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Update: Coronavirus COVID-19 does not stop us from travelling/touring!

“June 3 saw South African Tourism (SAT) and United Airlines celebrating the airline’s launch of new daily nonstop service between New York/Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg (JNB). With the addition of this new route, United now operates more flights to South Africa than any other U.S. carrier.” Read more about it here:

“The Netherlands has ended a six-month-long travel ban which restricted flights from South Africa amid concerns about a new Covid-19 variant. The lifting of restrictions will benefit returning Dutch residents and in-bound tourists.”Read more here:

Amatungulu Tours now offer a “pay-your-tour-forward” plan to customers to plan their travel in advance. This is to help you do your trip planning, but also to assist you when you have already booked to enable you to re-book travel at a later date instead of immediately postponing/cancelling your plans.

Amatungulu Tours also has a Bonding Scheme, which according to the South African Government Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 entails a consumer protection scheme to provide guarantees against deposits held, and therefore guaranteeing its quality assurance role. In so doing, it provides consumers with a greater level of protection against providers of goods and services. Amatungulu (Pty) Ltd is a registered South African Company (2017/538010/07) and therefor bound to this Act. ​This bonding guarantees consumers/clients that Amatungulu Tours is in a position to refund tour deposits, advance reservations, or bookings should you decide to cancel within the limitations set in the Terms and Conditions set out on the bottom of every page. Read more here:

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