A trip to the Kruger National Park is an unforgettable and potentially life-changing experience. Boasting more than two-million hectares, the Kruger National Park is one of the world’s largest game reserves and a truly remarkable destination. Because of its exceptional size, you can experience amazing diversity - from the scenery and ecosystems to the sighting of the Big Five, hyena, wild dogs, zebra, giraffe, trees and birds.
The particularly scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean, sandwiched between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire water of Table Bay, makes it a unique city. Enjoy the bustling harbour, world-class beaches, unrivalled vineyards and the mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna.
Situated on an unusually shaped peninsula, at the extreme southwestern tip of Mauritius. The little fishing village of Le Morne is best known for its iconic rocky crag, Le Morne Brabant.
The UNESCO accredited World Heritage Site presides over the entire Le Morne area which serves as a popular tourist centre. Travellers, can look forward to relaxing on the idyllic white-sand beaches, swimming, snorkelling, surfing or kiteboarding in the exquisite reef-protected lagoon. Highlights includes, Domaine Des Grands Bois (an impressive 2,000-acre park inhabited by a variety of wildlife such as stags, deer, monkeys and exotic birds.
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USD $7,045 - $8,035
GBP £5,408 - £6,168
ZAR R101,140 - R115,360
EUR €6,144 - €7,008
International flights not included.
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What to Expect on This Safari
This popular itinerary can be customised to match your budget and travel dates by adding/removing a few days or selecting different lodges
1 to 3
Encounter the atmosphere of a classic safari lodge
You will fly directly from OR Tambo Airport, Johannesburg to Skukuza Airport where you will be met on arrival and transferred to the Lion Sands Tinga Lodge. This will be your home for the next three nights with all your activities, local drinks and meals included.
The lodge is situated in the magnificent Lion Sands Game Reserve and features nine private suites - making it a very personal experience. Built around an enormous Jackalberry tree, which is reputed to be over 200 years old, the deck offers magnificent views of the river where you'll be able to spot resident wildlife, including the members of the Big Five and hear the constant rush of life from the Sabie River on your doorstep, night predators and birds chiming in.
Meals: Full Board
4 to 7
Enjoy the bustling harbour
After spending three nights in the Lion Sands Tinga Lodge, you’ll be transported to Skukuza Airport for your flight to Cape Town International Airport. On arrival at Cape Town International Airport, you’ll be met and transferred to the Cape Grace where you'll stay on a bed and breakfast basis for four nights.
The hotel is nestled on a private quay in Cape Town’s bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront between a working harbor and the serenity of an international yacht marina. From the globally-inspired offering at the hotel’s restaurant Signal to the whisky, wine and cocktails from the popular Bascule Whiskey, Wine and Cocktail Bar. Relax at The Spa at Cape Grace, which offers luxurious spa treatments.
During your stay, spend a half day (morning or afternoon) exploring the Cape Point gate and Chapman’s Peak. Enjoy scenic views of the Atlantic coastline as you drive past Clifton, Camps Bay and Hout Bay. You will be taken to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve to admire the view. You'll also be driven through Simonstown and visit the African Penguins at Bounders Beach.
Experience a full day Winelands Tour - wine tasting in Franschhoek, photo stop at the Groot Drakenstein Prison where Nelson Mandela was released in February 1990 and Hells Hoogte Mountain Pass to Stellenbosch.
Meals: Bed and Breakfast
8 to 14
Fall in love with the Indian Ocean Water
You will be transferred to Cape Town International Airport for your flight to the magical island of Mauritius. On arrival at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, you’ll be transferred to The St. Regis Mauritius Resort where you will stay for the next seven nights on a half board basis (dinner, bed and breakfast). The resort is a five-star luxury resort, with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean water.
On the southwestern side of the island, the soft white sand of Le Morne Beach and its turquoise lagoon create a magical setting where lavishly appointed accommodations and pampering converge.
Here, you will be given the opportunity to enjoy kite surfing, windsurfing and SUP (stand up paddling), scuba diving, water skiing, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, glass bottom boat, catamaran cruise and boat trips as well as big game fishing.
Meals: Half Board
Enjoy your last breakfast in the Le Morne Peninsula before you will be collected at The St. Regis Mauritius Resort and transferred to Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport for your scheduled flight back to OR Tambo International Airport, where you will board your connecting flight back home.
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