• 7 quick Tanzanian travel tips

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    RTW Logo 7 quick Tanzanian travel tips!
    *When meeting and departing in Tanzania, it is customary to shake hands followed with “Jambo” (hello) in Swahili. The right hand is always used to receive anything or when shaking hands.
    *Avoid buying souvenirs made from the slow-growing hard wood like ebony, illegal animal products like ivory and protected marine life.
    *Bring a good pair of binoculars with you for the safari. This will make game spotting and watching a lot more interesting.
    *Tanzania uses the 220-250V British/Euro style 3 square-pin or 2 round-pin electrical sockets.
    *Bring your unlocked cell phone; local network SIM cards are cheap and plentiful in Tanzania. Buy one on arrival to use as an alternative to international roaming charges.
    *Tanzania runs on its own clock, so try not to get frustrated and enjoy the slower pace!
    *On Zanzibar and in rural Tanzania it is important for women to dress conservatively in respect of the local customs and religion.

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