Safari Travel to African

Africa’s most popular tourist destinations are currently labelled by the US Department of State as Level 1 or Level 2 travel destinations. This ultimately means that travelers are not steered away from travel in Africa but rather advised to exercise caution during their stay. This is advisable when traveling to any unknown destination in the world. To put this into perspective, if you were to travel to the gorgeous shores of Italy or the United Kingdom, These travel advisories should be taken into consideration when planning any trip, but a government travel warning doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a bad idea to plan a trip to a particular destination. After reading an advisory, we recommend you chat about this information with your dedicated travel consultant who will assist you in gaining an understanding of what it’s actually like on the ground in the destination you’re thinking of visiting – one of the many benefits of booking your safari vacation with an Africa based operator.