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Frequently Asked Questions (South Africa)
When is the best time to go to South Africa?
The best Game Viewing and Travel Months: The northern regions are best enjoyed during winter from May through to September. The temperatures are mild, the bush is dry and less dense and the wildlife viewing superb. This is where the Kruger National park is situated which has fair game viewing from November to May, good game viewing in June and July and excellent game viewing in August to October. The southern parts are most pleasant during summer from October to March. Days are hot and sunny and you can't beat Cape Town weather in December through to March. The best time to see the flowers of the Cape is in Spring. Whales arrive along the Cape Town coast from July onwards - the best place in the world to view the Southern Right whales from the Coastline.

Do I need a Visa to visit South Africa?
Passport/visa requirements British passport holders bearing the inscription 'British Citizen' travelling to South Africa must have a passport that is valid for at least 30 days after the intended date of departure from South Africa and have two consecutive blank pages in their passport which lie side by side when the passport is open. Visas are not required by passport holders bearing the inscription 'British Citizen' for stays of up to 90 days. If you are unsure about the passport and visa requirements please contact: South African High Commission, Home Affairs, Consular Section, 15 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DD. Telephone No: 020 7925 8900/ 020 7925 8901/ 020 7925 8910

What Vaccinations will I need?
There are no compulsory vaccinations required for visiting South Africa. However we do recommend protection against tetanus, polio, typhoid and hepatitis A. Malaria: Many of the main tourist areas are malaria-free, so you need not worry at all. However, the Kruger National Park, the Lowveld of Mpumalanga and Limpopo, and the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal do pose a malaria risk in the summer months. We recommend that you take malaria precautions if visiting these areas. The best prevention is personal protection against the mosquito. Malaria mosquitoes generally bite after dark. Wear long sleeves and trousers in the afternoon and evening; stay in-doors if possible. Use insect repellent on exposed skin. Sleep under a bed net or in a netted tent or hut or in a house or caravan with screens. Close windows and doors at night. Spray insecticide aerosol and/or burn mosquito coil at night. Please note that vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure. Please check with your local healthcare provider of local GP.

What is the currency and banking facilities in South Africa?
The currency in South Africa is the Rand. It is easily purchased at banks in the UK. We always recommend that you take some currency with you for arrival just to cover any immediate expense like purchasing water/drinks etc. Credit and charge cards are widely accepted, including American Express, Bank of America, Diners, MasterCard, Standard Bank Card and Visa. Some ATM's give cash advances. Travellers cheques are also widely accepted and exchanged. Different commission charges are incurred depending on which bank you use and which travellers cheques you have. Most banks are open Mon-Fri 0900-1530 and Sat 0900-1100. Autobanks are found in most towns and operate on a 24-hour basis.

What Plugs do they use?
Electric Power is 220/230V. The Plug type used is: "South African" Plug (like the British plug but with three round prongs). These plugs are easily purchased at airports in the UK.

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