Travel Information

know before you go!

This Important Travel Information is drawn-up for you as the Passenger and contains all the information applicable when booking and travelling. We advise you to read this information carefully. This Important Travel Information may be amended without prior notice. The version in effect at any given time is the one most recently published.

Travelling Abroad with Children

The requirements for children travelling to or from the Republic of South Africa are aimed at giving effect to the Children’s Act, 2005.

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New South African Immigration Regulations for Children Made Easy 

Visa Checklist Guide

Please refer to the Country Guides for full requirements for each country. This Is A Guide Only. Remember that additional documentation may be required.

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Departure / Re-Entry Requirements for South Africans

It is now an offence for a South African citizen to enter or depart the Republic of South Africa using the passport of a different country. It is also an offence for such a citizen, while in SA, to use his/her foreign citizenship or nationality or duty and liable on conviction to a fine or imprisonment for a period not exceeding 12 months.

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Travel & Study Allowances for Individuals Travelling Abroad

Per adult (over the age of 18): R1 000 000 (1 Million) per annum. Per child (under the age of 18): R200 000 per annum.

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Customs Requirements for Travellers entering South Africa

After arriving in South Africa, you need to complete the Traveller Card before proceeding to Immigration. After reporting to Immigration, collect your baggage and then proceed to Customs’ red or green channel.

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Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) regulations

The rules regarding the transport of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels in airplanes came into force on 1 June 2007 and are part of a global safety precaution campaign initiated and driven by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

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Yellow Fever Information for Travellers

When planning your next holiday, please check all the health entry requirements for your intended destination. Due to high incidents of yellow fever and other infectious illnesses, the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa has introduced a strict program to control the spread of these diseases.

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Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions all over the world. What to do once you get there? The top attractions in worldwide cities.

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