Question: Is Kenya safe for solo female Travellers?

Travel Tips There are no risks specific to solo travel in Kenya, but single women in particular should apply the usual common-sense precautions such as not walking alone at night in cities, particularly Nairobi, and avoiding deserted beaches.

Is Nairobi safe for solo female Travellers?

The verdict. Nairobi, Kenya is one of the best and safest destinations for solo female travelers. It has lots of fun things to do, its geared towards people who spend time alone, and its a very secure destination where common sense will keep you even safer.

Is it safe to travel to Africa alone as a woman?

Though its definitely safe to travel in Africa alone, all travel comes with risk, and Africa is no exception. Its important to avoid traveling to areas that are currently in conflict, like areas of Central and West Africa, so check your travel advisories to help you plan your trip.

Do I need shots to go to Africa?

The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for travelers to North and West Africa: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, rabies, anthrax and meningitis.

How many shots are required for hepatitis A vaccine?

The combination vaccine can be given to anyone 18 years of age and older and is given as three shots over 6 months. All three shots are needed for long-term protection for both hepatitis A and hepatitis B.

What shots do I need to travel?

Which Travel Vaccines Will I Need?Hepatitis A.Hepatitis B.Typhoid and paratyphoid fever.Meningococcal disease.Yellow Fever.Rabies.Japanese Encephalitis.15 Mar 2011

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