A safari entails going deep into the heart of wilderness for that pulsating sense of adventure and deep in the wild anything can happen. We are not saying it is a certainty but what’s the harm is being cautious and taking precautions? As such, Tanzania is a still very much a developing country desperately trying to find its feet. Medical infrastructure still needs a lot of improvement and the prevalence of tropical diseases is high. Immunization is a necessary measure, it safeguards you and t your hosts from virulent pathogens. It’s also part of being a responsible tourist

Regardless of your destination, the World Health Organization recommends that all travelers be covered for the following.

  • Diphtheria
  • Tetanus
  • Measles
  • Mumps   
  • Rubella
  • Polio

If you are already vaccinated, boosters for tetanus, diphtheria, and measles are recommended

There is a chance of contracting Cholera through contaminated food source and water.  Ensure the vaccine shots

Sexually transmitted diseases like Hepatitis B can be highly debilitating if not fatal when contracted. Get the shot

Contracting Rabies through animal bites is an ever-present risk. Why take a chance?

Get the shot of latest flu vaccine. Travelling exposes you to lots of different strains of influenza.

Important – Get a good medical insurance that covers medical evacuation

Medical kit for minor ailments.

  • Band-aids
  • Antibacterial ointment
  • Insect bite ointment
  • Painkillers
  • Fever medication
  • Antihistamines
  • Motion-sickness medication
  • A mild laxative
  • Cough drops
  • Anti-diarrhea medication
  • Anti-malaria medication or anti-malaria prophylactics
  • Prescription Antibiotics
  • Oral Rehydration Salts
  • Iodine Tablets
  • Syringes and Sterile Needles
  • Sun Block & Aloe Gel