What can we say? It was without doubt the best holiday either of us have ever had, and we have been on some good ones in the past. We would like to thank Paul for all his hard work, great patience and his very good advice.
Karen & Martin
Injections and Prophylactics
We suggest that you consult your GP for advice on any injections or prophylactics that are currently being recommended for the regions in which you are travelling. Generally most of our destinations are in areas where malaria may exist, so protection is essential.
Particular care should be taken to avoid problems related to the hot African sun, when travelling in an open top vehicle or on a boat the breeze can make the sun’s power seem deceptively weak. Cover up well, use plenty of high factor sunscreen, moisturise your skin, drink plenty of water and wear a suitable hat and sunglasses.
We strongly advise you to use a strong insect repellent on exposed areas of skin particularly from dusk to dawn when mosquitoes are most active. We also advise you to sleep under the mosquito net which is fitted over your bed at night.
Hygiene and Sanitation
Please be assured that the high, first world standards of hygiene and sanitation in our camps ensure that most visitors will have trouble free fantastic holiday.