Frequently Asked Questions

Below are Frequently Asked Questions regarding our South Africa Holiday Package. Click on a question to see the corresponding answer!

The standard amount to tip a waiter / waitress would be 10% of the bill.

South Africa has 11 official languages! However, luckily all you need to know is English as it the most widely spoken language. All tourist related employees can speak English.

No, the holiday package only goes through regions which are classified as malaria free.

Yes driving in South Africa is generally very safe! Inside our guide (which you receive once you make a booking) we provide more specific safety recommendations, such as do not drive in the dark, etc.

You will need to go to our Booking page. Enter your details, and submit them. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible with a quote.

Yes, it is! Some activities may not be suitable for children under a certain age. However there will always be an activity available which is child friendly!

Yes, we are able to extend the holiday package for you. Contact us and can have a chat about it!

We have carefully chosen this package as we believe it offers the best of South Africa experience for this duration stay. By using the same service providers we are able to offer the holiday package at this highly competitive price!

However, if you have a request or a suggestion, you are more than welcome to contact us and we will see how we can help you. See our contact page for email address.

You are more than welcome to stay longer in South Africa after our package, as long as your visa is valid for that period.

Firstly, all our guests fly into South Africa from different locations. Hence a holiday package with fixed flights, e.g. flying from London, would not be ideal for all travelers. If we were to manually quote and book tickets for our travelers this would result in a lot of our time being used, which would ultimately result in the price of our competitively priced tour package increasing!

Also different travelers prefer different airlines, stop over times, etc. It might make sense for some travelers (In Europe especially) to first travel by train to a certain airport and then to fly out from there.

To book your flights to South Africa, we suggest you follow our guide here. This will show you how to get the best value money flights. This includes information about South Africa’s local airlines which service national routes, e.g. Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg or Cape Town.