Do you want to travel to Cancun?

Below are some pieces of advice for your great trip and destination.


Travelers’ diarrhea is the most common travel-related ailment. The cornerstone of prevention is food and water precautions, as outlined below. All travelers should bring along an antibiotic and an antidiarrheal drug to be started promptly if significant diarrhea occurs,

Things to remember before traveling to Southeast Asia

Getting vaccinations for Southeast Asia is something you should do at least a month, perhaps even several months before setting off on your travels as it will take time for the vaccine to kick in and for your body to be fully protected.

Visit a Travel Medical Clinic

Disclaimer: It’s very important to visit a travel medical clinic in your home country before you fly to Southeast Asia.

What do you need to prepare for the next Indian trip?

The Taj Mahal, Hampi, the Himalayans and the Caves of Ajanta are just the beginning for amazing sights in India. For thousands of years, the subcontinent has been the cradle of one of the most amazing cultures to visit.

Every year, tourists from around the globe and Canada flock to India to see its amazing sights and sounds.

Beware of Yellow Fever, get vaccinated!

Book your consultancy or vaccination for traveling plans:

What is yellow fever?

Yellow fever is a disease caused by a flavivirus that is transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. It gets its name from the yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice) that occurs when the virus attacks the liver.

Planning a vacation or holiday in an exotic location? Get vaccinated !

Book your consultancy or vaccination for traveling plans:

If you’re planning a vacation or extended holiday in an exotic location, you may need to get vaccinated to safeguard against any potential diseases.

• Risk of Disease: If you are traveling to an exotic destination, you may be at risk for a myriad of diseases your body is not prepared to fight.


Central African Republic: First Confirmed Yellow Fever Case Since 2013 According to press sources, Central African Republic’s Ministry of Health reported 1 laboratory-confirmed human case of yellow fever (YF) on October 23, 2018, in Bocaranga, Ouham-Pende Prefecture. The last human YF case was reported in 2013. Shoreland continues to recommend vaccination for travelers aged ≥ 9 months going to Central African Republic.