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Malaria Vaccinations

Tanzania malaria risk & vaccinations

You must seek medical advice from your doctor or a travel clinic before you depart on your safari. It is important to plan ahead as you may need vaccinations.

Malaria is one of the greatest potential health risks in Tanzania and antimalarial drugs are recommended. The antimalarial drug named Malarone may be the best choice and it should be strongly considered as opposed to other types of antimalarial drugs – consult your doctor or travel clinic. Other antimalarial drugs include Larium and Doxycycline. Whether or not you are taking antimalarial drugs, it is important to protect yourself from mosquito bites from dusk till dawn. This is when the type of mosquito whose bite transmits malaria is active. Precautionary measures include using DEET based insect repellant, covering up before dusk and wearing long sleeved shirts, trousers, socks and shoes in the evenings. You should certainly cover up and use insect repellant before going to dinner each evening. Pay particular attention to your ankles and legs as mosquitoes, if present, tend to hover at ankle level.

The information on this page is just a general guide and should not be used instead of a consultation with your travel doctor. The government organizations and travel clinics below are trusted resources for complete and up-to-date info about travelers’ health in Tanzania.

 

Vaccinations: Recommended;

Please see websites below for more detailed immunization advice.

Malaria: High risk throughout the country except in high altitude mountains over 2000m including Ngorongoro crater rim, Mt Kilimanjaro and parts of the Eastern Arc Mountains. Most safari parks are high-risk zones. The highest risk of transition is in the rainy season from November to May.

See websites below for more detailed advice.

More info:

 Australia  – www.travelclinic.com.au

Canada  – www.iamat.org – Vaccinations / Malaria

Ireland  – www.tmb.ie

New Zealand  – www.iamat.org  – Vaccinations / Malaria

United Kingdom  – www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk

United States  – wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel

 
 
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