It is always a great practice to consult with your doctor at least six weeks prior to traveling to any foreign land. Each country has its own health or vaccination requirements and you will need to follow those. In fact, certain countries ban you from possessing certain prescription drugs. We advise that you make every effort possible to ensure that you are fit to travel and are able to enjoy all services you have booked for and undertaken. The best source for such information would be the country Consulate or your Consulate and it is ideal that you check with them for the latest information before you travel.
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- How do I ensure if I am fit to travel?