Whether you are taking public transport or self-driving the country, there are things you need to consider before you go. Here are our tips for getting around Mozambique safely.
Like any other country in the world, there is a risk of catching a disease in Mozambique. However, unlike every other country, the risk is a littler larger, and the possible diseases are little more serious than the common cold or flu.
Mozambique's social issues have sadly become a feeder for crime and poverty as locals struggle to make ends meet. Here's what you need to know to stay safe.
You would be wise to only use cash in Cameroon - the Central African Franc (FCFA) is the only form of payment in much of the country. Credit cards are accepted in some establishments, but fraud is endemic. Counterfeit currency is a growing problem.
Our travel safety expert shares his top tips on road safety, health concerns, bribery, civil unrest, crime, politics, and corruption in Cameroon.
Crime is not a major problem in Sao Tome and Principe, but staying healthy is. Find out how to stay safe while traveling the islands with these tips.
Djibouti is one of the safer countries located on the Horn of Africa. Here's everything you need to know about safety.
Everything you need to know about crime before you go to Madagascar, from political tensions and no-go zones to bush taxis and petty crime.
Get the latest information on natural disasters, political instability, civil unrest and how it may affect your travel plans.
Heading to Uganda to see mountain gorillas, but worried about safety? Our safety expert shares his tips.
Looking for a travel destination that offers diverse landscapes to explore? How about a place with a long, rich history and a fascinating culture that revolves around ancient magic and mystery? Then Madagascar is the place for you.