Maps, Phone Calls, Currency Conversion and more...
Organizing a Safari in Africa by yourself can be daunting. Below are some links that can help you in your planning.
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Currency converters are manifold some better than others. OANDA.com is a very easy to use currency converter which also offers historical conversation rates. Tip: Create conversion cheat-sheets before you travel they become very handy, in particular when dealing with lots of 000.000...
In some countries such as Malawi Visa Card is preferred, Mastercard is less common in Africa. Thus, before you go check if Mastercard is accepted. Inquire about ATM availability, before you are out of luck in times of need.
Depending on where you go the local transportation infrastructure may be limited. Yet there are ways to get around, you just need to know about them.
Click on Link to access information provided by Virtual Tourist which can aid you in finding your way from A to Z by, air, land and/or sea.
You need to call back home, but you have no clue how to dial the number and every time you try a nice, calm voice relates the message to you that your number is invalid or incomplete.
Try HowtoCallAbroad.com which is a website which allows you to easily search for international dialing codes, land-line /cellular, and area codes. It even provides you with the time/date of the location your calling. Very useful when in a hotel room abroad and at loss for a number or getting the annoying..."Your number is incorrect."
In the bush you get up with the sun and retire with the sun. Yet at times you need to know about the time differences to places for away.
Avoid rising your loved ones in the middle of the night.
For time and date in specific cities click on link to Time and Date .com.
For additional information regarding what to pack, medical precautions, crime and more CLICK HERE