Fancamps in South Africa

Ticket Exchange, Stadiums, Fancamps and Fanfests for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa

Re: World Cup in South Africa?

Postby berni23 » 15 Dec 2009 19:55

You can find information on the campsite in the Pretoria section.

Unfortunately informations on Fan Fests, Camps and Parks are really scarce, but we make them available as they come to our attention.

If you have any information on Fancamps or Fanfests please let us know.
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Re: Fancamps in South Africa

Postby Mr JT » 28 Dec 2009 19:28

Hi,
I'm flying out to SA in June. Does anyone know if there is an official taxi service for getting from Airport to hotel and hotel to game?

I have heard too many horror stories!

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Getting to 2010 Camp

Postby Martial » 12 Jan 2010 22:31

Can anyone suggest a cost effective way to get to the 2010 Fan Camp in Kruger?

We will be in Johannesburg and the weekly safaris start on each Sunday during World Cup.

We haven't found much info on how to travel to 2010 Camp other than fling in to the nearest airport which is called East Gate or Hoedspruit. The cost of flying is very expensive.

We don't have tickets yet and are still very flexible with our dates. All we know is that we will be in SA.

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Re: Fancamps in South Africa

Postby moris.green » 17 May 2010 08:58

Buddies, I am from Italy . I am also planning to go there . Anyone here from Italy? I just want a medium standard affordable hotel to stay there. Anyone have the relevant information?Will see you all there!





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Re: Don't travel by trains, use these internal flight operators

Postby thomsot82 » 29 May 2010 20:54

Internal flights are hassle free, reliable, quick and relatively cheap. Internal flight operators (budget) include the following:

Kulula airlines
One Time airlines (I have flown with them more than one time actually)
Mango airlines
South African Airways (still has some cheap flights - GBP50 one way to main cities)
British Airways (expensive)
Air Namibia

Just go to www.google.co.za and search for the specific airlines online booking website.

Also think about car hire, Bloemfontein, Rustenburg, Polokwane, Nelspruit and Durban are all within easy driving distance of Johannesburg on excellent roads.

The train network is not reliable nor particularly safe!
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