Kruger National Park is not only rich in wildlife - over 3000 years ago, people have already lived here and left spectacular rock art for us to marvel at today. On this package, you will realize the historical significance as soon as you set foot in your luxury lodge.
Combined with excellent game viewing with a professional guide, this is one of the best ways to learn more about the natural environment and an important part of South Africa's past.
You will have a chance to see all of the Big Five from an open safari vehicle, which is an exhilarating adventure you will never forget. Your luxury accommodation, fine dining and the outstanding service of lodge staff will ensure a memorable safari experience.
This morning you will depart from Johannesburg on an early morning scheduled flight to Nelspruit. On arrival you will be met by a representative for your transfer through Kruger National Park to your luxury safari lodge. Arrival is just after midday where you will enjoy a welcome drink before being taken through to your room where you can settle in.
You will have time to freshen up before meeting back at the main camp after which you will depart on your first exciting open safari vehicle game drive inside Kruger Park. Sundowner drinks are served during this game drive where you can enjoy the African sunset before heading back to the main camp for dinner in the open air boma.
Following your early morning wake-up call with coffee/tea and rusks, you will head out on a morning game drive in an open safari vehicle during which your ranger will track African wildlife such as Lion, Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino and Cheetah. You will return to your luxury lodge for brunch. The midday period is spent at leisure so you will have time to relax at the pool with a good book or even take an afternoon siesta at the spa.
After high tea and snacks you will be taken out on an open safari vehicle game drive which also doubles as a night drive since you return to the lodge after sunset. This will give you the opportunity of spotting the nocturnal animals in their natural habitat inside this wildlife park. A traditional African dinner is served on your return to the camp. Discuss the days' sightings around the fire before turning in for the evening.