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May 20, 2020
16 March 2020 The global developments over the past four days are raising a lot of uncertainties and the need for a change in travel arrangements. We are deeply worried about our African friends and families who rely on the tourism industry. Therefore, we do ask you to postpone your trip, rather than cancelling. Most...
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4 March 2020 Good news! Since last month, visa prices have been reduced to Malawi. The price for a single entry visa or transit visa has been reduced from $ 75 per person to $ 50 per person. This makes the visa rate equal to that in most African countries. For a multiple entry visa...
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29 October 2019 The Malawi Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services wishes to announce the launch of an online visa service for visitors to Malawi effective 1st November, 2019. The online visa service compliments the efforts the Department embarked on in the quest to ensuring timeliness and efficiency in facilitating travel to Malawi. Through the...
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1 October 2019 Book 2 seats on the same camping overland tour & the 2nd person goes FREE! Check our selected tours: 19 day Livingstone to Cape Town via Namibia camping19 day Desert tracker Cape Town to Namibia camping22 day Zanzibar, Victoria Falls and Kruger camping56 day Cape Town to Nairobi Grand Adventurer camping7 day Insight Africa camping Terms...
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24 September 2019 With the collapsing of Thomas Cook we like to put your mind at ease. African Travels offers complete financial protection for all our travelers.  Complete Financial Protection When travelling with African Travels, your holiday is financial protected by our Guarantee Fund. We offer travellers the guarantee that they will be compensated for any costs...
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3 September 2019 These are the not to be missed highlights of Botswana for first time visitors. Chobe National ParkAlthough very busy at times, you will always have a great time in Chobe! There is no place like the Chobe river where you can spot hunderds of elephants swimming and playing with mud. Okavango DeltaThe Biggest...
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27 August 2019 Self-drive or guided safari tours are an adventure-filled way to see Namibia, and there’s an excellent choice of affordable campsites in incredibly scenic locations from Sossusvlei to Spitzkoppe. Seeing the deserts, dunes and mountains, sleeping under twinkling stars, breathing fresh air and listening to nature’s silence is therapeutic for body and soul....
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19 August 2019 A new visa-on-arrival handling process has been introduced this past week at Kilimanjaro Airport which has had an immediate impact on the arrival and visa collection procedure. You might have heard by now that a new visa-on-arrival handling process has been introduced this past week at Kilimanjaro Airport which has had an...
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15 August 2019 Dry periods and drought are a natural phenomenon that occur, not only in our wilderness in southern Africa, but throughout the world. They stabilise ecosystems and naturally control wildlife population numbers. In southern Africa, the last major dry spell experienced was in the early 1990s, with others recorded back to the early...
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13 August 2019 It was recently reported that the cost of entry visas to Mozambique would increase with immediate effect. We would like to clarify that non-SADC residents are still able to obtain visas for US$50 at the Mozambican border. The visa fee increase will only have an affect on single-entry visas applied for at...
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