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  • Can I insert an image, video, or gif in my FAQ?
    Yes. To add media follow these steps: 1. Enter the app’s Settings 2. Click on the “Manage FAQs” button 3. Select the question you would like to add media to 4. When editing your answer click on the camera, video, or GIF icon 5. Add media from your library.
  • What are the Entry Requirements for under 18s travelling to South Africa?
    Last update / July 2023 Advice below, or search: Requirements for children travelling through South African Ports of Entry
  • How do I edit or remove the “FAQ” title?
    You can edit the title from the Settings tab in the app. If you don’t want to display the title, simply disable the Title under “Info to Display”.
  • What is an FAQ section?
    An FAQ section can be used to quickly answer common questions about you or your business, such as “Where do you ship to?”, “What are your opening hours?” or “How can I book a service?” It’s a great way to help people navigate your site and can even boost your site’s SEO.
  • Which vaccinations will I need to travel?
    Vaccinations are country specific, and we recommend you visit you Doctor or Travel Nurse at least 3 month prior to travel. Please also find some useful NaTHNaC guidance below: Botswana NaTHNaC - Botswana ( India NaTHNaC - India ( Nepal NaTHNaC - Nepal ( Namibia NaTHNaC - Namibia ( South Africa NaTHNaC - South Africa ( Tanzania NaTHNaC - Tanzania ( Zambia NaTHNaC - Zambia (
  • Do you have guidance on kit and clothing?
    Please find below general guidance. There will be a specific kit and clothing list for your venture, as clothing is seasonal and specific to activities on your venture. ITEM 1 Pair walking boots (well walked in) 1 Pair of trainers 1 Pair of thick soled sandals (with an ankle support) 1 Sleeping bag (Season 3/4 dependant on use) 1 Roll mat 1 Back pack (65L will be adequate) 1 Soft grip or hold-all (sports bag type) 2 Pairs of shorts/ trousers with detachable legs 1 Pair long trousers and/ or track suite bottoms 2 Long sleeve shirts & T-shirts 1 Warm fleece 1 Waterproof/ windproof jacket 4 Pairs of socks. 2 of them ‘thick’ for mountains 1 Swimming costume (if you don’t use shorts) 1 Sun Hat (with rim to keep sun off ears & neck) 1 Woolly hat & gloves 1 Torch, spare batteries & bulb ( pref. head torch) 1 Tooth brush & tooth paste 1 Personal medicines – Insect repellent, sun screen 1 Thin towel & face cloth/ wash cloth 1 Biodegradable soap and normal soap 1 Washing powder or travel wash for clothes 1 Knife, fork, spoon & plate and/or bowl 1 Water bottle & water purifying tablets All other camping equipment provided 1st Aid kit is provided but a small personal kit is optional Bush clothes should be dull or natural shades OPTIONAL EXTRAS Camera Binoculars Notebook and Pen 1 set of casual clothes Musical instrument Clothing • No matter what time of year you are travelling in Southern Africa, you should always plan to be able to layer your clothing • Morning and evenings are very often quite cool and in winter will drop below zero • Neutral colours should be worn, particularly if you are spending time in the bush • Refrain from wearing white clothes as this can attract insects at night time • Always take sun cream, sun hats and sun glasses for all seasons • Sturdy walking shoes for bush walks and sandals for when in camp Summer (October to March) • Shorts & swimwear • Short sleeved shirts and t-shirts (preferably cotton) • Trousers (light weight) • Waterproof/windproof jacket (light weight) • Fleece, hoody or jumper for evenings • Sun hat Winter (April to September) • Warm trousers • Shorts for day time • Fleece, hoody or sweater • Warm windproof jacket • Woolly hat and gloves for night drives • Layers of clothing Electrical Equipment • Stills camera and charger. • Video camera and charger • Mobile phone and charger • Binoculars • Torch and spare batteries • Converter plugs • Sat Nav (with South Africa Maps system) if self-drive Practicalities • Glasses or contact lenses plus spares • Sunglasses • Laundry bag • Day pack • Maps • Sewing kit • Personal toiletries • Sunscreen and lip balm • Hairbrush • Shampoo • Soap • Wipes • Toothbrush and toothpaste • Moisturiser • First Aid • Prescription medication • Malaria tablets • Insect Repellent • Medication for minor pain (headache, stomach cramps) • Antihistamine • Insect bite and sting cream • Diarrhoea medication • Antiseptic cream • Moleskin or 'Second Skin' adhesive pads for blisters • Feminine protection Documents • Valid passport - ensure it has more than six months validity and at least two blank pages left • Take a copy of your passport information and keep separated from passport • Valid visa - if required • One other picture identification • Accommodation confirmation • Airline tickets • Expense money • Comprehensive Travel Insurance Policy (most also provide a "what to do" card) • Car rental confirmation • Photocopy of passport, driver’s license, tickets, credit card (keep separate from originals) • Debit card/ Credit card • If take Travellers Cheques, make a note of serial numbers and keep separated KIT, CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT INFORMATION
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