To which country in Africa to travel
We have made the following document summarizing the protocols that apply today in each of the countries we work with. As we all know, nowadays everything is very changeable and some aspects may vary from today to when you are going to travel. In any case, we are in permanent contact with the competent authorities in each of the countries through official bodies of each country as well as through our correspondents at destination and when the time comes, we will advise you and we will make your life easy to travel, do not hesitate to do so. A little further down we indicate the rest of the countries, do not miss it.
And what are the basic guidelines to keep in mind in Africa? In terms of health, for example, vaccination against diseases such as Yellow Fever, Malaria or Hepatitis A. Although you should also take into account hygiene measures such as always drinking properly bottled water without ice (or bottled water with gas, a good trick to ensure that the water is treated), use mosquito repellents, avoid risky sexual behavior, use sunscreen and carry medicines and antiseptics in case you suffer any injury. Of course, you should also take out a good travel insurance policy.
Taking into account these basic aspects, we will now classify the safest countries in Africa to travel with Viajes Etnias, in relation to the level of safety for Western tourists and by way of prior information to help start planning a trip (data taken from the map of warnings prepared by the Government of Canada):
In all these cases that have been cited, our trips have expert guides and previously studied itineraries in which we have verified that everything will run smoothly and you will enjoy the best of each country.
Cheapest countries in Africa to travel to
Know the necessary vaccinations to travel to African countries. We inform you about the vaccinations required by each African country to protect against Yellow Fever, Malaria and other diseases.
Vaccinations for travel to African countries are usually the polio vaccine, yellow fever, tetanus, hepatitis A, typhoid fever, cholera or meningococcal meningitis, but it is not necessary to get all of them. It depends on the destination, as for example there is a special type of vaccine for traveling to Kenya, as there are also vaccines to go to South Africa different from the other regions.
The first recommendation if you are about to travel to countries in Africa, Asia or South America is to go to the doctor. He/she will be the one who will be able to inform you accurately and clearly if you need to take any medication or get vaccinated before traveling to any of these destinations.
Vaccination against yellow fever is carried out for two different purposes: 1. To prevent the international spread of the disease by protecting countries from the risk of importation or spread of the yellow fever virus.
Although we normally associate the Maghreb countries with a completely different place, we should not forget that places like Morocco are still part of the African continent. Caressed by the Sahara and nurtured by a tapestry of vibrant imperial cities, the country of couscous owes much of its charm to the bazaars of Marrakech, the exoticism of places like the Draa Valley, or the psychedelia of villages like the blue Chaouen, not far from the Mediterranean coast. Undoubtedly, one of the safest countries in Africa.