We take care of your vacation as if it were ours.

Whether it’s a guided tour in a small group or an individual safari in flight, we’ll find the trip that suits you best.
We take time for you and advise you with competence, conviviality and thoroughness. Finally, entrust us with your best moment of the year: your holidays. For us, this is the best confirmation of our work. If you come back with enthusiasm, share your travel experience with us and recommend it.

All Outback Africa safari consultants visit Africa regularly. Whether it’s testing one of our group tours, discovering new accommodations or exploring a new destination. From our own experience, we know the climate, the traffic conditions, the airports and immigration controls, the mentality of people, the classic highlights and many other secrets that we are happy to reveal.

For each Tour, you will receive detailed travel advice. Thanks to our customers’ feedback and our own local experience, these documents are constantly updated, supplemented and improved. We regularly receive very good notes from our clients in preparation for our trip.

To travel to Africa is to admire beautiful landscapes, discover completely different cultures, observe remarkable fauna and flora, enjoy beautiful weather and experience adventure everyday. If this continent has countless attractions, it also presents many risks, including health risks. So that your stay in one of its countries goes well, here are 5 tips to take into account in order to prepare well for your holiday.

What to plan to stay healthy?

Having a small range of medications and a good first aid kit is helpful when you’re on vacation in Africa. In addition to basic headache and pain relief medication, such as paracetamol, consider carrying mosquito repellent sprays and a wide-brimmed hat. Also recommended are anti-diarrhoea medications such as Imodium. Some form of ibuprofen is also useful to deal with any muscular aches and pains which may occur on your journey.
The use of sunscreen lotions may also be useful to reduce the discomfort caused by sunburn.

 

The essential vaccines

To prevent your escapade from turning into a nightmare, be sure to make a visit to a travel clinic beforehand, in order to get acquainted with the essential vaccines before entering African territory. These include anti-malarial treatments, yellow fever and other vaccinations. It is recommended to do this in advance as some vaccines require taking two shots on different dates.

Our Recommendations

·Documents: passport valid 6 months after the return date and biometric visa (preferably).

·Mandatory vaccine: yellow fever (vaccination record requested).

Recommended vaccines: universal vaccines, MMR, hepatitis A, typhoid, haemophilus influenzae, meningitis B, anti-malarial treatment; possibly rabies, meningococcal meningitis A and C.

 

Equipment and clothing to take away

Staying in Africa doesn’t mean you’re going to land in a wild, civilization-free place. For this purpose, you can travel light and carry only the bare minimum. In addition to your clothes, shower accessories and camera, the addition of a sheet, mosquito net and flashlight may be helpful. As for the choice of clothes, prefer versatile outfits, because if during the days it can be very hot, the nights can be quite cool.