Answers to most frequently asked questions to Africa Wild Truck
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Where is the AfricaWildTruck head quarter?
AfricaWildTruck is a Tour Operator registered in Malawi, with a license issued by the Ministry of Tourism. Our office is in Mulanje, southern Malawi. The offices are in Thyolo road, Nswadzi. Our address is: P.O. Box 42, Mulanje, Malawi, Central Africa. Our staff includes 13 people with permanent contracts: all reside in Malawi. Africa Wild Truck is considered an expert Tour Operator for Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya.
What are the payment methods accepted by Africa Wild Truck?
Payment methods accepted are different from AfricaWildTruck:
1) Via BANK TRANSFER. When booking we will send you all the details and the procedure for paying the account of AfricaWildTruck.
2) By credit card VISA. Directly to your arrival in Malawi, at the AfricaWildTruck offices.
3) Via PAYPAL account PAYPAL AfricaWildTruck.
4) In CASH, at your arrival in Malawi, at the AfricaWildTruck offices, which has a regular license and government authorization to accept any currency (€, US $, £, Rand, etc …) At the time of booking we will agree with the method you prefer.
American dollar are preferred to Euros because accepted almost everywhere, although now even the euro are known. Rarely we will find ATM machines to withdraw cash, but it is an option very convenient for those who have a Visa card with a PIN (usually 4 digits). It will be possible in the bank to change foreign currencies like euro or dollars into local currency. It is also good to know that small notes can be changed more easily. Remember that no one accepts banknotes of US dollars issued before 2006.
Your personal cell phone will have a good coverage not only in major cities, but in most of the places that we cross on the way. During our expeditions we will provide a satellite phone to allow you to make calls even when your phone does not have coverage. (Cost is 5 euro / min). Also, for those who wish, you can access a Wi-Fi connection to check your e-mail on the go or to stay connected with “home”. This is a new service that we have studied and which will ensure that, where we cover, we can download your emails and keep in touch through the Internet. The best solution is to buy a local sim card. Facebook is a great way to follow our adventures, the daily (or almost!) Official of Africa Wild Truck page: Live image from Africa, following this link: facebook.com/africawildtruck