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Safety
Despite news reports about crime, South Africa is largely a safe place for international tourists. Visitor numbers are growing yet only a tiny percentage have any experience of crime. Nevertheless, the normal safety precautions should be exercised in South Africa as with anywhere else in the world.

Traveller safety tips include:
  • Do not draw attention to yourself by flaunting large amounts of cash or jewellery.
  • A camera round your neck identifies you as a tourist - carry it in a shoulder-bag.
  • Avoid dark, unlit places.
  • When returning to your hotel or motel late in the evening, use the main entrance.
  • Be observant and look around before entering car parks.
  • Park in well lit areas and never pick up strangers.
  • Ensure that car doors are kept locked at all times.
  • Do not leave packages or personal items on the seat of the car, put them in the boot.
  • Plan your route in advance be informed and use maps.
  • Close the door securely when you are in your hotel room and use all the locking devices provided.
  • Put valuables in the hotel safety deposit boxes.
  • Do not needlessly display guest room keys in public or carelessly leave them on restaurant tables, at the swimming pool, or other places where they can be easily stolen.
  • Always keep your baggage or handbag close at hand and never leave items unattended.
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