Italian citizens should expect to receive an email containing an approved Tanzania e-visa for up to 3 business days after submitting their request.
The email contains a PDF document, a Tanzania electronic visa that needs to be printed.
In some cases, this period may be shorter (24 business hours). Always check your email account's spam folder if you have an online visa message.
Italian travelers with an approved e-visa must be prepared to enter Tanzania through one of the following ports of entry where they can process an e-visa.
- Julius Nyerere International Airport - DAR - Dar es Salaam
- Kilimanjaro International Airport - JRO - Kilimanjaro
- Mwanza International Airport - MWZ - Mwanza
Some seaports in the Zanzibar islands also allow eVisa entry. If they want to arrive by ship, Italian visitors should check which ones accept the eVisa.
Before being permitted to enter Tanzania, Italian travelers will be asked to provide their passports as well as printed copies of their issued eVisa and confirmation letter at Tanzanian border control.
Italian nationals are authorized to stay for up to 90 days. Both their entry and exit must adhere to the 90-day validity period of the eVisa.