We strongly advise all clients use Henry Durrheim from RiflePermits to assist with rifle permit applications and clearing of customs in Johannesburg specifically, as he is based in Johannesburg and will meet you at OR Tambo airport to assist you with clearing of customs and make the experience a lot easier and more pleasurable for you.
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NOTES*South Africa uses 220 volt appliances
KwaZulu-Natal has a varied yet verdant climate thanks to diverse, complex topography. Generally, the coast is subtropical with inland regions becoming progressively colder.
The KwaZulu-Natal midlands can be hot and wet in summer while winters are cool and dry, sometimes with snow and frost. The Zululand north coast has the warmest climate and highest humidity.
Finding itself at South Africa’s northernmost area and bisected by the tropic of Capricorn, visitors can expect sunshine, long summer afternoons and dry days.
During the summer months the heat is often interrupted by short thunderstorms. Winter is typical of the interior highveld plateau. A sunny season of chilly mornings, warm middays, dry afternoons and cool to cold nights.
Generally speaking, the climate at the coast experiences more wind and higher levels of humidity.
Eastern Capes coastal cities enjoy both a subtropical and Mediterranean climate while inland things get a bit hotter. The interior can become very cold in winter, with occasional heavy snowfalls. The humidity increases the closer you get to KwaZulu Natal.
We recommend the use of a videographer to all our clients to capture the memories whilst on Safari, especially on "BIG 5" safaris. Please contact us for details.