FAQ


13. How much should I budget for everyday?

South Africa offers great value for money for visitors and you can survive on surprisingly little per day.

Food:

If your meals are not included in the project quote then the basic costs are:
Breakfast R30, Lunch R55 and Dinner R75

However restaurant options can be a lot higher than this depending on your tastes. An average good meal out will cost you around R140 for a main and dessert.

Some other approximate costs (vary between shops and places) you might need are R18 for a bottle of beer, R65 for a bottle of wine, R26 for a McDonalds meal, between R12 and R20 for sandwiches at a supermarket, R11 for a 500ml bottle of water, R10 for a soft drink.

Activities:

There are a wide range of activities on offer in the surrounding areas of at every project, from canoe trips & canopy tours boat rides and city tours. Budget between R100 – R300 for these.

Laundry:

If you are staying in a back packers the laundry is usually around R60 per load, if you are staying in a community village, it is always great to pay a local to wash your clothes for you and provide some income to their lives.

Internet access:

The average price for ½ hour on the net is R35.

Shopping:

Budget for some great curios, clothes, toys and food.
 

Back to Frequently Asked Questions.
 

FacebookSaville Foundation



    


    


    

Voluntours Book Now
        
Voluntours Book Now
        
Voluntours Book Now