Health at Tanzania

Medical services in Tanzania are limited and depending on your illness or injury, you may need to be medically evacuated to a major city for a higher level of treatment. We recommending carrying a travel first aid kit which contains the basics plus extras such as bandages, anti-malarial, anti-gastro tablets etc. that way you can start to treat any potential health issue before seeking medical assistance. Bring any medications you may need with you along with a doctor's letter outlining what they are for to save wasting your holiday time finding them while traveling. Pharmacies in major cities tend to have good supplies but can have medications with short and past expiry dates or the quality is not to western standards so check you before buy.

The following vaccinations are recommended for travellers heading to Tanzania:

  • Routine vaccinations: measles, mumps, rubella, polio, adult diphtheria and tetanus
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Typhoid
  • Cholera
  • Rabies
Health at Tanzania

Health at Tanzania

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