Entry in to South Africa
COVID-19 & other entry requirements
South Africa has lifted its coronavirus travel restrictions. You no longer need to present proof of vaccination status, or a PCR test.
You can travel to South Africa for any purpose for up to 90 days without a visa. You should check the expiry date of your visa or entry stamp and make sure you do not overstay.
You may need to complete a Health form to enter South Africa.
If you are visiting South Africa, your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date you arrive.
Your passport should be valid for at least 30 days beyond your intended date of exit from South Africa, in line with South African immigration regulations. However, some immigration officials still request that a passport should have at least 6 months validity on the date of entry to South Africa. To avoid problems at the airport on arrival, you’re advised to ensure your passport is valid for six months.
Your passport should have at least two blank pages when you arrive in South Africa.
If you’re visiting South Africa for tourism or business purposes for a period of up to 90 days, you don’t need a visa. You should check the expiry date of your visa or entry stamp and make sure you do not overstay.
Here's some things we need you to know:
This tour includes a 13 night hotel stay, domestic flights, transfers and match tickets for all 3 ODI fixtures in South Africa.
In total you will have 7 nights in Bloemfontein and 6 nights in Cape Town.
Domestic flights have 20KG hold luggage included.
There will be a tourist levy to pay when you get to your hotel. Unfortunately we can't add this to your sportsbreak as it must be paid locally by those who accommodate the room. This varies from city to city. We will let you know how much this will be, in your final documentation.
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We’ll need to take some details for everyone joining us in South Africa:
•Full name (as it is written in each passport)
•Date of Birth
It’s ok if you don’t have everyone’s passport details to hand right now, but within a week of making your booking, we’ll need:
Passport Expiry Date
Passport Country of Issue/Nationality
The lead person on the booking needs to be 18 or over, and we’ll need a postal address, phone number and email address for them, as well as payment details.
We want to make sure you're up to date on everything there is to know, so have a read of the ‘important info’ on the last screen before you finish your booking.
Please click here to read the Standard Information Form on Traveller’s Rights when booking a Package Holiday
And once you’re all booked…
We’ll be in touch around 3 weeks before the departure date with your travel documents. These will include your finalised flight and accommodation details, along with your ticket information. We'll add any other useful information we'd like you to know here too.