Venturing into the unknown is always exciting!
Here is a list that will help guide you:
Make sure you have everything you require for entry into the country and to ensure a safe and comfortable stay in Southern Africa.
Below are links to Wikipedia on the 3 countries we visit;
The weather on the Garden Route in South Africa is not the hot dusty savannah or tropical heat you many expect, although mountain winds can be dry and warm even in mid winter. The weather is as variable as the topography itself and winter clothes can be worn in summer and vice-versa. During the winter rainfall months (mid-winter being around August), it can drop to below 0° Celsius in the evening with 15° to 21° during the day. All year round the evenings are often quite chilly, the summer months are hot and sunny, although summer rainfall can be quite high bringing cooler temperatures.
South Africa is a land of Colours and contrasts climatically, geophysically and politically.
All Southern African Development Countries that we visit that being South Africa, Namibia and Botswana afford tourists a 3-month entry visa! which is what you ask for on arrival in each country.
Very simple and easy!
Prescription drugs may go under different brand names in South Africa; if you are on medication of any kind, please make sure you bring the packet with you so a doctor can easily identify a similar or generic product.