What to pack for Zimbabwe

Bring all the medication you need to take for your whole trip from home.

You should also bring along a comprehensive first aid kit that includes antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, antidiarrheal medication, antibacterial ointment, antimalarial tablets, rehydration electrolyte sachets, insect spray and repellent, water purification tablets and bandages.


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Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey

day 1

Sleeping with elephants
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey
  • Deluxe Victoria Falls, Cape Town and Hermanus Odyssey

day 2

Exploring Victoria Falls

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Your health in Zimbabwe

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