6 Days from$1840 p/p in USD
The perfect South African safari for families who enjoy seeing amazing wildlife. As well as three nights in Kruger National Park, you’ll also visit the world’s third largest canyon, go on a bush walk with cheetah at a wildlife rehabilitation centre and interact with elephants at an elephant sanctuary – all in all a remarkable experience for families!
Safari types:Big Five Safari, Family Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Kruger National Park
Wildlife:Birds, Big Five, Cheetah, Antelope, Zebra, Giraffe, Hyena, Warthog
Activities:Game Drive, Walking Safari, Nature Walk
Getting around:4x4 Safari Vehicle, Transfer Vehicle, Domestic Flight
Start/end:Start/end in Johannesburg
Price Per Person – ZAR
From R25,200 person sharing
Please request a quote for more than 2 people and/or family groups
- Road transfers to/from JHB
- Transfers from/to the airport
- Transport during the tour
- Local guides
- Information services
- Entrance fees
- Some meals as per program
- Bottled water
- International flights (from/to home)
- Some meals as per program
- Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
- Tips (tipping guideline US$10.00 pp per day)
- Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees etc.)
- Additional journeys and transfers
- Extra activities like night drives and game walks
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Bubezi Safaris‘
- All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
- ‘Bubezi Safaris‘ reserves the right to change the content and price of the itinerary
- All itineraries are subject to availability
Day by Day Overview
On arrival at the airport you’ll be met by a representative from Bubezi Safaris. Then leave for the Panoramic Tour in the spectacular Drakensberg, along the way seeing Long Tom Pass, Blyde River Canyon (third largest canyon in the world), the Three Rondavels, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Wonder View, Pinnacle Rock, Lisbon Falls and Mac-Mac Falls. Stop for lunch (own account) and arrive at the lodge in the late afternoon. Enjoy dinner in the evening.
Overnight: At the lodge, dinner is included
Guests will kick-start the day with steaming hot coffee and homemade rusks before venturing out at around 6:30 am. Depending on their age, young children will join in open game drive vehicles for safety reasons. At around 8:00 am guest return to sit down to a sumptuous breakfast buffet. At Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre you will be able to see the animals up close and maybe get to touch and interact with some of them. Bush walks provide a unique opportunity for nature lovers and adventure seekers to experience the amazing African wildlife up close.
Later on depart for Kruger National Park stopping for refreshments and lunch along the way. Arriving at the gate of the park you transfer to a specially designed 4×4 safari vehicle and enjoy game viewing on the way to the camp in afternoon.
Overnight: Lodge, lunch and dinner for your own account
Rise before the sun and head out on a morning game drive in a 4×4 safari vehicle in search of wildlife, including the ‘big five’, originally named because they were known to be the five most dangerous animals to hunt in days gone by. From the safety of an open safari vehicle, while looking for wildlife, visit waterholes, lookout points and beautiful picnic spots, stopping at regular intervals to stretch your legs and enjoy some refreshments. Head back to the camp where you can spend the hot midday hours relaxing at the pool, browsing through the curio shop or watching animals from the deck. In the afternoon enjoy another game drive.
Overnight: Lodge, all meals for your own account in the restaurant
Today you leave the park and head to a lodge where you can relax overlooking Kruger National Park.
Overnight: Lodge, dinner included
After breakfast you depart for the town of Hazyview to visit the elephant sanctuary where you enjoy a guided tour with a fully trained elephant guide. You’ll have a full elephant introduction in the forest and tour the sanctuary and stables, including interacting with elephants, perhaps walking hand-in-trunk with elephants. Afterwards you’re transferred back to Johannesburg where the tour will end and you say your goodbyes.