WHAT DOES NA­TIONAL PARK EN­TRY COST IN TAN­ZA­NIA?

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A lot, be­cause you’ll be pay­ing in US dol­lars. Ruaha, Mikumi, Katavi and Mko­mazi are in the cheaper cat­e­gory: US$36 (R483) per per­son per day (kids un­der 16 get dis­count). Arusha, Tarangire and Lake Man­yara are pricier: US$53 (R711) per per­son per day. The flag­ship park – Serengeti – costs US$71 (R952) per per­son per day. At all parks, ve­hi­cle en­try costs US$48 (R644) per day and camp­ing starts from US$36 (R483) per per­son. Some parks have cheap ron­dav­els (called ban­das) that can cost about the same as camp­ing. Note: These prices in­clude 18 % VAT (non-re­fund­able). You can usu­ally pay us­ing your credit card at the en­trance gate. tan­za­nia­parks.go.tz (See page 36 for info about Ngoron­goro – it’s not a na­tional park.)

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