Malaria & Safety – Tarangire NP
It is considered very safe to travel in Tarangire National Park in our opinion. The people you will meet – mostly staff of the park, lodges and tour operators – will be there to make sure your visit is pleasant. Aside from that, most will be tourists. Crime against tourists is virtually unheard of in Tanzania’s parks and reserves.
Malaria & Vaccinations
It is advisable that you have several vaccinations before your travel. You will need to consult your local doctor or travel clinic. Also, malaria prevention is important, as it is a health concern. Be sure to use mosquito repellent containing at least 30% DEET and take antimalarial medication. Wearing long sleeves in the evening is also a good precaution.
If you listen to the advice of your guide and use your commonsense, wildlife viewing will have far less risks. Serious wildlife incidents are very rare on organized safaris with reputable operators. For additional information, be sure to read our ‘wildlife viewing safety precautions’ in the list below.
Further advice on limiting dangers and annoyances when traveling:
- Wildlife viewing safety precautions
- General safety precautions
- Cities and other urban areas safety precautions
- Tanzania: Safety
- Tanzania: Vaccinations & Malaria