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Going from place to place in South Africa is a breeze due to various public means of transportation such as Domestic flights, Public Buses, Taxis, Trains, Car hires. Visitors are to obey all South African road rules while driving and should drive carefully in urban areas, especially at night.
There are three numbers that all visitors to South Africa are to have on speed dial to enhance quick response to emergencies. These numbers are: Nationwide Emergency Response - 10111 which is for any emergency that requires police response and can be dialed from anywhere in South Africa, cell phone emergency - 112, and ambulance response - 10177.
South Africa is considered a year-round destination due to its varying regional climates and wildlife opportunities. The Cape has dry weather in its summer months (November - February) while the best time to visit for whale watching is between July and November.
No. It is possible to get high-quality meals in South Africa at low prices. A sit down lunch in an average restaurant will cost only about R60 and R130 per person.
International eateries such as McDonald's, KFC, Subway, Wimpy, Debonairs, Chicken Republic and Cinnabon can be found in prominent places around South Africa.
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