Released August 2nd, 2022:
Below is the latest information we have. We continue to monitor how countries, airlines, and travel suppliers adapt to travel restrictions and changes.
“We have good news! The travel and tourism industry is almost back to its 2019 peak, with a recovery rate of over 95%. The outlook for summer travel in 2023 is also looking quite positive, with only a 5% difference compared to pre-pandemic levels in 2019, when travel was at its highest.
South Africa is currently welcoming international travelers and Go Touch Down is operating at full capacity. Our schedule for 2023 is filling up fast, and we are almost fully booked. For those planning further ahead, we are now accepting reservations for 2024 and 2025. Our recent travelers have had an amazing experience with us, and we have received many positive reviews.”
~ Deon Barnard CEO
THE CURRENT STATUS:
South Africa: At the time of this document, no proof of Covid vaccination status or Covid testing is required to enter South Africa. See the SA webpage for updates – CLICK HERE.
Americans: Returning to the USA. Note that the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC), as of June 12th, 2022, will no longer require passengers entering the United States (including U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents) to present a negative Covid-19 test – CLICK HERE.
Canadians: Upon returning to Canada, using ArriveCAN is not required. For Canada travel updates, click on the link and note detailed updates and procedures – CLICK HERE.
Australians: From July 6th, 2022, Australians no longer need to provide Covid vaccination status or Covid testing when returning to Australia. Here is the Home Affairs link – CLICK HERE.
We will continue to work with all travelers scheduled to travel in months to come. We have options for travelers and encourage you to contact the office or email email@example.com.