Hunt SA cannot provide you with professional medical advice. We suggest that you consult your personal physician. We do, however, recommend that you take the following into consideration. Make sure your tetanus vaccination is up to date. Consider vaccinating for HEP A and B as well as Typhoid fever. We have never had water borne illness in the history of HuntSA. You will be drinking safe, bottled water, but it is a good idea to be prepared.
South Africa is malaria free. However, if you plan to travel to the northeastern part of South Africa, including Kruger National Park, or to Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique or Zambia, it is wise to discuss anti-malaria medications with your doctor. We do not recommend children younger than six years old to travel to any malaria area.
Please remember to communicate any food allergies to us so that we are prepared.
There is a fair amount of dust and pollen in the hunting areas, so make sure to bring your over the counter or prescription allergy medicine.
We suggest that you bring your written prescription along with the medicine. Just in case you need to refill.
South Africa has world-class medical facilities and doctors within reasonable travel distance from our concession. However, HuntSA does not offer medical or medical evacuation insurance. We can connect you with providers for such insurance at the time of booking your airfare.