Kruger National Park full day Guided Safari
We call it the animals paradise it is true, Africa’s greatest wildlife sanctuary. The true home of famous African Big Five- Elephant, Leopard, Lion, Rhino and of course Buffalo and many more. Our full day Kruger Park safari will give you an unbelievable impression of this iconic destination. We say if you have never been in kruger, you have never been on holiday, is a life-changing experience. Don’t left behind go for it.
Price from R900 / R1300 per person.
Panorama Route Tour
This spectacular day tour provides an outstanding opportunity to see some of Mpumalanga's most impressive scenery. We take you to the Blyde River Canyon, the third largest Canyon in the world, View the boundless vistas of the Lowveld from God's window, the three Rondavels, Blydepoort Dam, Visit the quaint and historic town of Pilgrim's Rest, and explore the extraordinary rock formations at Bourke's Luck Potholes, Bourke's Luck Potholes at the confluence of the Treur and Blyde rivers is one of the most remarkable geological phenomena in the country which have been gradually eroded by the Treur River.
Price from R900 / R1100 per person.
Endangered Wildlife Special Tour
The experience you will not forget…It’s more educational, it’s exciting and, for those passionate about wildlife, nature and conservation it will be for you. You can chose between the two highly successful conservation centers committed to preserving our wildlife, and experience a behind the scenes look at the extreme dedication and skill of our animal conservationists. It’s truly inspiring. We can visit Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre. Moholoholo is the largest rehabilitation centre in South Africa, and learn about techniques employed on injured, poisoned and abandoned animals and birds of prey. The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) is a unique project which conducts essential research on endangered species and provides the opportunity to view the animals in their natural surroundings. (HESC) has established itself as one of the leading private research and breeding facilities for endangered species in the country. The centre developed from a cheetah breeding centre. Guided tours are conducted hourly and start with a video presentation where fascinating background information on these beautiful animals, the research and the current breeding project is presented in the auditorium. Visitors are then guided through the research and breeding centre by experienced guides -more than 60 cheetahs including the extremely beautiful King Cheetah can be viewed. An introduction to the world of the 'painted wolf' or Cape Hunting Dog, a visit to the 'vulture restaurant' and other rare animals concludes the tour.
Price from R650 to R800 per person