Zimbabwe was once the richest country in Africa. More recently the economy is struggling after over a decade of instability. Tourists are beginning to return to this beautiful country and some may say there’s no better time to do so, while accommodation and resorts are relatively low in cost.
Travel Health Information
vaccinations for travelling here
Before you travel to Zimbabwe, it is important to get vaccinated, as all visitors to this country are likely to need the hepatitis A, typhoid vaccines, alongside the tetanus, diphtheria and polio vaccine. Much of the country is at high risk of malaria. Yellow fever certification requirements may apply so book a consultation with a specialist to check what you need.
Infections and Outbreaks frequently change from country to country and by attending our clinics you will be given the most up to date clinical and safety advice from our team of specialists. Our advice to you often includes aspects such as:
- Food and water hygiene
- Insect and animal bite avoidances
- Personal safety
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Sun protection
- Altitude sickness
Malaria and regions within country:
There is a high risk of P.Falciparum malaria in all areas below 1200m but not Harare or Bulawayo. Anti-malarial medication is recommended in high risk zones. There is a low risk in other areas and anti-malarial medication is not normally advised.
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For anyone planning to travel abroad we recommend visiting the following government website for all the latest travel guidance and advice.