Tourism

Indonesia visa requirements for Tanzanians

Indonesian Visa is not required for Tanzanians

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Tanzanians can stay in Indonesia without a visa for a duration of 30 days.
  • Visitors who intend to stay beyond the 30-day validity period are to apply and pay at the immigration department.
  • Though a visa is not required, prospective visitors are still required to carry a passport valid for a minimum of 6 months beyond the date of their arrival in Indonesia. The passport should also have two blank pages.
  • Travellers will also be required to provide proof of a confirmed means of accommodation for their stay in Indonesia.
  • Tourists with the local currency (Indonesian Rupiah-IDR) amounts exceeding IDR 100,000,000 will require approval from the Central Bank or External Affairs.
  • Also, tourists with foreign currencies amounts exceeding the equivalent of IDR 100,000,000 must be declared.
  • Tanzania citizens visiting Indonesia must present a yellow fever vaccination certificate on arrival.
  • Travellers below the age of 18 must show travel authorization from their parents or guardians.
  • Intending visitors can get to Indonesia from any of the international airports in Tanzania. There are international airports in Dar es Salaam and Mwanza.
  • PrecisionAir, Ethiopia Airways, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines are some of the carriers that fly from Tanzania to Indonesia.
  • The estimated flight time from Dar es Salaam to Jakarta, Indonesia is 17 hours, 15 minutes and 21 hours, 10 minutes from Mwanza.
  • The majority of Indonesia’s population are Muslims, precisely Sunni Muslims. Christianity, Hindu, Buddhist, Confucianist, traditional religion and others, make up the minority in Indonesia’s religion demography.
  • Indonesian Rupiah is Indonesia’s official currency. Visitors can easily exchange their foreign currencies at banks, hotels and exchange outlets across the country.
  • The climate in Indonesia is tropical. There are two main seasons in Indonesia: the dry season, which spans from May to September, and the wet season which is between October and April (this is when the weather is most favourable for a visit).
  • There are over 250 languages spoken in Indonesia, but the official language remains Indonesian (locally known as Bahasa Indonesia).
  • Transportation in Indonesia can be made possible with motorbikes, pedicabs, taxis and buses. 
  • Indonesia uses the Western Indonesia Time (GMT +7), which puts Indonesia four hours ahead of Tanzania in time.
  • Tourists can spend between $25-$35 per day on expenses.
  • The power and socket plug used in Indonesia are of Type C  and F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Sabal, satay, bakso, soto, nasi goreng, gado-gado and nasi uduk are some of the delicacies enjoyed in Indonesia.
  • Major tourist sites in Indonesia include Tanah Lot, Uluwatu Temple and Borobudur Temple.