This safari takes in South Africa’s Kruger National Park, Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park & KwaZulu Natal coastline along with Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Swaziland. Enjoy searching for the Big 5 in wildlife–rich locations, experience sugarcane plantations, spectacular beaches and coastal areas. Additional nights can be added in Kruger National Park to make a 7–8day trip.
Kruger National Park – game drives; Swazliland for Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and beautiful landscapes where all the animals belong to the King; Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park renowned for its rhino breeding programme; KwaZulu Natal coastline with boat cruise and night drive.
|Type||Group Safari; Private Guided Safari;|
|Departures||On Request Departures|
|Group size||Min: 2|
|Minimum Age||2 years
|Please Note||Subject to availability of
Day 1 Pretoriuskop Rest Camp Kruger
Day 2 Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary Swaziland
Day 3&4 Hilltop Camp Hluhluwe Imfolwezi
Day 5 The Golf House Kwa–Zulu Natal Dolphin Coast
Day 6 Durban – end
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Depart Johannesburg our destination today will take us to the world–renowned Kruger National Park to enjoy a game drive in open 4x4 safari vehicles and the chance for great wildlife sightings.
After an early morning game drive, we leave Kruger for the landlocked Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland and the varied landscapes from mountains to grassy plains and cascading waterfalls, tonight is spent in Swaziland Royal National Park, where all the animals belong to the King, and your lodge tonight is renowned for conservation work within the country
Returning to South Africa, today brings us to Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Game Reserve, made famous for its breeding programme of both black & white rhino, bringing these magnificent creatures back from the brink of extinction! Day 4 is filled with wildlife! Besides the Big 5, watch out for bushbuck and nyala and the area is a bird watcher’s paradise – enjoy a morning game drive, along with a sunset drive
After a final game drive and breakfast, continue to South Africa’s first World Heritage Site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park where we join a 2hours boat cruise on the St Lucia Estuary. Many crocodiles, hippos and birds make the estuary their home and there’s ample photographic opportunities. After lunch, continue to our accommodation along the Dolphin Coast.
There’s time this morning to go for a walk along the beach or to enjoy a swim in the warm Indian Ocean before continuing to King Shaka Airportedit me