South Africa welcomes all international travellers
News release, 12 November 2020; We are very pleased to announce that South Africa is now open to all international travellers, including those travelling purely for leisure. All arrivals into the country need to present a negative PCR test certificate obtained not more than 72 hours before the date of travel.
With all health protocols and procedures in place, Tswalu is looking forward to welcoming guests from anywhere in the world, while offering them the peace of mind and convenience of on-site PCR testing should they require this service.
There has never been a better time to make a meaningful impact by choosing to travel to our beautiful country. It has been a devastating year for tourism and wildlife conservation across our continent, and last night’s announcement by the government provides renewed hope for all of us who are passionate about sharing the natural wonders of South Africa with like-minded travellers.
In addition to being in possession of a negative PCR test result that is not more than 72 hours old, all arrivals in South Africa will be screened. Anyone who shows any symptoms of the virus will be required to stay in quarantine until they test negative. Mandatory quarantine will be at the traveller’s own cost.
Tswalu offers what travellers are craving most right now – the luxury of space and time. With a guaranteed private vehicle, guide and tracker comes the flexibility to plan a truly private safari with us.
Take advantage of one of our longer-stay Summer Promotions, valid until the end of February 2021.
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