Plan Your Trip

The tempting part of traveling is the idea of ​​organized trips, with schedules you’re not always comfortable with, interests that are not always interesting, and some strangers forced to take care of your trip.

Planning a trip can seem overwhelming and this guide breaks it down in an easy-to-follow format with step-by-step instructions. Let me share some tips with you that saved me lots of hours and headaches during the trip-planning process.

Decide Your African Destination(s)

Which of the African destination(s) is calling your name? First, decide the reason you want to travel. Do you want to travel to escape winter, on vacation, or to reconnect with your African roots?

One thing to consider is destinations that fit your budget for this tour.

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Check the Travel Advice and Advisories

Once you have chosen your destination, visit your government’s website to see the information on security, entry and exit requirements, health conditions, local laws and culture, natural disasters and climate, and how to find help when you are there.

You should take the correct measures to ensure safety when you are traveling and respect local regulations. For example, some places require you to get a tourist visa, and the delay to get it can be several weeks. You need to plan it in advance.

Find the Travel Advice and Advisories here:

Take Care of your Health

It is very necessary to visit a travel clinic before traveling to get your vaccines, a general antibiotic, and an anti-malaria (if needed).

Also very important: take travel insurance!

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VISA and Document Requirement

Requirements vary from country to country. Visas may be waived if you’re staying on a specific continent for less than 90 days. On top of that, many countries have inadmissibility guidelines when it comes to issuing visas.

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