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Feature adventure holidays
We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Kruger & Beyond
Transport - Minibus, on foot
Accommodation - Hotel (1 nt), camping (6nts), fixed camp (2nts), chalets (2nts).
Meals - 10 breakfasts, 8 lunches & 10 dinners.
We often have multiple itineraries so please check to see which itinerary is suitable for you, by selecting the relevant tab.
The tour starts at the Johannesburg hotel. Please meet your tour leader in the hotel reception at 12.00. Johannesburg lies at the centre of the range of rocky hills named the Witwatersrand, literally meaning ‘ridge of white waters’. It was on this ridge that the world’s richest gold fields were discovered little more than 100 years ago, leading to the settelemnt of this area. Jo’burg or E’Goli ‘the City of Gold’ is the heart of the emergent nation of South Africa. This afternoon you head out on a township tour of Soweto - an exciting opportunity to get an insight into contemporary life in South Africa, and to learn about the history of one of South Africa's best known townships.
Riviona Road Lodge (AAA) – 1 night
Please make sure that if you explore Johannesburg on your own that you take advice of where it is safe to walk, especially in the evening. There have been isolated attempts of robbery in recent times and although unpredictable the risk of these can be minimised by taking local advice.
Departing Johannesburg early this morning we travel into the heart of KwaZulu Natal where we camp at an Eco-Lodge just 20km from Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park.We explore the reserve on game drives and visit a hide overlooking one of the waterholes, to watch the animals come down to drink.Covering over 96,000 hectares Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park is home to the largest population of White Rhino in the world due to conservation efforts. The park is also home to lions, elephants, leopards, giraffes, buffaloes and wild dogs.
Camping (CS) - 2 nights (Bx1 Lx2 Dx2)
550kms, +/- 7.5 hours, excluding stops for sightseeing & lunch.
This morning we leave the game reserve and visit a Zulu village with a local community guide.Then travelling northeast to the coast brings us to the remote and beautiful Kosi Bay Nature Reserve.Kosi Bay's location means the the wildlife experience is on two fronts, with a picturesque jungle with wild fig and monkey orange trees, and grazing area for hippos, as well as a mangrove and coral reef teeming with aquatic life.While here we go kayaking in the mangrove and snorkelling over the coral reef.
Camping (CC) - 2 nights (Bx2, Lx2, Dx2)
180kms +/- 2 hours, excluding stops for sightseeing.
Swaziland; Hlane NP
Driving north (350 km) you reach the small landlocked kingdom of Swaziland today and Hlane National Park. The name Hlane means ‘wilderness’ and here you’ll go on a game drive with a local guide in classic bushveld country, on the lookout for elephant, white rhino, giraffe, kudu, zebra and more.
Amangwane Tented camp (CC) - 2 nights (Bx2, Lx2, Dx2)
350kms +/- 6 hours, excluding border formalities and stops for sightseeing.
Crossing back into South Africa, your journey takes you to Kruger National Park (120 km) and some of the finest game viewing in Africa. On arrival, head out for an afternoon game drive in search of the ‘big five’ – lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. You'll also embark on 2 epic game drives the following day (game drives last approx. 2 hours each).
Camping (CS) - 2 nights - Swimming Pool (Bx2, Dx2).
170kms +/-2.5 hours, excluding border formalities and lunch stop + 3 x 2 hour game drives.
Blyde River Canyon
Today walk the Blyde River Canyon, one of the largest canyons on earth, en route to Graskop. One of South Africa’s most spectacular attractions, the canyon is a great place for a walking tour. The sheer sided walls of the canyon rise over 2,000 metres and the vegetation varies widely from dry, rocky sections to rainforest depending on the altitude. The following day is free for exhilarating white water rafting on the Sabi River. This is however, an optional activity at extra cost. Alternatively, you can choose to embark on a tree top canopy tour (additional charge) or enjoy the countryside on some self guided hiking trails.
Mogodi Lodge (AAA) - 2 bedroom flats - 2 nights - Swimming Pool (Bx2, Lx2, Dx2)
150kms +/-2 hours, excluding stops for sightseeing.
White water rafting - Sabi River
The Sabie River provides 20 rapids (grade 2-3) with areas of scenic vegetation and outstanding wildlife viewing. This 8km route is yielding to the novice, yet accommodating to he thrill seeker within all of us. Swimming, bum sliding and wave surfing with a boogie board at "Lions Rock". Minimum age 12.
Please note tours are dependent on the water level.
You spend the morning at leisure. Then travel with the main group back to O.R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg where the trip ends. (B) 350km +/-5 hours, excluding stops for sightseeing.
Price includes flights, transfers, all accommodation and entry fees, as well as a selection of meals. More info »
Price includes everything listed above, excluding flights and transfers.
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