Travel health

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Do not

Travel health

  • Do not drink tap water. Drink only bottled water.
  • Do not eat few reliable place, as only places showing confidence.
  • Do not eat salads, eat fruits and vegetables that can be peeled.
  • Do not eat dairy products unless they have been pasteurized.
  • Do not touch animals like monkeys, dogs or cats to prevent diseases such as rabies.
  • Do not swim in rivers, lakes or ponds, the sea is better, first ask how safe swimming there as some beaches are polluted.


Salud del viajero

No vaccine to enter the country is needed. However, there are some vaccines that are recommended, such as: Cholera, Hepatitis A, Tetanus, Typhoid and Yellow Fever. Many of them are recommended if you are going to spend time in the jungle. Malaria is common in the Amazon. Visit your doctor six weeks before the trip because some vaccines take a while to take effect.

Travel insurance

Travel health

It is recommended that you take out travel insurance before leaving home. Sometimes hospitals and clinics ask for payment in cash, keep your receipts for reimbursement after it is made. If you plan on doing adventure sports such as canoeing, motocross, paragliding, among others, ask if the insurance covers such activities.

Medical services

our portfolio of medical services presents a great alternative product and have classified according to the Boston Consulting Matrix.

Surgical center

Intensive care unit

Air ambulance

Center Hospitalier

Medical Staff

The team of more experienced doctors in various specialties.

Maria Veronica Alvarez Solis

General Doctor

Alexander Montesinos Cardenas


Carlos Perez Alviz


The distinction lies in having a qualified medical staff able to solve situation critical emergency quickly and wherever prerequisite language proficiency, our medical staff dominate different languages, among them English, Portuguese, French and others, like our nursing staff.

Do you need medical attention?

Call Toll Free  0800-26-685


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