We are visiting Cape Town and Phinda the first week in October. It is suggested by the CDC site that we take anti-malaria pills and also get Hepatitus A and Tetanus shots. On the other hand we have been advised that it is not neccesary for Phinda and that most guests there do not get these shots or take malaria pills if this is their only destination. Any thoughts whether it is strongly suggested as the CDC site implies? Thanks
Malaria Pills and Vaccinations
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