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Student Discounts

Students with a ISIC (International Student Identity Card) or ISE (International Student Exchange Card) can receive a 10% discount on selected tours 10 days or longer. Every penny counts!

Gap Year Student Travel Discounts

Whether on a South Africa Gap Year or just backpacking through Africa, it is advisable to get a student card. There are two types of cards, the international student identity card or the international student exchange card. These cards give you discount on all the important aspects of travel like public transport, backpacking activities, entrance to museums and even tours to remote parts of Africa. Student cards allow you access to over 32 000 places that offer discounts upon presentation of your card.

Student Travel

Getting a student card allows you to make the most of your gap year in South Africa and assures you don't spend over your budget. When you are backpacking or overlanding through Africa it is easy to lose track of your spending and you find that its all the little things that begin to add up! Save money with a student card and enjoy a hassle free gap year in Africa.

International Student Card

The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) and the International Student Exchange Card (ISE) are the only internationally accepted student ID cards.

If you have a student identity card and would like to use it on one of our tours then please contact us and we will tell you more about the student discounts as well as fill you in on the in's and out's of overlanding in Africa.


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