- Three nights of thrilling wildlife encounters in three reserves of the Greater Kruger area.
- Return transfers from Johannesburg to Greater Kruger Park or self drive option.
- Thrilling game viewing in Thornybush Game Reserve.
- Full day open vehicle safari in Kruger National Park.
- One night in Klaserie Reserve experiencing Africa on Foot.
Thrilling encounters with African Wildlife visiting three reserves of the Greater Kruger providing game viewing at it’s best.
The shuttle leaves the city early to get to the Greater Kruger at noon. After checking into Tom Cats Safari Inn and enjoying a light lunch in the garden it is time to leave for Thornybush Game Reserve and the first of the three reserves. Thornybush Game Reserve is a highly productive introduction to game viewing at its best. The photographic opportunities are excellent and the professional guides know how to line up that shot. The game drive goes on until after dark: the best time to seek out the big cats. Dinner is served back at Tom Cats Safari Inn before falling into bed in the en suite twin bedded accommodation and listening to the night sounds.
The morning start is at dawn with the open vehicle collecting guests and heading to Orpen Gate of Kruger National Park for a full day’s thrilling wildlife encounters, and productive birding. Meals are served at one of the picnic spots and a cold box of drinks is close at hand. The game drive will wind back to camp in the late afternoon in time for sundowner drinks and dinner.
On day three the morning is at leisure with a later wake up and a relaxed breakfast. The gardens at Tom Cats and the adjacent dam provide some brilliant birding and there is fishing in the dam or relaxing at the sparkling pool to pass the morning. In the late morning we depart for the adjacent Klaserie Game Reserve the last of the three reserves. Lunch is served before the afternoon’s game viewing. Accommodation is in 5 en suite rooms and a central lounge and dining area and pool that make up the main areas.
The thrilling game viewing at Africa on Foot is often a wildlife encounter while walking with an armed guide and perhaps even tracking one of the big five. Morning outings tend to be more walking while the afternoon game drive progresses into a night drive. Dinner is mostly served under the stars in the open air boma where a camp fire is made and tables set around the fire.
Morning brings a walk and yet another wildlife encounter with a professional guide. The smaller game is pointed out while on foot and animal tracks provide a fascinating challenge.
Breakfast is served back at camp with loads of cold juice for the thirsty intrepid trailists and a hearty cooked meal before departing to meet the shuttle back to the city.