Rungwa Game Safaris was established in 2000
with an ethos of ethical hunting, conservation, and tradition.
Each of our areas face complex pressures from poaching that require an array of tools and strategies to combat.
Ground forces use data from drones, informants, camera traps, and satellite imagery to maximize the effectiveness of their patrols. This information is also shared with wildlife officials and neighboring concessions to combat illegal activity on a much larger scale, not just within our boundaries. Four tactical teams of field operatives with dedicated vehicles patrol our concessions 365 days a year clearing snares, freeing trapped animals, destroying poaching outposts, burning fishing nets, dismantling muzzle loaders, and inhibiting transport of contraband. During the rainy season, when vehicles cannot access large tracts of land, our teams utilize boats, bicycles, and foot patrols.
There must be at least TWO blank pages in your passport for your visa.
Ensure your passport is valid for a minimum of 6 months after date of travel.
We strongly recommend online visa applications prior to travelling.
Visas can be obtained on arrival, but it can be a lengthy process.
The local currency in Tanzania is the Tanzanian Shilling (tsh).
US Dollars are widely accepted, but only bills printed from 2017 onwards.
ATMs are available and credit cards are accepted at larger shops & restaurants.
Tanzania is a malaria-zone country, so consult your doctor or travel clinic prior to travel and be advised on what appropriate anti-malarial drugs to take.
Guests are also strongly advised to check the latest information with regards to vaccinations for travel to Tanzania.
Swahili is the national language of Tanzania, but English is widely spoken; particularly in tourism.
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