World Cup 2010 – Top 6 Travel Tips for Soccer Fans

Article by Emma Wilson

World Cup 2010 is here, and maybe you have decided to go to South Africa to watch live football matches. Then you really need to read this article where some essential tips are provided to ensure that your trip to the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa is safe, enjoyable, and memorable. Here are the top 6 ones.

Insect RepellentYou know, it is much likely for you to get malaria from insect bites in South Africa, especially in its northwest regions. Therefore, make sure you carry enough and effective insect repellent with you.

Sunscreen and sunglassesDuring the day, the average temperatures in South Africa can reach 25 degrees with burning sunshine. So be sure to use some sunscreen and wear a pair of sunglasses in case of sunburn.

RaincoatsIt is reported that, during World Cup, there is about 18 days of rain. Absolutely, it is essential for you to pack umbrellas and rain coat to avoid being drenched when the stadiums are wide open.

Digital CamerasNeedless to say, all of you want to keep each exciting moment in 2010 World Cup, so a digital camera is essential. Just make sure that you get its charger and one more battery (or you can prepare a solar charger).

DocumentsJust as any other trips, make sure you get all necessary documents with you, such as passport, ID, credit card, etc. By the way, you’d better bring some cash with you in case that some places could not use credit card.

Everyday EssentialsLast but not least, don’t forget to take your everyday essentials, such as toothbrush, underwear, thin shirts for daytime, long sleeves for cold nights…and some common drugs.

Wish each of you have a good time when watching FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa.

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