Start your journey at one of South Africa's best Game Reserves and end your safari at the world’s largest inland delta. A Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve and Okavango Delta safari is the ideal way to create everlasting memories.
Explore the remarkable natural sanctuary of the Sabi Sands and experience the exceptional game viewing including the Big Five: leopard, lions, buffalo, white rhinos, elephants as well as most other large ungulates common in Kruger.
In one of the world’s few inland deltas, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the magical world of islands and waterways from land, air and water. Expect to sight the elusive Sitatunga antelope while birds such as the African fish eagle, Pel's fishing owl and many others provide a spectacular display.
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USD $4,407 - $5,719
GBP £3,473 - £4,508
ZAR R63,115 - R81,915
EUR €3,872 - €5,026
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
Welcome to Notten's Bush Camp
Today your South Africa adventure starts. On arrival at the Kruger/Mpumalanga International Airport, you will be transported to the Notten’s Bush Camp - which will be your home for the next three nights with all your meals included. The Camp is located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park.
Here, you’ll have the opportunity to experence unique walking safari's and Big Five game viewing. With splendid panoramic views, this private game lodge is the perfect place for peace and relaxation while watching animals meander past. Your adventurous game viewing discovery can be followed by a lazy hour in the sparkling pool or having a massage at the Nature spa.
Meals: Full Board
4 to 5
Enjoy bush walking
After spending three nights at Notten’s Bush Camp, you will fly out of South Africa into Botswana arriving at Maun Airport. On arrival at Maun Airprt you will be transferred by air to Gunn’s Camp. This will be your home for the next two nights with all your meals and activities included.
Explore bush walks, fishing, birding, mokoro ride and boat cruise like no other. Gunn’s Camp is ideal for honeymooners or guests looking for a more intimate and personalised safari experience.
Meals: Full Board
6 to 7
Experience safari traditionalist
Your next stop will be Pom Pom Camp, the jewel in the heart of the Okavango Delta within the Matsebe concession area. The camp overlooks a scenic lagoon and is nestled under grove shady trees. You will stay on a full board basis for two nights.
Discover hippos that grunt and frolic in front of the permanent lagoon that is surrounded by miles of reeds - as well as enjoying game drives, mokoro excursions, boat cruises, game walks and fishing.
Meals: Full Board
We're sad to see you leave
Today is your last day on the Southern Africa safari. Enjoy your final morning activities followed by a leisurely breakfast before being collected at the lodge and transferred through to the airstrip for your scheduled flight back to Maun International Airport, where you board your connecting flight back home.
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