Clients are collected and dropped off at the Port Elizabeth airport and this is a free service. We suggest flying into either Johannesburg or Cape Town and catching a connecting flight to Port Elizabeth (final destination). Blaauwkrantz lodge is only a 45-minute drive north of the Port Elizabeth airport. Pick up and drop off from the airport is not included as a hunting day.
A valid passport is required and check that you have 2 blank pages in your passport. No visa is required for US citizens traveling to South Africa.
Flights are to be booked from the client's country of departure. South African Airways has 2 flights daily from the USA, from JFK and Washington Dulles. Delta has 1 flight out of Atlanta daily. Consider taking out insurance for trip cancellation and loss of personal affects.
Liability: While ensuring all reasonable care and maintaining precautions for the safety of clients, Blaauwkrantz Safaris accepts no responsibility for any illness, accident or loss arising from any cause whatsoever. We strongly recommend an all-over insurance policy prior to arrival in South Africa. We do have medical insurance cover to have an instant response medical team to collect a client by helicopter should an accident occur. A private hospital, doctors and pharmacies are 20 minutes drive from Blaauwkrantz.
Medical + Security Evacuation Services:
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