Travel Healthcare in partnership with GoodCare

Travel Healthcare in partnership with GoodCare

Travelers are faced with many health problems while traveling.

They not only have to cope with new culture and practices but also with different food, water, climate, altitude and other environmental hazards. Quite often the traveler's immunity does not match the foreign environment and travelers face the risk of illnesses. With the right help from experts, travelers can be well prepared to prevent these health risks.

Trave Health Matters

By providing travel health services, we’re helping travellers make the most of their journeys.

We understand and appreciate the value and necessity of business and leisure travel. Our goal is to ensure the wellbeing of all travellers  before they depart, and to keep them so, while they travel.



    Head Office

    5 Helene Avenue, Blackheath, Cape Town, South Africa
    Tel: (+27) 21 418 1843
    Tel: (+27) 21 554 7861
    Alternate Number:(+27) 21 905 6786
    Cell:(+27) 82 672 6786
    Whatsapp: (+27) 071 290 0165
    Fax: (+27) 86 519 5786

    Johannesburg Office

    Ground Floor, Fredman Towers, 13 Fredman Drive, Sandton
    Tel: (+27) 11 883 0029
    Mobile/Whatsapp: (+27) 61 430 1450

    Cape Town

    26A JDN House, 3rd Floor, Shortmarket Street, Cape Town, 8001
    Tel: (+27) 21 418 1843
    Tel: (+27) 21 554 7861
    Tel: (+27) 60 926 7626
    Corporate Consultant is Abdul Karriem Parker

    Visa Logistics

    Cape Town

    Landline: (+27) 021 418 1843
    Landline: (+27) 021 554 7861
    Alternate Number:: (+27) 21 905 6786
    Cell: (+27) 82 672 6786
    Whatsapp: (+27) 071 290 0165
    Fax: (+27) 86 519 5786


    Landline: (+27) 011 883 0029
    Mobile/Whatsapp: (+27) 61 430 1450

    GoodCare Travel Clinic

    Experienced and responsible healthcare professionals that offer expert medicine advice to assist people planning to visit various destinations of the world.

    With our expertise in travel and visas, our healthcare professionals will administer all required travel vaccines and provide you with tailored advice specific to the destination you will be visiting.

    Medicals are required for work permits & visas which can also be administered at our clinics.

    Rivonia Clinic

    • Address: One Visa World ,Rivonia Village, Second Floor, Regus Offices, Office 204, Cnr Mutual and Rivonia Boulevard, Rivonia
    • Contact person: Mary Theresa Ross
    • Contact details:+27 11 259 9084/ +27 67 766 7292


    Cape Town Clinic

    • Address: Shop 17 Grand Central Shopping Complex, Lower Plein St, CBD, Cape Town, 8001
    • Contact Person: Darren
    • Contact details: +27 68 016 3916/ +27 21 465 8799


    We at Visa Logistics strive to provide the best and most efficient services to meet your needs and deadlines. We carry out all queries and processes immediately but we cannot be held liable if third parties or issuing authorities delay the process or if they do not issue your documents before the intended date. We cannot be held liable for any losses incurred with regards to flights and accommodation if visas or other documents are not processed in time.

    Learn more about our Document Attestation Services

    Turkey Visa

    Do I need any vaccinations before going to Turkey?

    There are no mandatory vaccinations before traveling to Turkey.

    No. The validity period of your e-Visa begins from the date specified in your application. You can enter Turkey on any date within this period.

    No. Depending on which passport you hold. Some passport holders get single entry visas and others get Multiple-entry visas.

    You need a passport and visa to travel to Turkey. Passports should be valid for at least 90 days from the date of entry into Turkey. If you are traveling as a tourist, you can purchase a tourist visa at a Turkish Embassy or Consulate in the United States, or you can purchase a sticker visa at the Turkish airport or other port of entry for $20 (U.S.) cash. There is one exception: foreigners who are traveling to Turkey by cruise ship are allowed to enter Turkey without a visa for a maximum period of 72 hours, with the permission given by the local security authorities at the port of entry.

    Effective February 1, 2012, a new law took effect allowing a maximum stay of 90 days within a 180-day period. The new regulation will not make any changes to the visa requirements for travel to Turkey, but it will affect how long U.S. citizens can remain in Turkey. If you are planning to stay in Turkey for more than 90 days within a 180-day period, you must get a Turkish residence permit. U.S. citizens who enter Turkey with a tourist visa and who wish to stay in Turkey for tourism purposes for longer than 90 days are now able to get a residence permit for tourism purposes for a maximum period of six months. This will allow U.S. citizens to stay in Turkey for tourism purposes for up to a total of nine months.

    In order to obtain a tourist residence permit or any other class of residence permit, please contact the nearest Foreigners Police office in Turkey. The U.S. Embassy strongly urges U.S Citizens to not overstay their visas and to maintain valid residence permits at all times. Turkish authorities do enforce the laws, including those stipulating fines, deportation, and bans on future travel to Turkey for people who overstay their visas or do not maintain valid residence permits.

    Foreigners who have overstayed their visas, residence permits, or visa-exempt periods and are subject to a fine can also benefit from the residence permit procedure as long as they pay the related fines.

    Turkey practices safe sanitation standards & tap water is suitable for bathing & regular tasks such as brushing teeth. However, as it is heavily chlorinated (especially in summer) it is advisable to drink bottled water. Locals also drink bottled water delivered in 20 - 25 litre containers to their homes -workplaces. We recommend that visitors follow local custom & drink bottled water.

    Casual wear is appropriate for most tour excursions. Women wear pants or skirts, but when visiting mosques it is recommended that they cover their heads with a scarf & both sexes should not wear shorts out of respects for religious customs.

    The most favourable season for travel in Turkey generally runs between early April & late October. During the off-season, temperatures are much cooler & snow is possible in mountainous areas. Many visitors enjoy the spring & fall, with their mild weather & small crowds. Coastal regions are particularly popular during the summer. These include resort areas along the Aegean & Mediterranean coast with beaches & yachting facilities. The coastline, especially between Izmir & Antalya, features numerous coves & bays & many nearby ancient cities & is perfect for yachting.

    Turkey also enjoys many spectacular rivers. They are ideal for canoeing, skiing & rafting. Mountaineering is also popular in mountain ranges throughout Turkey in spring & summer. The high plateaus of the Eastern Black Sea Region are covered by colourful flowers & green pasture during spring & summer. Naturists will enjoy the diversity of fauna & flora as well as the heart-stopping splendour of the surrounding landscape. Central & Eastern Turkey can receive large accumulations of snow & snow skiing is a favourite winter pastime. Turkey has several ski centers, which are generally open from December through April depending on snow conditions.