|DO I NEED AN ELECTRICAL CONVERTER/ADAPTER?
You will need both a converter to plug your items into and an adapter to plug into the outlet. The converter will change the voltage from 230-240 Volts, 50 HZ to 120Volts. You can find converters and adapters at any electronics store like Radio Shack or Circuit City or department stores like Kmart, Wal-Mart or Target.
|HOW EXPERIENCED ARE YOUR PROFESSIONAL HUNTERS?
Our Professional Hunters are highly experienced with a combined 30 years of hunting experience and are licensed for both plains game and Big Five hunting.
|WHERE WILL I BE MET?
You will be met at Johannesburg International Airport in the arrivals lounge by your professional hunter. From the time you land in South Africa to the time you depart, you are in our care.
|ARE THE CAMPS COMFORTABLE ENOUGH TO BRING ALONG WOMEN & CHILDREN?
Our bush camp is very comfortable and outfitted with modern amenities. If not hunting, women and children are welcome to relax in the safety of the camp or go on daily excursions.
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|CAN OTHERS GO ALONG WITH ME DURING MY ACTUAL HUNTS?
Observers are encouraged to accompany you during the hunt. In this way they will be able to share in your special memories as they happen. If they do choose to go along on the stalk, they must follow the directions of the PH at all times.
|WILL MY CELL PHONE WORK?
South Africa has a well established and sophisticated telecoms infrastructure. However, it's best to check with your service provider regarding serviceability in South Africa.
Satellite phones are the best option for communications. If you own a SAT phone please remember to bring it along. If you do not have a SAT phone, TDK will have one in camp if needed.
|ARE THERE MALARIA RISKS?
While malaria is endemic to certain parts of South and Southern Africa, it IS NOT prevalent in the Limpopo Province. The risk of contracting malaria is very low if the necessary precautions are taken. It is always wise to contact a health care professional for the most current advice before entering a malaria area.