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Best Times for Safari
The best time to visit Kruger and most wildlife parks is from May to September. This is the Dry season and animals congregate around waterholes and rivers. This is, in fact, the low season for tourism.
- Best Time : May to September (All parks)
- High Season : October to March
- Low Season : April to September (best wildlife viewing months)
- Best Weather : April-May and September-October
- Worst Weather : June to August (Cold in the morning and at night)
Packing for a Safari
Pack light – South African summers are hot and even winters in the Kruger Park are relatively warm. Bring some warm clothes for chilly evenings and night drives.
Other useful items include :
- Video camera
- Credit cards
- Travel bag
Please not that drones are not allowed in national parks. There are severe consequences for breaking these rules. Some private parks allow clients to use their drones for photography and filming, you would likely have to lease your own safari vehicle to avoid getting in the way of others.
Malaria & Vaccinations
TRAVELLING INSIDE SOUTH AFRICA
Malaria is a parasitic disease transmitted by the female Anopheles mosquito. It has plagued mankind for centuries and remains a risk today, particularly in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America. Malaria is both preventable and curable, but if not diagnosed and treated early it can also be fatal. The map below highlights the malarial areas in South Africa according to the potential risk. The South African Department of Health has maintained a highly effective malaria control programme for over 60 years. Although the malaria risks are real, the Government is steadfastly implementing measures to prevent infection to humans and to treat this disease. A targeted mosquito control intervention i.e. Indoor Residual Spraying; and the distribution of highly effective drugs for malaria cases are some of the key malaria interventions used in South Africa.
The information on this page is just a brief guide and should not be used as a replacement for a consultation with your travel doctor.
These are trusted resources for info about travellers’ health in South Africa:
You no longer need to present a PCR test or vaccine certificate on arrival in South Africa. All COVID-19 related restrictions have been lifted within South Africa.
The risk of COVID-19, public health policy, and travel advice or restrictions may change quickly, therefore travellers should ensure they have access to up to date information on COVID-19 and be prepared for rapid changes in guidance both before and during travel.
South Africa requires all travellers journeying from yellow fever risk countries to show proof of yellow fever vaccination by means of a valid yellow fever certificate.
Read more about yellow fever requirements and see what countries South Africa requires a yellow fever vaccination certificate from.