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Positive ID Needed to Enter Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park (KNP) is currently implementing additional gate access control systems at its entrance gates in the Southern part of the Park, which will require that as from 1 September 2017, all visitors who are 18 years old and above must produce a positive identity document for scanning in order to gain access. For non-South African visitors, they must produce passports but a South African driver’s licence will also be acceptable. The new system will assist with monitoring of people’s movement who enter and exit the Park, and will ensure that information related to any persons entering the park is centrally recorded and monitored. “The system will apply to everybody including SANParks staff members, suppliers and other residents of the Park and is expected to improve on our...
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Botswana introduces Tourism Levy – effective 1 June

Botswana introduces Tourism Development Levy of US$30.00 – effective 1 June 2017   Botswana’s Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism has announced a mandatory Tourism Development Levy (TDL) to raise funds for conservation and national tourism development, support the growth of the industry, broaden the tourism base, and improve the lives of the people of Botswana. As from the 1st of June 2017, with the exception of residents and citizens of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states, visitors will pay USD30.00 (US Dollars) in cash, or by debit or credit card at ports of entry. A unique receipt, corresponding with the passport, will be generated automatically. This is to be presented to Immigration Officials. The passport...
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Landscape Tours finalist in Cape Talk Nedbank Business Accelarator

We were very proud to be featured as one of the finalists on the Cape Talk Nedbank Business Accelerator program. Our managing director, Grant Lind, was interviewd on 567 Cape Talk radio by Africa Melane, and was then given some interesting advise by business consultant Pavlo Phitidis. It was great to get this exposure for the business. Take a look and listen…        
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2017 Dates and prices now available

Welcome to Landscape Tours! Our website was updated on 11 January 2017, and all new departure dates and prices are listed with every tour description. Please feel free to browse and read more about our exciting tours and safaris!If you would like to know more about any tour, please don’t hesitate to contact us for a detailed, day by day itinerary. We look forward to hearing from you! You may also choose to download a small pdf file with all dates and prices here
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Madagascar Recce 2015

                      Managing Director of Landscape Tours, Grant Lind, recently undertook a recce to Madagascar, as he is very keen to add the Island state as a new destination for 2016. He returned very enthusiastic about his experience there and we are now in the process of finalising itineraries, dates and prices. Below is a copy of his tour report. Please give us a call so that we can give you more information if you are interested in joining a group to this amazing place. Madagascar Recce: August 2015 Grant Lind  My recent recce trip to Madagascar was a huge success and I was amazed to see the varied landscapes, exotic wildlife and different culture and history all locked into one large island country. It is neither Africa...
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Winter Getaway

WINTER BREAK 14 July & 21 July 2017 Our 6-day Winter Break explores the secrets of Route 62 and the Little Karoo, a region conveniently near Cape Town, yet full of pleasant surprises and treasures. For your enjoyment and relaxation we bring you the best that the region has to offer, from spectacular mountain passes and back-country villages, to interesting farm visits and country cuisine. We stay first in the pretty village of Montagu, in a beautifully restored country hotel with an Art Deco theme. The food is good, the ambience is warm and friendly, and the rooms are cosy and stylish. From here we explore the best local attractions, including a spectacular tractor-trailer trip high into the Langeberg. Later we stay at the delightful Rooiberg Lodge, set amongst the hills far away...
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