is allowing flights to is Rwanda.
    How come? I thought I also saw Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco on the list.

  5. #1617
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    The sky is open. No restriction to travel there. Go -- before its closed again.
    Have to correct myself: since today a max 72-hour old Covid-Test is required when entering the country.

  6. #1616

    Flights are back with KQ from all over Europe to DarEsSalaam, Zanzibar and Kilimanjar

    Fellows lights are back from August 1st from all Europe major city to Tanzania.

    Here is link for booking: https://www.kenya-airways.com/tz/en/#.

  7. #1615
    Quote Originally Posted by Univelton  [View Original Post]
    Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam is top of my priority list to visit immediately after the sky is again open to the public.
    The sky is open. No restriction to travel there. Go -- before its closed again.

  8. #1614
    Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam is top of my priority list to visit immediately after the sky is again open to the public.

  9. #1613
    Quote Originally Posted by Cadmus  [View Original Post]
    Sorry to respond without actual answer to this (hopefully others can) but there is something to consider before this:

    Try to take "good fingerprints" at immigration. Officials there don't care about that but later when getting a sim you'll get read again and those have to match. Even the sim sellers on the streets have fingerprint readers. I wasted 3 hours trying to get one in my name.

    If there's no match, you'll need a local (driver, fixer etc) to get a sim for you.

    And you really need a local sim, don't depend on WiFis unless you are on very short trip.
    Thanks for the hint -- I just googled Vodaphone and found this:

    SIM Card Registrations for individual.

    Visit Vodacom shop or registration agents with your National ID number or passport for foreigner with no National ID.

    SIM registration agent will capture your National Identification Number or passport and scan your finger print.

    You will receive notification when number is updated with biometric registration.

    Its a very special way to register. But then, 2 GB data for a week is just about 1,50 EU.

  10. #1612
    Based on my limited travels (this trip to Mada, Kampala, Dar, and Lusaka) it seems the best looking girls on average are in Dar. I think that's due to the significant mixing with Arab traders in past centuries which has lead to lighter skin tones and more interesting facial features. Mada seems to have a lot of good looking girls too but most are of Imerina tribe (26% of population) which seem in general to be much less in the game. I don't agree with another monger's comments that these would look plain in Philippines. The top shelf Merinas would also look quite attractive in Metro Manila which has some of best looking and highest class girls in Philippines.

    I'm sure Ethiopia may be even better for looks. But unlike Dar, English is really not a very functional language in Addis. Many younger and more educated Tanzanians speak pretty decent English these days which is important for someone like me.

    The other country I'm curious about is Rwanda. Perhaps girls there also look better than in Kampala and Lusaka? As for Kenaya, it's been over a decade since I last visited so I need to return. As I recall, most of the lookers are in Nairobi (an unpleasant, rather dangerous, and overpriced city) while Mombassa area is a mecca for substandard over shagged single mums. Correct me if I am wrong on these impressions.

  11. #1611
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    And in Tanzania?

    BTW: is it easy to get a local Sim card on arrival at the airport? Or does the airport have a free WiFi reception (to order Uber).
    Sorry to respond without actual answer to this (hopefully others can) but there is something to consider before this:

    Try to take "good fingerprints" at immigration. Officials there don't care about that but later when getting a sim you'll get read again and those have to match. Even the sim sellers on the streets have fingerprint readers. I wasted 3 hours trying to get one in my name.

    If there's no match, you'll need a local (driver, fixer etc) to get a sim for you.

    And you really need a local sim, don't depend on WiFis unless you are on very short trip.

  12. #1610
    Quote Originally Posted by TripleDarknes  [View Original Post]
    Saw two in Black Diamond in Nairobi wanted 100 bucks though.
    And in Tanzania?

    BTW: is it easy to get a local Sim card on arrival at the airport? Or does the airport have a free WiFi reception (to order Uber).

  13. #1609
    Quote Originally Posted by TaiwanLaowai  [View Original Post]
    How long will you be there? I'm in Lusaka but will head up by early August if not before to stay in Masaki.
    Planning to leave on the 1st or 2nd of August.

    How's Lusaka?

  14. #1608
    Quote Originally Posted by Bashaa  [View Original Post]
    That's wrong they are here its all about connection to get them.
    Saw two in Black Diamond in Nairobi wanted 100 bucks though.

  15. #1607
    Quote Originally Posted by Cadmus  [View Original Post]
    Seems to work nowadays. Uber ride came to airport parking lot about 50 meters from arrivals exit. From the app you could see many other Uber cars in the airport.

    2 minute arrival time Monday evening little after 17:00.

    At this time ride to Slipway took roughly 50 minutes, downtown traffic slows you down.

    July 2020.
    There is a fast food joint right next to the road by Terminal 2 you can wait in. My Uber ride in a few weeks ago to Village Supermarket Masaki was 21,000 in spite of traffic. The vultures around the airport wouldn't go below 30 K even when I offered 20 K. By the time they finally relented, I told them sorry pal, too late, my driver is en-route. Took 15 minutes for my driver to arrive so I enjoyed some french fries while waiting. Next time, I'll only offer those clowns outside 15 K and see how they like that LOL.

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