Tanzania Visa & Kenya Visa
Tanzanian Visa ApplicationBelow you will find two addresses in the United States through which you can obtain your Tanzanian Visa in advance. We recommend mailing your application and passport to the New York office, especially if you need your visa in a rush. However, it is also possible to obtain a visa upon arrival in Tanzania, just make sure you have $100 USD (US Citizens for single or multiple entry visas) or $50 USD (non-US Citizens for single entry visas, $100 USD for double entry) in cash. Application forms are availabe at the ports of entry or border crossings.
Please visit the UN Mission or Embassy websites for the most recent visa application form and regulations (see links below):
The Permanent Representative Of The United Republic Of Tanzania To The United Nations
201 East 42nd Street, Suite 425
New York, NY, 10017
Embassy of The United Republic of Tanzania
1232 22nd Street, NW
Washington Dc, 20037
Kenyan Visa ApplicationIf arriving through Nairobi, Kenya you will need a Kenyan Visa as well. You have the option of applying for a Single Journey Entry Visa ($50USD), Multiple Entry Visa ($100 USD) or a 24=hour Transit Visa ($20USD– obtained upon arrival in Kenya and only covering one entry at a time, therefore a second Transit Visa will need to be obtained on your departure day). You can visit www.kenyaembassy.com for more information.
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Why Choose A2T?
After living in Tanzania for 2 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer (1993-95), Brian Singer started Project Zawadi, a non-profit organization to support children's education. Using his business background and local connections he and his wife, Karen, joined forces with Michael to start Access 2 Tanzania. Brian and Karen and the US staff (many Returned Peace Corps Volunteers) assist customers with pre-travel decisions and planning while Michael and the Tanzania team take care of all the in-country logistics.