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Our India travel specialist, Sarah Williams, discusses travel to India on BBC Radio Surrey. Listen on iPlayer.
Rugby stars Lewis Moody and Josh Lewsey will cycle from Saigon to Angkor Wat on a G&M expedition in Dec 2016.
For Tanzanian visa requirements, follow this link: Visa Tanzania
EU Passport holders will need a full passport valid for six months after the date of return (one month only for leisure travelers to South Africa). South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland have no visa requirement for EU Passport holders on holiday; however you do need to have two spare blank pages in your passport for the entry stamp. Nationals who do need visas should also have two blank pages.
US and Canadian Passport holders will need a full passport and, except for South Africa, this should be valid for six months after the date of return. South Africa has no visa requirement for US and Canadian Passport holders on holiday, however you do need to have two spare pages in your passport.
Holders of other passports should check with the relevant Embassy/Consulate. Note that visa requirements may change at any time and it is your responsibility to check current requirements before travel.
For assistance obtaining your visa we recommend the The Visa Company, who have helped many Gane and Marshall clients through the visa application process. You pay a small fee in return for an expert and time-saving service.
Yellow Fever immunisation is required for Tanzania if you have visited a Yellow Fever area in the previous six months. Please read our Information about Yellow Fever Requirements (02.02.11). There are no other compulsory vaccinations required for direct entry into destinations featured on our website. Anti-malaria tablets are strongly recommended if travelling to Tanzania, Lake Malawi, Zambia, the Zambezi Valley, northern Namibia, Mozambique, rural areas of Mauritius outside the resorts, and the low-lying eastern part of South Africa, north of Richards Bay. Inoculations against typhoid, tetanus, polio and hepatitis A are also recommended. Travellers to remote areas of Zimbabwe and Zambia are recommended to take precautions against cholera. However, in all cases you should consult with a doctor at least 4 weeks before travel, for up-to-date, individual advice.