Mpumalanga Panorama route, Kruger National Park and surrounds
Min Persons Required:
Panorama route, Night walk, 2 full days in Kruger National Park, Bush walk, Bush breakfast, Treehouse accommodation
Per Person Sharing Rate: R 7,145.00 Valid 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2016
Single Rate: R 7,695.00 Valid 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2016
Children Under 12 Rate: R 3,795.00 Valid 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2016
We collect you from your hostel or Johannesburg Airport and travel via Dullstroom or Nelspruit to TREMISANA LODGE in the Big Five Balule Game Reserve. Transfer to an open Landcruiser for a Sunset Drive. After dark, spotlights are used to locate nocturnal animals. Dinner will be a Bush Braai at the new Marula Tree Boma. Overnight in en suite chalets at Tremisana.
Awaken at sunrise for an exhilarating day of unforgettable bush life. Drive to a remote part of the Balule Game Reserve, where you enjoy a 4h Bush Walk. Your experienced field guide will lead you through the bush. The thrill of following Africaís large animals until you can take a photo will remain with you forever. Adrenalin surges will be acute, notwithstanding the presence of your armed ranger. Return to Tremisana for brunch. At 14h00 we offer high tea. At around 15h00 we go on an afternoon game drive. Transfer to Marcís Camp where accommodation is in tents equipped with beds and bedding, soap and towels, electric light and fan. Dinner and overnight at Marcís Camp.
After breakfast you travel on the open-sided Game Viewer to the Orpen Gate of Kruger. The added elevation and absence of windows allow for excellent viewing and photographic opportunities. Your qualified guide will show you various animals, large and small, that frequent this outstanding wildlife paradise. The zone of Kruger you visit has the highest percentage population of giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and impala that attract numerous lions and other predators. Dinner and overnight at Marcís Camp.
We enjoy an early morning Bush Walk accompanied by an armed ranger. You will be shown various interesting details of the bush, including insects, spoor and scats. You have an excellent chance of encountering Buffalo, Nyala and other game on foot. After breakfast, we drive to the Three Rondawels of the Blyde River Canyon. We return you to your hostel or airport at around 17h00.
What to bring:
- Casual neutral-coloured clothes by day and a pullover for the Sunset Drive
- Walking shoes, sun hat, sunglasses and swimming gear
- Suncream and insect repellant
- Flashlight, binoculars and photographic equipment
- Money for drink, personal expenses and lunches in Kruger and on transfer days
- A keen pair of eyes to help us spot all the animals
- all transfers
- all entry fees
- all game drives and game walks
- accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
- 3h sunset big five game drive in big five reserve
- Bush braai
- 4h big five walk with armed ranger
- 2h afternoon game drive on Balule Reserve
- Full day Kruger Park on open vehicle
- Sunrise bush walk with armed ranger
- Blyde River Canyon and Three Rondawels
- All items of a personal nature
General Policies & Disclaimers
TARIFFS include all transfers, all entry fees, all game drives and game walks and accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Excluded are lunches on transfer days and the day spent in Kruger Park, drinks, gratuities and personal items. Tariffs are valid for the full calendar year.
All tariffs are in SOUTH AFRICAN RANDS INDEMNITY FORMS must be signed at the start of your safari. We recommend that you take out insurance against personal accident, medical expenses and baggage loss.
TRANSFERS to and from Gauteng to our accommodation establishments are in airconditioned Toyota Quantums. We offer you excellent security as we conduct door-to-door collection from your homes, hotels, hostels or Oliver Tambo Airport, thus ensuring your safety. Lunchstops are made at Dullstroom or Nelspruit.
Guests on our BUSH WALKS are always accompanied by two armed rangers. Although there is no legal limit to the minimum age of participants, Viva Safaris is informed by the recommendations of FGASA (Field Guides Association of S.A.). FGASA recommends that the minimum age be 16. Tourists aged between 12 and 16 may be permitted to participate in the bush walks as long as their parents take full responsibility in ensuring their children strictly obey all instructions from our rangers.