Tanzania National Park Fees Amended

August 31, 2020 - 2 minutes read

Tanzania Park Fee Update
Dear Safari Partners–

It seems that the wildebeest population of East Africa haven’t received the memo, and despite the need for a negative COVID-19 certificate, are crossing various borders as they please. Yesterday, in Northern Serengeti thousands were seen traveling north into Kenya crossing both the Mara River and Sand River. However, as word about the changes to the Tanzania National Park fees spreads through the herd they’ll soon turn round and head back to Tanzania.

The United Republic of Tanzania has announced new entry fees to Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) effective from 1 July 2021. The following fees will affect all safaris traveling after this date, including existing, new and postponed safaris.

Please note the following:

  • All figures are quoted in US Dollars and are inclusive of VAT.
  • All additional park fee categories not listed above have not been amended.
  • Nyere National Park was formerly known as the Selous Game Reserve, and is now under the management of TANAPA, and the fees associated with a visit to Nyere NP are the same as those for the Serengeti NP.
  • For Park Fees, the ‘High Season’ runs from 01/07/21 to 14/03/22  and 16/05/22 to 30/06/22; and the ‘Low Season’ from 15/03/22 to 15/05/22.
  • For both Concession and Camping fees, the ‘High Season’ runs from 01/07/21 to 30/09/21; and the ‘Low Season’ runs from 01/10/21 to 30/06/22.
  • Figures marked in bold show an increase in cost, and figures marked in italics denote a decrease in cost.
  • Acronyms used: NP, National Park; Ad, Adult; Ch, Child.

In order to ensure that all bookings that travel from the 1 July 2021 are financially accurate, our product and database teams are editing all the relevant rates. A member of our operations team will be in touch shortly to provide you with any updates.

The Cheli & Peacock Safaris Team