No you do not need to apply for a Visa before arriving in South Africa. If you would like more information, please click here. Link (https://www.southafrica-newyork.net/homeaffairs/visitorsvisa.htm)
We hope that this never happens but if it does we are well prepared and can get you where you need to go. We have an ambulance that is on standby 24/7 as well as access to helicopters if the situation is critical. We would also recommend having a Global Rescue membership which gives you access to a network of medical professionals as well as medical evacuations if need be.
Our area is phenomenal throughout the year so it will depend on what temperatures you are comfortable with and what weapon you are using. October through March is our summer months and maximum temperatures of up to 10Our area is phenomenal throughout the year so it will depend on what temperatures you are comfortable with and what weapon you are using. October through March is our summer months and maximum temperatures of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit can be expected. April through September is our Winter, minimum Temperatures of around 35-45 degrees Fahrenheit can be expected early morning and in the evening. 0 degrees Fahrenheit can be expected.
We closely work with Bullseye Taxidermy, African Legacy Logistics, and Gallagher Transport. When your hunt is over, we take you to meet Craig at Bullseye where he will fill you in on all the details. You will also receive an invoice from Brett at African Legacy Logistics for transport from Bullseye to the airport for export. Then you will be working with Brad Whittle from Gallagher Transport for the transport from The port of Africa to you or your taxidermist. We will have prices on hand to give to you at camp, but if you want them before your hunt we can send them to you as well.