At Tastemakers Africa, the wellbeing & safety of our community is and has always been top priority. While the world slowly opens back up to travelers, and regions gradually reopen after lockdown and quarantine measures are being lifted, we know it’s hard to find good information about the world, travel, and even about your own country’s policies. At Tastemakers, there are a few things we do know:
- This pandemic isn’t over - we wish this weren’t the case, but we all still need to stay vigil and do our part to keep ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities safe.
- Travel definitely isn’t over - how and when you get back out exploring the world has always been a personal decision and today is no different. Despite the additional questions to answer, we know there are ways to travel, near and far, safely. We’re here for the travelers who choose to explore the world tomorrow and for those who wait.
- We are all in this together - and committed to providing a great and safe experience for you, your fellow travelers. The wellbeing & safety of our community will always be Tastemakers Africa’s top priority. While regions gradually reopen after lockdown and quarantine measures are being lifted, everyone needs to stay vigilant and take extra important steps to not risk getting infected or spreading the virus. We are all in this together and committed to provide a great experience to all parties involved. The following guidelines are based on guidance from the World Health Organization. These guidelines should be supplemented by local and national public health recommendations and restrictions. Failure to comply with the guidelines may prevent you from participating in experiences.
If you’re not sure where and when you want to travel, we have real time information on current border statuses across Africa, recommendations on where to go next, and lots of content to get you excited for the next adventure - whenever it happens.
Our travel guidelines are based on guidance from the World Health Organization and local and regional public health recommendations from the destinations our travelers come from and travel to. These guidelines should be supplemented by your own research - we recommend starting with local and national public health recommendations and restrictions. Non compliance to the guidelines may prevent you from hosting experiences.