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    • Coronavirus COVID-19 does not stop us from travelling/touring.

      South Africa has secured a total of twenty million doses of Coronavirus vaccine, due to be delivered in the first half of 2021. According to President Ramaphosa, SA now focus more on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for which clinical trials have shown is effective against the South African variant. This will make travelling to SA a reality, and we are ready for you to travel with us. 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: https://www.amatungulu.com/consumer-protection Have a look and book our tours here: www.amatungulu.com Read more protocol here: https://www.gov.za/covid-19/individuals-and-households/travel-coronavirus-covid-19

    • Luxury tours and wildlife safari to pamper you at incredible lodges and hotels.

      1. Luxury Kruger Park & Panorama Route Safari ​ Get an authentic wilderness experience with your African Safari! Have unrestrained luxury while experiencing magnificent wildlife sightings in Africa’s most iconic game reserve. Kruger National Park was proclaimed in 1898 and later extended to its present size of approximately 19,000 square km or 8,000 square miles. Where nearly 2 million hectares of the unrivaled diversity of life forms fuses with historical and archaeological sites - this is real Africa. The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. This Tour is an excellent choice for people who want to enjoy spectacular scenery, combined with game drives to see the renowned big five (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard and buffalo). You stay at the luxury Rhino Post Safari Lodge, situated at the southern end of our 12,000 hectare private wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park. The concession shares a 15km unfenced boundary with the famous Mala Mala and Sabi Sand reserve with an abundance of wildlife moving freely between the two reserves. The concession and surrounding areas is noted as an excellent game viewing area, home to all of the Big Five as well as a variety of other mammals, reptiles and birds. Twice daily game drives in open 4 x 4 vehicles with professional guides are included. In the late afternoon after a delicious high tea, you can enjoy an evening safari drive, winding down with sun downers, watching an African sunset and spotting nocturnal animals in the Park. Have excellent game viewing and photographic opportunities from the main Lodge deck. You can enjoy a selection of South Africa's finest wines from the wine cellar. Whether you need to de-stress with an Anti-Stress Massage, recover flexibility with a Deep Tissue Massage, or just pamper yourself with a Tribal African Wrap, the spa treatments are done professionally in the privacy of your own room. Read more about it and book here: https://www.amatungulu.com/luxury-kruger-park-safari 2. Luxury Garden Route Tour Discover and experience the best of South Africa’s picturesque Garden Route during a 5-day round-trip from Cape Town where you will stay at luxury accommodation offering fine cuisine and personalized service, catering to the needs of the discerning traveler. Visit the Addo Elephant National Park where you can get close to elephants, big cats like lion, buffalo, black rhino, hyena, a variety of antelope and in the marine section, great white sharks and southern right whales, as this is one of the few reserves in the world housing the Big 7. Hike through lush forests and canoe on picture-perfect water. Unwind and soak in the sun on soft, sandy beaches for an unforgettable holiday, where you will overnight at spectacular venues like the 5-star Views Boutique Hotel & Spa., where the lounge is the perfect place to laze or sip sundowners, spot dolphins & whales or watch spectacular sunsets. Also winner of the Les Nouvelle Esthetiques Award for Best Boutique Spa. Read more about it and book here: https://www.amatungulu.com/luxurygardenroute 3. Cradle of Human Kind, Sun City & Pilanesberg Nature Reserve Tour This tour at the North-West province allows a traveler to explore a variety of rich cultural heritage and history, combined with wonderful nature and wildlife scenery not very far from Johannesburg and the O.R. Tambo airport. You visit The Cradle of Human Kind to muse about your origins, see wildlife at Pilanesberg Nature Reserve, and visit the Voortrekker Monument or the Union Buildings in Pretoria. You get the option to stay at the the Lost City Hotel at the Sun City Resort, and as described on their website: “This luxury five-star hotel in Sun City has integrated the natural beauty of its surroundings into its design, taking architectural and interior themes from the legend of a lost African tribe to capture the essence of The Palace. Think richly-woven colours, faux elephant tusks, sculptured bronze and crystal, and jungle cascades. The magnificence of the wild landscape is depicted through lions, kudus, birds and beasts of all kinds; these are immortalised in statues, stone carvings, mosaic illustrations, vaulted ceilings, dazzling flame-topped towers and in artist Danie de Jager's bronze wildlife sculptures. With fresco ceilings above and ancient tiles below, you are left to stand in awe at the sheer scale and grandeur of the masterpiece that is The Palace of the Lost City. Accommodation fit for royalty, The Palace of the Lost City is synonymous with five-star luxury. Every detail has been carefully considered to ensconce guests in opulent comfort, from the cool mosaic tiles of the lobby and the subtle fusion of botanic aromas to the hotel's regally appointed high teas. Each exquisite suite with its handcrafted furniture repeats the magic of this remarkable place and offers royal hospitality with breathtaking views over water or jungle.” Read more about it and book here: https://amatungulu.rezgo.com/details/128833/3-day-cradle-of-human-kind-sun-city-pilanesberg-tour

    • Have you experience a sardine run, or seen the smallest desert in the world yet?

      The sardine run of southern Africa occurs from May through July when billions of sardines – or more specifically the Southern African pilchard, Sardinops saqax, spawn in the cool waters of the Agulhas Bank and move northward along the east coast of South Africa. Their sheer numbers create a feeding frenzy along the coastline. The run, containing millions of individual sardines, occurs when a current of cold water heads north from the Agulhas Bank up to Mozambique where it then leaves the coastline and goes further east into the Indian Ocean. In terms of biomass, researchers estimate the sardine run could rival East Africa's great wildebeest migration. However, little is known of the phenomenon. It is believed that the water temperature has to drop below 21 °C in order for the migration to take place. The shoals are often more than 7 km long, 1.5 km wide and 30 metres deep and are clearly visible from spotter planes or from the surface. Sardines group together when they are threatened. This instinctual behaviour is a defense mechanism, as lone individuals are more likely to be eaten than large groups. The sardine run is most likely a seasonal reproductive migration of a genetically distinct sub population of sardine that moves along the coast from the eastern Agulhas Bank to the coast of KwaZulu-Natal in most years if not in every year. The migration is restricted to the inshore waters by the preference of sardine for cooler water and the strong and warm offshore Agulhas Current, which flows in the opposite direction to the migration, and is strongest just off the continental shelf. A band of cooler coastal water and the occurrence of Natal pulses and break-away eddies make it possible for sardine shoals to overcome their habitat constraints. The importance of these enabling factors is greatest where the continental shelf is narrowest. The presence of eggs off the KwaZulu-Natal coast suggests that sardine stay there for several months and their return migration during late winter to spring is nearly always unnoticeable because it probably occurs at depths where the water is cooler than at the surface. Request your tailor-made itinerary or combine a diving excursion during one of these tours: https://www.amatungulu.com/coasttocoasttour or https://amatungulu.rezgo.com/details/214355/12-day-meander-to-south-africas-best-kept-secrets-and-experience-lesotho The Red Desert Nature Conservation Reserve is a national heritage site and is reputed to be the smallest desert in the world with a width of just 200m and 11 hectares in its entirety. Best described as a miniature version of the Arizona Desert, the high hills and valleys of naked red soil bare stark contrast to to the surrounding lush and tropical vegetation. Archaeological artifacts going back millions of years can be found and the locals are pleased this is now an internationally protected heritage site. This peculiar phenomenon is surrounded by myth and legend including stories that this is the site of an alien landing. Truth be told the origins of this desert are found in the location of a Zulu tribe in the 1800’s, with vast cattle herds stolen from the Pondo’s. The terrain became severely over grazed and subsequently eroded by wind leading to the desertification and an opportunity to study the unique desert ecology. Request your tailor-made itinerary or combine this during a https://www.amatungulu.com/wild-coast-adventure See more tours at www.amatungulu.com

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    • Cape Town | Kruger South Africa | Amatungulu Tours | Travel Booking Websites

      Airport ​ Shuttle experience ∙ enjoy escape ∙ ZAR special offers available here You will be redirected to our booking site: Rezgo Explore the breath-taking beauty and fascinating history on safari vacations and tours in South Africa Hover/tap the image to see what Travelers say about Amatungulu Tours: The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is classified as a global pandemic. Read updates here.

    • Luxury Garden Route | South Africa | Amatungulu Tours

      5-day Luxury Garden Route Tour offering fine cuisine and personalized service, catering to the needs of the discerning traveler Discover and experience the best of South Africa’s picturesque Garden Route during a 5-day round-trip from Cape Town where you will stay at luxury accommodation . Visit the Addo Elephant National Park where you can get close to elephants, big cats like lion, buffalo, black rhino, hyena, a variety of antelope and in the marine section, great white sharks and southern right whales, as this is one of the few reserves in the world housing the Big 7. Hike through lush forests and canoe on picture-perfect water. Unwind and soak in the sun on soft, sandy beaches for an unforgettable holiday. Itinerary: ​ you’ll travel in a comfortable vehicle to our first stop at Spier Wine Estate where we will have a taste of premium wine ranges. Completing this appetizer we drive for approximately five hours to the town of Mossel Bay where we visit the Bartolomeu Dias museum complex to see the famous 500 year old Post Office Tree, the life-size replica of the Dias Caravel, the Shell Museum & Aquarium and Ethno-Botanical Garden. Now off to the town of Wilderness, where you will overnight at the 5-star Views Boutique Hotel & Spa. The lounge is the perfect place to laze or sip sundowners, spot dolphins & whales or watch spectacular sunsets. Also winner of the Les Nouvelle Esthetiques Award for Best Boutique Spa. Day 1: After pickup between 7 and 8 am from your Cape Town or Stellenbosch hotel, ( , see recommended list) Day 2: After breakfast you will be taken to the Kaaimans River Gorge Reserve, located between the towns of George and Wilderness. The Kaaimans Waterfall is accessible by rowing boat or canoe. It is approximately a ten-minute row to get to the waterfall. The lead up to the waterfall is through a narrow and extremely high Kloof. It is perhaps 5 metres across and 70 metres high and only 150 metres long., where we will paddle on a calm river that wind through lush forests and mountains with canoes and stand the chance to see the brilliantly coloured Knysna Loerie or one of the five Kingfisher species. A drive through Knysna take you to the town of Plettenberg Bay, where you can take a boat ride for a “Dolphin Encounters” excursion of 1,5 to 2 hours at Ocean Blue Adventures. You go to the world’s highest bungee jump at Bloukrans Bridge. Standing 709 feet (216 meters) above the Bloukrans River, the arch bridge is the ideal place to bungee jump. This is an optional activity (own expense), and you are free to watch the bungee jumpers take the plunge. Alternatively you can do one of the optional activities at Stormsriver Adventures: a Tsitsikama Woodcutters Journey or a Tsitsikama Canopy Tour. A short drive takes us to the ±1000-year-old Big Tree in the Tsitsikama forest. From here we go to overnight at the 5-star Dio Dell Amore Guest House: experience the opulence and charm of Tuscan life along the shores of the Kabeljauws River Mouth in Jeffrey’s Bay. Eight stylish rooms have each been individually decorated and furnished with everything you’ll need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. ​ ​Day 3: You have an early morning start for a day trip to Addo Elephant National Park, the third largest national park in South Africa. Home to elephants, lions, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena, leopard, a variety of antelope and zebra species, this park host the largest remaining population of wild elephants on the planet. You’ll enjoy a safari tour with knowledgeable park Guides and get the opportunity to see buffalo and other big animals. We via Jeffrey’s Bay on our return in the afternoon to try surfing in one of the world's most famous surf spots, or just relax on the beach. Overnight is at the 5-star Dio Dell Amore Guest House: experience the opulence and charm of Tuscan life along the shores of the Kabeljauws River Mouth in Jeffrey’s Bay. Day 4: After breakfast, you’ll travel approximately four hours on the famous Route 62 to get to Oudtshoorn for a Heritage Tour at the Cango Caves. Located in a limestone ridge parallel to the picturesque Swartberg Mountains, the caves include over 2.5 miles (4 km) of drip stone caverns with vast halls and towering formations of stalactites and stalagmites. You’ll walk through some of this subterranean wonderland with your guide on a 2-hour tour of the caves. From here we go to an Ostrich Farm where the largest fowl in the world can be studied. We drive to our overnight farm at De Zeekoe, which is surrounded by the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains, and one of the world’s 17 “hot spots” with 3 overlapping flower zones, which is located between the lush green Garden Route and the wide-open spaces of the Klein (Little) Karoo with the Outeniqua and Swartberg mountain ranges as backdrop. Here you can take part in a Wild meerkat tour which offers you the unique opportunity to see these animals that are part of the shy 5 in their natural environment. Meerkats are part of the so-called Shy 5 which also includes the bat-eared fox, the aardvark, porcupine and aardwolf. We spend the night at the 4-star De Zeekoe outside Oudtshoorn. Day 5: After you chose to do more of the activities (optional) on this farm after breakfast, we return to Cape Town along Route 62, the world's longest wine route. You’ll pass through breath-taking scenery and have plenty of rest stops. Also to be visited is Ronnie's Sex Shop which had visitors from all over the world, judging by the graffiti on its wall. There will be more stops for wine tasting before reaching Cape Town to end your tour. Book and pay for 6 adults and get your spot for free! (T&Cs apply) Book a Tour ​ Request your date here ​ - Group discounts for 6 and more ​ Book now! You will be redirected to our booking site: Rezgo Included: Accommodation as per itinerary Entrance fees National Park fees All meals Driver/guide Professional guide at specialist venues Transport by private vehicle Excluded: Excess luggage charges (where applicable) Alcoholic drinks Activities indicated as optional Food and drinks, unless specified Gratuities (recommended) Travel insurance; Flights; Airport transfers; Porterage; Visa fees Remember: Tour bookings and payments close 8 weeks before the tour starts

    • About | Trust Amatungulu Tours | Cheap Prices

      About Amatungulu Tours We are a tour operator with a difference. Attention to detail and care is given from booking until you arrive back home. Amatungulu can be fully trusted and we therefore practice our motto: "Always the best for you!" Amatungulu (Pty) Ltd is a registered South African company which have to comply with the highest ethical and moral values. We regard our social responsibility with importance and always strive to conserve nature by doing sustainable tourism. Only professional tour Guides, hotels and lodges are selected in order to give our valued guests a memorable experience. ​ Our packages include the best and most convenient accommodation and vary between 3-star and 5-star ratings. We ensure that your holiday will be comfortable and relaxed. A variety of good food, including local dishes with the best local beers and wines, are always provided. The vehicles we travel in are the safest and most comfortable, ensuring a stress-free trip. Optional armed protection is also available. ​ Tours can be tailor-made according to your preferences. We also offer our tours with self-drive options. Just us with requests, and we will give you a quote for a tour plan. Packages are transparent with no hidden costs or ugly surprises, and we offer safe and secure online booking systems. All races, cultures and orientation are sincerely welcome. email Read more here. ​ Remember: Tour bookings and payments close 8 weeks before the starting date of a multi-day tour, and 4 days before a single day tour. ​ To guarantee your seat we recommend you book 12 weeks in advance for a multi-day tour. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Our Company supports and endorses all forms of ECO: encompasses all the variants of ecotourism and green travel. Eco travel is a form of tourism involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas, intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial mass tourism. It means responsible travel to natural areas, conserving the environment, and improving the well-being of the local people. Its purpose may be to educate the traveler, to provide funds for ecological conservation, to directly benefit the economic development and sustainable tourism, and to foster respect for different cultures and for human rights. Ecotourism are dynamically interacting systems of organisms, the communities they make up, and the non-living components of their environment. Ecosystems Read more about eco-friendly practices and res ponsible tourism here. ​ Booking conditions: ​ ​ A booking requires a deposit of 40% of the total price. The rest of the payment has to be paid 45 days before the tour start. Cancellation 60 days or more before departure: Amount paid less upfront costs. These upfront costs are disclosed to you when you use the Site to complete the transaction and may represent out of pocket expenses of Amatungulu Tours for accommodation bookings, transportation deposits and other additional expenses. Cancellation 59 to 31 days before departure: 50% of tour price, if paid in full. Cancellation less than 30 days before the start of the tour: 100% cancellation fee. (no refund) ​ See more Reviews here ​ About the Founder What is an ? AMATUNGULU ​ CONTACT US South Africa Tel. 0844104888 International Tel. (27) 844104888 WhatsApp: (27) 844104888 Email: info@ amatungulu.com amatungulutours@gmail.com H/O: 6 Butia Place Pretoria South Africa ​ TELL US Success! Message received. Send Frequently Asked Questions Tours When should I book my flight in order not to miss the tour departure? Flights are not always available in abundance to South Africa. You therefor have to book well in advance in order to secure your seat, and by booking early you will most probably get a cheaper price too. What if I am in South Africa and ready for the tour a few days in advance, and what if my flight only leaves a few days after the tour has finished? Gauteng (the province in which the O.R. Tambo Airport is located) has a big variety of things to do for everyone. You can contact us for a list of things to do or look at: http://www.joburg.co.za/, http://www.getaway.co.za/travel-ideas/things-to-do/unusual-things-to-do-in-joburg-that-wont-cost-a-fortune/ Where can I stay when I arrive in South Africa before my tour starts? You have a big variety and choice of places to stay in the Johannesburg/Pretoria area on your arrival. See list of airport hotels on our website for hotels close to the O.R. Tambo Airport. You can also contact us at any time for enquiries. What if my flight is delayed and I miss the departure of my tour? We strongly advise that you plan your flight to arrive at the O.R. Tambo Airport at least a day in advance in order to ensure you will be available for your tour. This will also help to get rid of ‘jet lag’, and give you the opportunity to explore some local attractions. Amatungulu will do anything possible to transport latecomers to the touring vehicle which could already be on the road. Is all local transportation included? All local transportation is included when you are with the group. Before the tour started and after it ended you can explore the city on your own. During this time you will need to cover any transportation you decide to take, whether it's a taxi, bus, etc. Who will actually be leading my tour? We pride ourselves on our passionate, knowledgeable and professional guides. Our CEO Jakes Conradie has handpicked our staff and uses professional and registered tour Guides to ensure incredible experiences in any destination on any tour. Are there age restrictions? At some lodges where we are going to have game drives, age restrictions are 12 years and under. This however changes depending on the type of vehicle and various conditions. Crèche facilities are available if there is no other choice. Whoever wants to tag along is more than welcome; Amatungulu will always have an alternative option. Are children allowed? Our tours are suitable for any age. Children under the age of 18 have to be accompanied by an adult over 18. The price categories for the bookings we use are 0-3 years which is free, 4-12, and 12 and up. These are selected as most hotels, lodges and nature reserves use it as a standard. Are you listed on TripAdvisor? Yes, check it out here.( ) If you've booked a tour with us, get to know your fellow members here by submitting a review. https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Attraction_Review-g312583-d12539353-Reviews-Amatungulu_Tours-Pretoria_Gauteng.html How active are the Amatungulu tours? Our tours are moderately active. Seeing and experiencing everything in whichever tour is ambitious, as reflected in our tour itineraries. You're responsible for your own health and actions throughout the entirety of the tour. Please see our Terms & Conditions for all the details and information you need to know. Do your tours include travel insurance? No, they don't. We strongly recommend acquiring travel insurance for yourself and particular situation. We recommend this as we can't offer refunds for missed flights, sickness, changed exam dates or anything else. The tour I signed up for started yesterday, but I got sick. Can I get a refund? As with any other product or service (flights, concerts, etc.), if you don't show up, you cannot receive a refund. Similarly, for our trips, if you request a cancellation and refund after the service has started, we can't give you a refund. If you get sick and miss a trip, please note that this is a travel insurance issue. How do we make a booking? Click the “Book-a-Tour” or “Book Now” button located on each tour description page and it will take you to the booking page. Do you accept credit cards? Yes, we accept the following credit cards: VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVERY and AMERICAN EXPRESS via PayPal. You can also pay direct into our bank account. See details . here What is included in the price? Accommodation as per itinerary, Entrance fees, National Park fees, Meals as indicated in itineraries, Driver/guide, Professional guide at specialist venues, Transport by private vehicle, Welcome pack, and free use of smart phone and data. What is not included in the price? Excess luggage charges (where applicable), Alcoholic drinks, Drinks, Food and drinks unless specified, Gratuities (recommended), Travel insurance, Flights, Airport transfers, Porterage, Visa fees. Can I transfer my booking? Yes, we're happy to transfer your booking to any other tour of equal or lesser value free of charge. We can make transfers up to 46 days before the tour starts. What is the average or maximum tour size? Our tour sizes typically range from 2 to 18 people. Can we bring a camera? You may bring a camera and binoculars. Both items are highly recommended, as you will see beautiful and fantastic things you would like to photograph. Binoculars will be very helpful to see far off game in the Game Reserves. What will we see on the Panorama & Kruger National Park tour? On the Game drives the renowned big five (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard and buffalo), and many other smaller animal and antelope species. A huge variety of birds endemic to that area. History of the discovery of gold. Pilgrim's Rest and Barberton, Dullstroom Birds of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre, Pinnacle Rock, God’s Window, Berlin Falls, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Echo Caves, Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Boat trip on the Blyde Canyon Dam, Jane Goodall Institute’s Chimpanzee Eden, a tour in an underground wonderland at Echo Caves, the Berlin Falls and shop for local arts and crafts. Historical guided tours to explore the rowdy 1880's gold rush days including a ghost tour of Pilgrim's Rest. What will we see on the Gauteng Historical Tour & Hartbeespoort tour? Apartheid Museum, Cable car ride to Magaliesberg, have a real traditional old-fashioned South African (Voor)Trekker braai, a “walk trunk-in-hand with elephants” tour. Union Buildings, Voortrekker Monument, Mandela House Museum, Soweto Vilakazi Street and many more attractions as per itinerary. What will we see on the Cradle of Human Kind, North–West & Pilanesberg tour? Cradle of Human Kind/Maropeng, Sterkfontein Caves, Pilanesberg Game Reserve Game drives to see the renowned big five (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard and buffalo), and many other smaller animal and antelope species. A huge variety of birds endemic to that area. Sun City and Lost City Resorts, Hartbeespoortdam. What will we see on the Kwazulu-Natal Drakensberg, Battlefields Route & Midlands Meander tour? Discover the Battlefields Route, Enjoy game drives to see the big 5 (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard and buffalo) and many other smaller animal and antelope species. A huge variety of birds endemic to that area. Attend a Drakensberg Boys Choir concert, the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. What is the weather like? Winter months in South Africa starts in May up to August. The coldest temperatures are mostly experienced on the Highveld areas where Gauteng is located, but much more mild temperatures are prevalent in the Lowveld. Rain very occasionally occurs in these months. Summer months are from September up to April. The warmest temperatures are mostly experienced in the Lowveld areas where Mpumalanga is located. Rain is prevalent in these months, except in the Southern Cape where it rains in the winter months. What clothing should we bring? Comfortable Clothing, Warm clothing in winter (May-August), Sun Protection: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, Footwear that can get wet (hiking shoes and sandals), Towel(s) and bathing suit. Am I in danger of Malaria? Malaria is prevalent in certain parts of some of our tours, and Malaria prophylactics should be taken in accordance to a medical doctor’s prescription before entering a Malaria area. Can I get a refund for my paid tour? Please read point 3 of the booking terms at the following link: http://amatungulu.rezgo.com/terms Are the tour leader/professional guides always with the Tourists? The tour leader/professional guides are with the tour while activities are running. They will leave you after they are sure that you are comfortable at your overnight accommodation, and will always be in contact. They will always be available for activities as per itinerary. 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. Section 17 of the South African Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 gives very clear guidance in the event of cancellation. How do I know my money is safe? Amatungulu Tours established 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 therefor guaranteeing its quality assurance role. The act is based on fairness and equality for all consumers. 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. Can I pay a deposit, or even pay the tour price in instalments? Amatungulu is offering you the option to pay a 40% deposit for a multi-day tour when you book prior than 60 days (8 weeks). We offer a safe and secure online booking system. Deposits can be paid via PayPal with credit card or bank transfers during the booking process. If you are booking more than 90 days (12 weeks) in advance we offer flexible payment terms to make it easy on your budget. This assists as a way to pay the cost of your tour in instalments. Email amatungulutours@gmail.com to request easy payment terms. The final payment however has to be made 60 days before the start of a tour. When making the deposit payment with you credit card, the final balance of payment will be automatically charged to your Credit Card or Paypal account on the due date. What do I need to enter Swaziland? You MUST confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to border crossing. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveller. Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants. Please look at this site for more information: http://www.thekingdomofeswatini.com/visa-guide/

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