Persons not fit for long trips due to health reasons including heart disease, chronic illness, physical handicap, advanced pregnancy and/or mental illness should not participate in rigorous travel programs. Travelers who fail to notify Continent Tours of such condition(s) shall be subject to the cancellation penalties and assume the full risk of traveling while in such condition. Continent Tours shall not be responsible for providing any medical care or special accommodations. Continent Tours and associated companies reserve the right to disqualify a tour participant at any time if, in their sole judgment, a tour participant is not deemed to be medically fit for travel. Continent Tours and associated companies, assume no liability regarding provision of medical health requirements, updates, and/or medical accommodations. Our pre-departure information will provide general recommendations for any inoculations or precautions required for the destination(s) booked, however, it is the responsibility of travelers to check with their medical professional, local health authorities such as the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta (CDC) for specific requirements. Malaria is endemic to some parts of Africa and precautions must be taken. See your health practitioner for advice. Prior to travel, required inoculations, if any, must be recorded by each passenger’s health practitioner on a valid vaccination certificate, which the traveler must carry for proof of inoculation where required. If a traveler is concerned about taking any medications or receiving certain inoculations, check with your health practitioner BEFORE confirming your reservation.