With this 4-day trip, you may go on a quick but exciting safari. We’ll venture outside into South Africa’s imposing African bush. You will go on many daily game drives, a full-day safari in the Kruger Park, a full-day trip of the Panorama Route, and a bush walk. Experience the thrilling interactions with various creatures. The essential characteristics of this bush trip are quality, exclusivity, professionalism, and individualized instruction. Join us as we explore the amazing wonder of Arica.
When you arrive, our shuttle partner will meet you at the O.R. Tambo Airport bus station at 07h45. At around 13:20 (private transfers can be arranged), you will be dropped off at Balule Olifants West Gate. You will be picked up at the gate by one of our guides, who will then take you through the bush to your safari lodge in the Balule Private Nature Reserve. The “reserve” is home to the Big Five as well as numerous other animal and bird species. You will be given a drink as a warm welcome when you arrive. You can unwind on the terrace and take high tea after settling into the genuine rondavel that has been allocated only for you. The wildlife drive safaris are one of the attractions of the trip. Allow one of our knowledgeable guides to take you on an unforgettable bush trip. They will take you in an open safari vehicle within a few meters from the wild animals.
Get up early for a full day of exploration in the Kruger National Park. The Kruger National Park, or simply Kruger Park, is a sizable game reserve located in the northeastern South African provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga, close to the borders with Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It is one of Africa’s most well-known game parks. Kruger Park is 380 kilometers long, 60 km wide on average, and covers a total area of about 20,000 km2. Kruger Park is well-known for its large range of animal species in addition to its vastness. As a result, Kruger is home to the greatest variety of wildlife on the entire African continent.
We’ll have the entire day today to tour the Panorama Route. The Panorama Route is situated in the northeastern Mpumalanga Province beside one of the region’s greatest forested areas. The third-largest canyon in the world, the Blyde River Canyon, serves as its focal point. The route begins at the base of Long Tom Pass, descends to the Lowveld Plains, and comes to an end close to the border with the province of Limpopo. The region that the Panorama Route travels through is mostly distinguished by its abundance of waterfalls. Other well-known natural wonders are God’s Window Lookout, the Three Rondavels’ grass-covered mountains, and the rock formations at Bourke’s Luck Potholes. There is a significant historical significance to the Panorama Route. Many of the locations along the road, including Pilgrim’s Rest, Graskop, and Sabie, were built during the Gold Rush (the search for gold) in the late 1800s.
Discover the little secrets of the bush and smell, taste, and learn about the traditional applications for the wild herbs. A substantial breakfast is waiting for you at the lodge, and then it’s time to say farewell. You will continue on your road transport to Johannesburg O.R. Tambo (private transfers can be arranged). We will leave at 09:40 and get to Johannesburg between 17:00 and 18:00.
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