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Riding Horses in Africa with Mozambique Horse Safari

Health & Safety Advice

Netcare’s Nhamacunda Medical Centre in Vilankulo provides 24/7 emergency care as well as a list of other health services. The unit is well equipped and of international standard.

Mozambique is a malaria area, hence we strongly suggest visiting your GP for a recommendations on a prophylactic for your holiday. Most locals in Vilankulo use Deltaprim which is also marketed as Maloprim or Malosone. For treatment we suggest Coartem & Co-Artesiane, which are readily available and reasonably priced at the Nhamacunda Medical Centre. It is also advisable to wear long sleeve tops and trousers in the evening, use mosquito repellent and make sure you use your mosquito nets.

A Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is only required for travellers 9 months of age and older coming from, or who are in airport transit for more than 12 hours within a country with risk of Yellow Fever transmission.

Horse Volunteer Africa is Mozambique Horse Safari’s equine volunteer project is targeted at gap year students and volunteers looking to work with horses for an extended time, develop their riding skills and discover the culture of Mozambique.

Horse Safari Africa promotes some of the finest owner operated equestrian holidays in Southern Africa. Check out some amazing holidays from the wilderness and ancient history of Zimbabwe to the beautifully rugged shoreline of the Wild Coast in South Africa.

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