South Africa’s Green List: Where to Travel and What You Need

[Last updated 12 October 2020]

After a six-month dry spell in the travel industry, South Africa’s borders have swung open and people are more excited than ever to take to the skies. As we eagerly prepare for the next travel chapter, there’s been much speculation about which countries made it onto our green list. 

In line with World Organisation guidelines, factors including Covid-19 transmission patterns, public health and social safety measures, as well as health capacity in the public sector have been taken into account. 

For those who can’t wait to dust off their suitcase and hit the international runway, here is the green list of flights to and from South Africa.

International flights from South Africa

International flights from Johannesburg:

Arrival City Airline
Abuja RwandAir
Accra RwandAir
Addis Ababa Ethiopian Airlines
Amsterdam KLM
Atlanta Delta Air Lines
Brazzaville RwandAir
Bulawayo Airlink, Fastjet
Cairo EgyptAir
Cotonou RwandAir
Dar es Salaam RwandAir, CemAir 
Doha Qatar
Douala RwandAir
Dubai Emirates
Entebbe RwandAir
Frankfurt Lufthansa
Harare RwandAir, Fastjet
Istanbul Turkish Airlines
Kigali RwandAir
Kilimanjaro RwandAir
Kinshasa RwandAir
Lagos CemAir 
Libreville RwandAir
Livingstone Kenya Airways
London  British Airways, Virgin Atlantic
Luanda CemAir 
Lubumbashi CemAir 
Lusaka RwandAir, Proflight Zambia
Nairobi Kenya Airways, RwandAir
Ndola Airlink, Proflight Zambia
New York (Newark) United Airlines (from March 2021)
Nosy Be (Madagascar) Airlink
Paris Air France
Singapore  Singapore Airlines
Walvis Bay Airlink
Zurich Swiss Air

International flights from Cape Town: 

Arrival City                   Airline                                           
Addis Ababa Ethiopian Airlines
Amsterdam KLM
Atlanta Delta Air Lines
Doha Qatar
Dubai Emirates
Frankfurt Lufthansa
Istanbul Turkish Airlines
Livingstone Kenya Airways
London  British Airways
Nairobi Kenya Airways
Paris Air France
Windhoek Airlink

International flights from Durban:

Arrival City                   Airline                                           
Doha Qatar
Dubai Emirates

International flights to South Africa

All travellers from African countries and those from selected low-risk countries outside of Africa may now safely visit our beautiful country. Low-risk countries have a lower number of Covid-19 infections and deaths than South Africa; whereas high-risk countries have a greater number of infections and deaths compared to South Africa. 

Travel from high-risk countries will only be permitted for business workers, investors, skilled professionals and diplomats. 

High-risk countries will be reviewed every two weeks.

Departure City Airline                 
Abuja RwandAir
Accra RwandAir
Addis Ababa Ethiopian Airlines
Amsterdam KLM
Atlanta Delta Air Lines
Brazzaville RwandAir
Bulawayo Airlink, Fastjet
Cairo EgyptAir
Cotonou RwandAir
Dar es Salaam RwandAir
Doha Qatar
Douala RwandAir
Dubai Emirates
Entebbe RwandAir
Frankfurt Lufthansa
Harare Airlink
Istanbul Turkish Airlines
Kigali RwandAir
Kilimanjaro RwandAir
Kinshasa RwandAir
Lagos CemAir 
Libreville RwandAir
Livingstone Kenya Airways
London British Airways, Virgin Atlantic
Luanda CemAir 
Lubumbashi CemAir 
Lusaka RwandAir
Nairobi Kenya Airways, RwandAir
Ndola Airlink, Proflight Zambia
New York (Newark) United Airlines (from March 2021)
Nosy Be (Madagascar) Airlink
Paris Air France
Singapore Singapore Airlines
Walvis Bay Airlink
Zurich Swiss Air

green list

Entry requirements for international flights to South Africa:

    1. Valid passport and E-Ticket
    2. Visa to enter South Africa (if applicable) 
    3. Upon arrival into South Africa, all travellers must present a negative PCR or Covid-19 test certificate not older than 72 hours from departure time from the country of origin. Tests must be conducted and signed by a certified medical practitioner. South African authorities reserve the right to verify the authenticity of test certificates. 
    4. Any traveller who exhibits Covid-19 symptoms when screened upon arrival will be required to take a Covid-19 test at their own expense. Should the test display positive results, travellers will be subject to mandatory quarantine for 10 days at their own expense.
    5. All travellers must complete an Entry Health Screen Form either prior to or on arrival.
    6. All travellers will be screened by Port Health Officials upon arrival and departure. Those presenting symptoms must remain in quarantine until a repeat COVID-19 test is carried out.
    7. All travellers must wear masks at all times within the airport or port of entry. 
    8. Foreign nationals must have travel insurance that covers the costs of testing, quarantine and hospitalisation (if needed) before boarding their flight to South Africa. This does not apply to South African citizens. 
    9. Travellers must show proof of accommodation or address in South Africa in the event self-quarantine is required.
    10. International flights will only operate in and out of these three airports: OR Tambo in Joburg, King Shaka in Durban and Cape Town International Airport.
    11. Long-term visas will be reinstated and South African visa application centres abroad will be opened. Travellers are encouraged to install the COVID Alert SA mobile app.

Overland travel:

  • 18 land borders will be fully operational.
  • Scholars and educators needing to commute daily from neighbouring countries are free to do so, subject to entry requirements.
  • Travellers must wear face masks.
  • Travellers will be screened for Covid-19 upon arrival.
  • Upon arrival into South Africa, travellers must present a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours from departure time.
  • Travellers must provide proof of address in the event they need to self-isolate if tested positive.
  • Travellers must present a completed Traveller Health Questionnaire

Exit requirements for flights from South Africa:

  1. Valid passport and E-Ticket
  2. Valid visa for arrival destination (if applicable)
  3. Quarantine arrangements upon arrival (if applicable)
  4. Any additional documents required for entry
  5. Face mask
  6. Completed Exit Health Form
  7. Travel insurance to cover Covid-19 related risks (highly recommended)
  8. Always check entry requirements at your arrival destination (visas, PCR tests, any additional requirements). South Africa does not require a negative PCR test for departure, unless it is required by the country you’re travelling to. For return flights into South Africa on all airlines, all passengers must produce a PCR test not older than 72 hours from departure time.

 

For the full red list of countries that are not allowed into South Africa for leisure travel, visit our dedicated Travel Info page.

The green list and red list for international travel are under continuous revision by our cabinet. For the latest Lockdown Level 1 updates on travel requirements and restrictions, keep an eye on our Travel Info page

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Frequently asked questions

Is entry based on the country of citizenship or residence, or where a traveller has visited/ transited through?

Entry into South Africa for foreign nationals is based on where the traveller has spent the previous 10 days. If the passport of a foreign national traveller from a high-risk country indicates that they have spent 10 days or more in a low-risk country before departure to South Africa, they will be considered to be arriving from a low-risk country and subject to the low-risk entry requirements.

South African citizens and permanent residents will always be allowed to return home, whether or not they are travelling from or through a high-risk country.

 

Are South Africans allowed to travel to and from high-risk countries?

South Africans may travel to any country that is open to South Africans for leisure or business purposes. 

 

What happens if South Africans transit through a high-risk country on their return flight to South Africa?

South Africans will always be allowed to return home, whether or not they are travelling from or through a high-risk country. Restrictions are based on where the traveller’s passport indicates they have resided over the last 10 days.

 

Do returning South Africans need travel insurance to re-enter South Africa from abroad?

The requirement for travel insurance applies to foreign national travellers. South Africans without travel insurance will not be denied entry, however, you are strongly advised to take out a comprehensive insurance cover for peace of mind. 

 

Must South African citizens present a negative PCR test when exiting South Africa?
South African authorities do not require you to have a test when departing South Africa, unless it is required by the country you are travelling to. However, should you exhibit symptoms during screening, you will be denied boarding. 

Testing may be conducted at various international airports so make sure you have the required documents for your destination. Some countries, like the UAE, require a negative PCR test when transiting through airports (including Dubai and Abu Dhabi). This is required for BOTH directions and applies when travelling with Emirates and Etihad. 

 

Where can I get tested in South Africa before I travel?

You can access over 200 testing sites across the country. Please visit Pathcare, Lancet and Ampath for a list of sites per province. 

The cost for a Covid-19 test is R850 and results take 48-72 hours to process.


All information on this blog page was correct at the time of publishing and may change at any time without prior notice. Travelstart will not be held liable for loss or inconvenience resulting from the use of out-dated or incorrectly noted information.

Our Readers Comments

  1. Your information on this matter is greatly appreciated.

    I am hoping to fly to OR Thambo from Newcastle in November +- 18th. Staying 2 months plus. Leaving .mid to end January 2021.

    I realize none of us can see which countries will accept the other, in the weeks to come but your advice and knowledge of change in circumstances, obviously helps us hugely and for that, I thank you for your vigilance.
    Regards
    Lesley Yeatman

    • Hi Mrs Yeatman,

      Thanks for reaching out and your feedback which we do appreciate.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  2. What is happening to SAA flights from USA? SAA abruptly cancelled all flights, with no alternative offered. I am stranded in the USA, with no assistance and no SAA offices are open.

    • Hi Cheryl,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      Domestic, Regional and International flights will be suspended indefinitely for SAA.

      They have made a decision to suspend all the airline operations with immediate effect and are pursuing a process to put the airline under care and maintenance until funding discussions are completed.

      Should you wish to travel back to South Africa you would need to purchase a new ticket on an airline that is operating to South Africa. Regarding your SAA ticket you would need to reach out to the agent or airline direct what your options are regarding using your unused ticket.

      You welcome to use the following website to see if travel is permitted: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  3. You have London on the green list and yet United Kingdom is on the red list?

    • Hi Laura,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      UK Citizens are not permitted to enter South Africa for leisure purposes this is why they are on our Red List.

      However UK has opened it’s borders for South African’s to travel to the United Kingdom. A South African citizen is permitted to return home from the UK. It is their constitutional right to enter back into their home country as long as they have the relevant documents.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  4. Hi i married my husband in Decrmverc2029, I haven’t seen him for a year. We were only married for 2 days in South Africa. He comes from Cleveland. He said he ell fo the vovid test but can he fo a connecting flight to here,?

    • Hi there,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      America is on the High Risk list – USA passport holders are not permitted to enter South Africa for leisure purposes, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  5. ARE TRAVELLERS ALLOWED TO ENTER INTO AMERICA FROM SOUTH AFRICA

    • Hi Wayne,

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  6. Are pensioners (89) with British – and Holland passports, but South African ID’s allowed to permanently move from South-Africa to England to stay with their children?

    • Hi Anet,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Please contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information regarding immigrating to the UK. They will be able to advise if accordingly.

  7. Want to visit my daughter in Bermuda from 15 Des to 15 Jan. will I be able to book flights to Bermuda and back and what will the restrictions be.

    • Hi Moira,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  8. Would like to know when we can travel again to New Zealand.

    • Hi Jenny,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      I’m afraid we are not able to advise. This will depend on when the authorities of New Zealand will open up their borders.

      We ask that you keep checking the news for the most up to date information.

  9. How does it work in terms of providing a negative test, when a South-African travels abroad and then comes back to South-Africa. Do you need to provide a negative test when re-entering the country as well?

    • Hi Bianca,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Passengers travelling to South Africa must hold a negative Covid-19 test certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to departure, due to the outbreak of Covid-19. This does not apply to crew members and children aged 5 years and under.

      Passengers will be subject to screening on arrival and those presenting symptoms of Covid-19 must quarantine until a repeat test is conducted.

      Passengers travelling to South Africa must install the contact tracing app COVID Alert SA at https://sacoronavirus.co.za/covidalert/, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required when travelling to and for the relevant country.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  10. Any news on when Singapore airlines and Latam airlines will start with flights to and from Johannesburg again?

    • Hi Renier,

      Singapore Airlines should resume operation out of OR Tambo from the 14th October 1 x a week on a Thursday. And Singapore back to OR Tambo 1 x a week on a Wednesday.

      At this stage Latam is unable to give a fixed date when their flights will resume operation. This will depend on border restrictions of each country. They are are working very hard to be ready to hit the ground running.

      We suggest to please keep checking their website and the news for the most up to date information regarding flight operation for Singapore and Latam.

  11. Its very confusing to me looking at the international flights list from SA
    I have in the last week purchased flight tickets through travel start on turkish airlines to Spain
    Yet they’re not reflected on the list
    That’s concerning for me
    Please give me peace of mind

    • Hi Tracy-Lee,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      International flights from South Africa – Istandbul / Turkish airlines are now mentioned. Airlines and countries are reviewed every two weeks and all information on the blog page was correct at the time of publishing and may change at any time without prior notice. We do ask that you follow up with the relevant authorities for the most up to date information.

      If you have booked with Travelstart and need any further information on your flights you welcome to reach out to our team on the following email address: urgent@travelstart.com

  12. Good day Travelstart team.

    Is there any particular reason why Namibia is excluded from the list of “green lighted” locations? I do not find them on the banned travel list of countries so the expectation is that they would be on the approved list of destinations especially since we share a land border which is now open. Please can you let me know about travel to either Windhoek or Walvis Bay via air and which airlines are approved (Airlink, Air Namibia, etc)

    Many thanks and kind regards
    Adian

    • Hi Adian,

      Thanks for reaching out. Airlink might not have been offering flights to Namibia at the time of writing this blog.

      Should you wish to get assistance in receiving a quote and making a reservation, we have a team of Travel Experts that would love to help.

      You can contact our direct sales team, Travelstart Live by completing the following contact us form:

      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/travelstart-live

      Scroll down and Complete the form with your booking request and one of our agents will be in touch to assist with a quote.

      Alternatively you welcome to email them direct at: live@travelstart.com

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted to Namibia and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  13. Hi, for international travel to Amsterdam or Paris from South Africa, what are the necessary health and document requirements other than the ordinary normal passport and ait ticket ,,is there quarantine on arrival at those entry points ?

    • Hi there,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  14. Can South Africans travel to Turkey?

    • Hi Zulfa,

      Great to hear from you.

      Yes South African passport holders are permitted to travel to beautiful Turkey.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the details. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  15. I see that we can fly to London via British Airways from Cape Town – can we then fly onwards from London to DFW?

    • Hi Varn,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and enter your travel dates, routes and documents you will be travelling with.
      I’ve found the following information, however you will need to contact the relevant authorities for he most up to date information.

      Passengers are not permitted to enter or transit the United States if they have entered or transited any Schengen Area member state, the United Kingdom, Ireland, China, Iran or Brazil in the past 14 days due to the outbreak of Covid-19, unless they meet one of the following conditions:

      1. They are a permanent resident of the United States;

      2. They are the spouse of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident;

      3. They are seeking entry into or transiting the U.S. with any of the following visa types – A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3 (as a foreign government official or immediate family member of an official), E-1 (as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6;

      4. They are arriving from the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom or Ireland with a F-1, F-2, M-1 or M-2 visa;

      5. They are the legal guardian of an unmarried U.S. citizen or permanent resident under the age of 21;

      6. They are the sibling, child, foster child or ward of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, provided both are unmarried and under the age of 21;

      7. They are a prospective adoptee seeking to enter the United States pursuant to the IR-4 or IH-4 visa classifications;

      8. They can prove they are travelling at the invitation of the U.S. Government for a purpose related to containment or mitigation of the virus;

      9. They are travelling as a nonimmigrant under section 101(a)(15)(C) or (D) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(C) or (D), as a crewmember, or any alien otherwise traveling to the United States as air or sea crew; or

      10. They have been determined as safe to enter by the CDC Director, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or any of their respective designees.

      11. They are a member of the United States Armed Forces or the spouse or child of a member of the United States Armed Forces;

      12. They are personnel involved in resuming sports events of Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Professional Golfers’ Association Tour (PGA Tour), the National Hockey League (NHL), the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), this includes athletes, support staff, team and league leadership, and their spouses and dependents.

      Passengers are advised to quarantine for 14 days on arrival in the United States, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

  16. Please advise on curbside drop off and pick up for domestic as well as international flights at OR Tambo. The last arrangement before level 1 was pick up for all pax at / inside level 2 of parkade where rental car returns are located ditto for drop off but level 3 for that.
    Question: Is curbside pick up and drop off operational by now

    • Hi Rolf,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      We have found the following but ask that you contact ACSA for the most up to date information as this could change at anytime.

      Drop-offs are allowed again at OR Tambo airport’s upper roadway and Pick-ups should continue to be done from Parkade 2.

      The upper roadway is for drop-off only.

      Selected entrances to the terminal building from the upper roadway have also been opened. Branded banners have been placed at the reopened entrances.

      Metro police will continue to control access to the upper roadway.

      Driver-only vehicles will not be allowed onto the upper roadway.

  17. We are immigrating to Canada and our date to land there was12 September. Because of Covid19 we were unable to travel there. Do you know of any flights that will take us to Edmonton Canada in the near future?

    • Hi Sue,

      Great to hear from you.

      Should you wish to get assistance in receiving a quote and making a reservation, we have a team of Travel Experts that would love to help.

      You can contact our direct sales team, Travelstart Live by completing the following contact us form:

      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/travelstart-live

      Scroll down and Complete the form with your booking request and one of our agents will be in touch to assist with a quote.

      Alternatively you welcome to email them direct at: live@travelstart.com

      We look forward to hearing from you.

  18. Information required for travel to and from Swaziland on a business trip.
    Are there any 14 days quarantine regulations. Are the borders open for air travel.

    • Hi Frances,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      You welcome to check the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the information required. It will then provide the relevant information if travel is permitted as well as:

      Passengers who have been in any of the countries or regions listed below in the past 10 days must quarantine for 10 days on arrival in Switzerland, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

      However you will need to contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information.

  19. hi, Is travel for Permanent residence holders allowed back into South Africa from the UK

    • Hi there,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      You welcome to check on the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/

      It provides the following information:

      Residents of South Africa may enter with travel documents that are valid on arrival.
      All passengers are required to have 2 unused passport pages for entry or departure endorsements.
      Passports issued without a Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) are not accepted for entry.

      COVID-19 TRAVEL ALERTS
      Passengers travelling to South Africa must hold a negative Covid-19 test certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to departure, due to the outbreak of Covid-19. This does not apply to crew members and children aged 5 years and under.

      Passengers will be subject to screening on arrival and those presenting symptoms of Covid-19 must quarantine until a repeat test is conducted.

      Passengers travelling to South Africa must install the contact tracing app COVID Alert SA at https://sacoronavirus.co.za/covidalert/, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

      However you need to contact the relevant authorities for the most up to date information.

  20. Good day

    I hope and trust you are well? I would like to find out whether a South African citizen can travel from South-Africa to Portugal for an elite athletic sport championship taking place end of October 2020 and what is the necessary documents?

    Hoping to hear from you

    • Hi SumÈ,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the information required. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authories for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  21. Hi. Can a South African/PR holder come back from a visit to high risk country? Lets say i travel to uk now for two weeks, what happens when i come back?

    • Hi Adil,

      Thanks for contacting us.

      You welcome to use the following website: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and complete the information required. It will provide the relevant information if travel is permitted and what documents are required.

      For further information please feel free to log onto our website for Essential Travel information.
      https://www.travelstart.co.za/lp/essential-travel

      We do ask that you contact the relevant authories for the most up to date information as information could change at anytime.

  22. Are South Africans allowed to enter Republic of Ireland, either via Dubai or Europe, at present?

    • Hi Angela,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Please use the following link: https://www.traveldoc.aero/ and enter the travel details asked for. It will advise if travel is permitted or not, as well as advise if you would need to quarantine for 14 days on arrival in Ireland and what documents would be required.

      We do ask that you check with the relevant authorities for the most up to date information as this could change at anytime.

  23. Great info.

    • Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for the feedback! We really love informing our readers and clients of what is happening in the Travel Industry and giving tips and information on any travel related topics!

      Puts a smile on our face when we know our hard work has paid off!

      Have an awesome day!

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