South Africa’s borders are reopening tomorrow, on 1st of October 2020
South Africa’s borders are reopening tomorrow, on 1st of October 2020. Experience sunny Cape Town, with its beautiful scenery, diverse culture, food and nature. Stay in Blouberg, amazing kite and windsurfing destination. Neighbourhood also offers great restaurants, relaxed beach lifestyle and breathtaking views of the beaches, ocean iconic Table Mountain.
List of high risk countries that won’t be allowed to visit South Africa
South Africa will be open to many countries, but sadly leisure travelers from high-risk countries will not be permitted. High risk travelers are those who come from countries with higher numbers of Covid-19 infections and reported deaths compared to South Africa.
Currently the following countries are considered high-risk:
Trinidad and Tobago
The United States of America
The Virgin Islands
Countries between A – C on the alphabet are temporarily left off until the full final list is published. Government will update and review list on a regular basis, every two weeks.
Important entry requirements for South Africa and additional rules
- Travelers entering the Republic of South Africa must provide a negative Covid-19 test that has been obtained no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel or they will be required to quarantine at their own cost.
- International air travel is restricted to the OR Tambo International Airport, King Shaka International Airport and Cape Town International Airport
- Certain visa application services will resume from 1st of October