Updated African Safari Travel Restrictions Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Which Safari Countries Are Open for Travel, What Are The Entry Requirements, and When Will Flights Resume?

– Updated 5 July 2022 –

Many of our current clients as well as potential travellers interested in African safaris have been asking about border closures and flight schedules. Thanks to our direct line of communication with our trusted on-the-ground partners throughout Africa, cross-referenced with official government entities, we’ve compiled a one-stop informational resource with real-time updates on travel restrictions due to COVID-19.

Here’s the latest on safari travel to Africa…

Additional COVID-19 Information:

Flying to/from Africa

Some international commercial airlines require passengers to produce a certificate of a negative COVID-19 PCR test that has been conducted within 72 hours of departure. The same may be required when arriving at any transit airport or back in your home country. Many of our trusted suppliers throughout Africa are able to arrange in-lodge/hotel COVID-19 tests, or transfer you safely to an authorised testing facility.

Travelling to Africa After Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

With travel restrictions and COVID-19 protocols easing by the minute, more and more African destinations no longer require fully vaccinated visitors to undergo PCR testing prior to departure or on arrival. Find out which other routine vaccinations are needed for Africa here.

Hear from our clients who've recently been on safaris as they share their experiences of the COVID-secure precautions in place. Or have a look at our detailed breakdown of COVID-19 safari protocols at specific camps and lodges throughout Africa.

African Countries Open for Travel

Botswana

Botswana

UK Air Bridge Approved Since 12 December 2020

Botswana started a phased reopening of international borders from 9 November 2020.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result on arrival. Presentation of a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate is required. 'Fully vaccinated' means having received a primary series of COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Travellers who are not fully vaccinated must present a printed original test certificate of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result not older than 72 hours from time of testing, and undergo a PCR test at their own cost on arrival.
  • All travellers under 12 years old are exempt from vaccination and COVID-19 testing requirements.
  • Undergo health screening for COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Complete a traveler locator form (handed out on the airplane or on arrival) with accurate contact information while in Botswana so that the local Health Authority can contact you, if necessary, within 14 days.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

Travellers departing Botswana are not required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours of departure, unless your airline, destination or transit point requires it.

Testing can be done at any of the country's testing facilities, or:

  • Option 1: Arrange in-camp testing – a qualified practitioner is flown to your camp or lodge to conduct a PCR test. This has to be booked 36 hours in advance, online bookings are essential, and a minimum of two guests is required. Guests are liable for all costs.
  • Option 2: Do the PCR test in Maun, Kasane or Gabarone Airports – bookings are essential. Your Africa Safari Expert can arrange this for you. Test results are available within 24 hours.

Do you have questions about a Botswana safari?

Congo

Congo

The Republic of the Congo has reopened its borders and airports for international visitors.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All travellers older than 11 years must provide negative COVID-19 test results conducted within 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • Health screening and temperature checks.
  • PCR tests are required on arrival at Brazzavile Airport at a cost of USD 70. It's recommended to pay the exact amount in cash.

Mandatory quarantine

  • No

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • All travellers older than 11 years must provide negative COVID-19 test results conducted within 72 hours prior to departure.

Do you have questions about a Congo safari?

Kenya

Kenya

Approved & Recognised User of the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Safety Stamp

On 6 July 2020, Kenya announced that local air travel will resume operations from 15 July 2020 and that international travel will resume from 1 August 2020.

All travellers to Kenya must be fully vaccinated unless they meet the following exemption criteria:

  • Medical conditions precluding vaccination – travellers are required to provide a letter from a recognised medical practitioner detailing the medical reason precluding vaccination.
  • Recovered from an active COVID-19 infection or received convalescent plasma in the preceding 90 days – travellers are required to provide a letter from a recognised medical practitioner showing that the person may have recovered from an active infection in the preceding 90 days.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Fully vaccinated travellers are exempt from PCR testing.
  • Unvaccinated travellers (older than 5 years) who meet the above exemption criteria are required to present a negative result for a valid PCR test conducted within 72 hours before departure for Kenya.
  • Unvaccinated travellers who meet the above exemption criteria are required to undergo rapid antigen testing on arrival at a cost of USD 30. Any positive results will require a further PCR test at a cost of USD 50, and self isolation.
  • There will be no paper verification of COVID-19 test results and vaccination certificates upon arrival in Kenya. All travellers must upload both documents to the Global Haven platform before boarding an airplane.
  • All passengers (including those in transit) must complete the Travellers Health Surveillance Form once you have your seat number from the airline. This will provide you with a QR code required for entry. We recommend you also print out a copy of the form in advance to expedite the process on arrival.
  • All travellers will be expected to fill in the passenger locator form on the 'jitenge' platform.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • All travellers are required to have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
  • PCR tests are not required unless specified by the airline or final destination.

Curious to know more about going to Kenya on safari during COVID-19?

We've been fortunate to have had a few of our clients and staff go on safari over the past few months, and they've been kind enough to share first-hand accounts of their recent Kenya safari experiences.

Do you have questions about a Kenya safari?

Madagascar

Madagascar

Madagascar announced that the island of Nosy Be will reopen for international travel on 1 October 2020. Flights from Reunion and Mauritius resumed on 23 October 2021, flights from Europe recommenced on 6 November 2021, and regional flights have restarted.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All travellers are required to present a negative result for a PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure.
  • All arriving travellers are required to undergo an Antigen test at a cost of USD 20. If the result is positive, the traveller will be required to quarantine for 7 days at a dedicated facility at their own cost.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required, unless a traveller tests positive after the Antigen test on arrival. A quarantine for 7 days at a dedicated facility at their own cost is then required.

Do you have questions about a trip to Madagascar?

Malawi

Malawi

Malawi is open for international travel.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders (visas cannot be obtained on arrival)

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • From 1 June 2022, fully vaccinated travellers with a digital COVID-19 vaccination certificate are no longer required to take a PCR test before departure.
  • All unvaccinated travellers older than one year are required to take a PCR test within 72 hours of arriving in Malawi, and have it authorised by the Trusted Travel Framework. Before arriving in Malawi, passengers are required to submit their COVID-19 test certificates to generate a Trusted Travel (TT) code. Visit PanaBios to create a TT account, upload PCR test certificates, and generate a TT code. You will also be required to provide your negative COVID-19 PCR test result on arrival in Malawi.
  • All unvaccinated passengers arriving without a valid negative PCR COVID-19 test certificate must take a Rapid Antigen Test at own cost. Those testing positive on the Rapid Antigen Test must take a PCR test at own cost and will be conveyed to the District Health System where they will be managed according to standard national protocols.

Mandatory quarantine

  • All unvaccinated passengers arriving without a valid negative PCR COVID-19 test certificate must take a Rapid Antigen Test at own cost. Those testing positive on the Rapid Antigen Test must take a PCR test at own cost and will be conveyed to the District Health System where they will be managed according to standard national protocols.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • Dependent your airline, destination or transit country regulations.

Do you have questions about a Malawi safari?

Mauritius

Mauritius

Approved & Recognised User of the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Safety Stamp

As from 1 July 2022, Mauritius is open to all visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Travellers are no longer required to undergo COVID-19 tests or self-isolate upon entering the country.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is a member of the Airport Health Accreditation Programme by Airports Council International (ACI).

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Complete the All-in-One Travel Form before departure.
  • Undergo temperature check on arrival.
  • Travellers are required to wear face masks at the airport or ports.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Do you have questions about a trip to Mauritius?

Mozambique

Mozambique

Mozambique's borders are open for international travel and flights have been approved from Portugal, Turkey, Qatar, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa. Land borders are also open for self-drive travellers. Maputo International Airport is a member of the Airport Health Accreditation Programme by Airports Council International (ACI).

As of 28 October 2021, Mozambique has a curfew in place in all cities and towns from 00:00 to 04:00.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All unvaccinated travellers older than 11 years are required to produce a negative result for a PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to take a PCR test prior to travelling.
  • COVID-19 testing may be required on arrival at your own expense.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required unless you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test certificate, test positive for COVID-19 on arrival, or were in contact with someone who has COVID-19. You will then be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

Do you have questions about a trip to Mozambique?

Considering a Safari but Cautious of Travelling?

See our updated COVID-19 T&Cs and our advice on safety:
Namibia

Namibia

UK Air Bridge Approved Since 12 December 2020

Namibia announced new implementation protocols that will guide the country's international tourism revival initiative. These protocols came into effect from 1 September 2020.

As of 1 August 2021, Namibia has lifted all travel restrictions between regions.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders, except MataMata.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to take a PCR test before arriving in Namibia, and must present a hard copy of their vaccination card.
  • All unvaccinated travellers older than 12 years must present a negative certificate (hard copy) for a PCR test that was carried out within 72 hours from the time taken to the time of arrival into Namibia. Before arriving in Namibia, all PCR test certificates must be uploaded to the Trusted Travel (TT) platform. Travellers with results from non-TT compliant labs must upload results to the Global Haven system. Only test results from the Trusted Travel platform or results that have been verified on the Global Haven system will be valid for entry. See a guide on how to use the Trusted Travel platform.
  • All travellers must complete the COVID-19 Surveillance Form before departing to Namibia.
  • Travellers are recommended to carry hard copies of all the above documents.
  • Undergo health screening and temperature testing.
  • Complete a short health questionnaire.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Unvaccinated travellers who arrive with PCR test results older than 72 hours and who are not in possession of a de-isolation certificate must take a PCR test at the port of entry, at their own cost. You will also be required to quarantine at own cost until the negative result is provided.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • A negative COVID-19 test certificate, conducted within 48 hours of departing Namibia, if your country of origin requires it.

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Do you have questions about a Namibia safari?

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Rwanda

Rwanda

Approved & Recognised User of the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Safety Stamp

Tourism activities across the country resumed from 17 June 2020 and Rwanda's airports reopened for scheduled commercial flights on 1 August 2020.

Kigali International Airport is a member of the Airport Health Accreditation Programme by Airports Council International (ACI).

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Arriving passengers into Kigali International Airport must present a negative result for a rapid test taken within 72 hours prior to first departure, except accompanied children under 5 years.
  • All tourists older than 5 years who are visiting national parks in Rwanda must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 24 hours of arrival. A PCR test is required for those visiting primates at Volcanoes, Nyungwe and Gishwati-Mukura National Parks. Rapid Antigen tests are required for those visiting Akagera National Park, and all other activities.
  • All visitors entering via land borders may be required to take random COVID-19 tests.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • Dependent on your final destination, airline or transit point.

Do you have questions about a Rwanda safari?

São Tomé and Príncipe

São Tomé & Príncipe

São Tomé and Príncipe is open for international travel and visitors are advised to apply for a visa, if required, via the eVisa platform prior to arrival. If the eVisa platform is not working, visa requests should be sent to direccaosmf@gmail.com.

Travellers arriving without a visa are required to pay €20 in cash at São Tomé International Airport, even if the online application has been completed and paid for.

See more guidelines for travelling to São Tomé and Príncipe, including travelling between the islands.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • Fully vaccinated travellers are required to present a valid proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Unvaccinated travellers are required to present a negative result for an Antigen test taken within 48 hours of departure.
  • It is recommended to travel with at least one printed copy of your COVID-19 test result, in addition to a digital version.
  • When flying between the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe, neither a negative Antigen test nor a proof of vaccination is required.
  • Children younger than 11 years are not required to present Antigen test results, or proof of vaccination.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • The requirement for a PCR or Antigen test is determined by the country you are travelling to.

Do you have questions about a trip to São Tomé and Príncipe?

Seychelles

Seychelles

As of 13 September 2021, the Seychelles is open to all visitors from all countries, irrespective of their vaccination status. There is no restriction on movements upon entry into the Seychelles, but visitors are required to adhere to the COVID-19 public health measures in place.

Visitors must ensure that accommodation bookings are made only at licensed establishments or live-aboards that have been certified by the Seychelles Public Health Authority. See the list of certified establishments for visitors from countries allowed to travel to the Seychelles.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All travellers must book their stays in the Seychelles at any of the certified tourism accommodations, and provide proof of their bookings at immigration.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers are exempt from pre-travel PCR test requirements. A booster is required if more than 6 months have passed since primary series (2 doses typically) of vaccinations.
  • All unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travellers must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours, or a Rapid Antigen test at a certified laboratory within 24 hours of departure for the Seychelles.
  • Potential visitors who've tested positive for COVID-19 between 2 and 12 weeks prior to travel are also exempt from pre-travel COVID-19 testing, upon presentation of proof of infection and recovery.
  • All travellers must apply for Health Travel Authorization (HTA) and submit authenticated certificates of vaccination (if applicable), negative PCR test results, and flight and accommodation details within 72 hours of departure via this designated platform.
  • All arriving visitors are required to present a COVID vaccination certificate or negative PCR certificate (if unvaccinated), the HTA form, and proof of valid travel and health insurance to cover COVID-related quarantine, isolation and treatment.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • PCR testing is not required to depart the Seychelles. However, if your airline or final destination require it, PCR testing facilities are available on the islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.

Do you have questions about a trip to the Seychelles?

South Africa

South Africa

Cape Town is an Approved & Recognised User of the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Safety Stamp

South Africa announced on 22 June 2022 that all COVID-19 protocols are lifted for all travellers.

OR Tambo, King Shaka and Cape Town airports are members of the Airport Health Accreditation Programme by Airports Council International (ACI).

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders (partially)

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • None

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • Dependent on your airline, destination or transit point.

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Interested in finding out more about a South Africa safari during Coronavirus?

Our ethos is 'we know because we go', and travelling during COVID-19 is no exception. Some of our staff and clients who have travelled to the home of the Big 5 in recent months have been kind enough to share their first-hand experience of a South Africa safari during Coronavirus.

Hear what other international travellers had to say about their trips to Cape Town during COVID-19:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_8J9MeojhwE

Do you have questions about a South Africa safari?

Tanzania

Tanzania

Approved & Recognised User of the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Safety Stamp

The government of Tanzania announced on 18 May 2020 that it will lift the ban on international flights arriving and departing from the country.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All travellers (including children) are required to complete a Traveller's Health Surveillance Form, to be submitted within 24 hours before arrival in Tanzania. Upon submission, you will receive a Unique Health Code that will be requested during primary screening on arrival.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to take a PCR test before departure and must show a vaccination certificate with a QR code upon arrival. Vaccines must be approved for use by the Republic of Tanzania and the WHO. If your certificate does not have a QR code, it's recommended that you upload your vaccination details to Global Haven which will generate a QR code that you can download and print. US citizens can access their vaccination certificates and generate QR codes in VAMS.
  • Unvaccinated travellers older than 5 years must present a negative certificate for a PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival in Tanzania.
  • Travellers who were infected and recovered from COVID-19 are required to submit a proof of recovering from the disease, obtained from Authorised Medical personnel upon arrival in Tanzania.
  • Undergo enhanced screening for COVID-19 and complete a health form.
  • All travellers who have been in these countries in the preceding 14 days will be required to take Rapid Antigen Tests (USD 10 per traveller) at their points of entry. Travellers are advised to pay for the test online to avoid unnecessary queues on arrival. Payment can be done via an automatically generated control number that's obtained after completing the online Traveller's Health Surveillance Form.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on direct arrival in Zanzibar)

  • All travellers must complete and submit a Travellers Surveillance Form within 24 hours before arrival. Upon submission you will receive a Unique Health Code which will be requested during primary screening.
  • Travellers who are fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine and accompanying certificate (with QR code), no longer need to provide a PCR test upon arrival.
  • Unvaccinated travellers older than 5 years are required to take a PCR test within 72 hours of arrival.
  • Travellers who were infected and recovered from COVID-19 are required to submit a proof of recovery from the disease obtained from Authorised Medical personnel upon arrival.
  • The cost of a Rapid Antigen test on arrival in Zanzibar is USD 25. Travellers are advised to pay for COVID-19 rapid test online to avoid unnecessary queues.
  • All travellers who arrive in Zanzibar from COVID-19 high risk countries and visiting Tanzania mainland within 14 days from the date of arrival, will be required to present a negative Rapid Antigen Test certificate obtained during entry, otherwise you will be subjected to a Rapid Antigen Test at your point of entry in Tanzania.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required unless a traveller tests positive on arrival – isolation for 14 days is then required at an approved hotel, or until they test negative (RT-PCR test).

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • All departing travellers must adhere to COVID-19 requirements of their country of destination or conveyance to be used.

Curious about a Tanzania safari during COVID-19?

We've been fortunate enough to have some clients experience a Tanzania safari during this period, and they've shared their accounts of what it's like going on a Tanzania safari during COVID-19.

Do you have questions about a Tanzania safari?

Uganda

Uganda

Uganda released a tentative phased reopening schedule for all its land borders and the resumption of international passenger flights, effective 1 October 2020.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Countries allowed to travel to the destination

  • All

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All unvaccinated travellers older than 5 years are required to present a negative result for a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers do not require a PCR test prior to travelling.
  • Undergo temperature checks and health screening on arrival.
  • Wear masks, maintain a social distance of 1.5 metres (5 feet) where possible, and practice good personal hygiene.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure 

  • All unvaccinated travellers must have a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travel (72 hours begin on the day the sample is collected for testing). Children younger than 3 years are exempt if travelling with parents who have tested negative. You MUST indicate 'Travel' as the purpose of the test.

Curious about gorilla trekking but cautious of travelling?

If you're wondering what to expect when trekking during this period, you can find out more about what it's like to go gorilla trekking in Uganda during Coronavirus from our travellers' first-hand accounts.

Do you have questions about a Uganda safari?

Zambia

Zambia

Zambia is open to foreign nationals and issuing visitor visas upon entry into the country. Depending on your nationality, travellers can arrive without a visa, obtain a visa on arrival, or apply for an e-visa before travelling to Zambia – visit the Zambia Department of Immigration website for more info. Limited domestic flight schedules are operating twice-weekly between Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and Mfuwe International Airport, and between Kenneth Kaunda and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • As from 28 March 2022, all unvaccinated travellers older than 12 years are required to produce a negative result for a COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure.
  • As from 28 March 2022, all fully vaccinated travellers are no longer required to undergo PCR testing prior to departure for Zambia. 'Fully vaccinated' means a complete dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, e.g. first and second dose of a two-dose vaccine. Proof of vaccination is required.
  • Complete a Traveller Health Questionnaire from the Ministry of Health on board the flight before landing in Zambia.
  • Undergo temperature and symptom screening.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • Travellers will be screened and must meet all the COVID-19 entry requirements of the destination or transit country.

Do you have questions about a Zambia safari?

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe announced the reopening of the country's local tourism sector on 3 September 2020. Domestic flights resumed on 21 September 2020 with Air Zimbabwe and Fastjet, in advance of 1 October 2020: the reopening date of Zimbabwe's international airports.

As of 1 February 2022, the government instituted a curfew from 00:00 to 05:30. Inter-city and inter-provincial holiday travel, as well as visiting national parks and designated tourism facilities are allowed, but will be bound by the country's curfew hours. Visitors who are travelling between destinations are required to provide documentation of bookings at national parks and other designated tourism facilities.

Open for international travel via:

  • Airports
  • Land borders (Victoria Falls and Kazungula for fully vaccinated travellers only)

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols (pre-departure & on arrival)

  • All unvaccinated visitors older than 5 years are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate, obtained from a recognised facility within 48 hours of departure for Zimbabwe.
  • All vaccinated visitors are required to present a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
  • All travellers are required to complete this Track & Trace document.
  • Undergo health screening and temperature checks.
  • All travellers older than 5 years who arrive via the Kazungula and Victoria Falls land borders must produce proof of COVID-19 vaccinations, or a negative PCR test result no older than 48 hours.

Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on departure

  • Determined by the country you are travelling to or through, or the airline you are travelling with.

Mandatory quarantine

  • Not required.

Do you have questions about a Zimbabwe safari?

Ready to Start Planning Your Trip of a Lifetime?

Since 1998 we have successfully navigated various crises and global disruptions, and are committed to creating once in a lifetime trips while supporting conservation, communities and sustainability in Africa, now more than ever. Health and safety protocols are excellent throughout the continent: sanitiser stations, temperature checks, social distancing and the wearing of masks are standard practices. But the real beauty of Africa lies in its remote safari destinations, far away from any crowds.

If you feel ready and comfortable, Africa is ready for you. Get in touch with one of our Africa Safari Experts to help tailor-make a trip that's right for you: