Last Minute Travel

Last minute travel Advice

A travel consultation with one of our experts should ideally be conducted at least 4-6 weeks before embarking on your travel. This gives ample time for a thorough travel plan and to administer any vaccination.

There are instances where unexpected events occur which require immediate travel. If you need to travel on short notice, it’s best delaying an appointment with one of our travel experts.  One of our last minute consultations will be able to provide crucial advice and instructions for preventing illness and in some cases, vaccination can be provided depending on your overall health, age and area of travel. This accelerated schedule can prove the difference between avoiding or catching a disease.

Despite taking precaution to stay safe while travelling, misfortune can still occur. Travelling can be an exciting time, especially if you’re visiting a new country or continent. You shouldn’t feel like your time abroad was a disaster.

Things to consider if inoculation is unavailable due to a short-notice trip:

  • Insect repellent is a must if travelling to a region with a high risk of malaria
  • Avoid food and drink that may be contaminated, eat and drink from trusted sources.
  • Avoid contact with wild animals and local domesticated pets
  • Carry a first-aid kit with prescribed medicines and handy items
  • Avoid rural areas and prolonged contact with locals who may be carrying illnesses

Our team of experts will provide you with the utmost care and professionalism. Our post-travel care will focus on monitoring and regular check-ups in order to make sure you haven’t brought back any illnesses that may cause harm to you or others. We understand that sometimes one cannot avoid emergency travel , so let us put your mind at ease and keep you safe.

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