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2 Night Just Safari Get Away To Kruger Park

South Kruger Park, Mpumalanga
R 3,160
Per person for 2 nights

A two-night safari getaway to Kruger Park, a renowned wildlife reserve in South Africa.

The recommended way to embark on this safari is by flying into Skukuza Airport, where a safari vehicle will be waiting to commence the adventure immediately. Alternatively, travelers can opt for a shuttle service from Johannesburg Airport or self-drive to Hazyview.

On the first day, visitors will meet their accredited safari guide and venture into Kruger Park for an afternoon game drive in a safari vehicle, providing opportunities to witness the region's diverse wildlife and immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of the bushveld. Overnight accommodation will be provided in the park's huts, which are air-conditioned during the summer months. However, permanent or pitched tents are available upon request. After dinner at the camp, guests can enjoy the captivating sounds of the wildlife in Kruger Park.

The second day consists of a full-day safari in Kruger Park, dedicated to spotting the renowned Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo) and other fascinating animals and wildlife. Visitors will have the chance to savor the lush bush environment, fragrances, and sounds while traveling in a safari vehicle guided by an experienced safari guide. Once again, overnight accommodation will be provided within the park.

On the third day, an early morning game drive will take place, offering the best chance to observe predators on the hunt and witness the teeming wildlife at their most active time of day. Ideally, visitors will have encountered the Big Five and numerous other remarkable animals and interactive sightings to cherish as lasting memories. The knowledgeable and experienced safari guide will provide insight into the terrain, while the safari vehicles offer excellent visibility, ensuring an awe-inspiring experience filled with countless sightings and educational commentary.

After a hearty breakfast, visitors will depart, feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, with a wealth of amazing memories and photographs from their safari adventure. The tour includes accommodation in Kruger Park camp huts with air conditioning in the summer, although permanent or pitched tents are available upon request. The camp restaurants, often part of chain groups like Mugg & Bean, offer reasonably priced dining options.

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