Africa is Travel Ready

  • A NOTE FROM OUR CEO

    South Africa's welcomes international tourists

    Good news, as of 1 October 2020, South Africa’s borders have reopened to international travel.

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  • AFRICA'S COUNTRIES OPEN TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

    We are keeping track of the destinations that we operate in. 

    We provide the most recent information about travel to the various countries we operate in.

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  • WHY USE TIMELESS AFRICA SAFARIS

    We love our jobs and are specialists in our field.

    Africa is a vast and complex continent and our insider knowledge and understanding, as well as our connections and extensive experience ,  will add far more value than the financial cost of your trip.

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  • WHY BOOK NOW

    Africa offers space, privacy , and has remote wide open places

    Africa offers views of towering dunes, dramatic mountain ranges, pristine beaches, and vast tracts of open plains. These areas are isolated from densely populated cities and afford space, privacy.

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  • 18 AFRICAN RESORTS NAMED THE BEST IN THE WORLD

    Oct 12, 2020

    What an accolade for the African continent!

    Africa is home to 18 of the best resorts in the world as voted in the 2020 Reader’s Choice Awards by Conde Nast Traveler.

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  • SOUTH AFRICA IS READY TO WELCOME YOU

    Sept 16, 2020

    International travel is permitted from 1 October 2020

    “We are ready to open our doors again to the world, and invite travellers to enjoy our beaches, our vibrant cities and our wildlife game parks in safety and confidence.”

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  • A NOTE FROM OUR CEO

    Sept 13, 2020

    September is tourism month and the beginning of Spring in SA

    The East and Southern Africa regions are seeing more and more countries opening safely for International Travel. Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Seychelles, Namibia, Mauritius and Zimbabwe are all open to international travellers.

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  • ZIMBABWE'S BORDERS ARE OPENING SOON

    Sept 11, 2020

    Explore the Vic Falls soon...

    From 1 October, international tourists can start visiting Zimbabwe again.

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  • ZAMBIA IS TRAVEL READY

    August 31, 2020

    Zambia welcomes international tourists again

    Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu announced the immediate reopening country’s international airports

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  • NAMIBIA REOPENS

    August 26, 2020

    Namibia's border will be reopening to international tourists soon

    From 1 September, international tourists can start visiting Namibia again…

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  • CAPE TOWN IS TRAVEL SAFE

    August 25, 2020

    Cape Town receives the globally recognised Safe Travels Stamp.

    Let’s support local tourism and travel locally…

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  • #IAMTOURISM CAMPAIGN

    August 7, 2020

    the #IAmTourism campaign celebrates South Africa’s travel heroines.

    More than 70% of the South African tourism and travel sector comprises of women.

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  • THE MINING INDABA 2021 DATES ANNOUNCED

    JULY 29, 2020

    Coming to Cape Town in February 2021

    “The show will be held in accordance with latest health & safety and government guidance…”

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  • THE BRITISH & IRISH LIONS 2021 TOUR GOES AHEAD

    JULY 28, 2020

    The eight-game tour kicks off on July, 3 2021

    “The whole of South Africa is looking forward to welcoming the Lions…” SA Rugby CEO

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  • THE V&A WATERFRONT IS TRAVEL SAFE

    July 21, 2020

    The V&A Waterfront receives the Safe Travels Stamp by the WTTC

    The V&A Waterfront is the first tourism attraction in SA to the Safae Travels Stamp

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  • AFRICA'S TOP 10 SAFARI LODGES

    July 10, 2020

    Travel + Leisure publishes its 25th edition of the World’s Best Awards...

    Singita Kruger National Park, South Africa takes the first place!

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  • KENYA IS REOPENING

    July 9, 2020

    The WTTC has given Kenya a Safe Travel stamp

    Local Air Travel within resumes from 15th July 2020 and International Air Travel into and out of Kenya scheduled to resume on 1st August 2020 in a phased and in strict conformity with all protocols.

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  • #SouthAfricaisTravelReady

    July 8, 2020

    You're completed protected from the moment you arrive until you leave

    Our Operations Manager, Robin McLeod recently spent the weekend at the stunning Mosaic Farm, near the seaside villages of Stanford and Hermanus.

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  • TANZANIA & ZANZIBAR LIFTS ITS BAN

    July 8, 2020

    Tanzania and Zanzibar lifted the ban on international flights on 18 May 2020

    If passengers’ body temperatures test normal, they will be able to enter the country without being quarantined.

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  • STELLENBOSCH RECEIVES AN AWARD

    July 7, 2020

    Stellenbosch is awarded the prestigious Safe Travels Stamp

    Stellenbosch has become the first destination in South Africa to be awarded the prestigious Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

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  • THE SEYCHELLES REOPENS

    Jul 7, 2020

    The Seychelles is on the UK government's quarantine exemption list

    As of June 1st, the Seychelles have reopened to tourists from 19 countries…

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  • RWANDA OPENS FOR ARRIVALS

    June 17, 2020

    The EU has added the country to its “safe” list

    Rwanda announced that it will be opening its borders to foreign tourists travelling on charter flights.

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  • MAURITIUS IS RECOGNIZED AS SAFE

    June 14, 2020

    The WTTC recognizes Mauritius as a safe destination with no local transmissions

    Air Mauritius is gearing up to resume flights from 1 September 2020 – we will keep you updated.

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  • NOTE FROM OUR CEO

    June 14, 2020

    We are living in the most turbulent and challenging times. Our resolve, belief systems, and courage are all being tested as never before.

    Timeless Africa Safaris would like to take this opportunity to extend our  sympathies to families, communities, and all those who have been affected by COVID-19.

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