Hazyview • Sabi Sand • Greater Kruger National Park • Hazyview
- Participating in a Kruger and Sabi Sand Tented Safari is a back to nature experience, no en-suite bathrooms or electricity! We provide the best possible portable bush showers and toilets. Our catering is 5-star ‘bush cuisine’ provided by a back up team of a chef and camp assistants. So while we do not expect you to help in any form of camp life please bear in mind that this is a camping safari all be it a first class safari experience.
The Kruger and Sabi Sand Tented Safari starts in Hazyview Mpumalanga, close to the Kruger National Park. Several wilderness camp sites have been identified within the Greater Kruger National Park where a personal chef and qualified field guides ensure your memorable ‘Tented Camping Safari’. Enjoy five star bush dinners under the stars and game viewing from open safari vehicles. Stay in comfortable walk-in safari tents with the best possible portable bush showers and toilets. Game viewing has never been this exciting with the possibility of viewing some of the nocturnal animals such as lion and hyena who have often been viewed around the camp!
Experience the excitement and seemingly forbidding tension of back to the bush in true style.
Day 1: Greater Kruger Park (D)
|Clients depart Hazyview by 13h30 (allowing clients to connect on the Johannesburg shuttle if necessary) in an open safari vehicle with a quick stop at the local store, where you can use this opportunity to acquire personal necessities, as there are no shops at our camp sites. The areas we use, offer excellent game viewing – we can expect to see general game, possibly lion and elephant and maybe even an elusive leopard. Each site that we utilize, are situated in areas of unspoiled natural beauty, and are rich in bird and animal life. On arrival, guests are shown to their tent before meeting for sundowners and dinner. We hope to be in for a noise-filled, exciting evening!|
Day 2: Kruger Park (BD)
|An early rise accompanied by tea and coffee, before setting out to explore one of Africa’s greatest game reserves. From our privileged private wilderness sites we have the freedom to access areas rarely visited. Chances of seeing one or all of the famed ‘Big Five’ are excellent, and of course the smaller plains game species and our wonderful African bird-life is prolific. Morning safaris are complemented by delicious ‘bush breakfasts’ and a siesta is always possible during the heat of the African day! As the afternoon cools down, we make our way back into the bush for an exciting evening safari by spotlight.|
Day 3: Greater Kruger Park (BD)
|Early morning wake up accompanied by tea, coffee and biscuits before proceeding on a morning game drive until brunch, which is served at a picnic site. We spend the remainder of the day exploring the reserve before returning to camp for a late afternoon siesta. Dinner is served around our campfire and opportunities exist to view game by spotlight from the camp site.|
Day 4: Greater Kruger Park (B)
|Our only ‘sleep in’ of the safari. After brunch we drive back to Hazyview not without searching for that final memorable game sighting. Back in Hazyview by 12h30 (giving clients time to connect with the Johannesburg shuttle at 12h30 if required) where the Kruger and Sabi Sand Tented Safari terminates.|
Kazangula • Chobe National Park • Kazangula
• Camping safari within the Chobe National Park renowned for having the highest densities of elephant in Africa.
• Unique outdoor camping experience in private sites.
• 3 Hour river boat cruise.
• Open safari vehicles allow for superb photographic opportunities.
• Tour in specially adapted, 4×4 10-seater open safari vehicles.
• Discover Chobe National Park with our professional Tour Guides.
• Walk-in safari tents complete with bedding and towels.
• 1 Lunch.
• 2 Dinners.
• 1 Brunch.
• 1 Breakfast.
• Chobe National Park fees included.
• Participating in the Chobe Wildlife Tented Safari is an authentic nature experience where there will be no en-suite bathrooms or electricity! The Chobe National Park is completely unfenced and so too are the exclusive campsites we use, however we will endeavor to make your trip as comfortable as possible with the knowledge that this is a true bush experience with no fences or tar roads in sight!
• No children under 12 permitted.
With no en-suite toilets, and no electricity, your Chobe Wildlife Tented Safari promises a truly unique and remarkable tented safari experience in the world renowned Chobe National Park. Guests are however still guaranteed to experience excellent bush cuisine and all necessities, such portable hot showers and toilets provided. Sit back and relax as you are encouraged to enjoy this amazing experience while the camp staff ensures that you are comfortable and well attended. The unfenced camp is set up in exclusive sites within the Chobe National Park, enhancing the bush experience with no sight of tar roads and fences and where game is able to roam freely through the camp. Expect to see an abundance of wildlife including elephant, rhino,
crocodiles, buffalo and a prolific birdlife.
Day 1: (Sat) Chobe National Park (LD)
We depart Kazangula Border Post between 08h30 and 09h00 and proceed to Kasane for the opportunity to purchase any personal beverages, as there are no shops within the park. After a short briefing, we commence on an exhilarating 3 hour boat cruise into the Chobe National Park, easily one of the highlights of this trip. From aboard the boat, one gets the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic birdlife, hippo, crocodiles
and of course, scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. On arrival at ‘white sands’ you will be welcomed by your guide for the remainder of your safari and proceed to do a game drive to our ‘wilderness’ camp site. After a hearty lunch and some time to ‘settle’ into your tents we embark on an afternoon game drive, this being the best time of day to see Chobe’s large herbivores making
their way down to the river. We return to camp shortly after sunset for dinner and evening drinks around the camp fire.
Day 2: (Sun) Chobe National Park (BD)
This morning we wake you at dawn with a friendly Botswana ‘dumela’ (good day) with warm water in your basins, to freshen up. After a quick cup of tea or coffee, we head off on an early morning game drive. This is the best time of day for searching for the big cats as they are still active and chances of seeing them are good. Around mid morning we return to camp for a delicious ‘bush brunch’, followed by a siesta to escape the heat of the day. As it starts to cool off, we head out for another afternoon game drive in search of further wildlife activity. Chobe National Park has a wide variety of game from cats to large herbivores with elephant and buffalo being a highlight. However there are also the rarer game like puku and roan antelope, along with many more common antelope on offer too. Once again return to camp after sunset for dinner to reflect on the day while being accompanied by the un-forgettable sounds of the African night.
Day 3: (Mon) Chobe National Park (B)
Another ‘dumela’ dawn wake up and after a scrumptious cooked breakfast we ensure all your luggage is securely packed before heading out of the Park on our final game drive. This last drive may even prove to be the best and will with the others remain etched in memory as a truly great African experience. Return to Kazungula by 09h00 where the tour ends.