Safari’s in Southern Africa

South Africa is one of the top vacation destinations packed with superb wildlife, award-winning lodges, world class villas and intimate boutique hotels. The country’s excellent tour infrastructure offer holiday package, combining classic safari game viewing & relaxing beach breaks. Cosmopolitan Cape Town offer the Winelands and the beautiful Garden Route.

Steeped in history and legend iconic Kruger National Park is the most popular of all safari tours and offer visitors the opportunity to explore its spectacular African wildlife and vast landscapes. Classic safaris offer interaction with Tsonga’s who stay in traditional bee-hive huts and guarantees Elephant sightings along the ancient Elephant route.

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The classic Eco safari offer unique wilderness experiences and is the ideal place for guided walking tours. The big five can be viewed and accommodation is offered in ecofriendly camps with low lightening and only natural materials is used. The tented safari is guaranteed to balm your soul with its tranquility, rugged beauty and accommodation in timber decked tens is offered at the Lebombo foothills.

The Kruger National Park offers an experience like non-other and was established in 1898, home to 336 trees, 34 amphibians, 49 fish, 507 birds, 114 reptiles and over 147 mammals. The game rich landscapes reminds of ancient land and for many people the visits to the park highlights spending time at the waterholes. The park creates peace and calmness and the rhythm of nature offer inspiration in its silence.

Staying in the park include views of zebra, elephants, waterbuck and numerous bird species. Camps like the Skukuza offer modern conveniences like large shops, mobile phone reception and several curio shops. Pre-breakfast drives include buffalo and kudu views and sightings of leopards and rhino. Due to the parks remoteness two vehicles are required to travel together at all times and the ruggedness of the terrain limits game viewing of large herds of buffalo. The Mtshawu Dam offer close up views of crocodiles and hippos.

The southern camps include walking trails, views of wildebeest, baboons, buffalo, zebra and elephants and its highlights include leopards, along the trails tea snacks is offered. Luxury lodges is offered, at bordering hotels and self-catering villas, offering swimming pools, spas and rides into the part to view the lions, impala, buffalo and elephants.

Parking next to a waterhole offers the most amazing animal watching and is a true reflection of the wilderness. For visitors the park is the ancient pasts heartbeat and the landscapes dominated by hill and valleys is ruled by the sheer vastness of its landscapes.

Horse trail safaris takes visitors over the mountainous edges and creates an memorable experience with campfire stories, guides also share the history of gold miners and the established game rangers are roughened men who knows the best places to find great views of the big five.

The what to bring list for a Krugerpark visit include safari clothing, sleeping bags, hat for sun, sun clock, camera’s and flashlight for staying at one of the camps. Kruger National Park a wealth of wildlife, experienced by unforgettable game drives, visitors catch a glimpse or rare predators, and for visitors who prefer not to stay at camps, luxurious accommodation is available bordering the park.

A safari in South Africa can be one of the world’s most rewarding travel experiences.