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4-Day Kruger National Park

4-Day Kruger National Park - Johannesburg, South Africa

Duration: 4 days
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

From USD
$679.00

Discover the Kruger National Park on this amazing 4-day trip. Take a sunset drive to see nocturnal animals and then go on morning and afternoon safaris to see the animals during their most active time of day before returning to Johannesburg.

Depart Johannesburg early on Day 1 and drive to Kruger National Park ... More info ›

Discover the Kruger National Park on this amazing 4-day trip. Take a sunset drive to see nocturnal animals and then go on morning and afternoon safaris to see the animals during their most active time of day before returning to Johannesburg.

Depart Johannesburg early on Day 1 and drive to Kruger National Park. Take a sunset drive this evening to see nocturnal animals. On Days 2 and 3 rise early for a 3-4 hour morning safari to see the animals during their most active time of day. Enjoy free time at camp to swim or watch birds from the viewing platform, then take an afternoon game drive to see more animals. Take your last morning game drive on Day 4 before returning to Johannesburg arriving at night.

Day 1: Johannesburg – Kruger Park (D)

Today you will be picked up at a pre-determined meeting point in Johannesburg. Depending on where you are staying in the city your pick-up time will be between 6:00 - 8:00am. Travel for about 6 hours through the Highveld and Lowveld areas and admire the wide open African bush and scenic landscapes. We will make a stop for lunch (not included) before reaching Kruger National Park in the afternoon. Get settled in your accommodation and then grab your camera for your first game drive around sunset.

A shared sunset game drive will allow you the chance to see nocturnal animals with a Kruger Park ranger in a Kruger vehicle. This game drive is shared and there will be other guests on the drive.

Return to camp for a three course meal under the stars served with a glass of wine. If you prefer alternative snacks or drinks, you can purchase them at the camp store. Get a good night’s rest and recharge your batteries for an exciting day ahead!

 

Days 2 & 3: Full Days in the Park (2B/2D)

Safaris are all about early mornings, getting out there and seeing animals! On these days, after an early wake-up call (the time varies according to the seasons and park gate opening times), we have tea or coffee & muffins. Your morning safari will last about 3-4 hours with a knowledgeable guide who will explain interesting facts about the park and animal behaviour.

Return to camp for a midmorning breakfast/brunch and then relax for a while. Take advantage of your free time to take a nap, go swimming, visit the park shop, or take a walk around the camp. In the afternoon you will take another game drive to spot more wild animals and big game. Return to the camp this evening for a rewarding and delicious dinner and stories around the campfire under the starry night sky.

All safari game drives are conducted in a 4x4 open-sided vehicle for the best wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities. The vehicles have a roof to protect passengers from sun and light rain.  

 

Day 4: Kruger Park – Johannesburg (B)

Today we will say goodbye to the fabulous Kruger Park on our last morning game drive and our last chance to spot the elusive animals we didn’t see during our trip. Have breakfast back at camp and then make the 6-hour drive back to Johannesburg today passing through the Lowveld and Highveld with beautiful scenery. We recommend guests to plan on sleeping overnight in Johannesburg tonight. You will be dropped off at a pre-determined meeting point.

Note: On the last day, we plan on being back in Johannesburg between 5pm and 6pm, however, because we have multiple drop-off points we cannot guarantee any specific return time. If you are flying out of Johannesburg on the same day, please don't book any flight departing before 8pm. 

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3-Day Kruger National Park Safari

3-Day Kruger National Park Safari - Johannesburg, South Africa

Duration: 3 days
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

From USD
$529.00

Discover the Kruger National Park on this amazing 3-day trip. Take a sunset drive to see nocturnal animals and then go on morning and afternoon safaris to see the animals during their most active time of day before returning to Johannesburg.

Day 1: Johannesburg – Kruger Park (D)

Today you will be picked up at a pre-determined meeting point in Johannesburg ... More info ›

Discover the Kruger National Park on this amazing 3-day trip. Take a sunset drive to see nocturnal animals and then go on morning and afternoon safaris to see the animals during their most active time of day before returning to Johannesburg.

Day 1: Johannesburg – Kruger Park (D)

Today you will be picked up at a pre-determined meeting point in Johannesburg. Depending on where you are staying in the city your pick-up time will be between 6:00 - 8:00am. Travel for about 6 hours through the Highveld and Lowveld areas and admire the wide open African bush and scenic landscapes. We will make a stop for lunch (not included) before reaching Kruger National Park in the afternoon. Get settled in your accommodation and then grab your camera for your first game drive around sunset.

A shared sunset game drive will allow you the chance to see nocturnal animals with a Kruger Park ranger in a Kruger vehicle. This game drive is shared and there will be other guests on the drive.

Return to camp for a three course meal under the stars served with a glass of wine. If you prefer alternative snacks or drinks, you can purchase them at the camp store. Get a good night’s rest and recharge your batteries for an exciting day ahead!

 

Day 2: Full Day in the Park (B/D)

Safaris are all about early mornings, getting out there and seeing animals! After an early wake-up call (the time varies according to the seasons and park gate opening times) we have tea or coffee & muffins. Your morning safari will last about 3-4 hours with a knowledgeable guide who will explain interesting facts about the park and animal behaviour.

Return to camp for a midmorning breakfast/brunch and then relax for a while. Take advantage of your free time to take a nap, go swimming, visit the park shop, or take a walk around the camp. In the afternoon you will take another game drive to spot more wild animals and big game. Return to the camp this evening for a rewarding and delicious dinner and stories around the campfire under the starry night sky.

All safari game drives are conducted in a 4x4 open-sided vehicle for the best wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities. The vehicles have a roof to protect passengers from sun and light rain. 

 

Day 3: Kruger Park – Johannesburg (B)

Today we will say goodbye to the fabulous Kruger Park on our last morning game drive and our last chance to spot the elusive animals we didn’t see during our trip. Have breakfast back at camp and then make the 6-hour drive back to Johannesburg today passing through the Lowveld and Highveld with beautiful scenery. We recommend guests to plan on sleeping overnight in Johannesburg tonight. You will be dropped off at a pre-determined meeting point.

Note: On the last day, we plan on being back in Johannesburg between 5pm and 6pm, however, because we have multiple drop-off points we cannot guarantee any specific return time. If you are flying out of Johannesburg on the same day, please don't book any flight departing before 8pm. 

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Chavonnes Battery Museum Admission Ticket

Chavonnes Battery Museum Admission Ticket - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$9.05

The Chavonnes Battery are the Archaeological Ruins of a Dutch East India Company Fort buried for 140 years, a tangible connection to life in Cape Town from 1600 to 1900, host to a robust schedule of International Photographic Exhibitions.

Your journey commences in reception where you can don an 18th Century Tricorn hat and take a photo with the authentic working 9 pound Muzzle Loaded Cannon. The museum offers free wifi and you are welcome to take pictures and check-in.

On the mezzanine level we invite you to marvel at the International Photographic Exhibitions rich in content and relevant in terms of contemporary thinking and topics,

Then step below sea-level among the ribs of this old VOC Fort, built in 1724 of Table Mountain rock and cement of sea shells gathered and then burned...on the only site you can touch the sand of the original shoreline at the “Cape of Storms / Good Hope”

Experience the 17th and 18th Centuries, a time of the battle for the high seas and the treacherous journey to the spice and silks of the East ... More info ›

The Chavonnes Battery are the Archaeological Ruins of a Dutch East India Company Fort buried for 140 years, a tangible connection to life in Cape Town from 1600 to 1900, host to a robust schedule of International Photographic Exhibitions.

Your journey commences in reception where you can don an 18th Century Tricorn hat and take a photo with the authentic working 9 pound Muzzle Loaded Cannon. The museum offers free wifi and you are welcome to take pictures and check-in.

On the mezzanine level we invite you to marvel at the International Photographic Exhibitions rich in content and relevant in terms of contemporary thinking and topics,

Then step below sea-level among the ribs of this old VOC Fort, built in 1724 of Table Mountain rock and cement of sea shells gathered and then burned...on the only site you can touch the sand of the original shoreline at the “Cape of Storms / Good Hope”

Experience the 17th and 18th Centuries, a time of the battle for the high seas and the treacherous journey to the spice and silks of the East. For the soldiers, sailors, slaves and adventurers, the strategic importance of good hope and of rivalry between Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, French, English, Swedes and Danes that required massive fire power and huge cannons.

Who were the locals, what did it look like and what life was like, is what you will discover in detailed models, exhibits, displays and large information panels. Make a wish in the water well and save a thought for those they couldn't save with the Rocket Lifesaving Apparatus,...

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Joburg and Soweto with lunch Half Day

Joburg and Soweto with lunch Half Day - Johannesburg, South Africa

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

From USD
$62.62

Enjoy an orientation of the city of Johannesburg with a special visit to Soweto where you’ll get to see the Hector Pieterson Museum. Hector Peterson has become an iconic image of the Sharpeville Massacre, due to a photograph published across the globe ... More info ›

Enjoy an orientation of the city of Johannesburg with a special visit to Soweto where you’ll get to see the Hector Pieterson Museum. Hector Peterson has become an iconic image of the Sharpeville Massacre, due to a photograph published across the globe. Today, June 16 is the National Youth Day to honor Hector Peterson and the then-young people who fought against Apartheid rule. A memorial dedicated to one of the fallen heroes is not be missed!

                            

  • Johannesburg City Orientation
    Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa, by population and is also known as Jozi or Joburg. There are plenty of historic and attractive sites in Joburg like the Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill or the Hector Pieterson Museum.
     
  • Soweto Orientation
    Soweto is considered the biggest township in South Africa. It has been estimated that 40% of Johannesburg's residents live in Soweto. However, the 2008 Census put its population at 1,3 million. Nelson Mandela lived in Soweto from 1946 until 1961.
  • Hector Pieterson Museum
    The Hector Pieterson Museum, situated in Soweto, commemorate the role of the country’s students in the struggle against apartheid. The commemorative site is just a few blocks from where 12-year-old Hector Pieterson was shot in 1976.

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Ushaka Marine World in Durban

Ushaka Marine World in Durban - Durban, South Africa
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Durban, South Africa

From USD
$49.40

Durban's world class saltwater aquarium, Ushaka Marine World will have young and old delighted! With over 30 indoor and outdoor exhibits, Ushaka Marine World includes a variety of marine life - see a dolphin, penguin and seal show, and marvel at the intelligence of these animals.

Enjoy an afternoon out at Durban's favorite family attraction: Ushaka Marine World. This world class facility comprises a saltwater aquarium with over 30 indoor and outdoor displays, and exhibits South Africa's unique Indian and Atlantic Ocean marine life ... More info ›

Durban's world class saltwater aquarium, Ushaka Marine World will have young and old delighted! With over 30 indoor and outdoor exhibits, Ushaka Marine World includes a variety of marine life - see a dolphin, penguin and seal show, and marvel at the intelligence of these animals.

Enjoy an afternoon out at Durban's favorite family attraction: Ushaka Marine World. This world class facility comprises a saltwater aquarium with over 30 indoor and outdoor displays, and exhibits South Africa's unique Indian and Atlantic Ocean marine life.

At the end of Durban's Golden Mile is the beginning of a new world of fun, entertainment end excitement. Ushaka Marine World, spanning over 15 hectares of prime beach front, is Africa's largest marine theme park. Incorporating fresh and sea water, lush vegetation, natural materials and the recreation of a 1920's cargo ship wreck, Ushaka Marine World has created a magical world of sea and marine life.

The park is made up of 5 zones:

Sea World
Aquarium, dolphinarium, seal pool, dive tank, snorkel reef and lots more

Phantom Ship
Culinary delights at the Cargo Hold and Upper Deck

Wet 'n' Wild
A fun fresh water world of slides and pools for the adrenaline junkie

Ushaka Beach
Non-stop beach and surf action

Village Walk
There's nothing to beat the marine theme shopping adventure

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2-Hour Educational Visit: Big Cat Sanctuary in Stanford

2-Hour Educational Visit: Big Cat Sanctuary in Stanford - Stanford, South Africa

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Stanford, South Africa

From USD
$16.70

Come and visit one of the few true and ethical big cat sanctuaries in South Africa. The knowledgeable and passionate staff/volunteers will educate you about each species and their individual uniqueness, in addition to their heart-warming personalities! On your visit you and your small group can expect to observe, photograph and enjoy the majestic lions (brown and white), the cheeky black leopard and the powerful Bengal tigers, in addition to the striking Caracals ... More info ›

Come and visit one of the few true and ethical big cat sanctuaries in South Africa. The knowledgeable and passionate staff/volunteers will educate you about each species and their individual uniqueness, in addition to their heart-warming personalities! On your visit you and your small group can expect to observe, photograph and enjoy the majestic lions (brown and white), the cheeky black leopard and the powerful Bengal tigers, in addition to the striking Caracals.  The tour lasts 1,5 - 2 hours. Prebooking is essential!

Visit an ethical sanctuary for any captive bred big cats in need of rescue in Stanford, South Africa. Animal welfare is the top priority and with educational visits, the sanctuary shares their heartfelt stories to raise important awareness about the big cat industry worldwide. The animals are protected and will prosper for the rest of their lives at the sanctuary. 

One of the sanctuary's main purposes is to be an educational platform where its staff creates awareness about conditions big cats face in captivity, and how animal welfare and enrichment play a vital role in giving them the best captive life possible. It's a true sanctuary where no cub petting, breeding or trading takes place, and its staff takes pride in speaking on their behalf!

The tour concludes at the sanctuary. 



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