How to Travel to BurmaTraveling to Burma
In our Trip Information Centre you will find more information if you are a traveller with special medical needs, such as maternity travellers, immunocompromised travellers or travellers working for a particular cause such as providing humane assistance. In the event of a delay in your journey, please keep in mind to wrap extra items with important medical items. Ensure that the recipes contain a generic name.
Please take prescription drugs, glasses/contacts and other health materials with you.
Excursions in Burma
There are two ways our system classifies each trip: a number from 1 to 7 depending on the level of physical exercise and general hardness of the itinerary. It is perhaps more important to give a full description of each journey - numbered below the beam - as it indicates your level, your hike and your itinerary. Full-time walks (4-6 hours), hilly areas, considerable altitude gain and loss (ascent and descent up to 3,000 feet) on many walks.
Heights no higher than about 10,000 ft. Full-length walks (4-8 hours), hilly, precipitous area ( "up and down" up to 3,500 feet) on many walks. Excursions with walks at medium heights of 10,000 to 12,000 ft belong to this group. Full-time walks (5-8 hours), hilly, precipitous area ( "up and down" up to 3,500 feet) on many different dates.
The majority of the walks take place at heights above 10,000 ft, with some walking up to 18,000 ft. Full-length walks in the mountains, tents and walks at extremely high altitude.
Myanmar, or Burma as it was formerly known, is probably best known for Aung Sun Suu Kyi, the Nobel laureate..... In the following chart you will find a general guideline on the vaccinations that may be recommended for your trip to Burma. Vaccinations and medication needed for the trip varies from individual to individual.
It is a virus disease caused by mosquitoes that bites all over the tropics from twilight to night. Causes a high temperature and strong pain in joints and muscles. Severely infectious diseases can be deadly. Throughout Burma, except in the large towns of Yangon and Mandalay, there is a high level of malarial infection throughout the country.
Travelers to areas where there is a malaria hazard should seek counselling on antimalarial drugs that can help stop the development of the disease. There is no yellow fever in Burma. Therefore, there is no danger of yellow fever in Burma. You will need to talk about your route with your sister who can help you.
It is always a good idea for travellers to take measures to minimise the risks of being stung by insects in order to provide themselves with the greatest possible level of contraception-prevention. FeverDengue Dengue Flu Precautionary measures should be taken for trips to and around Myanmar/Burma. The dengue virus is produced by gnat stings from certain midges that are most activity in the sun.
There''s no such thing as medicinal cover for dengue fevers. However, what you can do is to prevent gnat stings and use gnat repellents when traveling to the affected areas. You should be able to consult your sister. She will be able to talk to you and give you appropriate tips.
Be sure to review the meteorological conditions for the duration of your trip, as you will need to package appropriately and take appropriate measures to protect the climat. Always keep to filled waters and always control the waters in which the foods have been soaked. Take some of your own pills or some kind of system to purify your drinking or drinking waters and don't have any piped icecream.
Pets and InsectsMany number of different types of infection can be transmitted through stings and bite like malaria and dengue. If you are coming here, please take appropriate care. Inquire at your embassy or consulate before you travel.