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Nhongo Safaris Terms & Conditions

Nhongo Safaris Booking Terms and Conditions – Feb 2023.

Please read through these booking conditions carefully. By making a booking with Nhongo Safaris and proceeding with making payment, you acknowledge that you have read and understood these terms and agree to them in full.

Provisional booking
All bookings made by us will be considered provisional until availability has been confirmed and the required first payment has been received. Should your requested safari or the preferred accommodation or travel dates be unavailable at the time of confirming your booking, we will try to find a suitable similar alternative for you. A rate amendment may result from such an alternative.

Rates amendments
Nhongo Safaris reserves the right to amend the quoted rate in the event of preferred accommodation being unavailable, fluctuations in exchange rate, or unforeseen price increases by third party suppliers like the South African National Parks Board, accommodation providers or the government. Minor changes will usually be absorbed by us and it is always our aim to honour the quoted rate and avoid any unfor-seen price adjustments.

Your contract and financial protection
If you prefer to pay in ZAR into our SA bank account or credit card payment facility, you will be contracting with Nhongo Safaris PTY) LTD which is subject to South African consumer protection laws and travel regulations. Our South African office is a member of SATSA and carries financial protection through the SATSA bonding scheme. Both companies are covered by extensive public liability and passenger liability insurance, underwritten by Lloyd's of London.

First Advance Payment
For bookings made more than 7 weeks in advance, a first payment of 50% of the full price is required (Mobilization Fee) at the time of making your booking is a "non-refundable" fee for services rendered and costs incurred by us in planning, researching, preparing and arranging your trip, before departure.

The rest of the first advance payment is used to pay deposits to suppliers in order for us to secure availability and confirm reservations made on your behalf. On some bookings involving certain suppliers, a larger deposit than 50% may be required as first advance payment. Certain suppliers may require a 50% or even 60% advance deposit amount. Please be advised that we may only be given a voucher for travel later.

The "deposit payment" does not form part of the final price of the safari.


Balance Payment
Unless instructed otherwise, the balance is payable at least 8 weeks (60 days) prior to departure. Certain suppliers (such as SANParks) need to be paid in full 45 days prior to departure. Some suppliers request full payment from us 60 days prior to departure, in which case you will be asked to pay your balance 65 days before the travel date. If you are booking within 7 weeks of departure, the full price will be payable at the time of making your booking. Failure to pay your balance may result in your booking being cancelled and the first payment forfeited. All transaction fees, including wire transfer costs, cash deposit fees, foreign exchange conversion fees and bank routing fees are for your account. The full quoted amount needs to clear into our account. If you pay by credit card, we absorb the credit card fees and no credit card surcharge will be added.

Cancellation Policy
Should you need to cancel your booking or any part of it for any reason (other than COVID-19), the following minimum cancellation fees will apply, regardless of the reason for cancellation:
Cancellation 61 days or more prior to departure - 15% if the full price has been paid 
Cancellation 60 days to 46 days prior to departure - 30% if the full price has been paid
Cancellation 45 days to 15 days prior to departure – 70% if the full price has been paid
Cancellation 30 days or less prior to departure - 100% if the full price has been paid

Third party cancellation fees
Third parties that we have contracted with, confirmed with or paid already (any lodge, hotel, or other supplier) may have higher cancellation penalties, in which case the third party’s cancellation policy will supersede our own and their additional cancellation fee will be added to our own.

Force majeure / vis maior
In the case of any force majeure / vis maior event such as war, a pandemic, a natural disaster or any other unforeseen event that makes it impossible for us to fulfill our obligations toward you, our priority will be to reschedule or postpone your trip without penalty (subject to possible supplier cancellation penalties). If postponement is not possible, you will be asked to claim the full cost of your trip from travel insurance. If your travel insurance claim is rejected, Nhongo Safaris will refund to you whatever money we were able to secure in refunds from suppliers, up to a maximum of 85% of the total trip cost. The non-refundable 15% portion will not be refunded and covers services rendered and costs already incurred by us in the process of planning and arranging your trip. This non-refundable portion should be claimed from your travel insurance.

Risk of loss
Nhongo Safaris,  will not absorb any losses on your behalf due to third party cancellation fees or supplier failures. Your travel plans are made entirely at your own risk and Nhongo Safaris will not accept responsibility for any supplier failures, missed flights, problems with visas or travel documents, flight cancellations, delays, lost baggage, transport or traffic delays, bad weather, illness or medical problems, family matters or bereavement, pandemics or disease outbreaks, natural disasters, or any other circumstances that may necessitate cancellation or amendments to your travel plans, whether they occur before or during your trip. Please ensure you purchase comprehensive travel insurance with adequate cancellation and curtailment cover for any eventuality.

Changes to confirmed bookings
Changes to confirmed bookings can be requested but they may result in a rate amendment (e.g. a change of dates may result in a change of rates). Changes will only be made if the change is possible and does not inconvenience other clients.

Changes made by us
Every effort will be made to provide the accommodation, services and activities as described and quoted to you. In the unlikely event that unforeseen circumstances necessitate a change in the program, we will notify you as soon as is reasonably possible and discuss suitable alternatives with you. We cannot be held responsible for adverse weather conditions, traffic problems, vehicle breakdowns, supplier issues or any other unforeseen circumstances that may lead to itinerary changes or the cancellation of certain activities. We reserve the right to change accommodation, vehicles, transport, meals and other program details as conditions dictate, only if absolutely necessary and unavoidable. We commit to acting in your best interest and will always aim to offer an alternative of similar value should any changes be necessary.

Refund policy
Our refund policy is subject to our cancellation policy and the cancellation policy of third party suppliers. When a refund is requested, in particular where Nhongo safaris  was not at fault, our approach will follow a set order of priorities to find a win-win solution:

1. Reschedule or postpone. We will attempt to reschedule the activity or postpone your trip to a mutually agreed date. This will minimize losses to all parties.
2. If rescheduling or postponement is not possible, you will first be asked to claim from travel insurance. It is imperative that you have comprehensive travel insurance in place to limit your risk of loss. No refund will be made if a valid travel insurance claim can cover the loss. If you fail to purchase comprehensive travel insurance with sufficient cover, that risk will not be carried by Nhongo Safaris  and no refunds will be paid to any customer who fails to purchase adequate travel insurance before their trip.
3. If your travel insurance claim is denied or falls short of covering your loss, we will refund whatever net amount we manage to get refunded from suppliers, subject to our cancellation policy, and less 5% admin fees to cover our transaction costs. We cannot and will not refund money we do not have because it has been paid to suppliers on your behalf.

Certain activities on your itinerary may be weather dependent, and might have to be cancelled if the weather is not suitable, or for another reason. If it is possible to reschedule the activity to another day on your itinerary, we will try that first (in partnership with the supplier of the activity). Normally there will be no additional cost to reschedule to another day, unless there are price differences outside of our control such as a change to high season rates by the supplier.

• If it is not possible to reschedule, we will attempt to secure a refund or partial refund from the supplier or third party operator, on your behalf.
• If the supplier does not offer a refund, we will not be able to offer you any refund either.. They expect you to come back on a different day, but this is not always possible. Your only recourse in this case is to claim from travel insurance.
• For those suppliers where we are able to secure a full or partial refund, we will refund to you whatever net amount we were able to secure from the supplier, less 5% admin fees to cover our transaction costs. Please be aware upfront that you will not receive a full refund for any cancelled activity. Any losses incurred as a result of such cancellation will have to be claimed from travel insurance.
• For missed flights or transfers, late arrivals or no-shows, and last-minute cancellations or amendments requested by you, no refund will be made. Please ensure that you have comprehensive travel insurance in place with minimal excess and sufficient cancellation and curtailment cover.
• Refunds can only be made in the currency you paid, back to the same credit card that you paid with. Refunds by bank transfer will only be done if the trip was paid for by bank transfer, and transaction costs may be deducted by our bank as well as your bank. Fluctuations in exchange rate may cause the amount you receive in your currency to be less than you expected, or what you originally paid. The credit card merchant fee we pay to the bank or credit card company is never refunded. This is why a 5% admin fee will be deducted from all refund amounts, to cover our transaction costs.

Excluded items and spending money
Please take careful note of what is included and what is excluded from the price. Your quote and booking confirmation will clearly stipulate which items are included and excluded in the price. There are no hidden fees. Unless otherwise stated, items that are normally excluded are your international flights, airport taxes, visas and border crossing costs, certain meals, alcoholic drinks, personal expenses, gratuities, optinal extras. Please ensure that you have enough spending money in cash to pay for these items as needed. Payment for optional extras can be made in cash or in some cases by credit card. Credit cards are accepted widely but not everywhere. Foreign currency can readily be exchanged at the airport and in most banks, but it is better and safer to buy foreign currency in advance, before you depart. USD is accepted almost everywhere. Tipping is optional and will be left to your own discretion. It is customary to tip the guide if you received good service, but not compulsory. Your booking confirmation and safari info sheet will contain guidelines and more details.

All clients are required to arrange their own all-risk comprehensive travel insurance and medical emergency insurance. This usually has to be purchased within 48 hours after making your first advance payment. We advise you to take note of the details of your insurance policy to ensure that it covers any eventuality and that the limits for cancellation or curtailment are sufficient. The better insurance companies allow you to purchase “cancel for any reason” cover as an extension on the standard policy, which we recommend taking. It covers up to 75% of your trip costs. Some policies may also allow you to add optional extensions such as COVID-19 cover, supplier failure cover or force majeure cover. We recommend purchasing these extensions. Please add your insurance details on the booking form. The free Travel Insurance that comes bundled with many credit cards is NOT SUFFICIENT to cover a trip to Africa and usually has very limited cover. Please purchase the necessary upgrades or extensions to your standard included travel insurance policy. Failure to purchase comprehensive travel insurance and medical emergency/repatriation cover exposes you and us to unnecessary risk of loss, and you hereby agree to carry all the risk yourself and waive your right to any refunds or compensation that would ordinarily have been covered by travel insurance. Kindly note that NO refunds will be paid to any customer who fails to purchase adequate, comprehensive travel insurance. For your peace of mind, Nhongo Safaris is covered by extensive public liability, passenger liability and bonding insurance (financial failure insurance).

Health requirements
No compulsory vaccinations are required for travel to South Africa, but if you plan to visit other destinations in Africa as well, please consult with your travel clinic or doctor regarding vaccinations. For example, a Yellow Fever vaccine may be required to enter South Africa if you have travelled to countries where Yellow Fever occurs.. We recommend that you take anti-malaria tablets as prescribed by your doctor, pharmacist or travel clinic. If you suffer from any medical conditions that may affect you or your participation on this tour, please inform us about this on your booking form. You are responsible for bringing any prescription medication you may need. We accept no responsibility for any medical conditions, illnesses or related incidents that may occur during your safari, even if we have been fully informed about your condition.

Dietary requirements
It is up to you to inform us in advance of your dietary requirements, food allergies or any foods you don't eat. We try our best to cater to everyone's dietary requirements but we rely on the information you provide in advance, so we can be as prepared as possible. We take no responsibility for special dietary requests if we have not been informed in advance. In remote bush locations, it may not always be possible to cater to very strict alternative diets.

Nhongo Safaris and its staff accept no liability or responsibility for any damage, injury or loss of any kind whatsoever, including but not limited to death, trauma, disability, injury, illness, property theft or damage, financial loss, emotional trauma, missed flights, denied boarding, missed accommodation, cancellation or curtailment of your safari or any other incident as may arise before or during or after your safari. By booking your safari you agree that you are aware of the inherent risks associated with travel and you further agree to indemnify Nhongo Safaris  from any claim or liability which may result from any kind of loss, injury, illness or accident which may occur before, during or after or as a result of your tour, or as a result of a pandemic or natural disaster or other unforeseen event. You are participating on this tour entirely at your own risk. Please ensure you have adequate health insurance and comprehensive travel insurance in place to cover any eventuality.

Travel documents
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have all your necessary travel documents, including passport (valid for at least 6 months beyond date of safari with at least 2 blank pages), visas (apply well in advance if you need a visa), spending money, flight tickets,, and insurance policy. Visa policies may change at short notice and it is the traveller’s responsibility to check visa requirements. Please note that an unabridged birth certificate may be needed for South African children under 18 (see below). Passports and visas need to be applied for well in advance,. Nhongo safaris accepts no responsibility or liability if you fail to obtain the correct travel documents for your trip. Please read your booking confirmation document carefully and bring it along on your safari.

Requirements for children
If you are travelling with a child under 18 on a South African passport, please be aware that they will need an unabridged birth certificate (full birth certificate showing details of both parents). Please apply for this in advance if you don't have their unabridged birth certificate. For children travelling on foreign passports, no birth certificate is necessary (the regulation was scrapped in November 2019). In addition, for South African passport holders, a minor travelling with only one parent will need written consent from the other parent in the form of an affidavit, or a court order granting full custody, or a valid death certificate. Adopted children require official proof of adoption.

You are expected to act within the confines of the law and take your fellow travellers into consideration. If you behave in such a way as to endanger our staff or other passengers or cause damage to property, we reserve the right to terminate your safari without further liability.

We will discuss your expectations with you in the process of booking and conducting your safari, and will strive to meet them as far as is realistically possible, but we make no guarantees with regard to expected weather, game viewing or animal sightings, exact travel times, or any other unpredictable factors that may affect your expectations or safari experience. At third party suppliers like safari lodges or hotels, we usually have no control over the exact room or guide assigned to you. The lodge management is responsible for these choices. We are proud of our excellent reputation and will do our best to offer you the best possible experience.


Nhongo Safaris verpflichtet sich, die Privatsphäre unserer Besucher und Kunden zu respektieren und ihre Daten zu schützen. Wir sind bestrebt, das Gesetz zum Schutz personenbezogener Daten (POPI), die Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO) und die Datenschutz- und elektronischen Kommunikationsvorschriften (PECR) einzuhalten. Wir werden niemals Informationen über unsere Kunden teilen, verkaufen, handeln oder anderweitig weitergeben, es sei denn, dies ist gesetzlich vorgeschrieben.



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Persönliche Daten

Wir erhalten nur personenbezogene Daten, die uns unsere Kunden freiwillig zur Verfügung stellen. Ohne die Einwilligung des Nutzers werden keine personenbezogenen Daten erhoben. Nhongo Safaris speichert alle persönlichen Informationen und E-Mail-Adressen, die Sie über unser Online-Buchungsformular erhalten, sicher und verwendet diese Informationen ausschließlich zum Zweck der Organisation von Touren, Reservierungen und der direkten Kommunikation mit unseren Kunden.


Zustimmung zum Erhalt von Mitteilungen

Das Senden einer Anfrage direkt per E-Mail oder das Ausfüllen unseres Online-Anfrageformulars gilt als bestätigende Handlung, die die Absicht und den Wunsch des Benutzers signalisiert, von uns kontaktiert zu werden. Üblicherweise erfolgt die Unternehmenskommunikation per E-Mail oder Telefon und kann allgemeine Informationen, Angebote, Vorschläge, Marketingmaterial oder gelegentliche Newsletter umfassen. Der Benutzer kann den Erhalt weiterer Mitteilungen von uns ablehnen, indem er sich einfach abmeldet. Ohne die ausdrückliche Erlaubnis einer Person werden wir sie nicht kontaktieren.


Die Newsletter-Anmeldeschaltfläche auf unserer Website kann auch von Benutzern verwendet werden, um sich für unsere Mailingliste anzumelden. Ein Drittanbieter von Mailinglisten stellt uns eine sichere, seriöse Mailingliste für unsere wöchentlichen Newsletter zur Verfügung. Die Schaltfläche zum Abbestellen ist in allen E-Mail-Newslettern verfügbar, wenn ein Benutzer keine weiteren Newsletter von uns erhalten möchte. Unabhängig von seiner Form lehnen wir Spam ab.


Wir kommunizieren mit unseren Kunden hauptsächlich per E-Mail. Wir erinnern die Benutzer daran, dass E-Mail im Allgemeinen kein sicheres Kommunikationsmittel ist. E-Mails können von Dritten abgefangen werden. Das Versenden sensibler Informationen per E-Mail erfolgt auf Risiko des Kunden. Ein seriöser Drittanbieter hostet unsere E-Mail-Server sicher.



Bei der Organisation von Touren und Reservierungen arbeiten wir möglicherweise mit Drittanbietern (z. B. Unterkünften) zusammen und müssen diesen Anbietern die persönlichen Daten des Kunden zur Verfügung stellen, die für den Abschluss solcher Reservierungen erforderlich sind. Die Informationen können unter anderem den vollständigen Vor- und Nachnamen des Kunden, das Land des Wohnsitzes, die E-Mail-Adresse und das Geburtsdatum enthalten. Es wird davon ausgegangen, dass der Kunde mit der Buchung bei Nhongo Safaris seine ausdrückliche Zustimmung zu einer solchen unvermeidlichen Weitergabe von Informationen an diese Dritten zum Zwecke der Autorisierung von Reservierungen in ihrem Namen anerkennt. Bei jedem Vorfall, der unbefugtes Hacken, Abfangen oder Verstöße oder unbeabsichtigtes Durchsickern personenbezogener Daten durch Dritte beinhaltet, lehnt Nhongo Safaris jegliche Verantwortung für solche Ereignisse ab.



Mit Thawte gesicherte Server von Drittanbietern werden verwendet, um Kreditkartenzahlungen in Echtzeit zu verarbeiten. Details von Kreditkarten werden von uns niemals eingesehen oder gespeichert. Die Verwendung sicherer Kommunikationswege gewährleistet höchste Vertraulichkeit bei Kreditkarten- und Bankgeschäften. Drittanbieter verarbeiten Online-Kreditkartentransaktionen in einer sicheren, PCI-DSS-konformen Umgebung. Bei Verdacht auf Rückbuchung oder Kreditkartenbetrug arbeiten wir eng mit den Banken und Behörden zusammen, die die Ermittlungen durchführen.


Dokumente und Papierkram

Wenn Sie bei uns buchen, müssen Kunden ein Buchungsformular ausfüllen. Dieses Buchungsformular erfasst alle notwendigen persönlichen Daten, die wir benötigen, wie Namen, Passnummern, Kontaktdaten, Informationen zu den nächsten Angehörigen, Flugdaten, Versicherungsinformationen und andere Details, die wir für die Durchführung der Tour oder Safari benötigen. Buchungsformulare erfassen keine Kreditkarteninformationen. Das unterschriebene Buchungsformular dient auch als Entschädigungsdokument und wird in unserem sicheren Cloud-Speicher im Ordner des Kunden gespeichert. Wie gesetzlich vorgeschrieben, werden Papierkopien von Entschädigungsformularen sicher aufbewahrt. Während der gesetzlich vorgeschriebenen Mindestfrist werden alle Unterlagen und Dokumente im Zusammenhang mit einem Kunden oder einer Buchung sicher aufbewahrt und aufbewahrt. Wir drucken nur das Nötigste und bewahren es sicher auf. Das Papier, das zur Entsorgung gedruckter sensibler Daten verwendet wird, wird von einem geprüften und ausgewiesenen leitenden Mitarbeiter mit einem Aktenvernichter geschreddert. Daten oder persönliche Informationen über Kunden werden mit aller Sorgfalt geschützt, die wir uns leisten können.


Zugang zu Informationen

Daten und Kundeninformationen sind für unbefugtes Personal nicht zugänglich. Der Kunde hat das Recht, zu sehen, welche personenbezogenen Daten wir über sein Konto gespeichert haben, und uns aufzufordern, alle Daten zu vernichten, die nicht gesetzlich aufbewahrt werden müssen.


Diejenigen, die Fragen oder Bedenken zu unserer Datenschutzrichtlinie oder dem Schutz personenbezogener Daten haben, können an unseren Direktor, Herrn Dean Cherry, unter der folgenden Postanschrift schreiben:


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Nhongo Safaris verpflichtet sich, alle Anstrengungen zu unternehmen, um sicherzustellen, dass seine Kommunikation für Personen mit besonderen Bedürfnissen zugänglich ist, einschließlich Personen mit Seh-, Hör-, kognitiven und motorischen Beeinträchtigungen.


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Leitbild & Einleitung Nachhaltigkeit

Mission Statement & Introduction Sustainability for Nhongo Safaris

NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) LTD commitment to sustainability is based on international guidelines and ensures that our businesses activities and services do not negatively impact the environment and the interests of our communities therein. We actively commit to a range of philanthropic activities that ensure the well-being of our natural and cultural resources.


This policy and guide have been designed to inspire and help lead us through different sustainability objectives within our operations and routines.


NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) Ltd is committed to protecting our environment, uplifting our people and promoting best practices, as well as working closely with suppliers and partners who share these ideals.


Corporate Responsibility: 


Realising that its continued success lies with the ability to play a leading role in the development of the travel and tourism industry and to support important industry initiatives.


Nature Conservation: 


Believing that by protecting Africa’s natural heritage, it will assist in sustaining destinations that will become increasingly attractive to foreign visitors whose needs will further stimulate job creation and local economies.


Corporate Social Investment:


Including socio-economic development contributions as defined by the BEE Codes of Good Practice, aimed at positively impacting society. 


Community Development:


Particularly in the field of job creation that rural community members, particularly women, may share in the success and growth of NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) LTD.


Skills Development:


Especially in the area of travel and tourism education, with a focus on developing skills at a grassroot level in an industry where quality consultants are becoming increasingly scarce.


Staff Engagement, Training & Communication: 


Key staff are engaged with the development and implementation of the sustainability management system and receive periodic guidance and training regarding their roles and responsibilities in its delivery. 

We continuously improve on creating awareness and developing a company culture of sustainability, to inspire behavioural change in recognition of our responsibilities 

Customer Experience: 


Customer satisfaction, including aspects of sustainability, is monitored and corrective action taken.


Exploitation and Harassment: 


NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) Ltd has implemented a policy against commercial, sexual or any other form of exploitation or harassment, particularly of children, adolescents, women, minorities and other vulnerable groups.


Local Entrepreneurship: 


NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) Ltd supports local entrepreneurs in the development and sale of sustainable products and services that are based on the area’s nature, history and culture.


Conserving Biodiversity, Ecosystems and Landscapes:


NHONGO SAFARIS (PTY) Ltd support partners and operators who comply with sustainable animal welfare practices and follow ethical recognized wildlife conservation regulations and stands, which do not put any guest or animal at risk.

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