Accommodation, Functions Venue and Spa in Midrand
A Little Paradise Guest House and Spa

Tourist Services at A Little Paradise

Tourist Services:

View details on Tourist Services.

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude = -25.963297

Longitude = 28.090394

Distances to the various Attractions:

Gallagher Estate - 6.5 kms

Kyalami Business Park - 3.5 kms

Kyalami Race Track - 4 kms

Eskom Conference Centre - 8 kms

Halfway House - 6 kms

Blue Valley Golf Estate - 4 kms

Development Bank of SA - 4 kms

Vodacom - 3.5 kms

Nearby Attractions:

Local:

Gallagher Estates and Conference Centre

Grand Central Airport

Corporate Business Park

Lipizzaner (Many Equestrian events)

International Business Gateway

Lory Park Zoo

Kyalami Country Club

Kyalami Office Park

Kyalami Race Track

Movies, theatres, restaurants (Too many to mention)

Monte Casino and Hotel Palazzo

Vodacom World of Golf

The Horse Society (THS) venue.

Richard Lorings Sound Stage

Rock 'n Roll Palace

Vodaworld.

Golf Courses (Closest Kyalami Country Club,

far too many to mention)

Virgin Active Gym.

Shopping Malls ( Fourways, Boulders, Menlin Etc.)

Nearby:

Johannesburg Zoo

Pretoria Zoo

Lesedi Cultural Village

Ngwenya Glass Village

Vilakazi Street, Soweto

Sterkfontein Caves

Cradle of Mankind.

Leisure Lakes Cable Water Ski.

Apartheid Museum

Transvaal Museum

Kruger Museum

Melrose House

Sammy Marks House

Smuts House

De Wildt Cheetah & Wildlife RC

The Elephant Sanctuary

Krugersdorp Game Reserve

The Lion Park

Visa Requirements: 

Every person seeking to enter South Africa must be in

possession of a valid passport for travel to South Africa

and, where necessary, a visa. Enquiries can be directed

to South African diplomatic representatives abroad or

the Department of Home Affairs in Pretoria.

Visitors who intend travelling to South Africa's

neighbouring countries and back into South Africa are

advised to apply for multiple entry visas. In terms of

existing arrangements, passport holders of certain

countries are exempt from visa requirements. Tourists

must satisfy immigration officers that they have the

means to support themselves during their stay, and that

they are in possession of return or onward air tickets.

They must also have valid international health certificates.

Upon reading the aforementioned factors, it can be

concluded that entering South Africa is not as hassle-free

as acquiring the Cheapest flights to Cape Town or other

location.

This is necessary to maintain the safety and welfare of its

citizenry and individuals who wish to visit this country.

Immunisations:

No international immunization is needed when entering South Africa.

The only inoculation requirement is a yellow fever vaccination certificate

from travellers over one year of age entering South Africa within six

days of leaving an infected country. Visitors who travel through or

disembark in these areas are advised to be inoculated against the

disease before visiting South Africa.

Malaria:

This disease is to the larger extent under control in South Africa.

Regions that are affected are the Northern Province and Mpumalanga,

northern Natal and Zululand. The risk of contracting the disease is

negligible provided that you take the standard precautions. Malaria

tablets, a good insect repellent particularly in the evening, long-sleeved

shirts and mosquito coils are advisable precautions.

Electricity:

220/230 volts AC at 50 cycles per second. Three pronged plugs are

universal, so take an adapter. Most hotel rooms have 110 volt outlets

for electric shavers and small appliances.

Currency:

One Rand (R) = 100 cents (c). Notes issued R200, R100, R50, R20, R10;

coins R5, R2, R1, 50c 20c, 10c, 5c, 2c, & 1c. Currency exchange rates are

available at banks and published daily in the press.

Postal Service:

Open Mon - Fri 08h00 - 16h30 & Sat 08h00 - 12h00. Mail may be

addressed to you Post Restante. The main post offices have special

counters for this purpose. Postage stamps are widely available (e.g. at

some cafes and branches of the Central News Agency - CNA).

Tipping:

Tipping is expected in South Africa. A guideline for visitors is the

following: Porters R2 per item, taxis 10%, waiters & waitresses in

restaurants 10 - 15%.

Traveller's Cheques:

Most international traveller's checks are accepted provided they are

in an acceptable currency and may be cashed at most banks. Many

hotels and shops also provide this service.

VAT Refunds:

Foreign tourists visiting South Africa can have their value-added tax

(VAT) refunded provided the value of the items purchased exceeds

R250. VAT is refunded on departure at the point of departure.

VAT of 14% is levied on nearly all goods and services. Foreign tourists

may claim back VAT paid on items that will be taken out of the country.

Original tax invoices, foreign passport, plus all the items on which a

refund is claimed, must be presented at the VAT refund administration

office or an appointed RSA customs and excise official on departure,

and the total VAT on these items will be refunded. Visitors will be

requested to fill out a VAT Refund Control Sheet (VAT 255). Where a

visitor does not export all the goods specified on a particular tax

invoice, only the value of the goods and the tax paid on such goods

exported must be declared on this form.

Driving:

Drive on the left and give way to traffic approaching from the right.

The general speed limit is 120km/h on open roads and 60km/h in

urban areas.

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Tourist Services at A Little Paradise

Tourist Services:

View details on Tourist Services.

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude = -25.963297

Longitude = 28.090394

Distances to the various Attractions:

Gallagher Estate - 6.5 kms

Kyalami Business Park - 3.5 kms

Kyalami Race Track - 4 kms

Eskom Conference Centre - 8 kms

Halfway House - 6 kms

Blue Valley Golf Estate - 4 kms

Development Bank of SA - 4 kms

Vodacom - 3.5 kms

Nearby Attractions:

Local:

Gallagher Estates and Conference Centre

Grand Central Airport

Corporate Business Park

Lipizzaner (Many Equestrian events)

International Business Gateway

Lory Park Zoo

Kyalami Country Club

Kyalami Office Park

Kyalami Race Track

Movies, theatres, restaurants (Too many to mention)

Monte Casino and Hotel Palazzo

Vodacom World of Golf

The Horse Society (THS) venue.

Richard Lorings Sound Stage

Rock 'n Roll Palace

Vodaworld.

Golf Courses (Closest Kyalami Country Club,

far too many to mention)

Virgin Active Gym.

Shopping Malls ( Fourways, Boulders, Menlin Etc.)

Nearby:

Johannesburg Zoo

Pretoria Zoo

Lesedi Cultural Village

Ngwenya Glass Village

Vilakazi Street, Soweto

Sterkfontein Caves

Cradle of Mankind.

Leisure Lakes Cable Water Ski.

Apartheid Museum

Transvaal Museum

Kruger Museum

Melrose House

Sammy Marks House

Smuts House

De Wildt Cheetah & Wildlife RC

The Elephant Sanctuary

Krugersdorp Game Reserve

The Lion Park

Visa Requirements: 

Every person seeking to enter South Africa must be in

possession of a valid passport for travel to South Africa

and, where necessary, a visa. Enquiries can be directed

to South African diplomatic representatives abroad or

the Department of Home Affairs in Pretoria.

Visitors who intend travelling to South Africa's

neighbouring countries and back into South Africa are

advised to apply for multiple entry visas. In terms of

existing arrangements, passport holders of certain

countries are exempt from visa requirements. Tourists

must satisfy immigration officers that they have the

means to support themselves during their stay, and that

they are in possession of return or onward air tickets.

They must also have valid international health certificates.

Upon reading the aforementioned factors, it can be

concluded that entering South Africa is not as hassle-free

as acquiring the Cheapest flights to Cape Town or other

location.

This is necessary to maintain the safety and welfare of its

citizenry and individuals who wish to visit this country.

Immunisations:

No international immunization is needed when entering South

Africa.

The only inoculation requirement is a yellow fever vaccination

certificate from travellers over one year of age entering South

Africa within six days of leaving an infected country. Visitors who

travel through or disembark in these areas are advised to be

inoculated against the disease before visiting South Africa.

Malaria:

This disease is to the larger extent under control in South Africa.

Regions that are affected are the Northern Province and

Mpumalanga,

northern Natal and Zululand. The risk of contracting the disease is

negligible provided that you take the standard precautions. Malaria

tablets, a good insect repellent particularly in the evening, long-

sleeved shirts and mosquito coils are advisable precautions.

Electricity:

220/230 volts AC at 50 cycles per second. Three pronged plugs are

universal, so take an adapter. Most hotel rooms have 110 volt

outlets for electric shavers and small appliances.

Currency:

One Rand (R) = 100 cents (c). Notes issued R200, R100, R50, R20,

R10; coins R5, R2, R1, 50c 20c, 10c, 5c, 2c, & 1c. Currency exchange

rates are available at banks and published daily in the press.

Postal Service:

Open Mon - Fri 08h00 - 16h30 & Sat 08h00 - 12h00. Mail may be

addressed to you Post Restante. The main post offices have special

counters for this purpose. Postage stamps are widely available

(e.g. at some cafes and branches of the Central News Agency - CNA).

Tipping:

Tipping is expected in South Africa. A guideline for visitors is the

following: Porters R2 per item, taxis 10%, waiters & waitresses in

restaurants 10 - 15%.

Traveller's Cheques:

Most international traveller's checks are accepted provided they are

in an acceptable currency and may be cashed at most banks. Many

hotels and shops also provide this service.

VAT Refunds:

Foreign tourists visiting South Africa can have their value-added tax

(VAT) refunded provided the value of the items purchased exceeds

R250. VAT is refunded on departure at the point of departure.

VAT of 14% is levied on nearly all goods and services. Foreign

tourists may claim back VAT paid on items that will be taken out of

the country.

Original tax invoices, foreign passport, plus all the items on which a

refund is claimed, must be presented at the VAT refund

administration office or an appointed RSA customs and excise

official on departure, and the total VAT on these items will be

refunded. Visitors will be requested to fill out a VAT Refund Control

Sheet (VAT 255). Where a visitor does not export all the goods

specified on a particular tax invoice, only the value of the goods

and the tax paid on such goods exported must be declared on

this form.

Driving:

Drive on the left and give way to traffic approaching from the right.

The general speed limit is 120km/h on open roads and 60km/h in

urban areas.