Small jumps, Limpopo Valley Horse Safaris, Botswana

Booking Terms and Conditions

Safari Consultants has specialised in designing tailor-made holidays to East and Southern Africa since 1983. We are a small ‘hands-on’ company and pride ourselves on the quality of our knowledge, personal service and expertise in designing your perfect holiday. We can offer advice on all aspects of travel to Africa, and the key safari destinations we cover are found throughout Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia and Madagascar. We also offer beach extensions to Mozambique, Mauritius and The Seychelles.

All Horseback Safaris will be booked through Safari Consultants according to their booking terms and conditions. A Safari Information Form must be completed and signed by every person going on safari.

Financial Protection

Safari Consultants have complied with the bonding requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority and are holders of an Air Travel Organiser’s Licence issued by them (Number 3783). This covers all holidays which include flights and an air content. For further information, visit the ATOL website.

They are also members of the Association of Independent Tour Operators (“AITO”) and have also complied with its bonding and insurance requirements. Their AITO membership number is 1091 and this covers all land only arrangements. For further information, visit the AITO website.

Safari Consultants also have an International Air Travel Association licence (IATA).

Their bonded Air Travel Organiser’s Licence and bonded membership of AITO provide security for your money paid to them and for your repatriation in the unlikely event of our insolvency.

Insurance

It is imperative that everyone travelling has comprehensive travel insurance to cover all eventualities on your holiday. This insurance should be arranged at the time the holiday is booked. Few travel insurance policies, however, have high cover on personal baggage, cameras, watches, binoculars etc. You should ensure that any such items are comprehensively covered by your own general household insurance policy.

Immigration formalities, Passports

You will need a full passport to visit all of the countries in which we operate. Virtually all countries require visitors to have passports expiring at least six months after your expected return date. Even if they do not you are advised to ensure that your passport expires well after your return.

Depending on your nationality you may also need entry visas for some countries. Under our booking conditions it is your responsibility to see that you have all the necessary immigration documentation as well as any necessary immunisation certificates. Information regarding visa requirements is covered in our specific country information which you will receive when you book.