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PRACTICAL SAFETY TIPS – South Africa Travel Guide
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Practical Safety Tips

Stay safe and enjoy a hassle free adventure with these safety tips and important information.

Avoid carrying large sums of cash

Never accept help from strangers at the ATM

Always park in well-lit areas with street guards at night

Keep at least two photocopies of all valuable documents in a safe place.

Save emergency contact numbers to your phone

Avoid carrying camera's in plan sight

Avoid walking in deserted and dark places at night

Support Responsible Giving. Don't give handouts to beggars and street children

  • All emergencies (Mobile Phone) 112
  • All emergencies (Landline) 107
  • South African Police 10111
  • Table Mountain National Park Emergencies: 0861 106 417
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