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Frequently Asked Questions

Weather changes are a source of concern as they affect many other parts of your travel. The weather is generally warm, especially in low-altitude areas. The weather will vary from time to time and from season to season. If you travel in June, July, and August, the weather is mostly cold. Carry both warm and light clothes for the safari.

Use your weather app to get insights about the weather in specific geographical regions. Usually, a guide can help with advice on what to wear or bring along on your trip. They can also give you insights on the best months to visit certain places. Pack comfortable shoes especially boots for hiking.

When traveling, you can get vaccinated for various diseases. Since there are many diseases that you may catch while on safari, vaccines can protect you. Plan and get a vaccination against, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Yellow Fever, and Polio. Your physician can also help you with anything else you may need to feel safe. Carry the medication you require on your trip. If you have signs of illness, contact a doctor immediately.

Malaria is a fatal illness and requires immediate medical attention. Carry mosquito repellants along with you as they can help keep off mosquitoes and tsetse flies which are dangerous for your health.

If you have health insurance, it may or may not work in most parts of the country. However, you can use MEDIVAC, which is a temporary solution. In case you get an accident that requires medical evacuation. They will send flying doctors to your aid. While using our services, you can get more insights on the safest way to handle a medical emergency while out in the wild.

While traveling to East Africa, you need to have travel documents ready. Getting a visa does not cost that much. With $50, you can get hold of your tourist visa. Additionally, with $100, American citizens can travel to East Africa with a tourist visa. You can obtain the visa at the point of entry. All you need is to meet other mandatory requirements like a Yellow Fever card and also the fee. Also, you have to fill some forms to apply for the visa. The waiting period is very short.

Fill out forms and obtain that visa ready to take your tour. If you plan to travel between East African countries, you can have your travel agent help you get the rest during your journey. Carry your passport as it is the most crucial document to bring along.

When on safari, you may have heard stories about theft. Try as much as you can to keep your valuables safe. Most people are easy targets due to their assumptions that they are safe. Carry less cash and keep it secured when in large towns and crowded places. Alternatively, use a card for payments to avoid theft.

Do not leave your valuables in a hotel room. Most hotels will ask you to leave electronics and other valuables with the front desk when heading out. Gullah Geechee Africa can also help you get to safe accommodation sites.

Yes. You can bring along your family for the tour. Children also can come. Depending on how well you know your kids, work within their limits for a fun safari. Hiking may be a little tricky for younger children with little to no experience walking for long distances. Gullah Geechee Africa can ensure that your family enjoys a fun-filled safari. They will organize a fine trip that will bring the whole family together. 

A vehicle ensures that you get to the places on time and in comfort. Lastly, accommodation is a safe place to rest and unwind after a long day out in the wild.

Relax and enjoy the safari. Most people worry a lot about all the things that might go wrong till they can no longer have a fun vacation.