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Popular Countries You May Want To Visit Next
That Require Yellow Fever Certificates
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New Exotic Experiences & Adventures
With a wealth of information available on websites and travel ...
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5 Popular Countries Where You May Need A Yellow Fever Vaccination
This disease shouldn’t dissuade ...
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3. Venezuela
A Caribbean coastline, idyllic islands and Amazonian landscapes and wildlife are just...
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5. Rwanda
CNN has recently listed the mountain gorillas in Rwanda as one of the best things to vis...
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Popular Countries You Want To Visit Next That Require Yellow Fever Certificates

With a wealth of information available on websites and travel blogs, and an ever increasing availability of flights, the world is becoming much more accessible and many travellers are choosing developing countries as their next holiday destinations. While these countries offer a wonderful assortment of new experiences and adventures, they are exotic in every sense of the word and many pose health risks of which travellers should be aware. One of the risks is the exposure to yellow fever - a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. If you are planning on traveling through the tropical areas of South and Central America or Africa you should take note of the countries where yellow fever occurs.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. www.travelhealth.com.au Popular Countries You May Want To Visit Next That Require Yellow Fever Certificates
  • 2. www.travelhealth.com.au New Exotic Experiences & Adventures With a wealth of information available on websites and travel blogs, and an ever increasing availability of flights, the world is becoming much more accessible and many travellers are choosing developing countries as their next holiday destinations. While these countries offer a wonderful assortment of new experiences and adventures, they are exotic in every sense of the word and many pose health risks of which travellers should be aware. Yellow Fever One of the risks is the exposure to yellow fever - a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. If you are planning on travelling through the tropical areas of South and Central America or Africa you should take note of the countries where yellow fever occurs. Yellow fever vaccinations requirements vary from country to country. For some, you may need a vaccination to prevent the risk of contracting the disease, but also require proof of vaccination to enter the country or once you return back home. For the best advice you should consult with a travel health professional to find out exactly what the requirements are for your chosen destination.
  • 3. www.travelhealth.com.au 5 Popular Countries Where You May Need A Yellow Fever Vaccination This disease shouldn’t dissuade you from travelling to new countries and with proper planning, some precaution and safe, effective vaccinations you can minimise your chances of getting infected. Here are five popular countries for which you may need a yellow fever vaccination: 1. Brazil The 2014 FIFA World Cup has certainly put Brazil on many travellers’ maps. With gorgeous beaches, breath-taking rain forests and bustling cities to visit this beautiful country offers an amazing travel experience to its visitors. The city of Rio de Janeiro is especially popular for its bright beaches, mountains, music and dance. Jericoacoara should be on your to do list if you love lazing on tropical beaches – it’s not known as the Brazilian Maldives for nothing! If you love nature, then head for the Panatal, a vast wetland teeming with local flora and fauna. 2. Argentina Argentina is well known for its good mix of beautiful landscapes, delicious food, vibrant culture and friendly locals. This country’s top tourist attractions include the Iguaza Falls, the Mendoza wine regions and Ushuaia – the world’s southernmost city. Patagonia is a must visit in the southern part of the country if you really want to feel like getting away from it all. The region is packed with local wildlife, birds and you can even spot some marine creatures along the coast such as southern right whales, orcas and elephant seals.
  • 4. www.travelhealth.com.au 3. Venezuela A Caribbean coastline, idyllic islands and Amazonian landscapes and wildlife are just some of the variety that makes a trip to Venezuela unforgettable. Although not as popular as Brazil or Argentina, this nation attracts many travellers seeking adventure and untouched landscapes. Angel Falls is one of the star attractions in Venezuela and with a total height of 979m, it’s actually 16 times the height of Niagara Falls. 4. Kenya If you’re looking for a holiday destination that offers safari adventures, tranquil beaches and rich cultural experiences then you should visit Kenya. This African country is an animal lover’s paradise. The Masai Mara National Reserve - with its rich wildlife - frequently features on ‘must-see’ lists for travellers to the continent. Other local attractions include the Amboseli National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park in Central Kenya.
  • 5. www.travelhealth.com.au 5. Rwanda CNN has recently listed the mountain gorillas in Rwanda as one of the best things to visit in Africa. Although relatively unexplored, many tour operators in this are offer trekking and safari tours to view gorillas, chimpanzees and other wild life in the forests, mountains and volcanoes that form part of the Rwandan landscape. For a complete list of countries that require yellow fever certificates and advice on other prevention methods, make an appointment with an experienced doctor or nurse at a travel clinic like Travel Health Fremantle. They are a one stop travel shop located 20 minutes from the Perth CBD. Their highly skilled team of travel medicine clinicians are recognised as leaders in the field of travel health and they will provide you with all the necessary information, medication and vaccinations you may need to prepare for a healthy and safe trip. Contact them on 08 9336 6630 or visit www.travelhealth.com.au to book an appointment with one of their dedicated travel doctors.

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