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Are any immunizations required?

At the time of printing, none are required for visitors to mainland Ecuador and Galapagos (excluding jungle areas). 

Pre-departure health checkups are essential for any major Latin American trip so do check in with your doctor for vaccinations in plenty of time before journeying or even a Latin American specialist if your doctor is not qualified sufficient to help.

Today immunizations against smallpox and Cholera are not necessary or recognized even by the World Health Organization.

The major vaccinations recommended for Latin America travel to combat diseases are as follows: Typhoid, Yellow Fever, Malaria, Tetanus, Poliomyelitis, Infectious Hepatitis, & Rabies in the Oriente and jungle areas or other epidemics that may have recently sprung up such as Meningitis.

The Galapagos Islands are the jewel in the crown of Ecuador's remarkable system of protected areas

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