VISA FREE DESTINATIONS FOR A TANZANIAN

Most countries require a Visa with your Tanzanian passport in order to enter. However there are some visa free countries that will allow you to enter their premises without a visa or will provide you with one as soon as you arrive – for a limited number of days.

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Us as Tanzanian passport holders have the liberty to enter a number of countries this way. Travelstart has shortlisted for you over 50 visa free countries where you would be allowed to enter without having to prepare for a Visa in advance.

 

Africa

Botswana – No Visa required for a maximum of 90 days.

Burundi – No Visa required for a maximum of 30 days.

Cape Verde – Visa provided on arrival.

Comoros – Visa provided on arrival.

DRC – Visa for 7 days is provided on arrival.

Dijibouti – Visa provided on arrival.

Gambia – No Visa required for a maximum of 90 days.

Guinea – No Visa required

Guines – Bissau – Visa for 90 days is provided on arrival.

Kenya – No Visa required for a maximum of 3 months.

Lesotho – No Visa required for 90 days.

Madagasar – Visa for 90 days is provided on arrival.

Malawi – Visa is provided on arrival for 90 days.

Mali – Visa provided on arrival.

Mauritius – No Visa required for a maximum of 90 days.

Mozambique – No Visa required.

Namibia – No Visa required for maximum stay of 3 months.

Rwanda – Visa for 6 months is provided on arrival.

South Africa – No Visa required for a maximum of 90 days.

Swaziland – No visa required for a stay of 30 days.

Uganda – No Visa required for 3 months.

Zambia – No Visa required for a maximum of 90 days for a tourist and 30 days for business travelers.

Zimbabwe – No Visa required for a stay less than 3 months.

Americas

Antigua & Barbuda – No Visa required.

Bahamas – No Visa required for maximum 3 months.

Barbados – No Visa required for a mazimum stay of 6 months.

Belize – No Visa required.

British Virgin Islands – No Visa required for maximum of 30 days.

Cayman Islands – No Visa required for tourist, for a stay of 60 days and for Business travelers for 10 days.

Dominica – No Visa required for maximum 6 months.

Ecuador – No Visa required for 90 days.

Grenada – No Visa required for maximum of 3 months.

Haiti – No Visa required for maximum of 3 months.

Jamaica – No Visa required.

Montserrat – No Visa for 6 months required.

Saint Lucia – No visa required for 6 weeks maximum stay.

Asia

Bangladesh – No Visa required for 90 days maximum stay.

Cambodia – Visa on arrival is provided for a 30 day stay.

Hong Kong – No Visa required for 90 days maximum stay.

Indonesia – No Visa required.

Macau – No Visa required for maximum 90 days.

Malaysia – No Visa required for 90 days maximum stay.

Philippines –  No Visa required for a maximum stay of 30 days although you are able to receive a Visa on arrival for 59 days.

Singapore – No Visa required for a stay less than 30 days.

Europe

Georgia – Visa on arrival for 3 months maximum stay.

Oceania

Cook Islands – No Visa required for maximum 6 months.

Federated states of Micronesia – No Visa required for 30 days or less of a stay.

Niue – Visa provided on arrival for 30 days maximum.

Palau – Visa is provided on arrival for 30 days.

Samoa – Visa is provided on arrival for 60 days maximum.

Tuvalu – Visa on arrival is provided for maximum 1 month.

Wallis and Fatuna – No Visa required for a stay less than 30 days.

 

Share with us, your visa free travel destination experiences in the comments below!

Our Readers Comments

  1. please i would like to know if KOSOVO is also a visa free country for tanzanian passport becouse somebody told me but i wanna be sure about it
    thank you

    • Hi. You actually do need a visa, dear.

  2. Can you provide a visa for Brazil ? I mesn do you do the spplication for your clients?

    • Hi Hazari. No we do not, we only assist with visas to U.A.E & Thailand.

  3. is albania visa free country from tanzania?

    • Hello. Visa is required to Albania for a Tanzanian passport holder.

  4. Hello, how about Australia for a Tanzanian? Can visa be given upon arrival?

    • You’ll need to apply beforehand.

  5. Am holding Tanzanian passport and I would like to U.A.E do I need a visa ?

    • Yes and we can help you with the process. Please email info@travelstart.co.tz for further assistance.

  6. Tanzania passport holder..please help me do i need a visa in advance to visit Malaysia?

    • For Malaysia, visa is on arrival.

  7. How you can get a visa for Brunei? Tanzanian pass port

    • As a Travel Agency, Travelstart Tanzania cannot organize visas for you on your behalf or confirm any details with regards to acquiring the visa, as the visa requirements are regularly being updated and vary for the nationality of one traveler to the next.

      It is for this reason that we recommend checking with your local embassy or consulate website for the latest up to date information.

  8. I wanna go to Singapore what can I do

    • Hi Nasser, great to hear from you and I am happy to help. Please click on the following link: https://www.travelstart.co.tz It will take you to our sales page. Here we show all the routes we have on offer as well as the fare for each route. Please search the route you interested in. Here you will see the terms and conditions and the dates region one needs to search within to find these deals. Searching within that specific date range you should be able to find and book our amazing deals. Just a heads up, with all sale prices the airlines have limited amount of seats, so it’s the fastest finger first. You can also use the +-3 days function under More Options to help you find the cheapest deals that week.

  9. Please assist me for UK Visa

    • As a Travel Agency, Travelstart Tanzania cannot organize visas for you on your behalf or confirm any details with regards to acquiring the visa, as the visa requirements are regularly being updated and vary for the nationality of one traveler to the next.

      It is for this reason that we recommend checking with your local embassy or consulate website for the latest up to date information.

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