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Limpopo NP lies in a malaria zone and precautions are advisable. Steps to protect against malaria include taking antimalarial medication and applying mosquito repellent that contains DEET. Cover as much exposed skin as possible in the evening, when mosquitoes are active. The risk of contracting malaria is worst in the Wet season, from November to April.
You should also consult your local doctor or travel clinic to determine which vaccinations are recommended for Mozambique.
Viewing wild animals is very safe as long as you follow your guide’s instructions. Self-drive visitors should familiarize themselves with the rules of the park. The ‘Wildlife Viewing Safety Precautions’ link below also contains useful tips.