Filming in Tarangire National Park

Filming in Tarangire National Park

Filming in Tarangire National Park. Tarangire National Park is located close to Arusha town. The park is known to have a high concentration of wildlife and it comes second to Serengeti. The park is made of several vegetation habitats and beautiful scenaery. The park has large herds of elephants. It also has wildebeests, zebras, elands, buffaloes, impalas, gazelles, hartebeests elands, stately fringe-eared oryx, and peculiar long-necked gerenuk.

The park is famous for having tree Climbing Lions which can only be found here or in Lake Manyara National Park in southern Tanzania, Kruger national park of South Africa and Queen Elizabeth National Park southern part Ishasha section Ugandan. These lions are have behaviors of climbing trees in order to stay away from the irritation of insects and the heat on the ground. It is also easy for them to spot their prey from above making it easy for them to hunt

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What you need to film in Tanzania

First and foremost, need to get a filming permit from the Tanzania Film Censorship Board and the Department of Antiquities in the Ministry of Natural Resources and tourism. Without this permit, you cannot be allowed to film in Tanzania. Getting a filming permit can be time consuming and for that reason needs to be planned for ahead of time. The normal permit is for 1500usd which is required of you to apply 3 minutes in advance. For last minute shoots, you have to pay a fee of 3000usd for the filming permit. Once the application is done, film crew fixers submits it for finalization with the Tanzanian Authorities. Deepening on where you want to film, you may be required to pay other fees since different locations are managed by different authorities.

Tanzania Visa

The Tanzanian visa can be gotten both online and on ground but you’re advised to get it before your entry into the country. The tourist visa goes for 100usd.  Once the visa is applied for it is easily gotten. In addition to these, you will need a full Covid vaccination certificate and proof of yellow fever vaccination.

Media accreditation

All members of the crew are supposed to have accreditation. Without it, you cannot be allowed to film in Tanzania. Press accreditation has to be done through a local fixer agent. This requirement is mandatory for all applications to make feature films or documentaries. Every member of the crew is required to fill an application form (which we normally send to you) with all details. After scanning it is sent back to us with a copy of the original passport and a passport sized photograph. The whole process of media accreditation takes about two to three weeks.

Customs clearance

For crews who are interested in bringing in their own equipment into the country have to go through customs clearing , Film crew fixers makes sure that the equipment is successfully cleared in for the time period need.  Clearance is done through a bonded agent. You have to send a list of the kit. The list should have the type, serial numbers and the value on dollars.  10 percent charge is paid for the equipment to be cleared.

Vehicle and Transportation Services

Film Crew Fixers will help you organize transport for film crews to film in Tanzania. The transportation services all depend on your interest, the nature of the roads and the schedule. For us to have a final estimate how much it will cost in terms of fuel, we will need to look at your filming schedule to have an established mileage and distance to be traveled. We also organize both charter and scheduled air transport for those that are interested in flying to reduce the number of hours.

Lodging and accommodation.

Lodge and Hotel options to stay in vary from Budget, and mid-range to luxury options. You will choose what to stay in depending on your interests and these include Tarangire Treetops, Oliver’s Tented Camp, Maramboi Tented Camp, Tarangire Sopa Lodge, and Tarangire Safari Lodge among others.

Best time to film in Tanzania.

Filming in Tanzania is done throughout the year and the best time is during the dry season months of June to September and December to March.

Choose Film crew fixers.

Film crew Fixers is a film Fixing Company with its major office in Uganda, we pride ourselves with assisting filming companies and Production agencies that are interested in filming in several African countries. We are very capable in handling all fixer services required. our team of local fixers and driver guides is very professional .over the years, we have been able to get all relevant connections with other service providers and authority agencies to make sure that accreditation and filming permits are easily processed. Contact us for details and all relevant information you would like to know for successful filming in Tanzania.

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