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Legal Matters



Antares Bush Camp & Safaris requires all guests to sign an Indemnity form on arrival.


The camp adheres to the rules and regulations laid down by reserve management and all our guests are expected to also abide by these. Guests are not permitted to conduct self drive safaris within the reserve and are required to be accompanied by our guide on any guided activity.


Lodge Indemnity


This seal of approval certifies that the bearer holds insurance issued by SATIB Insurance Brokers and certain Lloyd’s of London Underwriters, which comply with the European Community Directive (90/314/EEC) and carries the following cover levels:

Passenger Liability – ZAR100 million / incident / occurance

Public Liability – ZAR10 million / incident / occurance

Professional Indemnity – ZAR2 million / incident / occurance

Endorsed by the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA).
*Subject to Terms & Conditions as set out in the relevant policy documents.

SATIB24 Crisis Call is a 24 hour emergency call service that manages guest related accidents and incidents.
Typical examples of emergency incidents are:

an assault, rape, kidnap or other crime that threatens life or well being

an accident resulting in serious injury

the sudden onset of potentially serious illness

exposure to blood, poisons or other hazardous materials

a fire or other natural disaster

The emergency call will be answered by a trained wilderness medical doctor who will access the situation and activate the appropriate action to be taken. Note that this is a value-added service for which guests are not charged.


South African law now requires all companies to publish an “Access to Information Manual” on their websites:

Information Manual