Your safety and health are our number one priority and we actively manage the health and safety risks during each adventure.
To minimise the risk of becoming ill we recommend that you:
Drinking bottled water
Wearing footwear at all times
Having regular showers
Using hand sanitiser before and after they eat
Avoiding eating uncooked food, particularly washed salads and food from unknown vendors
Using mosquito repellent, malaria treatment medication, sunscreen and appropriate clothing.
We strongly recommend you seek the advice of a travel doctor and obtain any vaccinations recommended by that doctor.
We believe these vaccinations should be obtained at least 2 months prior to the start of your adventure to allow adequate time to recover should you have a reaction to the vaccine.
As an example only, your travel doctor is likely to recommend the following vaccinations for your adventure:
Yellow Fever (Mandatory for Tanzania & Kenya)
Hepatitis A and B
We highly recommend you consult your travel doctor to obtain the necessary medication required for general infections, diarrhea and other common travel ailments.
In particular, we recommend that you obtain medication for: