Malaria & Safety – Katavi NP
In general, it is very safe to travel to Katavi in our opinion. There is virtually no crime in Tanzania’s parks and reserves. Aside from the staff working for tour operators and camps, most of the people you meet will be tourists.
Malaria & Vaccinations
Several vaccinations are recommended for Katavi NP and Tanzania in general – consult your travel clinic or local doctor. Guarding yourself against malaria is also important. Use of a mosquito repellent with at least 30% DEET and covering up in the evening are advisable, as well as antimalarial drugs.
There are always certain risks involved with wildlife viewing, but adhering to the advice and direction of your expert guide will keep you safe We also recommend that you read our ‘wildlife viewing safety precautions’ in the list below.
Further advice on limiting dangers and annoyances when traveling:
- Wildlife Viewing Safety Precautions
- General Safety Precautions
- Cities & Other Urban Areas: Safety Precautions
- Safety & Security – Tanzania
- Malaria & Vaccinations – Tanzania