Iryo, la nueva compañía española de trenes de alta velocidad empezará a operar a partir del 25 de noviembre, en tripcare estamos también comprometido con la seguridad de los viajes en tren que pueden verse sometidos a incidencias por ello se ha desarrollado una funcionalidad por la cual los servicios de esta operadora, se incluirán en tripcare, tanto como segmentos pasivos, como segmentos GDS.
Angola and Mozambique due to the risk of landmines. The local authorities can provide advice on affected areas (level 2 of 4).
Exercise increased caution elsewhere in Zambia (level 2 of 4). https://maps.google.co.nz/maps?q=zambia&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Zambia&gl=nz&t=m&source=embed&output=embed&z=5&ll=, View Larger MapClose/Open map
Petty crime such as pickpocketing, bag snatching and theft from parked cars is common.
Travel in major cities is generally safe during daylight hours. Violent crime, including armed robberies, home invasions, carjackings and sexual assault have occurred throughout Zambia, particularly in Lusaka, Copperbelt towns and other major cities.
New Zealanders in Zambia should exercise a high level of personal security awareness at all times, especially in public places such as bus and railway stations, and areas frequented by foreigners. Victims have been followed from banks, nightclubs, and ATMs on occasion. Walking alone or travelling after dark is not recommended. When travelling by car, it is advisable to keep doors locked and windows up at all times.
Despite being declared a landmine-free country in 2009, there may still be landmines and unexploded munitions present near Zambia’s borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola and Mozambique. We recommend you remain on well-used roads and paths as mined areas are often unmarked.