South Africa is an all-year round destination due to its varying regional climates. Between November and February, The Cape has beautifully hot and dry summers, while the best time for whale watching is between July and November. The northern regions can be rainy from November to February, but on the other hand it can be marvelous for birding. The cooler winter months (May to September) are best for spotting amazing wildlife. So, it really depends on what you want!
If you decide to visit South Africa in between December and February, keep in mind that it’s also school holidays here, so it can be very busy.
If your stay in South Africa doesn’t exceed 90 days, many nationalities will get a Tourist Visa upon arrival. Please contact your Travel Consultant for further questions.
A vaccination against yellow fever is only required if you stayed in a yellow fever country in the 7 days before you visit South Africa. No other vaccinations are obligatory. In summer, Malaria prophylaxis is advised for the certain areas around Kruger Park. Please always consult with doctor for medical advice.
Yes, a travel insurance is obligatory. We strongly advise that you also take out a cancellation policy.
Does Abang Africa Travel have a comprehensive insurance cover?:
We have a comprehensive insurance cover in place with SATIB and will respond to valid personal injury claims made in terms of European Community Directive on Travel and Trade (90/314/EC) relating to the package Holidays and Travel act, 1995.
Abang Africa Travel is a PTY registered (Reg. 2005/036494/07) South-African tourism company. We are jointly registered with sister company AAA Travel as a SATSA member (the Southern African Tourism Services Association) and are also Member of Cape Town Tourism.
We will send you the travel documents after full payment 1 month prior to your travel departure via email. You will receive a hard-copy upon arrival.