Departs from: Nelspruit Kruger (Price on request)
Highlights: Direct flights from Nelspruit Kruger to Livingstone in Zambia makes it possible to combine a Kruger Safari with a trip to the Victoria Falls recognised as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. From Livingstone it is only a short road transfer to Kasana in Botswana which serves as an excellent Gateway to the Chobe National Park
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Highlights: This Tour focuses on offering guests the opportunity to not only seek and photograph the African animals they dream about seeing but also to get the opportunity to look some of them in the eye and to learn about the plight of South Africa’s wildlife. Includes both a Private Game Reserve as well as Kruger National Park Safari experiences.
Departs from: Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport (Price on request)
Highlights: This Tour is aimed at guests who would like to make the most of their visit to Mpumalanga by spending a night on the Escarpment followed by a Full day Tour of the Blyde River Canyon region before heading down into the Lowveld region below to visit both the Kruger National Park as well as Maputo in Mozambique.
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