In all cases, a deposit must be paid to Dries Visser Safaris to confirm your booking
In order to complete your required deposit please contact our offices:
email@example.com or call +27 14 779 0644.
The rates and trophy fees will coincide with the Dries Visser Safaris price list for the year that you booked your safari.
A receipt of payment and confirmation of Safaris dates will be confirmed by e-mail.
Payments at the conclusion of your safari may be made in cash, cashier cheque, credit card or wire transfer (24 hours before departure).
Your account must be paid in full after your hunt and prior to departure from Dries Visser Safaris premises.
For your convenience, we accept Visa • Master Card • American Express
Please note there is a 3% service fee that will be added to any Visa, Master Card and American Express card payments.
Please make prior arrangements with your credit card company/bank regarding payments to Dries Visser Safaris. This must be done before your safari.
FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN YOUR BANK DECLINING THE TRANSACTION.
Trophy fees must be paid prior to departure from Dries Visser Safaris for ALL animals killed or wounded.
15% VAT (VALUE ADDED TAX) must be paid for all animals wounded or lost, not exportable and on all daily rates.
All clients and observers are required to sign a Dries Visser Safaris indemnity form before commencement of the safari; this will be attached to your hunting agreement.
What happens if I need to fill a prescription or see a doctor?
It would be best if you bring enough of your medication to last for the entire trip so we don’t take time out from important hunting activities. If you’re concerned about running out, have your doctor write a prescription for you and bring it along, it can be refilled. South Africa has excellent medical facilities and medical care.
What about special insurance coverage?
You may purchase several types of insurance for your safari. Baggage insurance, firearm or bow insurance, trip cancellation insurance, travel insurance and medical evacuation insurance are all areas to consider to make yourself more financially secure before you leave on your trip. Your travel agent can help you with trip cancellation, travel and medical evacuation.
What kind of personal items should I bring?
Still Camera, Video Camera, Battery Chargers, Tripod, Sunglasses, Binoculars, Flashlight and Batteries, 220 to 110 Voltage Converter and Adapter, Good Reading Material, Knife, Diary and Pen, Medical Prescriptions and Allergy Medication (if needed), Insect Repellent, Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm (with sunscreen), Personal Toiletries, Hat/Cap, Warm Jacket and Gloves, 4 Pairs of Clothing (daily laundry), Face Mask, Safety Belt, Rope, Camp Shoes, Walking Boots.