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Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Namibia on UK Travel Corridor List

Tracey Campbell - November 20, 2020

Really good news! As of Saturday 21st November, UK travellers no longer need to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return from a holiday to Namibia. Namibia is a stunning country to visit and explore – the iconic sand dunes of Sossusvlei are a photographers dream; the wildlife of Etosha will delight first time safari […] Read More


South Africa To Open Borders from 1 October 2020

Paul Campbell - September 17, 2020

The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced the country will reopen its borders for international visitors on October 1, 2020. Speaking in a televised address yesterday evening (16th September), President Ramaphosa said “We are ready to open our doors again to the world and invite travellers to enjoy our mountains, our beaches, our vibrant […] Read More


Safari Travel In The Age Of Covid-19

Paul Campbell - August 13, 2020

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way we live, and travellers are having to adjust to the new protocols and procedures that have been put in place across the globe as international travel resumes. Many of the destinations that we work with are already open or about to open to international visitors again, and all properties […] Read More


Coronavirus Update

Paul Campbell - June 1, 2020

Travel Butlers has been working with clients, airlines, and partners across Africa to postpone and reschedule holidays affected by the coronavirus travel restrictions since governments around the world started to put their countries into lockdown in March. We are constantly monitoring the ever-changing situation as lockdowns are starting to be lifted, and whilst we have […] Read More


Seychelles and Mauritius are now free of Covid-19

Paul Campbell - May 22, 2020

The island paradise of Seychelles has become the second country in the Indian Ocean to become free of Covid-19. The nation of fewer than one hundred thousand inhabitants reported 11 cases in total, and the last infected patient has tested negative for a number of consecutive days and is now considered to be fully recovered […] Read More