2 Nights Kruger National Park and 1 Night Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Day 1: Gauteng – Kruger Park
We depart from Johannesburg between 06h30 – 08h00 to
allow for various collection points. Our route takes us
through the wide open spaces of the Highveld, down the
escarpment and through the scenic Lowveld area.
We stop for
lunch en-route (own expense) and reach the Kruger National
Park and Skukuza Rest Camp in the afternoon.
After we have settled in to our accommodations, we head
out on our first game drive! We conduct all our game drives
in specially adapted 4x4 open game drive vehicles to allow
our guests the best possible vantage point. On our return,
we have some time to visit the Park’s shop, go for a walk &
just familiarizing ourselves with our surroundings. On our
return, we have some time to visit the Park’s shop, go for a
walk & just familiarizing ourselves with our surroundings.
Dinner is a two course meal, served al fresco at our
private camp. Wine is served with dinner but guests are
welcome to bring along additional / alternative drinks which
can be purchased at the shop. Dinner is included
Day 2: Full day in the Park
We rise early and depart on an early morning drive in the
hope of finding some of the nocturnal and diurnal animals
before they settle down for the day. This is also the most
active time for most predators, both big and small.
sun slowly climbing higher above the savannah, we experience
all that the park has to offer, including the well marketed
Big 5 and the incredible wealth of flora, birds and smaller
mammals that make the Kruger Park unique.
On returning to Skukuza, breakfast/brunch will be ready
at our camp. You then have time to enjoy a swim, visit the
Skukuza museum, catch up on some sleep, visit the park shop
which includes African curios, general food items and
drinks, take a walk around the camp, or simply relax at the
viewing platform in front of the restaurant, which overlooks
the Sabie River. Skukuza is also a bird watcher’s paradise!
Be sure to bring along your binoculars!
In the afternoon, we will head out once more in our own
open game drive vehicle. By now you will already have seen
quite a lot and we will go in search of the ones that have
eluded us thus far!
We share safari stories at the camp fire under the stars
after a scrumptious dinner served at our camp. Breakfast and
Day 3: Kruger Park – Sabi Sand Game Reserve
After an early wake-up call (the time varies according to
the seasons and park gate opening times) we have tea or
coffee & rusks (dried biscuits to be dunked in your coffee
Our morning safari will take approximately 3 hours.
Your guide has an intimate knowledge of the park, which
contributes a great deal towards brilliant sightings!
Directly after breakfast at our camp, we head to the
world renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve in our closed, air
conditioned tour vehicle.
We arrive in time for lunch and
have some time to freshen up before departing on your
afternoon game drive in one of the lodge’s open game drive
vehicles. This drive generally takes about 4 hours and tends
to extend into the early evening.
The Sabi Sand is
particularly famous for its brilliant sightings of leopard.
Although we cannot guarantee these sightings, your chances
of seeing these magnificent animals are very good!
Dinner is served under the stars (weather permitting).
The day ends with discussions around the open fire about
what you saw today and the plans for tomorrow. Breakfast,
Lunch and Dinner included
Day 4: Sabi Sand – Panorama Route – Johannesburg
An early wake-up call and coffee signals the start of
your last safari of this journey. One last opportunity to
experience the magic that only the African Bush can offer!
Upon your return breakfast is served. Directly after
breakfast we begin our journey back to Johannesburg. The
final highlight of our safari is exploring the renowned
Panorama Route! Attractions visited include the Blyde River
Canyon, Three Rondavels, Lisbon Waterfalls and Pilgrims
Rest. We stop en-route for lunch (own expense).
The drive back to Johannesburg takes at least 6 hours and
guests are advised to sleep over in Johannesburg on this
night. Breakfast included.
Accommodation Arrangements - Kruger Park
Accommodation is in en-suite chalets with beds, linen,
towels & soap.
These chalets have a small fridge, air conditioning and
mosquito proofing on the doors & windows.
Accommodation Arrangements - Sabi Sand
Accommodation is in luxury en-suite rooms with beds,
linen, towels & amenities. Facilities vary from lodge to
lodge. Rooms are fully serviced and guests’ every need is
Cost: USD1570 per person sharing and USD1890 per Single
• Transport for the duration of your
• Pick up and drop off in
drivers / guides (FGASA registered – Field Guides
Association of Southern Africa)
as specified per itinerary
• All day
drives in the Kruger National Park in an open game drive
• All day/night drives in the
• All entry fees and daily
• Accommodation as
per chosen option (Subject to availability)
• Bottled mineral
water during the day in the Kruger National Park
A glass of wine with evening meals in the Kruger National
• Select Panorama Route
attractions on the last day
• Meals not specified in itinerary
Guests are welcome to bring their own drinks to dinner in
the Kruger Park, which can be purchased at the Park’s shop
• All drinks in the Sabi Sand
Items of a personal nature
It is important to note that this is not a private safari
and more than likely there will be other guests joining you
on the game drive vehicles, air-conditioned mini bus
transfer vehicles as well as in the dining facility.
The child policies vary from lodge to lodge. Some lodges
do not accept children under 12 at all, while others gladly
accept children but do not allow younger children on the
open game drive vehicles for safety reasons. These lodges
offer babysitting services at a nominal extra charge. Please
be sure to enquire about this before making your
Guests flying out of OR Tambo Airport on the last day are
reminded to not book any flights earlier than 19h00
(domestic) or 20h00 (international) in order to give us
enough time to get you to the airport. We recommend that you
rather stay over in Johannesburg if possible. Since we
cannot guarantee our arrival time in Johannesburg on the
last day we will not be held responsible for re-imbursements
of flight tickets, should we arrive later than expected.
Guests flying out of Nelspruit on the last day may,
depending on their flight details, not have enough time to
see the Panorama Route. Private transfers for guests with
early flights can be arranged in advance at an extra charge.