Tanzania travel recommendations
Is it safe to travel to Kenya? You have probably asked yourself this question at some point. It is normal, Kenya has amazing places and it would be a shame to miss them. A safari in its best national parks such as Masai Mara or Lake Nakuru, a few days on the incredible beaches of Diani or Malindi, explore the Swahili culture in Mombasa or get lost in a few days on the islands of the Lamu archipelago, there is so much to do! This 15-day tour of Kenya can help you. On this occasion, at IATI, experts in travel insurance, we are going to give you all the information you need about safety in Kenya so you can know first hand if the country is dangerous.
Also, as we are in such a changing time, we will tell you about the coronavirus situation in the African country. Finally, we will give you some tips to make your trip go smoothly. Stay with us because we are going to tell you everything about whether it is safe to travel to Kenya.
Regarding health care, you have to get the idea that in Nairobi there are very good hospitals and medical staff, but in the rest of the cities they are mediocre. Therefore, the MAEC is very clear and indicates that “it is highly recommended to take out international medical travel insurance with the highest possible coverage and covering the transfer by air-ambulance from any point in Kenya to Nairobi, because in case of being necessary such transfer can be extremely difficult and expensive. It is also recommended that it include repatriation service by medical aircraft in case of emergencies”.
Travel to tanzania 2022
Hello girls I am super new to the forum since today I entered just because I want to travel to Africa and I’m going alone, I’m from Peru, I’m scheduling for 2011 in August, I want to do Cape Town -Durban-Johannesburg and a reservation in Kenya seems the best, if any of you have done something of that route and can tell me something would be great I’m in all the prgramacion.
I am reassured to read that you have traveled alone in Africa and everything was fine, so please I am waiting for comments on prices, recommendations of the parks in terms of lodging and mobility, etc. everything you can think of.
Kaken, I recommend Ethiopia. It is not an easy country to digest (I mean many social situations) but that was my first contact with Africa and from there I have not stopped visiting the continent.
Hello, I have traveled a couple of times to Africa with a friend.if you want to get into the tribes and see the true essence of Africa is essential a local guide who knows their customs and language because they are very closed tribes and it is difficult to approach without someone to act as an intermediary.if the travel plan is to know cities or established circuits, you can travel alone perfectly.
It is dangerous to travel to tanzania
When traveling it is important to know in advance the chosen destination, not only prepare the route, choose flights and accommodation, know something about their culture and customs, it is also necessary to know what kind of dangers we can find and how to solve it, so the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation reports on its website, which countries are more dangerous and which are those that should not be visited.
El Salvador because it has one of the highest homicide rates in the world and there are criminal groups called “maras” (gangs) operating throughout the country; in Honduras the insecurity situation is serious, especially in the large urban centers of Tegucigalpa, Ceiba and San Pedro Sula; in Nicaragua where there are strong disturbances in several parts of the country; Venezuela has a very high level of insecurity, and homicide and kidnapping rates are a cause for concern.
In St. Lucia, with the start of the high tourist season, the number of violent street robberies, rapes and especially armed robberies in homes has increased again; in Guatemala, in February, the Fuego volcano erupted; and finally, in Suriname, there may be cases of infection by the dengue, chikungunya and zika viruses.
It is safe to travel to Africa
There are many travelers who have been to South Africa and are eager to return to this wonderful country. In social networks and blogs you will find all kinds of testimonials that will surely give you the final push to visit southern Africa, but you can not be unaware and ignore some facts. It is true that the crime rate in South African cities is high and that muggings, robberies and thefts sometimes happen. However, it is also true that the authorities are aware of this and that tourist areas are heavily guarded. In addition, a trip through the country does not only include big cities and all travelers agree that, outside of them, South Africa is a very quiet country.
Therefore, we can tell you that it is safe to travel to South Africa, but keeping some basic precautions that will make you enjoy your trip. Although traveling in the African country is not like traveling in Europe, do not become paranoid and be consistent.
Because we want you to love South Africa as much as we do, we want to give you some tips for you to plan your trip. Evaluate all the factors, visit areas where you feel comfortable and, above all, enjoy a country as great as this one.