Malaria tablets

Is anybody who is going on the Annurpurna in Luxury trip taking malaria tablets for Chitwan? This is considered low risk in November so not sure if it's really necessary.
Ruth

I'm not on this trip and haven't been to Chitwan, but do work a lot in high risk malarial areas. If it's low risk, I'd just use mozzie spray and keep your arms covered at dusk & early evening. If you do decide to take the tablets, Malarone (if suitable for this area) can be obtained without a prescription at Tesco pharmacy counter - cheaper & quicker than a travel clinic.

I'm not on this trip and haven't been to Chitwan, but do work a lot in high risk malarial areas. If it's low risk, I'd just use mozzie spray and keep your arms covered at dusk & early evening. If you do decide to take the tablets, Malarone (if suitable for this area) can be obtained without a prescription at Tesco pharmacy counter - cheaper & quicker than a travel clinic.

I'm not on this trip and haven't been to Chitwan, but do work a lot in high risk malarial areas. If it's low risk, I'd just use mozzie spray and keep your arms covered at dusk & early evening. If you do decide to take the tablets, Malarone (if suitable for this area) can be obtained without a prescription at Tesco pharmacy counter - cheaper & quicker than a travel clinic.

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