Depending on where you are coming from, your government may ask you to have certain immunisations against things like Yellow Fever and other nasty tropical diseases. It is best to check with your local travel advisory board to be 100% sure you have the necessary shots before coming out.
Some parts of Southern Africa are low risk malaria areas, such as Northern KZN, the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. However, despite this low risk we strongly advise that if your safari falls in a malaria zone that you take precautions in the form of anti-malaria [...]
In most major South African cities (Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban) the tap water is perfectly safe to drink. However, in many of the places we visit the lodge tap water comes unfiltered from rivers or boreholes which may not be safe for drinking. This is especially the case in northern [...]