Safari trips are full of fun and excitement. You get to learn new things, meet new people, see new ambience each and every day on Kenya camping safaris. The kind of animals and sceneries you have only seen on television and wildlife magazines are right here in front of your eyes. While enjoying all this, one might tend to forget about the hassles and diseases, which might come along on the trip. To prevent all the problems and issues, here are few things, which you need to keep in mind:
Take vaccination: Before leaving for the safari in Tanzania or Kenya, you need to find out about all the diseases, which are prevalent in the area. Malaria, typhoid, cholera and diarrhea are few of them. Make sure to get vaccinated for them a couple of weeks before the trip. This will help you in staying healthy while enjoying everything on the safari.
Carry bug repellent: Always carry mosquito and bug repellent with you during safari. Whether it is day or night, apply it generously on your skin to prevent bugs and mosquitoes. Apart from this wear full sleeved clothes while going into deep dark forests.
Carry medical kit: Keep a medical first aid kit in your bag for the safari trip. This can come in handy in case of minor injuries or scratches.
Don’t carry too much cash: If possible, try not to carry too much cash with you or keep it in one place. Do not even think about leaving it in your camp or hotel room. Keep only necessary amount of money in pocket or wallet and hide rest somewhere in hidden pocket without revealing it to anyone.
When you are visiting a new country, it is good to understand its basics as a traveler. All these tips can help in keeping troubles at bay.