Listed below are answers to F.A.Q’s. from travelers to Cape Town. We will be glad to answer any others you may have.

“Your Unique Africa Experience”

Do I require a travel visa to visit South Africa

All visitors to South Africa must be in possession of a valid passport in order to enter the country and in some cases, a visa. All visitors require at least two blank pages in their passports.


Value added Tax is charged on most items. Foreign visitors can reclaim the 14% VAT on purchases of more than R250.00 on departure from the country.

Airport Transfers

There are metered taxi’s and busses to the city. On request we can arrange to transfer you to your accommodation.


Cape Town is regarded as a safe holiday destination. Use reputable tour companies & transport. Don’t flash cash & valuables. Behave as you would in any big city as regards vigilance & safety.

Getting to Cape Town

There are a number of ways to get to Cape Town. Flights both International and Local to Cape Town International Airport. By ship with a passenger liner docking at the Waterfront, by train, with a long distance bus and also by car as a self drive from other parts of the country.


the tap water is safe to drink.


Summer (October to March) hot days, maybe windy, cool evenings
Winter (April to September) Mild to cool days, expect some rain, can get very cold


It is advisable to have adequate medical and travel insurance


Although we have 11 official languages English is widely spoken & used

Can we design our own tours?

Yes let us know what they are and we will quote & arrange them

How to Book?

Mail us your dates, number of people and preferred tours. We will prepare a full itinerary and quote for your acceptance


All major credit cards are accepted in Cape Town. Drawing cash can be done at an ATM or the bank. Be vigilant when drawing cash.