South Africa, Botswana and Mozambique
Day 1 and 2 - Tuli Safari Lodge
Cross border through from SA to Botswana
Tuli Safari Lodge is ideal place to get away from it all. Located on the serene banks of the famous Limpopo River, this charming lodge boasts a rich blend of modern comforts and exotic Botswanan beauty. Fitted with life's little luxuries and nestled within the idyllic Tuli Block, this certainly is a timeless corner of Africa where nature and culture combine in spectacular wildlife, breathtaking landscapes and fascinating history.
If you are looking for laidback comforts amongst nature's finest, Tuli Safari Lodge is the place for you. Surrounded by majestic rocky outcrops, blanketed by emerald green plant life that is thriving with exotic African creatures, can you think of a better place to relax and forget all your worries?Read more...
Cross border through from Botswana to SA
Day 3 and 4 - Leokwe Camp
Come and share memorable moments in the Lush Limpopo river valley, sipping sundowners at the confluence of the celebrated Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, where three countries unite in the renowned Mapungubwe National Park. Gaze at eagles soaring over African skies, heed the echo of elephant trumpets, embark on a tree top hike or simply relax, unwind and soak in the superb surroundings. Found in a spectacular flourishing sandstone flanked valley and set amongst mopane scrub and mixed woodland, is Mapungubwe Park's main rest camp, Leokwe Camp. Located in the eastern section of the Park, this historical self catering camp has a rich cultural atmosphere with a typical Vendan Village design.
The bird life is abundant and the confluence of two great rivers has a lookout with a number of observation decks which provide impressive views across the rivers below and give a birds-eye view of this delightful area.. indeed the whole neighborhood with its rocky valleys and craggy outcrops scattered with large Baobab and riverine forest trees give the impression of being a raptor paradise. The boardwalk which goes to the hide surveying the river is a wonderful place to have a picnic and do some riverine woodland birding.Read more...
Day 5, 6 and 7 - Pafuri Camp
Pafuri Camp lies in the wildest and most remote part of the famous Kruger National Park. It is home to a large variety of vegetation, offers fabulous game viewing and provides the best birding opportunities in the Kruger National Park. This region also boasts a wealth of folklore from early explorers and ancient civilisations. Pafuri Camp is well known for its fever tree forests, beautiful gorges and Crooks' Corner - where the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers as well as three countries (Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique) meet.
Pafuri Camp is situated between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers in the northern sector of the Kruger National Park, South Africa. This 24,000 hectare area is recognised as one of the most diverse and scenically attractive areas in the Kruger National Park and is called either the Pafuri triangle or the Makuleke Concession- as it is the ancestral home of the Makuleke people.
Pafuri Camp provides access to what is considered to be one of Kruger's biodiversity hotspots: home to some of the largest herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as leopard and lion, and incredibly prolific bird life. In May 2007, the biological significance of the area was recognised when it was declared as a Ramsar Site - a wetland of international importance.Read more...
Day 8 - Letaba
Letaba rest camp, the "river of sand" is one of the Kruger Park’s premium lush, green getaways, shaded under the gaze of the area’s prominent sycamore fig tree. The tone of this camp is comprised of the impressions of its gorgeous setting, the vibrant plant and animal populations of the area lending it a lively, colourful tone.
Accommodation at the camp is facilitated in a series of sixty tent sites, complete with electricity points and communal ablution and cooking facilities, as well as electric hotplates and washing up facilities. Furthermore, three-bed huts are available, with fridges, fans and air conditioners, and perimeter or river views; elevated two-bed and four-bed safari tents are offered, all permanent units, with fridges, standing fans and verandas. A further eighty thatch African style bungalows are available, each unit equipped with en-suite bathroom units, air-conditioning or fans, and kitchenettes.
Guest cottages have en-suite and separate bathrooms in each unit, air conditioning and ceiling fans, outdoor braai (barbecue) facilities and kitchens. Finally, the guest houses offered are luxury units, occupying prime locations for guests, with riverside views, microwave ovens and limited-channel DSTV televisions. Melville guest house sleeps nine people. Fish Eagle guest house sleeps eight, and has its own bird hide.Read more...
Cross border through Giriyondo Border Post (Kruger to Mozambique)
Day 9 - Sunset Beach Lodge
These perfectly located, privately owned self catering Villa's are on the first dune, all with 180 degree views of the warm Indian Ocean and only a stones throw from the beach. This location is ideal for your perfect family holiday. The estate has 24hr guards and boomed access control to ensure a trouble free holiday.
Sunset Beach is a resort situated in Chidenguele, 70 Kms north of Xai-Xai, in EN1, Mozambique. Here you will be able to acquaint yourself with a typical African landscape and at the same time enjoy the leisure facilities this resort has to offer. It is an ideal opportunity for you to experience the colourful scenery, the excellent white, clean sandy beaches that are perfect for swimming, fishing and all sub-aqua activities.Read more...
Day 10, 11, 12 and 13 - Flamingo Bay Water Chalets
A delightful concept in luxury accommodation that brings you closer to the Indian Ocean exists at Flamingo Bay, hosting you on water chalets built on stilts oven the Indian Ocean, with beaches surrounding the lodge.
Located 485 kilometers north of Maputo, Flamingo Bay is situated within the tidal bay of Inhambane in Mozambique. The clear waters of the Indian Ocean swirl about beneath the lodge and guests are safely and comfortably carried off to sleep at night by the sounds of the waters below. Nearby, guests scuba dive, snorkel, quad bike, windsurf or laze the day away on the sandy beaches of this ocean paradise.Read more...
Day 14 - Back to civilisation
- More or less days can be added to this safari.
- Safari starts and ends Hoedspruit.
- The 1st nights accommodation in Hoedspruit can be included if requested. This is necessary to depart early the next morning for Tuli.
- Road charters and flights to and from Johannesburg can be included if requested.