You must be in possession of a passport that is valid for 6 months past the day of your departure. In the Visa section of your passport, you must have at least three blank pages available. If you are an American, Canadian or European Union passport holder, you do not require visas for travel to Botswana, South Africa or Namibia.
Visa requirements may vary from time to time and between countries, requirements should be checked with the nearest tourist office or diplomatic mission. Health certificates may be required, but these also vary with country of origin and should be checked with the relevant authorities. However, yellow fever vaccination certificates are recommended for travel to and within East Africa. Malaria is prevalent in many parts of Africa, and visitors should take all necessary precautions. Anti-malaria medication should be started prior to arrival. Consult with your physician or your local travel clinic before your departure.
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