A 5 day safari welcomes you to the wilderness of the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand Game Reserve, where exploring the vast plains provides close encounters with lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo and rhino on foot, or from an open game viewing vehicle with your ranger.
- Safari drives in the Kruger Park and Sabi Sand Game Reserve
- Bush walk in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve
- Wildlife viewing in big game country
Day 1: Johannesburg to Tydon Safari Camp, Sabi Sand
You will be collected from the airport or nearby hotel and we make our way towards the Tydon Safari Camp, Sabi Sand Game Reserve adjacent to the Kruger Park. After checking in to your room, we embark on a sunset/ evening safari game drive in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, renowned for its abundance of Leopards. (D)
Day 2: Kruger National Park Safari Drive
After an early morning safari drive in the Kruger National Park which provides excellent photographic opportunities, we return to the camp in mid-morning to enjoy a healthy breakfast. Spending some down time in camp and having a light lunch we depart in the afternoon for a safari drive in the Kruger Park. (BLD)
Day 3: Sabi Sand morning bush walk and afternoon safari drive
This morning you will be exploring the African bush on foot, which is a once in a life time experience coming close to wildlife in their natural environment. Note that the appropriate clothing and shoes are required for a bush walk. Preferable long paints and leather boots are a must. Arriving back at the camp mid-morning, breakfast will be served. After breakfast, time is spent relaxing during the heat of the day by the pool side. A light lunch will be served. We will depart for a safari drive in the afternoon searching for leopards, lions, buffalo, elephant and rhino in the company of an experienced guide. (BLD)
Day 4: Kruger National Park safari drive
After an early morning safari drive in the Kruger National Park, we return to the camp in mid-morning to enjoy a healthy breakfast. Spending some down time in camp and having a light lunch we depart in the afternoon for a safari drive in the Kruger Park in search of wild animals and bird species. (BLD)
Day 5: Transfer to Johannesburg via the Panorama Route
Today you will be leaving the Tydon Safari Camp and head back to Johannesburg via the scenic Panorama Route which includes a visit to Gods Window, Lisbon Falls and town of Graskop, before arriving in Johannesburg at approximately 5:30pm. (B)
Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Departure dates: There are no fixed departure dates for this tour and are as per your
preferred dates with a minimum of 2 people.
Tour Prices (2017):
Per person sharing: US$ 1,050
Deposit: US$ 400
Outstanding Amount: Payable 2 months prior to tour
- Airport transfer
- Transportation during the tour
- Luxury accommodation
- Meals as per itinerary
- Safari drives in the Sabi Sand Reserve and Kruger Park
- Bush Walk in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve
- International airfare
- Medical and travel insurance
- Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
- Personal expenses
- Optional activities
Why Travel With Eko Tracks
Variety: Our large variety of products, offer great travel opportunities for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts with a passion for nature.
Expertise: With an intimate scientific knowledge of the African savanna and its wildlife, first-hand personal travel experiences and destination expertise, we offer a wealth of information to our clients.
Network: Having lived in Africa for more than 40 years and drawing on extensive long term business relationships we provide you with specially selected quality products.
Dedication: We are passionate about Africa with its large vistas, a plethora of wildlife unmatched anywhere else, and a diversity of cultures unique to this continent. But above all, we are dedicated to conservation through education.
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“I learned a lot about conservation that I didn’t before especially about the elephant problem, and the effects of game farming, hunting, poaching in SA. Mary, Veterinary Field Study 2018
“This was an amazing program and I would do it 10,000 times if I could. I learned so much and got to participate and see so much that I never would have in any other program. Amanda, Veterinary Field Study 2018
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