Your dedicated Travel Specialist will ensure you receive travelling advice on your chosen destination/s prior to travel and will assist with obtaining information where possible.

Please note that each destination would have their own safety and security, entry requirements, health and travel warnings and travel guidelines.

We have compiled a basic list of travel advice to guide you when you planning your holiday.


  • Ensure you have a valid passport. Passport should be valid for at least 6 months after return date of travel.
  • Apply for a new or expired passport well in advance to your date of travel.
  • Ensure you have at least 2 blank pages available in your passport from return date of travel.
  • In some countries, parents travelling with children (under 18) to show the child’s full unabridged birth certificate (or a certified copy).
  • Ensure visa requirements are met for each country visiting.
  • Make photocopies of all your travel documents in case of emergency.
Take out comprehensive travel insurance before you travel.
Your Travel Specialist can guide you with insurance company options relevant to each destination of travel.
For travel to South Africa, it is recommended to purchase daily travel insurance. Click here for recommendation
Make sure you have medical insurance whenever you are travelling abroad. If your health care plan does not cover you overseas, consider buying supplemental insurance to cover medical costs and emergency evacuation.
There are various methods of handling money when travelling, from bank issued cash passports, travellers’ cheques to using your standard Visa or MasterCard Debit or Credit Card at any ATM or establishment.

Before you go, notify your bank and credit card company of your dates of travel and countries you would be visiting.
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Please ensure you are aware of all luggage restrictions for all flights (domestic and international) as they may vary from flight to flight.
Each airline has their own rules and regulations regarding luggage weights, number or baggage allowance and items you may or may not travel with.
Each country have their own laws, rules and regulations of items you may bring into the country and legal limits thereof. Please ensure you read up on the laws prior to travel.
The same would apply, should you wish to purchase items during your travels to take home with you. i.e. Alcohol, cigarettes, flora and fauna etc.
Ensure you have sufficient travel medicine for the duration of your travels, within legal restrictions.
If travelling to a country with various health risks i.e. Malaria, please ensure correct precautions are taken.
Please consult your local Travel Clinic prior to travel.

Our Travel Specialists are there to provide you with the correct and latest information however, we recommend doing own research and learning about your chosen destination/s for your own safety prior to your departure.

The Travel Advisor will not be held liable or responsible for any incorrect documentation or mishaps which may occur during your travels. i.e. Expired passport, not taking Malaria tablets when travelling to a Malaria zone. Please view Terms & Conditions below.

Please feel free to contact a Travel Specialist for any destination information, even if not mentioned within this website. Our consultants specialise in more than African and Indian Ocean holidays.

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