International travel can be challenging for first-timers, especially if you are traveling to rural areas in Africa. WildRhinoHorn wants to make sure you are properly prepared for your trip. Please look over our general safari itinerary.
Travel from the USA
South African Airways departs daily to South Africa from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) in Washington, DC, and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, New York. The routes are code shared with United Airlines. Additionally, Delta Airlines offers daily direct flights from Atlanta, Georgia, to Johannesburg, South Africa.
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The New York (JFK) flight is highly recommended as it leaves in the morning and arrives in Johannesburg the next morning, which allows you to avoid extreme jetlag. Both the Washington and Atlanta flights arrive in Johannesburg in the late afternoon. Document Requirements
1. You must have a passport, as well as photocopies of your passport.
2. It is of the utmost importance that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your intended date of travel.
3. No visas are required for American passport and green card holders. You will be granted a 90-day holiday entry by South African authorities when entering the country.
4. Please bring your driver's license.
5. You will also need a current health-insurance card.
6. Carry a photograph of your luggage’s contents in case of loss.
1. All flight details and confirmations must be emailed to WildRhinoHorn before April 30th.
2. A deposit of 15% must to be paid before April 30th as this is when all bookings and confirmations are closed.
3. When you're ready to make your deposit, please contact us for account details.
4. The outstanding balance must be paid 45 days before the tour date.
5. Cancellation without penalty can be made not later than 45 days before the tour date.
6. Most importantly, we need you to get excited, because it's going to be the trip of a lifetime!
Contact us for information on one of our wildlife tours where you learn more about the plight of the African Rhino.