Passport, visa and health requirements can vary according to your country of citizenship and your destination. It is your responsibility as a traveller to ensure you have the correct documents. Please check the requirements with the closest South African consulate or embassy. Failure to comply with visa and/or passport requirements may result in denied boarding. Wildlife Safaris (Pty) Ltd. is not responsible for any losses or inconvenience incurred as a result.
please check that you have 2 empty pages in your passport for the SA authorities.Your passport should be should be valid for at least 30 days after you are due to leave South Africa.
Please follow this link - http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/applying-for-sa-visa
Children under the age of 18 years travelling to, from and through SA may be required to produce additional documents to Immigration officials when boarding flights to South Africa. We strongly recommend that parents or guardians consult their nearest South African Embassy or Consulate to check requirements according to Nationality. Wildlife Safaris ( Pty ) Ltd cannot be held responsible for anyone denied boarding.
YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION:
Please take note that the South African authorities at airports or other points of entry, require overseas visitors coming from countries infected with yellow fever including South America & Central Africa, to have a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate . This also applies to travellers who have been to these countries in transit – for example if you fly from USA via South America & on to South Africa. It is not possible to obtain a yellow fever vaccination on arrival in South Africa . The certificate should be dated at least 10 days prior to arrival here & is valid for 10 years. This is a serious warning & travellers will be refused entry to South Africa if they do not comply.
Revised May 2019