Passports and Visas
Each guest is responsible for ensuring that their passport is valid for at least six months beyond the conclusion of their trip and that all necessary visas and permits have been acquired. Multiple-entry visas may be required if you are entering a country more than once on your vacation. Each guest must comply with entry, health, and other requirements of the countries visited during your trip.
The Operators and their employees and their agents are not responsible for passport, visa, entry, health, and other requirements of the countries visited, or for any loss sustained by you for failing to comply with laws, regulations, orders and requirements of countries visited.
The official website for applications is www.immigration.go.tz, which provides contact numbers if applicants require further information or have any queries.
Tanzania is mapped by the World Health Organization as a low-risk country because no Yellow fever virus has been isolated in the country. Yellow fever is a severe disease monitored internationally and therefore classified by the International Health Regulations (IHR), 2005 as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). All PHEIC require specific monitoring procedures and measures commensurate with and restricted to public health measures to meet the IHR, 2005 purpose.
Yellow fever entry requirements in TANZANIA MAINLAND
Kindly go through this link Yellow fever entry requirements in Tanzania mainland