6 Day Wilderness Southern Kruger Safari
Join this 6 day Kruger Park wilderness safari starting in the south of the Kruger National Park and over the period of six days moving up through the central and then the northern regions of the Kruger Park.
SERVICES OF A HIGHLY QUALIFIED PROFFESIONAL GUIDE AND THE HIGHEST PAID IN THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK.
- Five Nights Private en-suite fully serviced Chalet Accommodation two to three camps.
- 5 Breakfasts
- 5 Dinners
- Courtesy Binoculars on vehicles
- Extended Open Vehicle Game Viewing drives Morning and Afternoon.
- A Night Safari conducted by National Parks Rangers.
- Collection and Drop Off after the safari from any hotel in Johannesburg or Pretoria in our own Luxury vehicles with professional drivers.
- Transport for the Entire duration of your safari.
- Daily Conservation and Entrance Fees.
- Bottled Mineral Water
- Welcome Gift from Nhongo safaris.
Collection in Johannesburg. Between 06h00 and 07h00am from your hotel or OR Tambo Airport. This safari package allows you to visit two to three camps within Kruger either from the South to the Central region or if up in the North from Letaba to Satara Camp returning to Phalaborwa for a flight out.
Collection from MQP or KMIA: If you’re flying into Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, your Game Ranger will pick you up off your midday flight. Then there’s a leisurely 40 minute’ drive up to the Kruger National Park, where we enter the game-rich Southern region of the park by the Numbi Gate.
Day 1: Johannesburg - Kruger Park (D)
On entering the Kruger Park through the Numbi Gate we make our way on towards the camp of Pretoriuskop for a lunch break before departing on our first game drive of the day where we have the opportunity of spotting Rhino, Elephant and other species of Antelope doing what they do best eating. We make our way to our Camp for the evening arriving just before gate closing time. After checking in you’ll get a chance to freshen up in your chalet before joining others for dinner at the camp’s restaurant. Your guide will let you know the time to meet him outside the restaurant.
Day 2 : Kruger Park (B D)
Everything starts early in the Kruger park in order to have a greater chance of seeing game, we depart from the camp and get on the road when the gates open. We’ll stop at one of the picnic areas en-route to our next camp for breakfast hoping to spot our elusive Leopard or possibly finding a pride of Lions on the prowl. After breakfast we continue on our game drive looking out for any birds of interest or antelope along the way. You’ll see plenty of Zebra and Wildebeest grazing on the open grass plain, tall elegant Giraffes, their heads among the branches of the acacia trees, and a family of Elephants crossing the road ahead of you. You’ll see plenty of birds too – there are more than 500 species present in the Park during our summer months. We’ll get back to camp at mid afternoon and this will give you time to relax before dinner and then departing on your Night Safari. A National Parks ranger will be in charge of the two-hour night drive in an open sided truck.
Day 3 & 4: Kruger Park (B D)
Today we’ll slowly make our way up to next Camp, arriving for check in after 14h00pm allowing you time to check in and have a break from the vehicle before departing late afternoon on another game drive before dusk and the camps gates close, or if you prefer relaxing in the camp for the rest of the afternoon you may do so enjoying listening to the birds singing in the trees or just taking a nap. Dinner is in the restaurant at 19h00pm where your guide will discuss the event for the next day.
Days 5: Kruger Park (B D)
After a good nights rest, we depart early once again for an early morning game drive, returning to camp for breakfast, before making our way slowly back to the Southern edge of the park to our last camp for the evening. Check in will be late afternoon and dinner at 19h00pm in the restaurant.
Day 6: Kruger Park – Johannesburg
It’s time this morning for your last game drive, hoping to spot as many species of antelope, and cats before breakfast. Enjoy your last mornings breakfast and drive in the park before departing by 10h00am and slowly making our way back to Nelspruit to change over to your transfer vehicle back to Johannesburg arriving late afternoon.
Drop-off back at Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport
If you’re flying out of one of the airports close to the Kruger Park, you will probably be lucky enough to spend an extra couple of hours viewing game. Your guide will ensure that you leave the park in plenty of time to catch your flight from either Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) or Mpumalanga Airport (MQP)
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