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07 Day South Africa Addo, Lesotho and Drakensburg North

A 7day safari starting in Port Elizabeth and finishing in Durban, is also offered in the reverse route.  Your first stop is at Addo Elephant Park, one of the best game reserves in the area for enjoy a game drive, before heading to the arid Klein Karoo.  Your journey continues to Lesotho, a traditional country high in the mountains with splendid views and the chance to hike and ride Basotho ponies!  The final nights are spent in the beautiful Drakensberg Mountains before ending in Durban. Both camping and accommodated options are offered.

Safari Highlights

Addo Elephant National Park for game vewing; Klein Karoo; Lesotho for hikes and pony trekking; Drakensbuerg Mountains for panaramic landscapes and further hikes

Safari Accommodation Options

Type Group Safari;
Length 07 days
Countries South_Africa
Accommodation Camping or Accommodated Option
Departures Scheduled Departures
Camping Departures
Various departure days
Departure Dates 2020 8 & 22 January; 5, 19* February; 4** & 18 March; 1, 15* & 29 April; 13** & 27 May; 10* & 24 June; 8, 22** July; 5 & 19 August; 2, 16 & 30*/**September; 14 & 28 October; 11 & 25* November; 9** & 23 December * Guaranteed Departure ** German departure (also conducted in English)
Accommodated Departures
Various departure days
Departure Dates 2020 Same as camping
Group size Min: 4/ Max: 20
Single Supplement Yes
Minimum Age 16 years
Comfort Rating
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Camping Option
Day 1  Kudu Ridge Game Ranch for Addo
Day 2  Profcon Country Cottages campsite Klein Karoo
Day 3&4  Malealea Lodge & camp Lesotho
Day 5&6  Monks Cowl Resort  Central Drakensberg
Day 7  End of tour at Durban
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Accommodated Option
Day 1  Kudu Ridge Game Ranch for Addo
Day 2  Profcon Country Cottages Klein Karoo
Day 3&4 Malealea Lodge Lesotho
Day 5&6  Monks Cowl Resort Central Drakensberg
Day 7  End of tour at Durban
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Price Per Person (based on twin share)
Camping ZAR12,250 Same price all year
Please Note: 2020 rates
Accommodated ZAR16,950 Same price all year
Please Note: 2020 rate
Single Supplement Yes - 2020 Camping ZAR850 Accommodation ZAR1,500
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Day 1   Kudu Ridge Game Ranch, Sundays River Valley for Addo, South Africa

Meet your fellow travellers and crew in PE and our first destination will be to Addo Elephant Park, famed not only for the elephants after which the park was named but for the unique vegetation and diversity.  It is now the 3rd largest park in SA and this afternoon we head out on a game drive to see what animals we can spot. There is an abundance of wildlife including the Big 5

Day 2  Profcon Country Cottages, Graaff–Reinet

Nestled in the heartland of the Great Karoo is the historic and fourth oldest town in the country known as Graaff–Reinet, and we explore learning about the history of this arid region from ancient fossils, local heritage sites and beautiful Cape Dutch architecture. This evening we join a sun–downer trip to the Valley of Desolation and enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the plains stretching out below

Day 3&4 Malealea Lodge,  Lesotho

Today we cross the border into land–locked and autonomous mountain kingdom of Lesotho, climbing our way to our destination set high in the hills and mountains. We explore the mountains on foot and visit a village where we can meet with some of the Basotho people learning about their community and traditions – they’re famous for their hats, blankets and sturdy ponies.  These infamous ponies are renowned for their surefootedness  and you can enjoy an optional pony trek in the mountains heading up and down the steep tracks enjoying the beautiful views . 

Day 5&6 Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort, Central Drakensburg, South Africa

Leaving Lesotho, we travel through the sandstone cliffs of Golden Gate making our way to the Drakensburg Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where we spend our next two nights.  We can enjoy hikes in this stunning area and include a trek to Battle Cave a renowned area with ancient San paintings.  

Day 7  Durban – end

We leave the mountains behind as we drive to the coastline, stopping en–route at a famous site along the way. On 5 August 1962, police waved down a car on a lonely road in KwaZulu–Natal.  At the wheel was Nelson Mandela.  He was arrested and spent 27 years in prison and we take in this site and reflect.  From here make our way to Howick Falls for a photo stop and onto the bustling city of Durban where your tour comes to an end.

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