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Dear Valued Customer,
These are challenging times for us all. Our first key priorities are to safeguard the health and well-being of our customers and employees. We appreciate that your travel arrangements, and the travel industry as a whole, has been particularly effected by the outbreak of COVID-19.
During this time we ask you to take into account the following:
- Until 15th Apr, as instructed by government, our teams will be working from home. This will impact our call capacity at a time of high demand
- For all bookings please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our teams are here and able assist you, to advise the best options possible. Please include your departure date, booking reference/invoice number and airline in the subject line.
- For latest foreign travel advice, please check the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice
- We would also like to assure you that your money spent on your travel is completely safe. Southall Travel will provide you with all necessary assistance, alternative flight options, refunds or credit for future travel per the airline's policy. Thanks to our ABTA membership and ATOL bonding, your money is secure.
Please rest assured that Southall Travel is committed to providing you with the excellent service and support you have come to expect of us.
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South Africa: Endless Opportunities & Unlimited Fun
Welcome to South Africa, the Rainbow Nation, with scenic wonders, fascinating cultures and local traditions. Experience its vibrant cities, contrasting landscape, rich cultural heritage and abundant wildlife in its jungles.
The country displays vast diversity from the hippos in the Limpopo River to the penguins waddling on the Cape, the iconic Table Mountain, wildflowers of Namakwa and the Cape point. Shamwari Natural reserve and the vast & wild Kruger National Park have abundance of wild life including big five (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, and Rhino & Buffalo). Variety of bird & animal life in its wetland parks; Kwazulu-Natal's iSimangaliso wetland Park, the world heritage site, with its eight interlinking ecosystems attract both zebras and dolphins.
South Africa also has a vast coastline of nearly 3000km washed by the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic with scenic sandy beaches on its Eastern Cape ideal for Sun bathing, whale & dolphins watching and water sports. Read More