Should I be worried about malaria?

Posted on February 11, 2020, featured in

The areas that you will be visiting are extremely remote, and the chances of catching Malaria are slim; but we do suggest you speak to your family doctor and get their advice on what prophylactics you should take, to reduce that risk even more. There are other methods you can use as well, and those are – to use mosquito repellent liberally; to wear long trousers and light long-sleeved shirts or a shawl in the evenings, when mosquitos tend to be out more.  All the properties will have mosquito nets, more repellent and insect spray to make sure your rooms are kept nice and clear  It is also important to note that malaria is extremely treatable, and only becomes dangerous when ignored; so when you return home, do visit your doctor if you have any of the symptoms – fever, headache, diarrhea and vomiting.