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What type of adapter and/or converter will I need while staying at the Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge?

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Most of TZ use the British 13Amp 3 pin sockets. Any adapter that take this works fine. It is 220-240v but most things these days are dual voltage. No need to switch rates.

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You can buy the Type G adapter at eBay orAmazon for just a few bucks. Alternatively, you could buy a universal adapter plug, something like this: amazon.com/eForCity-COTHPLUGUN01-Universal-C…

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Thanks for your help.

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Thank you very much

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Most electronics these days are dual voltage. Exceptions might be flat or curling irons. Regardless, read the tiny print on whatever you plan to plug in to be certain. If not dual voltage you'll need a converter, if items are dual... no converter required. The adapter plug though for 220/240v is the 3-flat prong UK type.

Often best to just purchase a kit that has converter and various adapter plugs for all worldwide destinations. Mine at cost of about $30, that was purchased over 25/yrs ago has certainly paid for itself.

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