Travel to Tanzania

Airports & Airlines

Tanzania's Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is the most convenient place to begin a People to People Safari. Nevertheless, it is fine as well to come through Nairobi, Kenya (NBO) or Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania (DAR).

Kilimanjaro International Airport is roughly halfway between the tourist towns of Arusha (42 km) and Moshi (40 km) in northern Tanzania. For visitors intending to come through Jomo Kenyatta Airport, there are reliable shuttle buses that ply between the city of Nairobi and Arusha everyday, a distance of about four hours. It is also possible to arrange a private transfer from the airport to Arusha.

KLM, British Airways, Swissair and Condor make direct flights from Europe to Tanzania. The South African Air, Ethiopian, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, and Air Egypt are some of the other airlines that link Tanzania with the rest of the world but with connections in their home countries. It is also possible to get 3 leg tickets for example London-Nairobi-Zanzibar-London. Or with KLM, is possible to get Amsterdam-Kilimanjaro-Dar es Salaam-Amsterdam


Most visitors to Tanzania will require a visa. This is available in advance or at the Airport. Costs vary with country, but the cost for most European countries is 50 US dollars. Some commonwealth countries have a special agreement with Tanzania and a visa is not required.
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