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5 Nights and 5 Full Days at the Kruger for under R10 000.00 per person sharing

Please note that the lodges provided are indicative of what is available, we can tailor the lodge choice to meet your specific requirements.
Please also note this can be reduced to be a 4 night / 5 Day itinerary.

Superior 5 Night Kruger Park Safari

From ZAR 9180 per person sharing – roughly GBP 835 / USD 1225

On your 5 Night Kruger Safari – Spend three nights at Africa on Foot in the Klaserie which offers a rustic, authentic owner run lodge. Specialising in Kruger Walking Safaris, you will get a chance to get close to the African bush. The Klaserie Reserve offers a remote and quiet safari experience with low vehicle density. It is a big 5 private reserve and shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park.

The lodge provides outstanding guiding, personal attention; relaxed service and a friendly environment. For the adventurous there is the opportunity to sleep out in the treehouse to really authenticate your Kruger Safari experience.

Transfer to the Sabi Sands and enjoy two nights at Elephant Plains. With comfortable accommodation, excellent wildlife, good service and a wide range of facilities, this offers the chance to experience the Sabi Sands, arguably the best reserve in South Africa due to the density of wildlife.

Includes

All transfers – airport to the lodge, between the two lodges and back to the airport.
Accomodation includes all meals, game walks; drives, teas & coffees.
Age limit on Walking Safaris is 16 years at Africa on Foot.

Excludes

Flights to and from Hoedspruit airport
Accommodation excludes drinks.

Rhino at Kruger Park - African Travel Experts

One of our experts, Shannon, took this amazing image of a rhino at the kruger park whilst on a 5 day kruger safari

12 Apostles

Part of the beautiful 12 apostles in Cape Town.

We are very excited to announce our first priced Kruger safari itinerary, for more information please visit our site; 5 day kruger safari

 

Namib-Nauklift National Park
The Namib is the world’s oldest desert and boasts the highest sand dunes on earth, monsters that reach hundreds of feet into the sky and the Naukluft Mountains are the barrier between the desert and the central interior of the country. The national park encompasses much of the Namib and the Naukluft Mountains.

The Namib Naukluft National Park boasts numerous fascinating aspects including the world-renowned Sossuslvlei, the fresh water bird haven that is Sandwhich Harbour on the coast and unique plant species that have adapted to survive in the harsh environment.

Sossusvlei
Sossusvlei is probably the best known part of the park and it is here where the highest sand dunes can be found – and climbed. Sossusvlei is a pan formed over time by the rarely-flowing Tsauchab River. It is a place of dramatic colours and spectacular scapes and is one place that can sell itself as a must-see destination all on its own.

Day 1 – Arusha

You will arrive in Tanzania to spend your first night in the safari capital, Arusha. Your stay will be at the luxuriousArusha Coffee Lodge, which is located among the coffee plantations just outside town.

Day 2 – Lake Manyara

The next day you will start your Tanzania safari with a short flight to the Manyara Airstrip. A vehicle from Lake Manyara Tree Lodge will be waiting to take you to the Lodge, where you will enjoy two nights in a luxurious stilted tree house. Enjoy twice daily game drives in the Lake Manyara National Park known for its tree climbing lions, and its huge flamingo population that flocks to the lake each year.

Day 4 – Serengeti National Park

Your journey continues with an exciting flight to the Serengeti, known for the annual wildebeest migration that occurs in the park from November – July each year. Depending on the time of year, you will either stay at Grumeti Camp or Klein’s Camp. Both camps are well located to see the wildebeest migration at different times of the year.

The Serengeti is teeming with wildlife – apart from the wildebeest migration, herds of zebra and gazelle, cheetah and prides of lion are commonly seen.

Spend three nights at one of these camps enjoying twice daily game drives and spending the rest of your time enjoying the facilities the camp has to offer.

Day 7 – Ngorongoro Crater

Your safari will finally end with a magical two nights at the incredible Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, overlooking the crater down below. While you’re there, take in some of the most spectacular views on the African continent. Enjoy a game drive into the crater where you will experience an abundance of wildlife such as rhino, elephant, lion, hyena and plenty more.

Day 9 – Zanzibar

The perfect way to end your holiday is to add on a few nights at Mnemba Island Lodge, located on Mnemba Island just off Zanzibar. Zanzibar is one of Africa’s most culturally interesting and beautiful islands, with pristine beaches, warm turquoise waters and friendly people. Spend your last four nights relaxing, snorkelling, diving or visiting the historical town of Stone Town.

Day 13

You will be transferred back to Zanzibar airport in time for your departure flight.

There are still some places in Africa that are virtually untouched, places that have escaped the clutches of mass tourism and marketing. The reasons for these places being unknown for so long vary from inaccessibility to political instability in the country. Northern Mozambique is a place that has remained hidden from the mainstream until now because of inaccessibility and civil war.

The Quirimbas Archipelago is a chain of 32 islands stretching hundreds of kilometres, from Pemba to the northern border with Tanzania. Settled by fishermen and Arab traders, and later the Portuguese, many of the islands are uninhabited today – except for the visitors to the lodges. It is a coast with some of the most dramatic reefs and is fast becoming known in the watersports community as an iconic destination.

Besides the water activities and the romantic nature of the islands, the opportunity to experience some early Mozambique history presents itself in places such as Ibo Island where forts, palatial ruins and a ghost town attract many visitors.