What kind of physic level do I need?
Q: What kind of physic level do I need?
A: Quiet trip with many visits and easy walks: 1 to 4 hours maximum per day, without significant elevation. Accessible to anyone in good physical condition Some weekend warm-ups are however recommended. Being healthy is essential to fully enjoy your trip! If your last medical visit is dated, this is an opportunity to perform a health check by explaining to your doctor the main characteristics of your trip (climate, altitude, difficulty ...) A visit to your dentist is also excellent initiative. You will undertake a long journey to high altitudes. The itinerary provides for a gradual acclimatization during the trip since it begins in the oriente, with the city of Sucre located at 2780 meters above sea level, which is the lowest point of your route. The first steps will be, despite this, the most tiring. Keep in mind not to force: move slowly, follow the advice of your guide and in any case drink a lot (but no alcohol the first few days!). Acute Mountain Disease can affect almost anyone in high altitude. Below 3000 m, it is very rare that a person suffers from this disease. It appears most often from 3500 m. The "acute mountain sickness" is due to a lack of oxygenation of the brain due to poor acclimation. A gradual climb in altitude usually avoids mountain sickness. However, the symptoms are unique to each individual and can reach you at any time. "Acute mountain sickness" can have minor consequences, which should not be overlooked. The apparent benign signs are headaches, shortened breathing, insomnia, fatigue, nausea and loss of appetite. Do not hesitate to report it to your guide who will help you and ask for assistance if necessary or the services of the Iffremont (Remember to check in before departure!). In most cases, these symptoms disappear after a few hours or days if one observes simple rules: avoid unnecessary efforts, walk slowly, breathe gently to the lungs, drink a lot. As soon as you run out of breath, stop and catch your breath; Your heartbeat is normal again, you can continue. During the trip, force yourself to drink a lot and inform the guide of your condition, even in case of mild disorders!
How many people in the group ?
Q: How many people in the group ?
A: We limit our groups to 12 people maximum to blend in better with the local atmosphere and with nature. Depending on the departure dates, the minimum required varies from 3 to 4 people. The group's maximum capacity is 10 to 12 people: this can be exceeded if the last travelers register as a couple.
What are we going to visit ?
Q: What are we going to visit ?
A: What you will visit depend of course of which tour you have selected. In each program page you will find a “day by day” page where all the visits and information about the travel you need to know are indicated.
Where do we sleep ?
Q: Where do we sleep ?
A: They may change, depending on availability at the time of your reservation; in this case, they are replaced by accommodations of the same or better category. The night in a refuge in the laguna colorada in the desert of Lipez takes place in dormitories, mixed, from 6 to 8 people. The comfort is simple. Everyone will have a mattress and a pillow. A cloisonne sleeping bag (comfort temperature -5 to -10 ° C depending on the season) is essential. The hostels, planned in San Juan at Salar d'Uyuni and Yumani at Lake Titicaca, have private rooms. These are small family structures, comfortable and clean. The beds have thick mattresses, usually covered with many blankets and pillows. The decoration is to the taste of Bolivians. We privilege here the authenticity in areas where there is little choice ... Homestay nights in Tuni are provided in rooms for up to 4 people, each with a mattress and pillow. You will use your sleeping bag for these nights. If there is not always a shower, you will receive every day a small basin of warm water for your toilet. Sleeping at home involves confronting a daily life that is not ours. It is important to accept and respect the way of life of your guests and our differences. The contact is not always easy and a distance can be installed. Do not be offended and always keep in mind that this is not folklore. We thank you in advance for honoring this choice of accommodation, despite some comfort that some will consider spartan, but which allows rich experiences made of exchanges and sharing. Water and electricity are two rare and random data in these remote areas. Also, it is very rare to find a heating system (radiators, fireplace ...) in shelters, homestay and hostels. It is highly recommended to pack a good pajamas, a fleece and a hot water bottle! If there is no shower in shelters and homestay, those in hostels are often common and hot water is uncertain (and very often short ...). Outside dormitories, you will be accommodated in a double room, depending on the group's occupancy. If you have preferences (couples, friends traveling together, etc.), it is important that you notify us at registration that we can do what is necessary. A supplement will be paid before departure if you wish to be accommodated in single room (subject to availability and impossible for nights in a shelter), or if you register within 30 days prior to departure and that your registration involves an additional room .
Is it possible to have a single room?
Q: Is it possible to have a single room?
A: You can subscribe when booking a supplement to benefit from a single room (in accommodation where possible), from € 102 depending on dates and availability.
What do we eat ?
Q: What do we eat ?
A: Most of the planned meals are taken at the restaurant or in local canteens, identified by the guide before your trip. These meals will allow you to know all the specifics of the local cuisine. Some lunches will be taken in the form of a picnic, especially during the hikes. They are prepared by your guide or a cook and made with local products. All kitchen equipment is provided (plates, cutlery, etc.). Note that fresh products are sometimes lacking at meals, due to the isolation of certain regions covered. We can regularly get drinking water (bottled). Food supplements are always welcome. For the few meals left free, you will find a wide choice of restaurants each time and your guide can advise you. It is important to notify us of any special diet or food allergy when you register so that you can organize your meals accordingly on site.
Do we have a guide ?
Q: Do we have a guide ?
A: Yes you have an English-speaking guide: he can be Bolivian but also from an other country ... He is your guide from your arrival in Sucre until your departure. He is in charge of the success of your trip, so do not hesitate to ask him questions and, above all, to follow his advice. On certain stages, he can be assisted by a local guide or apprentice guide, often Spanish-speaking.
What kind of transport do we use ?
Q: What kind of transport do we use ?
A: Transport are sometimes done by private vehicles, sometimes by local transport. During the course in the Lipez desert, we prioritize safety and space. All 4x4s are therefore revised before departure and carry a maximum of 5 passengers (in addition to the driver). Two long journeys, including one at night from Uyuni to La Paz, are provided by public buses "all comfort, with reclining seat". We select the best companies for these routes and they allow us to optimize your route. Note that the distance covered on this trip is immense. Certain long journeys are inevitable to complete this itinerary in 2 weeks. Furthermore, depending on the weather conditions in the Lipez desert, the tracks can be chaotic and make certain journeys uncomfortable.
What about my Luggage ?
Q: What about my Luggage ?
A: During transfers in a private vehicle, your luggage is installed on the roof of the vehicles and is protected by a tarpaulin. We therefore recommend that you bring a flexible bag (rather than a suitcase) as well as a second, smaller bag, in which you will put your things for the day. The climatic conditions can be difficult: you can have in a few days, or even in the same day, snow, wind, rain and especially a blue sky lit by an immense sun which one must also protect oneself because of its proximity at high altitude! It is therefore essential to have adequate equipment, in all circumstances: polar, sunglasses, kway ...
With who do we fly ?
Q: With who do we fly ?
A: You will fly on regular airlines: Iberia, Air France / KLM, Air Europa. We systematically select companies approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation or meeting international standards and approvals. Airlines on the Civil Aviation blacklists are completely excluded. Be sure to communicate to us imperatively upon registration the names and surnames appearing on your passport, as well as your date of birth (and not your first or common name if your passport does not mention them). In the event of an error, you will not be able to board and charges may be applied by the company. Before your departure, we recommend that you check in online on the airline's website, when this service is available, to cope with the heavy traffic at airports. This will minimize your waiting time, since once you arrive at the airport, you will only have to go to a terminal to print your boarding pass, or go directly to the luggage depot if you already have it. printed. You will be able to subscribe directly to the services offered by the company, in particular that of choosing your location on the plane. To check in, go to the airline's website with your "E-ticket", which shows your reservation number, which is required for check-in. You can contact your advisor for more information.
What is the travel spirit ?
What is included ?
Q:What is the travel spirit ?
A:The travel spirit is what you need for the success of any trip. It is a delicate mixture of good humor, feelings of mutual aid and friendliness, spirit of discovery, goodwill, participation in common tasks as well as respect for local traditions.
Q:What is included ?
A: International flight and transfers from and to the airport Accompaniment by a local French-speaking guide Transport (from you and luggage) during the whole trip Accommodation in a double room (excluding refuge), hotels, inns and homestays Breakfasts, lunches and dinners (except those indicated as free in the program) Visits and entrances to sites and parks planned along the route All activities indicated in the program The assistance of our local partner during the trip Access to the "SOS-MAM" service allowing you to reach, 24/7 during your trip, a doctor specializing in altitude And as a bonus at Nomade Aventure, no booking fees!
What is not included ?
Q: What is not included ?
A:Optional cancellation and / or repatriation insurance (see section "Insurance") Meals indicated as free in the program The exit tax Private transfer until departure of the itinerary or at the first accommodation, in the event of a flight separate from the group Drinks and possible tips
What is the Price with international flight ?
Q: What is the Price with international flight ?
A: Price of the trip without air transfer: from € 00000
What happen if I need to cancel ?
Q: What happen if I need to cancel ?
A: In order to take into account the constraints imposed by our service providers for your trip, and in accordance with our conditions of sale, in case of cancellation by you before the start of the trip, we will apply cancellation fees based on our actual justified costs on the date of your cancellation.
Is there some optional activities ?
Q: Is there some optional activities ?
A: If you want to extend or advance your trip, you can book additional services: - Hotel in La Paz (3-star category): € 90 per room per night (1 or 2 people) - Transfer to the airport or train station (unaccompanied): 40 € per person (for 1 to 12 people)
How much money do I need during the trip ?
Why should I buy an insurance?
Q: How much money do I need during the trip ?
A: The payment of a tip or a gratuity is subject to your discretion. Be aware, however, that these gratuities are greatly appreciated by the local teams, who see them as a sign of thanks for a job well done. Also, we recommend an amount around 2 to 3 € per day and per participant for your main guide, half for a driver or a cook.
What do I need as small personal equipment ?
Q: Why should I buy an insurance?
A: Because you never know what can happen to you before or during your trip! Despite all our talents, we do not yet know how to predict the future ... Because we will pick you up even at Bab el-Oued! Wherever you are, deep in the Pampas, lost in the steppes or perched on an iceberg, our insurer will come and pick you up in the event of a problem! Well, except on the Moon, which we always refuse to add to the contract since our rocket powered by ideas would not be European standards, in short ... Because we insure! Even if you have a credit card which insures, we advise you to inquire to know precisely the clauses of your contract! You will see that the compensation limits and guarantees of our insurance are generally more advantageous than those offered by conventional insurance. During the trip: how does it work if something goes wrong? The right reflex: call! As soon as the problem occurs, and before incurring any costs, call Mutuaide Assistance (01 45 16 43 19) or ask the local team to assist you. The assistance tray is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Are you sure you don't want to buy travel insurance? To find out, ask yourself the right questions: Do your guarantees cover all the participants of this stay? in the event of an interrupted trip, do your guarantees offer a compensatory stay? do your guarantees ensure reimbursement of medical costs abroad up to € 200,000 per person? A word of advice: choose tranquility at the best price If you pay for your stay with a Visa Premier, Infinite or Mastercard Gold, Platinum, take out CB Tranquility Insurance. You will complete and strengthen the guarantees of your bank card insurance. It’s a certainty to benefit from optimal coverage at the best price! Last but not least… By purchasing insurance with Nomade, you benefit from the assistance of our Customer Relations Department to complete your procedures with the insurer. You put all the chances on your side to benefit from the guarantees subscribed as soon as possible and in all peace. If you opt for credit card insurance, you take care of the procedures yourself and, good advice, be patient…! Would you like to take out travel insurance with Nomade? Which contract to choose? You want to sleep on both ears before and during the trip: choose the Tranquility contract (3.80% of the price of your trip) You benefit from full protection in the event of cancellation related to a medical problem affecting your person or your loved ones, but also if you cancel your stay due to an event preventing the completion of the trip. For example, if a volcano ever wakes up without warning, deferral costs are covered. Lost luggage, medical, dental concerns ... that threaten to spoil your stay? You are taken care of. For bigger sores, wherever you are, the tranquility contract ensures your repatriation! You hesitate because you have a credit card that provides: opt for the Tranquility Credit Card contract (2.80% of the price of your trip) You benefit from exactly the same guarantees as those of the Tranquility contract, with the only difference that it complements the guarantees offered by your bank card insurance (attention, contract reserved exclusively for holders of Visa Premier, MasterCard Gold, Platinum, Infinite, having paid the entire stay with their bank card). In the event of a problem, you first notify your bank card insurance, which will define the terms of assistance and compensation. Then, your Credit Card Tranquility contract
Q: What do I need as small personal equipment ?
A: . Good quality sunglasses (for Salar d'Uyuni) . Thermos flask (1 L min.) . Flashlight and / or headlamp (waterproof) . High protection sunscreen . Lighter to burn your trash (to put in checked baggage) . Folding knife (to put in checked baggage) . Toiletries (preferably biodegradable products) . Toilet paper (biodegradable if possible) . Quick dry hand towel . Hearing protection against noise (Boule-Quies type) . Hat or cap covering over the neck . Electric plug adapter
Do I need a Personal first aid kit ?
Q: Do I need a Personal first aid kit ?
A: Get a personal pharmacy. This must contain your usual medicines to which you will add: • Vitamin C or polyvitamin • Pain medication: aspirin or equivalent • Anti-diarrheal (type Imodium…) • Intestinal antiseptic (Ercefuryl type, etc.) • Broad spectrum antibiotic treatment: allow 8 days of treatment (on medical prescription) • Anti-inflammatory ointment • Eye drops (dust, ophthalmia) • Purifying tablets for drinking water (Hydroclonazone, Micropur) • Elastic adhesive strip (Elastoplast) • Set of adhesive dressings • Disinfecting pads • Double skin (protection against blisters, available in pharmacies) • Treatment for colds and sore throats • Biafine type cream for burns • Analgesic in case of persistent headaches due to altitude • Diamox tablets (on medical prescription). Also, specifically for problems related to altitude, we ask you to bring: • Aspirin • Doliprane, Efferalgan (paracetamol) • Topalgic, Contramal (tramadol) • Profenid (ketoprofen) • Primperan, MoKlium (metoclopramide (tablet, suppository or lyoc) • Tiorfan (racecadotril) • Flagyl (metronidazole) • Zythromax 250mg (azythromycin) • Inexium (esomeprazole) • Solupred per os (prednisolone) • Anapen (epinephrine) • Celestene (betamethasone) • Diamox 250 (acetazolamide) • Celestene 8mg injectable (betamethasone) • Adalate 20mg LP (nifedipine) • Viagra 50mg (sildenafil) • Kaleorid (potassium) • SKlnox (zolpidem) • Xanax 0.25mg (alprazolam) • Flagyl 500mg (metronidazole) • Zythromax 250mg (azythromycin) • Tobrex (kanamycin) • Vit A Dulcis eye ointment • Physiological serum • Malarone 250mg (atovaquone proguanil) • Aspirin 250 mg You can offer all or part of your mini-pharmacy to the local team, or a dispensary, hospital or non-profit medical organization, before your departure.
What king of luggage do I need ?
Q: What king of luggage do I need ?
A: We recommend that you take one main piece of luggage and one piece of hand luggage for everyday use: . Main baggage: a soft travel bag or a backpack is necessary because it is easy to store in vehicles. This is the bag that travels in the hold of the plane. During the trip, it contains the things you do not use during the day. Transported by vehicles, you will find it in the evening at your accommodation. At certain stages, it may be suggested that you leave some of your belongings at the hotel for a few days, so as not to clutter up unnecessarily. . Hand luggage: a small hiking backpack is essential. During the trip, this bag will contain the things you will carry for the day: water bottle, camera, etc. Choose it large enough to contain the picnic during certain stages. This is the bag you take with you in the cabin of the plane. It can be useful to have something to "survive" with you for a few days on arrival, in case your checked baggage goes astray: walking shoes, toiletries, medicines and a few spare clothes. The authorized weight is 18 to 23 kg maximum per person for checked baggage, according to the airlines. This information will be indicated on your airline tickets when the invitation is sent. Note that hold baggage service is becoming a paid option for most airlines, both domestic and international, and that this trend will soon be the norm. We still prefer flights including this service when this is possible, your adviser will notify you otherwise. We invite you to travel as light as possible: in addition to the obvious practicality during your trip, it is also an effective way to reduce its carbon footprint. Less weight on the plane, less kerosene released and all pounds matter! So avoid all the superfluous, favor clothes adapted to the season, opt for a light toiletry bag with solid products or "all in one", prefer an electronic medium for your readings. Do it for you, for us and for the planet!
What kind of clothing should I take with me ?
What about my passport ?
Q: What kind of clothing should I take with me ?
A: Clothing: a Gore-tex type jacket, with polar reinforcement, waterproof and wind resistant, sweater, long and warm underwear (Damart type), wool shirts, trekking pants or in resistant canvas, gloves, hats and some clothes suitable for hot temperatures and a swimsuit to bathe in hot springs. Shoes: for hiking, take shoes that are already made for your feet. Prefer hiking shoes of medium or high mountain. Remember to bring another pair to relax in the city or in the evening.
Q: What about my passport?
A: Passport valid at least 6 months after the return date. In order to prepare for any eventuality, care should be taken to have a passport with the number of blank pages required or sufficient (generally 3, including 2 opposite). Emergency passport. This document not being accepted everywhere, it will be necessary to make sure, before making the possible request, that it is recognized by the country concerned by the trip; we will also check if it involves a visa application (which can be the case even for countries where it is exempt with an ordinary passport). If you are traveling with your children, be aware that minors, regardless of their age, must also have an individual passport. French law stipulates that minors traveling with their two parents, or only one of the two, do not need to be in possession of an exit permit. However, this document is mandatory (since January 15, 2017) if this accompanying condition is not met. In the latter case, the child must present: passport (or identity card, depending on the requirements of the country of destination); the authorization to leave the territory form, signed by one of the parents with parental authority (the authorization to leave the territory form is available on the website www.service-public.fr); a photocopy of the identity document of the signatory parent. When a minor travels with one of his parents whose name he does not bear, it is strongly advised either to be able to prove parentage (https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F15392), or to present an authorization to leave the territory (Cerfa form n ° 15646 * 01) duly completed and signed by the other parent with a copy of their identity document. This authorization does not exempt from the completion of any other formality specific to the destination concerning minors. Driving license: to avoid any inconvenience, it may be useful, even for non-European countries officially recognizing on their territory the validity of the French license, to also obtain an international driving license or, failing that, a sworn translation of the French license. If your trip involves transiting through the United States: DOCUMENTS. To enter without a visa, any French, Belgian or Swiss traveler (this also concerns children regardless of their age) traveling, by air or by sea, to the United States (or transiting there) for a tourist trip not exceeding 90 days, must be in possession of an individual passport bearing the symbol "electronic chip" on the cover. From January 15, 2017, the authorization to leave the country is restored for French minors traveling without at least one of their parents. ESTA. All French, Belgian or Swiss travelers going, by air or by sea, to the United States (or transiting there) for a tourist trip, must be in possession, before boarding, of an electronic authorization of ESTA ( Electronic travel authorization system). The ESTA form must be printed, with the words "authorization granted" and presented at check-in. This document, a simple boarding authorization, is not a guarantee of admission to the territory of the USA. Once granted, this authorization is valid for one or more entries and this for two years (or until the validity of the applicant's passport expires). Online forms are available on the website: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/ (the request must be made no later than 72 hours before departure). ESTA's authorization is subject to a charge: US $ 14 (January 2017 price), to be paid by bank card at the time of request. RESTRICTIONS ON EXEMPTION FROM VISA. It should be noted that travelers who have stayed in Iran (but also in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Yemen or Sudan) since March 1, 2011 must, if they wish to go to the United United States or transit through it, apply in person for a visa at the American consulate, even if they are citizens of a country covered by the Visa Waiver Program. This measure also applies to binational nationals of one nationality who is Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian, Libyan, Somali, Yemeni or Sudanese. ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES. New security measures have entered into force at airports: electronic devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.) must be charged and in working order for all flights going to or passing through the United States and London. Screening officers must be able to turn them on. As a precaution, have your charger close at hand. If your device is discharged or defective, it will be confiscated. As this measure may be extended to other airports, we advise you to charge your electronic devices before the flight, regardless of your destination.
What about my visa ?
Do I need any particular vaccinations?
Q: What about my visa ?
A: Citizens many European countries do not need visa to enter Bolivia. Citizens of Canada do not need visa to enter Bolivia. Citizens of the US will need visa to enter Bolivia. Citizens of Australia do not need visa to enter Bolivia. Citizens of New Zealand do not need visa to enter Bolivia. Citizens of Russia will need visa to enter Bolivia. For the countries where you don’t need visa entry is granted on presentation of a passport valid for more than six months, a return air/bus ticket and proof of funds to support yourself for the duration of the stay.
Q: Do I need any particular vaccinations?
A: It is recommended to be updated with the universal vaccines (diphtheria, tetanus, polio, pertussis, hepatitis B). Traditional vaccines against yellow fever, typhoid and hepatitis a are recommended. The vaccine against yellow fever is required for entry to most Latin american countries. Vaccination against typhoid is recommended for extended stays and hepatitis a for those who are not naturally immune. Vaccination against rabies is recommended for long stays (especially expatriates).
Which altitude is reached during the tour?
Q: Which altitude is reached during the tour?
A: For accurate altitudes reached during your stay, you can ask a member of our team who will give you all the altitudes and elevations for your stay.
Mountain sickness (Soroche)
altitude sickness - also known as acute mountain sickness (aMS), altitude illness, hypobaropathy, or soroche - is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. It commonly occurs above 2400 metres (8,000 feet).It presents as a collection of nonspecific symptoms, acquired at high altitude or in low air pressure, resembling a case of flu, carbon monoxide poisoning, or a hangover. It is hard to determine who will be affected by altitude sickness, as there are no specific factors that correlate with a susceptibility to altitude sickness. However, most people can ascend to 2,400 meters (8,000 ft) without difficulty. It is usually caused when arriving directly in high altitude i.e. flying into La Paz where the body has no time to adapt. The simplest solution is to descend to a lower altitude as quickly as possible. In Peru and Bolivia the coca leaf is a common and natural remedy. You can chew them or drink them as a tea - mate de coca. The best way to acclimatize is to follow a tour with progressive ascent. Do not overeat, choose foods low in fat; avoid liquor, no smoking, not taking calming or sleeping pills. For mild headaches, take only paracetamo. acute mountain sickness can progress to high altitude pulmonary edema (HaPE) or high altitude cerebral edema (HaCE), which are potentially fatal.
What can I do to get used to the altitude?
Q: What can I do to get used to the altitude?
A: Most of our tours include an acclimatization usually on the altiplano around the Lake Titicaca and some of our tours have a gradual elevation route. Consult our experts; they can help you with this issue with specific routes. The best technique to acclimate to the altitude is to prepare well before travelling.
• Keep hydrated (water, tea, all fluids are good, except alcohol)
• Eat light
• avoid alcohol for 72 hours after arrival in altitude
• Stay calm when you arriving directly in altitude like La Paz. avoid strenuous physical activity the first day, eat light before sleeping and don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
You can prepare yourself to the altitude by taking the COCa CH9, Homeopathic product used by mountaineers to avoid "Soroche" or altitude sickness.
What are the mandatories vaccinations?
Q: What are the mandatories vaccinations?
A: Although vaccination against yellow fever is not (yet) compulsory for travelers arriving directly from Europe or the United States, the multiplication of the outbreaks of the disease in many regions of the country and neighboring countries, and not only in the Amazon regions, justifies, as of now, to recommend it to all, except rare contraindications decided by the Center of international vaccinations. Its validity is now extended "for life" (mention which must be noted in the international booklet, whatever the date of vaccination). It can, moreover, be required at the exit of the country, for the travelers prolonging their journey in the other countries of South America, Central America and of all the Caribbean zone. The current emphasis with which we recommend, to travelers in Central America, South America (except Uruguay and Chile) and the Caribbean, vaccination against yellow fever, although it is not compulsory at entry for those arriving directly from Europe or the United States, is less linked to the risk of contracting the disease than to the variability of the administrative risk in the event of itinerant travel from one country of the region to another. On the other hand, the possibility of modification of the International Health Regulations (recommendation becoming mandatory) between registration for a trip and actual departure, but also the recent (July 2016) life extension of the validity of vaccination, we confirms in our incentives. They will be (or not) confirmed by the doctor at the International Vaccination Center, depending on the risk and the legislation.
What are the recommended vaccinations?
Q: What are the recommended vaccinations?
A: As always and everywhere, it is important to be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and poliomyelitis, hepatitis A and B and, depending on the travel conditions, typhoid and rabies.