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Simply South Africa

Cape Town and surrounds - Stellenbosch - Overberg - Oudtshoorn Area - Garden Route - Pretoria - Lowveld - Kruger National Park - Kruger National Park

Included

  • Meet and assist
  • Accommodation per Itinerary or similar
  • Meals as per Itinerary Activities as per Itinerary
  • Information Folders
  • Car Rental as per Itinerary
  • Vehicle Collection Fees as per Itinerary
  • GPS Rental

Excluded

  • Meals not specified
  • Activities not specified
  • Fuel for the duration of the tour
  • Travel Insurance
  • Park Entry Fees & Conservation Fees
  • Flights (Domestic and International)

 

  • Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
    2-4 Persons

 

Itinerary

Day 1

Cape Town and Surrounds

Esperanza Guest House, Cape Town and Surrounds 

Cape Town and Surrounds
Cape Town is one of the world's most beautiful cities and a top international destination. Large numbers of tourists flock to Cape Town to enjoy this unique city with its fascinating history, interesting culture, natural beauty, award winning wines and laidback lifestyle. Whether you are a serious tourist or just want to lie on the beach and enjoy life, Cape Town will satisfy your needs.

Day Notes
An Out and About representative will meet you upon arrival at the Cape Town International Airport to manage your travel documentation and assist with the collection of your rental car.
Your first destination is Esperanza Guesthouse
Afternoon is free to explore Cape Town

Overnight: Esperanza Guest House
Nestled at the foot of the world famous Table Mountain, Esperanza enjoys a privileged location among Cape Town guesthouses, situated among pretty parklands and also ideally located within walking distance of the city centre. Even as you sit and enjoy sundowners on our balcony, clear views over the city and Table Bay are the order of the day.
Our boutique B&B includes just six double rooms to ensure exclusivity and privacy. This marvellous Victorian era mansion has been lovingly restored and is run according to the standards by which we previously managed four-star hotels.

Recommended
Table Mountain
Table Mountain Hiking
V&A Waterfront

Table Mountain
Without a doubt it is Table Mountain that makes Cape Town the unique city it is. Rising up over 1000m above sea level, it is the icon that makes Cape Town instantly recognizable. It is a symbol, a playground, a spiritual retreat and a big draw card for tourists. So intertwined with the identity of Cape Town is Table Mountain that a visit to the city isn’t complete without having walked or taken the cable car to the top.

Table Mountain Hiking
Table Mountain has hundreds of walking and hiking options.  As with hiking anywhere in the world hiking here has its dangers, so be prepared and tell someone where you are going.  If you tick the Walk/Hike option under Activities - Outdoor some of the options available will populate the map.  If you click Show Route on the selected hike's popup box, the route will be displayed on the Map.

V&A Waterfront
Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the V&A Waterfront has become South Africa's most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments. The Waterfront is the heart of the tourist industry in Cape Town.

Included
Meet and Assist
Bed & Breakfast

Day 2

Cape Town and Surrounds

Esperanza Guest House, Cape Town and Surrounds 

Day Notes
Full day at leisure

Recommended
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Castle of Good Hope
Cape Point
Boulders Penguin Colony
Two Oceans Aquarium

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
On the lower slopes of Table Mountain, the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens showcases some of the Cape’s rich flora. Taking centre stage here is the unique ‘fynbos’ vegetation. Those who work up an appetite while exploring this garden paradise can visit the restaurant or tea room, which are fully stocked with delicious meals, yummy treats and refreshing beverages. In summer, Sunday music concerts provide sunset entertainment. Kirstenbosch is rated as the seventh best of its kind in the world.

Castle of Good Hope
The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving building in South Africa. Built between 1666 and 1679, this pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built by Commander Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 upon establishing a maritime replanishment station art the Cape of Good Hope for the Dutch East India Company, better known as the VOC (Verenigde Oos-Indische Compagnie).

Cape Point
This is the real Cape Point, not the one with the lighthouse on it.

Boulders Penguin Colony
The Boulders Visitor Centre is home to the famous colony of Jackass Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call. This is a truly special experience and Table Mountain National Park staff are knowledgeable and offer guided tours. After you have fallen in love with the penguins head to the secluded Boulders Beach and take a swim in the comparatively warm waters of the False Bay.

Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium is home to more than 3000 marine animals including sharks, fishes, turtles, and penguins.

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 3

Knorhoek Country Guesthouse, Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch
A blend of historical architecture, student life, epicurean delights and oak-lined avenues, Stellenbosch is a picturesque university town surrounded by mountains and vineyards. A walking tour of the town centre allows visitors to take in its beautifully preserved Cape Dutch and Victorian architecture, as well as the many enticing art galleries, craft shops, clothing boutiques and gift stores, while foodies may prefer indulging in mouth-watering cuisine and fine wines  at one of the chic restaurants or buzzing bistros. Stellenbosch is also the ideal base from which to explore the renowned local wine route, boasting a high proportion of the country’s leading wine estates.

Day Notes
Today your journey takes you to Stellenbosch.  Free to explore this historical Town.  You can enjoy your first wine tasting at Knorhoek Estate. (not included)

Overnight: Knorhoek Country Guesthouse
KNORHOEK  BOUTIQUE WINERY &  COUNTRY GUESTHOUSE
Situated under ancient oaks, flanked by vineyards and Simonsberg mountain, the guest house offers the unique combination of modern comfort and old-world charm.  8 tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms with crisp white linen and all the required amenities.  Patio rooms have a private stoep facing the lawn and garden, and Loft rooms a balcony with a superb mountain view. Two luxury  cottages for those who wish to stay for longer periods.
The Van Niekerk family, fourth generation owners, invites you to enjoy breakfasts al fresco, vineyard walks, tennis, bird watching, bass fishing (own tackle)  winter log fires and have owls lull you to sleep after exploring the Winelands and Cape Peninsula. Also, during the harvest, you are welcome to visit the wine cellar at the end of the garden and experience the sounds, tastes and aromas of award-winning wines in the making.
Knorhoek is ideally situated:  historic Stellenbosch (10 minutes), Airport (40 min) beaches (30 min), Cape of Good Hope, Table Mountain and Waterfront (50 min), Hermanus whale watching  (80 min).
GOLF:   10 top courses within 30 minutes.  We are all golfers and have played most of the courses in the Western Cape.  We shall advise you and book tee-times with pleasure.
WINE:  KNORHOEK WINES  boasts several local and international awards for Estate wines and blends.  Cultivars  harvested on the farm are Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and  Shiraz.  Wine tasting is enjoyed at leisure under the watchful eyes of the resident owls and private cellar tours with the wine maker by appointment
MEALS:  lunches are served at Towerbosch from Wednesdays to Sundays (if no functions)  Scrumptious traditional evening meals are served from a set menu at the guesthouse from Mondays to Fridays.

Recommended
Historic Stellenbosch
Stellenbosch Botanical Gardens

Historic Stellenbosch
The recorded history of Stellenbosch goes back to 1679, when it was discovered by the Cape’s first governor, Simon van der Stel, who earmarked it as a fertile valley ideal for agriculture and coined its name (a Dutch derivative of ‘van der Stel’s bush’). Along with Constantia, Stellenbosch was one of the earliest wine regions in the country, and to this day, continues to produce a kaleidoscopic range of fine wines. Historical tours of the town take in it many well-preserved old buildings, some constructed as early as the 18th century.

Stellenbosch Botanical Gardens
The University of Stellenbosch Botanical Garden is a gem in the middle of town. The garden is small and compact, but time and again visitors are surprised by the atmosphere and the variety of plants and plant products found here.  Open: Daily 08h00 – 17h00 (except some public holidays)

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 4

Stellenbosch

Knorhoek Country Guesthouse, Stellenbosch 

Day Notes
Today you have a Full Day activity - the tranquil Tulbach Tour, this is your chance to get off the beaten track. 
Stellenbosch and Franschoek are the names most synonymous with SA’s wine production, but it’s well worth going a little further afield for tastings too.
The drive to Tulbagh is spectacular and you can really get off the beaten track.
TOUR: 08h30 to ± 17h30
MIN: 2 pax
You will be collected at your Accommodation and dropped off again.

Highlights: De Heuwel, Wines, Olives & Olive Oil The Bianco family originated in Italy and know plenty about olives. We taste all sorts of olive products with a range of wines too, at their new unique Wine Bar.
Historical Walk Through Church Street, Tulbagh to see how each of the 32 buildings was restored, after the earthquake of 1969.
Twee Jonge Gezellen “ Two young bachelors” the 2nd oldest family –owned SA wine farm. Best known for sparkling wines made using traditional Champagne methods.
Lunch at Readers Restaurant built in 1754, the first school in the area.
Moniki Chocolatier Chocolate & Wine Pairing – Pure indulgence!
Spectacular Mountain Ranges
Tulbagh Festivals & Shows (Ideal to book a tour over this period)
•Cape Dutch Food & Wine Festival – March / April
•Christmas in Winter – June
•Tulbagh Horse & Wild Flower Show – September

Included
INCLUDES: Wine, Olive & Chocolate Tasting
Bed & Breakfast

Excluded
EXCLUDES: Lunch

Day 5

Overberg

Augusta de Mist Country House, Overberg 

Overberg
Literally meaning “over the mountain” in Dutch, the Overberg region extends from the Hottentots Holland Mountains, east of Cape Town, to the start of the Garden Route around George. The area is characterised by fertile farmlands, a series of mountain ranges, tremendous plant diversity (including the unique fynbos) and a rocky coastline that makes it a haven for outdoor activities.

Day Notes
Depart to Swellendam via the N2.  Day is at leisure
Overnight: Augusta de Mist Country House
See what the press is talking about: our dinners at Augusta's African Kitchen are one the highlights of many a trip. This historic house has spacious guest areas in the lounge, patios and veranda, overlooking the 1.5 hectare luxuriant garden with much indigenous flora and an abundance of birdlife. Each suite or cottage is unique. 


Recommended
Old Drostdy Museum
Marloth Nature Reserve – Walking Trails

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 6 and 7

Adley House, Oudtshoorn Area

Adley House, Oudtshoorn Area 

Oudtshoorn Area
Oudtshoorn is famous for its ostriches and the magnificent Cango Caves. Located along the renowned Route 62, which takes motorists past one awe-inspiring sight after another, Oudtshoorn is known as the Ostrich Capital of the World: these huge birds are almost as common as people in this charming town. Other than ostriches and the wonderful feathers and meat they provide, the Oudtshoorn area also boasts the spectacular Cango Caves; the largest show cave system in Africa, permeated with sparkling stalactites and stalagmites and captivating rock formations.

Overnight: Adley House
Adley House in Oudtshoorn is a magnificent Victorian home and was built in 1905 by Sidney Herbert Adley during the "Ostrich Feather Boom".  Relax in our two swimming pools to cool you down on our lovely hot summer and winter days. Log fires in winter.  Enjoy our evergreen, well-kept gardens and park in safety, in-house, on our large property of 5000 square meters.  Fourteen large en-suite individually decorated rooms to make your stay a pleasant one. All rooms offer modern, quiet remote controlled air-conditioners, remote controlled channel TV, fully stocked fridges, tea and coffee trays, overhead fans and electric blankets, telephones and fax facilities. There is also a daily laundry service available.
Hilda bakes fresh bread or "Vetkoek" every morning - and in the evening, on request, we may braai (barbecue) or you can have a four course meal - real South African style. Ostrich steaks are our speciality!

Recommended
Cango Caves
Cango Ostrich Show Farm
Cango Wildlife Ranch
Swartberg Pass

Cango Caves
The spectacular Cango Caves are a subterranean wonderland of magnificent stalactite and stalagmite rock formations that attracts thousands of visitors annually. They extend more than two kilometres into the Swartberg Mountains and visitors can take guided tours that wind through narrow passageways and steep stairways linking the massive caverns.

Cango Ostrich Show Farm
Cango Ostrich Show Farm is located in the lush Cango Valley, Schoemanshoek, 14km outside of Oudtshoorn on the main route towards the world famous Cango Caves, making it easy to find and making your trip more time efficient.

Cango Wildlife Ranch
The Cango Wildlife Ranch promotes awareness and conservation of endangered species, while encouraging supervised interaction – making this a wonderful destination for children of all ages. Housing the oldest and largest cheetah contact centre worldwide, visitors can view these powerful, speedy cats in a natural bushveld environment from elevated walkways. From predators of the land to predators of the water, visitors can then move on to the crocodile and alligator enclosures to study more of the world’s most dangerous beasts.

Swartberg Pass
The dry-stone walls that support the road against the Swartberg’s precipitous mountain slopes are more than a century old, yet carry out their job as though they were just constructed. This remarkable feat of engineering is an interesting sight to behold and can be seen along the famous Swartberg Pass, which is without a doubt one of the most spectacular drives in the country, if not the world. This untarred road winds in steep zig-zags and sudden switchbacks to a summit 1 583 metres above sea level, promising awe-inspiring views throughout the drive.

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 8

Garden Route

Knysna Hollow Country Estate, Garden Route 

Garden Route
With its great beaches along a narrow strip of fertile land nestled between majestic mountains and the big blue Indian Ocean the Garden Route is one of South Africa’s premier holiday destinations.

Overnight: Knysna Hollow Country Estate
Knysna Hollow is beautifully set on a secluded old country estate near Knysna's famous lagoon. Set amongst timeless oaks and pecan trees, the gracious old manor house forms the focal point of the lodge. Built in a bygone era, it is finished with pressed ceilings, yellowwood floors and indigenous furniture.
The Knysna Hollow Restaurant is situated in the Manor House and serves fine food in relaxed and warm surroundings. The scintillating, yet refined menu reflects flavours and influences from around the globe, with a selection of dishes sure to stimulate the senses. Choose between ocean-fresh seafood such as Cape Crayfish and linefish, South African specialties such as Karoo Lamb and Venison dishes or decadent desserts.
Enjoy pre-dinner drinks next to a roaring fire in wintertime or in the yellowwood-panelled pub, "The Rutland Arms". Your Hosts, Clive, Danie & Grant, provide Cape hospitality at it's personal best and will assist in your selection of a fine wine.

Recommended
Knysna Lagoon

Knysna Lagoon
The beautiful Knysna Lagoon is one of the few places in the world that supports an oyster hatchery and these oysters have a reputation for being some of the tastiest on the planet – hence they are honoured during the popular, annual Knysna Oyster festival. The lagoon is the focal point for most of the recreation and leisure activities in and around Knysna. The lagoon and its beaches are famous for an abundance of wildlife and a variety of water sports.

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 9

Garden Route

Knysna Hollow Country Estate, Garden Route 

Recommended
Buyambo Tours
Featherbed Nature Reserve

Buyambo Tours
Buyambo Tours - Knysna Living Local
Experience the day-to-day living in the township, and feel the true spirit of Ubuntu amongst the local people. Mawanda Khondlo was born and bred in the township. He will share with you this intimate knowledge of township life in our local community. Buyambo tours put your convenience first, and will pick you up on your doorstep. Buyambo is a local tour operator which offers township tours with a difference. This township tour includes a visit to the authentic “Roosterkoek Kaya Restaurant”. Mawande turned his RDP home into a double storey mansion and use the upper deck as the “Roosterkoek Kaya”. Which have 5 star food coupled with township hospitality, a winning combination. Buyambo also offer Garden Route Tours, Custom made tours and airport transfers.

Featherbed Nature Reserve
The pristine Featherbed Reserve is a South African Natural Heritage site situated on the Western Knysna Head and is only accessible by ferry. A visit to the reserve includes a ferry cruise, nature drive and guided walk – all of which offer unsurpassed views of the lagoon, mountains and the town of Knysna.

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 10

Courtyard Arcadia, Pretoria

Courtyard Arcadia, Pretoria 

Pretoria
South Africa's capital is home beautiful Jacaranda Trees, the Union Buildings, museums, embassies and the country's most successful rugby franchise, The Blue Bulls.

Day Notes
Depart to Port Elizabeth Airport for your flight to Johannesburg.  Leave your rental car at the Airport.
Upon arrival at the OR Tambo International Airport collect your car rental and depart to your accommodation in Pretoria.  The rest of the day is at leisure, take the opportunity to explore Pretoria.

Overnight: Courtyard Arcadia
Built around a lovingly restored, turn of the century manor house in leafy 'Embassy Row', in the suburb of Arcadia.
Park-like gardens are wonderful for walks and guests are invited to sit back, relax and enjoy the grace and charm of a bygone era.

The hotel is situated minutes away from shopping centres, cinema complexes, highly acclaimed restaurants, Vodacom Loftus Stadium, Pretoria city centre and the trendy suburb of Hatfield.

Location
One minute from the Loftus Sports Stadium
45km from OR Tambo International Airport
A short drive away from shopping centres, cinema complexes and restaurants


Recommended
Pretoria National Botanical Garden
Voortrekker Monument
Union Buildings

Pretoria National Botanical Garden
Fifty hectares of the total area is devoted to developed garden, using almost exclusively South African plants. All the flowering plant species to be seen, including 50% of the country's tree species, make this Garden a botanical tapestry. Visitors are offered a glimpse of different biomes such as savanna and forest biomes.

Voortrekker Monument
The corner stone of Afrikanerdom.

Union Buildings
Pretoria is South Africa’s administrative capital and the Union Buildings are the headquarters of the government in the region, housing the Presidential Offices. Designed by renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker as a tribute to the country’s union status, they were constructed between 1910 and 1913 from light-coloured sandstone. The complex is impressive, stretching across almost 300 metres in a semicircular shape and featuring ornate towers on either side. It is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens encompassing a number of statues and memorials. 

Included
Bed & Breakfast
Excluded
Flight from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg

Day 11

Lowveld

Rissington Inn, Lowveld 

Lowveld
The Mpumalanga Lowveld lies between the northernmost reaches of the Drakensberg Escarpment and the Kruger National Park.  It is renowned for its sub-tropical climate, excellent farming areas and great access to the game reserves and attractions of the Panorama Route.

Day Notes
Depart to Hazyview.
Overnight: Rissington Inn
Rissington Inn is an award-winning, affordable country lodge in the heart of the Lowveld. Stylish, relaxed and informal, the inn is the perfect stopover on the way to the game reserves and an ideal base from which to explore all that Mpumalanga has to offer. 
Outstanding breakfasts. Lunches, sumptuous dinners and easy light meals, served in the à la carte restaurant, seven days a week. Extensive choices and superb food. The welcoming, friendly bar is fully licensed. Complimentary WiFi Internet throughout the lodge.
The 16 individual rooms and suites are surrounded by 10 acres of extensive colourful gardens and offer comfortable, spacious and airy accommodation. All have bar fridges, en-suite bathrooms, verandahs and private entrances. The rooms and the charming, thatched farmhouse are shaded by magnificent trees and have breathtaking views down the valley.
The popular garden suites and hillside suites have hammocks or daybeds and outside showers. They are also air-conditioned.
Rissington’s congenial, easy-going hosts ensure cheerful, attentive hospitality allowing guests total freedom to unwind and enjoy the peace of the bush, lie by the sunny pool or walk down the valley with spectacular birds and game sightings.
One kilometre through indigenous bush on a good gravel road off the R40, just South of Hazyview. 10 minutes from Kruger National Park. Close to attractions of the Great Escarpment and Panorama Route. Golf, horse- and elephant-riding and numerous adrenalin activities nearby.

Rissington – The perfect balance.

Recommended
Elephant Whispers

Elephant Whispers
WE INVITE YOU TO EXPERIENCE...
The thrill of close encounters with the Majestic African Elephant.
Witness their intelligence, compassionate nature and the sheer delight the elephant experience when interacting with their human counterparts. The Elephant Interaction offers you the opportunity to feel their constantly curious trunks, touch their rough skin, exchange trunk greetings and offer tasty treats, while learning about their behaviour and history from the Elephant Handlers. An Elephant Back Ride offers a different perspective; embark on a journey which was once a privilege reserved only for kings!
For those seeking a unique and memorable wildlife encounter, an Elephant Interaction and Ride at Elephant Whispers is an exciting and touching experience not to be missed.
Situated in the Sandford Conservancy on the banks of the Sabie River in Hazyview, Mpumalanga, Elephant Whispers offers an Elephant Experience of a lifetime which will leave you with a renewed respect and admiration for these gentle giants of Africa.

Included
Bed & Breakfast

Day 12 to 14

Imbali Safari Lodge, Kruger National Park

Imbali Safari Lodge, Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park
At more than 2 million hectares the Kruger National Park is one of the world’s largest game reserves and a truly remarkable destination.   Because of its exceptional size you can experience amazing diversity – from the scenery and ecosystems to the correspondingly amazing array of animals, trees and birds.  A trip to the Kruger National Park is an unforgettable and potentially life changing experience.

Notes
Today is an early start.  You have the opportunity to enjoy the Panorama Route.

Overnight: Imbali Safari Lodge  View iBrochure
An exclusive lodge within the world-renowned Kruger National Park, Imbali Safari Lodge continues the safari tradition of a bygone era.  Imbali Safari Lodge is the central point within the Imbali Safari concession, offering accommodation in  spacious, private suites each furnished in understated luxury overlooking the Nwatsitswonto riverbed.
Capture the spirit of a classical African safari at Imbali Safari Lodge, set in its own 10 000 hectare private concession area of the world famous Kruger National Park. The lodge has been carefully designed and built in keeping with eco-sensitive policies, to ensure that there is little impact on the natural environment, as guests will bear witness to artifacts discovered during the building programme.
Accommodating 24 guests in luxury individual suites, either with private Jacuzzi or plunge pool, it features large open expanses for better game-viewing.  Five star suites enjoy stunning views over the river bed and onto the plains beyond.

Activities
Graskop Pancakes
Graskop
God's Window
Bourke's Luck Potholes
Three Rondavels Lookout
Blyde River Canyon
Abel Erasmus Pass
Kruger National Park

God's Window
God’s Window looks out over the Drakensberg escarpment dropping 1000m below, offering a view of the lowveld stretching out towards the Kruger National Park. Magnificent montane forest, canyons, rock formations and waterfalls can all be seen.

Bourke's Luck Potholes
The Treur River plunging into the Blyde River has caused waterborne sand and rock to create huge potholes, some six metres deep, into the bedrock of the river. This natural water feature is known as Bourke’s Luck. There is a well-developed picnic area here and a series of walkways and bridges that enable visitors to get great views of this amazing geological feature. Another attraction at Bourke's Luck is the visitors' centre, which has numerous interesting displays. A newly developed, 180 m circular trail, accessible to the physically disabled, starts at the visitors' centre and has as its main theme the lichens found in the area.

Three Rondavels Lookout
The Three Rondavels Lookout is famous for its view of the 33 kilometre long gorge that forms the Blyde River Canyon. Its name is due to three hills that resemble African huts and were once called round hovels by the British.

Blyde River Canyon
The third largest canyon in the world, the Blyde River Canyon is exceptional for being the largest forested canyon in the world. The views from the rim are spectacular, especially the renowned view that includes the Three Rondavels. There are mountain reedbucks on the escarpment, dassies on the canyon walls, hippo and crocodile in the Blyde Dam and a rich selection of birdlife throughout, including a breeding colony of the rare bald ibis. 

Included
Full Board – accommodation, three meals, two game activities

Excluded
Park Entry Fees / Vehicle Fees

Day 14 and 15

Mjejane River Lodge, Kruger National Park

Mjejane River Lodge, Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park
At more than 2 million hectares the Kruger National Park is one of the world’s largest game reserves and a truly remarkable destination.   Because of its exceptional size you can experience amazing diversity – from the scenery and ecosystems to the correspondingly amazing array of animals, trees and birds.  A trip to the Kruger National Park is an unforgettable and potentially life changing experience.

Overnight: Mjejane River Lodge 
Deep in the African bush nestled among the ancient indigenous trees on the banks of the Crocodile River lies the majestic Mjejane Game Reserve. Allowing guests to experience the bush face-to-face, track animals, soak up the African sunshine, walk along dry riverbeds and experience the heart of Africa, Mjejane Game Reserve has guests creating memories that binds friends and families together.

Activities
Southern Kruger

Southern Kruger
The southern area of South Africa’s most famous game reserve is separated from lush farmland by the Crocodile River, a popular spot for lazy crocs, playful hippos and thirsty animals. The game viewing area is known as the ‘Southern Circle’ and is renowned for its rhinos and lions, of which there are different prides with definitive hunting techniques and behaviours. Also found here, near the Hippo Pool, are ancient San rock paintings.

Included
Full Board – accommodation, three meals, two game Drives

Excluded
Park Entry Fees / Vehicle Fees

Day 15

Departure

Departure 

Day Notes
Your journey has come to an end.  Depart to the Kruger Mpumalanga Airport for your flight back home.