By Marc Harris on Nov 02, 2020 in Adventure Travel, Africa, Featured, Kenya, Regions, Rwanda, Speciality Travel, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
There is no hiding the fact that our travel dreams have nearly all been vanquished this year. Whether you were hoping to relax on the beach or head onto a fun filled safari, travel has been disrupted in ways we could never have imagined at the start of the year.
However, there appears to be the green shoots of recovery. Throughout the continent of Africa, countries are slowly opening up and allowing visitors, with some enforcing tougher restrictions than others. Yet, those that can travel and are willing to do so, not only help support those companies and communities that rely heavily on tourism, but will also have an exclusive and intimate experience that would certainly not have been possible in a normal year.
Tanzania has maintained an open-door policy throughout the pandemic, welcoming tourists with open arms months before any other African countries, but its level of visitors are certainly not what they have been in recent years. Home to the incredible wildebeest migration in the Serengeti National Park as well as some other incredible wildlife viewing destinations like the Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Ruaha National Park, destinations for wildlife do not come much better.
There are no restrictions on entering Tanzania, apart from a temperature check upon arrival that was always in place, so there is no stress for passengers worried about being refused entry. All camps and lodges have enforced strict Covid protocols and with visitor levels at an all-time low, the safaris are often exclusive and very intimate.
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