Day 1: Kruger Park and the Panorama Route Tour - Pilgrim's Rest Kruger Park and the Panorama Route Tour - God's Window Kruger Park and the Panorama Route Tour - Pilgrim's Rest.
Leaving Johannesburg we visit the rural community of Pilgrim’s Rest, set in the mountains of the eastern escarpment, with a vivid and exciting history from the days when gold was revealed in its streams. We wind our way down to border of Kruger Park, our accommodation is not an ordinary lodge, it was created by the vision of Chief Mduli and is an experience that serves as an extension of their tribal culture. Meals: Dinner and Breakfast.
Days 2 - 3: After a voluntary visit to the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre it’s onto 'the real thing' the Kruger National Park. A wildlife safari is a journey with a potential sighting around each corner. This is a wildlife enthusiast’s delight with all the elements of the thrilling bushveld!
Kruger Park and the Panorama Route Tour - Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre Kruger Park and the Panorama route - Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre Kruger Park and the Panorama route - Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation
Your informed guide will fill you with information and fascinating experiences about wildlife from the 'big' to the small yet just as important. Entrance and unlimited game viewing with your guide is included, and open safari game drives in the Kruger Park can be prearranged at an additional cost. Meals: Dinner and Breakfast.
Days 4 - 5: Kruger Park and the Panorama route. The Timbavati Private game reserve is situated on the unfenced western boundary of the Kruger Park, all the lodges are privately owned and yours is a classic African safari setting which offers a blending of wilderness and isolation with simplistic luxury. You have all the privacy and comfort you need for never-ending relaxation. Meals: Full Board.
Day 6: Kruger Park and the Panorama route - Kruger Park Kruger Park and the Panorama route - Kruger Park Kruger Park and the Panorama route - Kruger Park.
An early morning safari for perchance a last glimpse of lion or rhino and then we return to camp for our breakfast before packing up and departure for Johannesburg.
How this holiday can make a Difference:
- Phumulani Lodge. Chief Nduli's dream was that tourism would one day guarantee local employment and community expansion, the lodge is 100% owned by the Mduli Trust, which is intensely committed to the social, environmental and economic well being of its staff members and community.
- Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. The rehabilitation of wildlife is an extremely costly business and is not in the official mandate of any government organization. Therefore visitors to the center will be providing vital financial support so they can maintain the invaluable work of rehabilitation as well as educating children and other visitors who have the benefit of spending moments at Moholoholo.
- Kruger National Park. The National and Provincial Parks preserve the biodiversity of the country which is in turn conserved for future generations to enjoy and benefit from. Mandated to uphold opportunities for research, this benefits the continuous sustainability of the countries wildlife and natural resources. In turn as is the case most of the time the economy of the area adjacent to the national parks is dependent on tourism.
- Timbavati Game Reserve. Is one of oldest private game reserves adjacent the Kruger National Park run by a team of devoted professional conservationists. The Timbavati was established in the 1950's by a number of conservation minded landowners who shared their resources for reciprocal benefit and to benefit the flora and fauna in the area.
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