Zanzibar is a magnificent African landscape. From the Serengeti to its tropical beaches, it offers something for all travellers. Explore the best of the island of Zanzibar, why not set off to Kilimanjaro with our step-by-step guide on how to acquire your Tanzania visa (Zanzibar visa)?
Nigerian passport holders do require a tourist visa (single-entry visa) for Tanzania, and this process is relatively easy! You will need to apply at the Tanzania High Commission in Abuja. Another option to consider is to have a host in Tanzania get the visa for you. Apply for your visa at least 15 days before your departure date to allow for ample processing time and in case additional documents are required.
Please note: Tanzania and Zanzibar have the same visa requirements. Check your eligibility before beginning the application process and submit your application well in advance of your flight departure. Once you have your visa, all that’s left to do is pack your bags!
This process is applicable to Nigerian passport holders.
Types of Visas
Single-Entry Visa – This visa allows you entry into Tanzania once for the purpose of visiting, leisure, medical treatment, studies or any other activity considered legal by the Tanzanian government. You may stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days.
Multiple-Entry Visa – This visa is ideal for people who need to make frequent visits to Tanzania. The maximum validity of the multiple-entry visa is 12 months. Each visit has a maximum stay of up to 90 days.
Business Visa – The Tanzanian business visa will only be granted entry once into Tanzania for the following purposes:
- To conduct special assignments, including fixing/repairing machines or to run short-term training etc.
- For professional roles such as auditing accounts etc.
- In order to conduct lawful business according to the laws of the country
For more information, kindly follow the link: http://tanzaniahighcommissionng.com/visa-services/