Preparation for your upcoming travel is the most important task you can undertake to ensure safe and happy travels. It is critical that you identify your travel risks. These depend on a number of factors:

  • Destination
  • Purpose of Travel
  • Style of Travel
  • Urban vs Rural
  • Time of Year
  • Social and Medical History
  • Risk Tolerance

We review your itinerary and your personal history and combine it with our knowledge about your particular destination(s) and style of travel to offer you the best travel advice.

Important discussion points include:

  • Sun protection
  • Food and Water Precautions
  • Diarrhea Prevention and Treatment
  • Malaria (and other Insect-borne illnesses) Prevention and Self-Treatment
  • Required and recommended vaccines
  • Rabies
  • Acclimatization
  • Safety Issues
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Illness on Return

Your consultation and pre-departure advice will be tailored according to your destination, travel plans, length of stay, medical history, and will provide you with details on these points. You may also consult various websites such as CDC or Public Health Agency of Canada where basic travel information can be found.