Safety & Security

Thailand is a very safe, secure place to visit, and on Fight Flight tours, safety and welfare is a top priority. Advance preparations by both us and you, along with some practical measures during the experience, help to ensure a memorable adventure for all the right reasons.

What We Do To Make Your Trip Safe

  • We constantly monitor travel alerts provided by the Australian, UK, USA, and Canadian governments.
  • Before a tour is offered, we assess all risk factors.
  • Our overseas staff and tour leaders receive regular training regarding health and safety issues.
  • We provide emergency numbers.
  • We provide comprehensive pre-departure information regarding necessary special clothing and equipment, vaccinations, and other relevant health issues.
  • If there are events or activities that may affect your safety, this information is posted on the Fight Flights website.

During Your trip

  • Tour leaders are trained in first aid and CPR and always carry a first aid kit for emergencies.
  • Our tour leaders know the most efficient, effective ways to get help.
  • You receive a destination telephone number and a 24-hour emergency number.

What You Can Do

  • In preparation for your tour, read all Fight Flights information sent to you.
  • Feel free to ask us any question you may have before and during the trip.
  • Consult your local Foreign Office travel alerts. Rest assured we consult these daily and modify tours if necessary.
  • Get medical travel advice about the countries you are visiting, particularly about vaccinations and the type of first aid kit you should carry for your personal use.
  • To help us determine if a tour is the right one for you and to provide assistance on the tour, notify us of any medical conditions, special needs, or dietary requirements.
  • Follow the directions given by your tour leaders. Their goal is to provide a memorable experience as well as ensure that you are safe at all times.

Physical Fitness

A reasonable level of fitness is required for this experience, and you should be in good health. You can expect to train for a minimum of two hours up to a maximum of six hours per day, depending on your skill and fitness levels. Physical preparations such as running, sprinting, plyometric training, and any other cardio-respiratory endurance training is highly recommended. Always consult with your health care practitioner before starting any new workout regime.


Vaccinations are not required for entry into Thailand or re-entry into the USA but you should consult with your doctor or health care provider to obtain the most up-to-date information. It is your responsibility to obtain any vaccinations or preventive medications required for the countries you are visiting or any which may be required by your home country upon your return.

Your need for vaccinations is determined by many factors, such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities. Some vaccines require more than one dose so visit your health care provider at least four to six weeks before you travel.