Malaria & Safety – Amakhala GR

Philip Briggs
Expert
By Philip Briggs

Philip lives in South Africa and has authored many guidebooks to African destinations, including the Rough Guide to Game Parks of South Africa.

Philip lives in South Africa and has authored many Africa guidebooks, including the Rough Guide to Game Parks of South Africa.

Philip is the author of many Africa guidebooks, including the Rough Guide to Game Parks of South Africa.

Philip is author of the Rough Guide to Game Parks of South Africa.

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Travel Alert

Safety

Amakhala Game Reserve is in our opinion very safe to visit. All South Africa’s parks and reserves are virtually crime-free. There is some crime in towns and cities, so normal precautions should be taken when visiting urban centers during your trip (see ‘Cities & Other Urban Areas: Safety Precautions’ below). The vast majority of travelers don’t have any crime-related incidents during their visit.

Malaria-Free & Vaccinations

There is no malaria in Amakhala. Unless you also plan to visit parts of the country where malaria can be a risk, there is no need to take antimalarials. There are several vaccinations advisable for travel to South Africa. Consult with your local travel clinic.

Wildlife Viewing

Wildlife viewing is very safe as long as you listen to the instructions given by your guide. Also, take notice of the 'Wildlife Viewing Safety Precautions' below. Optional walking safaris are conducted by very experienced armed guides and your safety will be ensured at all times.

Further advice on limiting dangers and annoyances when traveling:

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