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Overall, Tanzania is a safe country to visit. That being said, Tanzania is a poor country and is burdened with the same socio-economic conditions of other impoverished countries in Africa. Terrorism incidences are rare in Tanzania but terrorism is a concern throughout Africa.
Always consult with your travel agent and follow trending news on the political situation in Tanzania; adjust travel arrangements accordingly if there is a heightened risk of terrorist activity or civil unrest. Otherwise, general crime such as petty theft, bag snatching and street muggings can easily be avoided by staying away from crime hot spots in the city centres, not travelling at night, staying in upmarket accommodation in safe tourism destinations in Tanzania and keeping your valuables safe and out of sight.
Healthcare facilities in Tanzania are reasonable in the large cities but poor in the rural areas. Make sure your general vaccinations are up-to-date and get the travel vaccinations required before arriving in Tanzania. Lastly, speak to your doctor about taking anti-malaria tablets and pack enough mosquito repellent and sunscreen for the duration of your safari tour to Tanzania.
Other health warnings for Tanzania are covered in detail in this article. A safari tour of Tanzania should be nothing more than a life-long memory of outstanding wildlife sightings, stunning scenery and the rich culture heritage of the people of Tanzania.
As long as you follow the rules of staying safe on a safari, you should have a thoroughly enjoyable holiday in Tanzania. Tanzania has experienced impressive political and economic transformation in recent years which is having a positive impact on its socio-economic development and welfare.