Important information regarding entry into South Africa

VISAS:
ensure that you have the correct visa for South Africa.

PASSPORTS:
please check that you have 2 empty pages in your passport for the SA authorities . Otherwise you might easily be prevented from boarding a flight to South Africa . This will lead to cancellation or delay of your visit to SA & the insurance company will probably not refund you because you are considered to be negligent.

Your passport should be should be valid for at least 6 months after you are due to leave South Africa.

Under the current regulation, children under 18 years travelling to, from and through SA may be required to produce an unabridged birth certificate in English from their country of origin - which must state the names of the child's mother and father.

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 January 2019

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