Provided at Cost Price. Check the Vaccine indications & schedule

Routine Prevention is what the vast majority of people would want prior to travel.

  • Hepatitis A & Typhoid – Vaccinations routinely recommended for travel in developing countries.
  • Yellow Fever – a legal requirement to enter some countries.
  • Influenza. Are you travelling during the local flu season?

Measles is an important consideration for people who haven’t previously been Vaccinated.

Non-Essential prevention strategies depend on the level of risk. You may wish to be protected against the following:

Malaria tablets are recommended for travel to Malaria-Endemic Areas.

Cholera Vaccine is often used to help prevent traveller’s diarrhoea.