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Bargaining is expected by vendors in tourist areas, particularly souvenir vendors, except in a limited number of fixed-price shops. There are no set rules for bargaining, other than that negotiations should always be conducted in a friendly, spirited and respectful manner. Asking others what they have paid can be helpful. Once you start negotiating, if things seem like a waste of time, politely take your leave.
Sometimes sellers will call you back if they think their stubbornness has been counterproductive. Very few will pass up the chance of making a sale, however thin the profit. Tanzania has a generally comfortable tropical climate year-round, although there are significant regional variations.
Along the warmer and humid coast, the climate is determined in large part by the monsoon winds, which bring rains in two major periods. During the masika long rains , from mid-March to May, it rains heavily almost every day, although seldom for the whole day, and the air can get unpleasantly sticky.
The lighter mvuli short rains fall during November, December and sometimes into January. Tanzania is in general a safe, hassle-free country. That said, you do need to take the usual precautions and keep up with government travel advisories. If you go out alone at night, take taxis and use extra caution, especially in urban and tourist areas.
Whatever the time of day, avoid isolating situations, including lonely stretches of beach. Most embassies and consulates in Dar es Salaam are open from 8. Visa applications for all countries neighbouring Tanzania should be made in the morning. Landline telephone numbers are seven digits plus area code; mobile numbers are six digits plus a four-digit provider code. Area codes must be used for landline numbers. There are no central police or emergency numbers.