Payment Options



Dear Client

We are delighted that you have entrusted Avoca Travels with your holiday plans.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Credit Card
Manual Payment (Cash)

NB. Please email deposit slip & booking form to process@avocatravels.co.za once payment has been made. Cheque payments are not accepted. Kindly click here to download our Booking & Credit Card form
Avoca Travels Banking Details

Account Name: Avoca Travels (Pty) Ltd
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Durban ABC
Branch Code: 040126
Account Number: 050451022

NB. Please email deposit slip & booking form to process@avocatravels.co.za once payment has been made. Cheque payments are not accepted. Kindly click here to download our Booking & Credit Card form

Avocatur Banking Details

Account Name: Avocatur
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Durban ABC
Branch Code: 040126
Account Number: 050458965
Account Type: Current Account

NB. Please email deposit slip & booking form to process@avocatravels.co.za once payment has been made. Cheque payments are not accepted. Kindly click here to download our Booking & Credit Card form

More Information on … Payment Methods

Online Payments

    Kindly click here to process an Online Payment.

    When booking real time, live inventory on the internet, the full payment is due immediately by Visa, Master, American Express or Diners Credit Card, Electronic Funds Transfer or Cash Deposit at a bank, whichever is applicable.

    If the full payment is not received by midnight South African time on the day that the Booking was made, Avoca or the Supplier involved reserves the full right to cancel the Booking.

    In the event that payment was made after the aforementioned deadline, the Client will be liable for any difference in price should the Client still want to proceed with the Booking at the higher price.

    Avoca Travels (Pty) Limited is a South African company and all transactions are processed in South African Rand (ZAR).

    Currency conversion charges may be levied by your merchant bank if payment is made from another country and/or in another currency. This fee is determined by the global treasury of the applicable credit card company and is impacted by the change in daily exchange rates.

    Foreign Exchange Regulation Compliance is the Client’s exclusive duty. This will apply especially when the Client instructs Avoca to make and pay for travel arrangements on the

EFT Payments

    Avoca prefers payment by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

    Client must email the EFT transmission report to Avoca that clearly reflects Avoca’s booking reference number.

    Clients must ensure they obtain confirmation of receipt of payment when the funds actually enter Avoca’s bank account.

Manual Cash Payments

    Cash payments deposited into Avoca’s bank account are accepted on condition that the Client emails the proof of the cash deposit slip to Avoca for the entire cash amount plus the applicable cash deposit fees due.

Credit Card Payments

    Credit Card payments are accepted in accordance with IATA regulations. A signed and validated Standard Credit Card Charge Form (SCCCF) or payments via our Virtual Card Services System are the only recognized forms of payment by credit card.

    Credit Card payments for land arrangements shall be accepted only on condition that the Client informs Avoca at the time of booking and subject to conditions advised and acceptable to the Card holder and Avoca.

Agents / Intermediaries and Credit Card Payments

    Any agent who acts as an intermediary between the Client and Avoca must acknowledge that he/she has physically seen the credit card used and that the signature on the card is the same as that on the Credit Card Charge Form.

    Minimum requirements to prove that the cardholder was present at the time of the transaction include; the completion of a signed, validated and approved standard credit card charge form, a copy of the front and back of the credit card and the cardholder’s identity document.

    The said agent or intermediary assumes full responsibility for any chargebacks, credit card fraud or other irregularities arising from any such credit card transactions. If the card is a foreign credit card then the Cardholder may be requested to provide various other details.