• No shots or vaccinations are required to visit most tourist destinations.
  • If you haven’t seen your dentist in ages, a check-up might avoid toothache on the trip. 
  • If you are on regular medication, bring enough for the whole trip and carry at least a week’s supply in your cabin bag. Bring a copy of a prescription, or a doctor’s letter, as well. Medication should preferably carry pharmacy labels.
  • Wherever you go, be meticulous with personal hygiene. Wash your hands or use hand wipes before eating.
  • All licensed escorting guide have first aid training.
  • Walking and carrying weight can be hard on joints.  If you have arthritis, or have had any surgery on your knee, hip or ankle joints, consult a physician before going on any hikes.
  • If you have any other ailments that could affect your ability to walk long distances, for example, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, back pain, and many other check with a physician before attempting a hike tour as they can  painful and dangerous on a distance hikin