In addition to reviewing this privacy policy (‘Privacy Policy’), please read Stumbler (‘Stumbler’) Terms and Conditions as presented on the website . Your use of the Site CONSTITUTES AN AGREEMENT to Stumbler’s Terms and Conditions
Stumbler takes the privacy of its customer data very seriously. Please read this Privacy Policy in full to understand how the Site will treat your entered personal data after it has been collected by Stumbler through the Site.
In the unlikely event of this Privacy Policy changing, Stumbler will inform you via ‘the Site’ homepage, by requesting you to tick the acceptance box prior to being able to continue your use of the Site. However, Stumbler assures you that it only uses your data, as entered by you on the Site, for legitimate business reasons and as specified in this Privacy Policy. Continued access and use of the Site by you will CONSTITUTE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF ANY CHANGES OR REVISIONS to the Privacy Policy.
One of the goals of Stumbler is to bring you information that is tailored to your individual needs through the use of the Site, whilst at the same time protecting your privacy. The information set out below is a summary of the various ways in which Stumbler treats the information you provide to it whilst using the Site.

The Type of Information collects through the Site

Stumbler generally collects personally identifying information through the Site with your specific knowledge and consent. It can collect data on you from a variety of different sources. These include:
1. when you become a subscriber to Stumbler’s newsletter;
2. when you activate an account;
3. when you speak to Stumbler’s desk personnel and provide them with your personal data including, but not limited to your name, address, contact details (such as your telephone numbers and e-mail address), and credit card details (collectively, ‘Personal Data’) either telephonically or by email;
4. via explicit data capture measures, for example by entering competitions and/or completing surveys; and
5. via implicit data capture measures such as studying which pages you read the most via the use of cookies. For a better understanding on the use of cookies, please refer to the clause named ‘Cookies’ below.
In any of the above cases the data Stumbler collects may include Personal Data, whilst optional information such as your age, location or gender may also be requested.

How Stumbler uses Information provided by you

When you give Stumbler any Personal Data, Stumbler may need to collect information about you.
As per South African data protection legislation Stumbler may send you promotional information if above personal data is held through a completed transaction.
UNLESS YOU PROVIDE STUMBLER WITH YOUR EXPRESS CONSENT (either via the Site or directly to Stumbler), it will only disclose Personal Data to third parties if it is required for the purpose of completing your transaction with Stumbler, provided that Stumbler may disclose your Personal Data to certain permitted third parties, such as members of Stumbler’s own group, its own professional advisers who are bound by confidentiality codes and/or when it is legally obliged to do so. There may be occasions when Stumbler is legally required to provide access to its database in order to cooperate with police investigations or other legal proceedings. In those instances, the information so provided shall be solely for that purpose.
The Site retain and use your Personal Data to provide you with the best remote commerce experience by providing you with a personalised service and to give you details of offers which Stumbler thinks will be of interest to you. Stumbler may also use your Personal Data to process any transactions you undertake with Stumbler and for internal administration and analysis.
Stumbler shall not sell, rent or trade your Personal Data to third parties for marketing or any other purposes without your express consent (except as specifically set out in the paragraph immediately above).


The Site use cookies. A cookie is a piece of text stored on your computer or smart phone by the web browser. Two types of cookies are described below:
Session cookies: These are used to maintain a so-called ‘session state’ and only lasts for the duration of your use of the Site. A session cookie expires when you close your browser, or if you have not visited the server for a certain period of time. For example, if you consider your journey through the Site to be a conversation with Stumbler, the session cookie reminds the Site where Stumbler was in that conversation (for instance if at some point in the conversation you asked Stumbler to add a hotel to your basket, next time you click on the basket it will still be there). Session cookies are required for the Site to function effectively but are not used in any way to identify you personally.
Permanent cookies: These cookies outlast user sessions and store a unique number on your hard drive in order to identify you as an individual user. No Personal Data is stored in permanent cookies. You can view permanent cookies by looking in the cookies directory of your browser installation. Stumbler uses permanent cookies to identify you between Site visits. For example, if you were browsing Cape Town hotels last time you were on the Site and Stumbler has a great hotel deal in Cape Town, it may use a permanent cookie to recognise you and show you this deal. These permanent cookies are not required for the Site to work but may enhance your browsing experience.
Although you cannot block session cookies as they are required for the Site to function correctly, your internet browser can be configured to reject permanent cookies and is dependent on the type of internet browser you use. Please refer to the relevant internet browser manufacturer’s website where you should be able to view the steps in rejecting these cookies if you wish to do so.

IP Address

Your Internet Protocol (‘IP’) address is usually associated with the place from where you access the internet, like your Internet Service Provider, your company or your university. Stumbler may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with its server, gather broad demographic information, and administer the Site.

Data Protection Legislation

Stumbler’s head office and operations are based in South Africa, and it therefore operates in accordance with applicable South African data protection legislation.


By disclosing your Personal Data to Stumbler using the Site or via email or telephone, YOU CONSENT TO the collection, storage and processing of your Personal Data by Stumbler (either physically or through the Site) in the manner set out in this Privacy Policy. Some information and e-mails sent to Stumbler, via direct email or in response to its feedback system, may be used as testimonials on Stumbler’s communication channels (e.g. social media pages) or on the Website. In this event, no e-mail addresses or contact details will be displayed.

Opt-Out Policy

Stumbler’s newsletter subscribers have the option to opt-out of receiving further information from Stumbler. There is an “unsubscribe” link in the footer of each email you receive. Alternatively, send an email to to unsubscribe. The client may also contact us to unsubscribe to any of our marketing material.

Change/ Modification of E-mail Details

To change your e-mail address details, send an e-mail with your correct details to:


If you have any questions or concerns about the information Stumbler holds about you, please do not hesitate to contact Stumbler on the relevant contact details set out below.
Telephone: +27 71 895 7536
TWITTER: Stumbler_SA