The country's airspace opened for international arrivals on May 18. Among the six East African Community member countries, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda have the strictest travel restrictions while Burundi and South Sudan have also issued public health advisories to curb the spread of the virus.
A chartered plane with four Greek nationals onboard landed at the Kilimanjaro International Airport on May 21. The visitors proceeded straight to sample the country's tourist attractions after the lifting of a 14-day mandatory quarantine that had been imposed on April 4. Entrants into the country will now only have their temperatures checked on arrival, as per new guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health.
We were due to spend a few days in Dar Es Salaam and a week in Zanzibar from 15th of June, but Schengen borders are still closed until...
Tickets were all refunded at least in no time end of March.
Otherwise, it might have been a very interesting trip...
If your country travel restrictions are lifted soon, say before July or August, would you take the moderate risk to vacation there?
Which other countries are expected to follow in welcoming international visitors within weeks? Iceland? Thailand? Japan?