SAFE-GUARDING AN EXPERIENCE IN AFRICA

Talking about safe precautions when visiting Africa has become more dependent on checking with travel sites and agencies from intended destinations not forgetting Covid-19 updates. Travellers should verify with their local government authorities and preferred medical experts to ensure a desirable healthy balance . We at Shumba Safaris have been constantly updating with safety safari travel guides that protects our clients health.

Now could be the right time to start holiday planning and checking inside travel bucket list for dream travels. This refers to consulting travel planners for additional knowledge and insights, guiding maps, preparing and researching more about intended destinations. Here are some essentials tips:

DO NOT SHOW OFF YOUR MONEY                

During travelling around Africa, there is an important need to wear a money belt for safety. Remember to only withdraw or carry enough money for the day and safeguard your pin details. Usually a holiday is meant to relieve travellers from day to day work or business pressures and family stresses etc. Therefore all expensive jewelry is highly recommended to be left back at home.

BE READY TO USE ESCAPE ROUTE

Probably during a City and Township Tour, always try to avoid places or streets that has lesser frequency usage. Do not walk alone at night and make use of Uber drivers and/ or makes arrangements with shuttle service providers. We recommend that travellers should wear a safari gear with few more zipping pockets. Although petty crimes such as pick pocketing are common in many place, extra carefulness is highly advised. When driving around in Africa, always keep a safe distance from a car in front.

KNOW YOUR DESTINATION PLACE

There is a full travel need to familiarize with selected destination(s) such as security measures and new points of interests. A developed knowledge and understanding of local travel suppliers will help you with securing an unforgettable holiday experience.

WHAT TO WEAR DURING SAFARI TRIP

Somebody would ask whether or not safari dress code really matters?  The answer is definitely yes it counts a lot and we recommend dark colours such green or khaki with many side pockets, preferably having some zips.

WHY TRUST SHUMBA SAFARIS

We ensure a safer clientele exploration, through providing consistent alerts throughout guided tour. We also share updates of trending funny behaviors from thieves which would help enlighten our self-driving or guided visitors. Hence we do not charge any protection fee, therefore serving and satisfying our clients is the main ultimate goal.

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