Travel Information FSS

Four seasons shooting holidays international travel information & Covid restrictions.

Pride is taken in everything we do making our clients transition from country of origin to hunting destination a pleasurable one.

We are a one-stop shop where you can still just pick up the phone and speak to one of our representatives directly to make a booking.

We will give you advice on the best airlines to use when taking a firearm on a plane.
Making flight reservations and ensuring you get the cheapest deals from the airline of your choice.


Visa Information

South Africa.

If you want to visit South Africa, you must produce a valid visa before you can enter into the country. Upon arrival, a visa will be issued for a visit for tourism or business purposes and is valid for a period of 90 days.

There are some countries that are exempted from visa control, which means that citizens from those countries do not need a visa to visit South Africa.

Please refer to the South African Government website for further information. MORE INFO

Flights & Transportation

UK clients will be flying from London to their destination country.

Virgin Atlantic currently charge from £65 each way for gun carriage. The luggage allowance is 23kgs for luggage and 10kgs for hand luggage. Any additional bags will be charged from £140 per bag each way. MORE INFO

South African Airways (currently not operating), 

British Airways-  have an additional £125 each way gun handling charge. The current luggage allowance is 23kgs and any additional bags will be charged from £70 up to £130 per bag on each leg of your journey. MORE INFO

All of these recommended airlines are experienced with transporting guns.

You must make the airline aware in advance that you are transporting guns. The airlines recommend that you allow at least 4 hours at Heathrow for the check-in of guns. The flights always depart in the evening, so you fly through the night, and this will give you the evening of the next day for shooting.

Booking Conditions

You will be advised on which flight to book by our staff but confirming the booking and payment to the airline is made by the customer. 

Please do not confirm any flights without firstly speaking to our reservations staff .

We will require the payment of all deposits at the time of confirmation. 

All deposits are non refundable.





Our guests will not be covered by our insurance whilst shooting in South Africa. We advise that all clients must have suitable personal medical insurance and third-party liability insurance for the duration of your stay during the safari. (BASC Insurance covers you for 60 days per year for shooting abroad).MORE INFO

Whilst we maintain all reasonable care for the safety of our clients and their property while on game bird shooting safari. We will accept no responsibility for cost incurred due to illness, accident, or loss of any nature. Here’s an option for independent health travel insurance. MORE INFO

Gun insurance is also recommended to cover for any eventualities. GunGuard is purely insurance for any repairs and breakages to your shotgun & firearms. MORE INFO

You can be assured, however, of our full assistance in the case of an unfortunate event. (Make sure you have travel and illness insurance).


Hunting at altitudes in South Africa is around 5,000 feet, The climate is very dry and in the early morning the temperature can be -10 degrees, but usually  from around 09:00 will be quite warm, and as the day goes on you will be wearing short-sleeved attire as it reaches 20-25 degrees by mid-day. It will get cold at night, so for the early morning Game bird shooting, we suggest cold weather clothing, however, wear several thin layers as it will soon warm up and you will need to remove some layers.


Frequently Asked Questions


Prices fluctuate depending on the time of year and school holiday’s


Option (A)£2’600   NO internal flights

Option (B) £2’800  Including internal Flights

Per person for 2022

Call Richard Mumford https: 07956 816146 and Richard will talk you through what to expect on a typical holiday package. 

Or click the button for more information and an information pack will be sent out to you immediately alternatively email Julie directly:

From the second week of March to the last week of August is when wingshooting enthusiasts travel to South Africa.
Rock pigeons: March and April.

Geese and ducks: May and June.

Upland game birds: July and August.

The trio combination of water birds Upland game birds and Rock pigeon shooting is August.