This 5 Day South Africa Luxury Safari will allow you to experience Africa's breathtaking beauty firsthand. You will encounter with true wilderness adventure where the only sound you will hear at night is the lion or hyena calling from a distance. At the lodge's watering hole, experience the thrill of seeing herds of elephants or a lone rhino. South Africa is one of the least popular safari destinations due to a number of other top attractions, such as cosmopolitan Cape Town, the nearby Wine lands, the lovely beaches of the Garden Route, and the lofty peaks of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg. However, South Africa has some truly outstanding locations for wildlife viewing, offering a much greater ecological diversity than some of its neighbors.
Tzaneen to Sabie
Kruger National Park
You will be picked up from Johannesburg's O. R. Tambo International Airport upon your arrival. You will take a trip from Johannesburg to the only cultural heritage site in Limpopo, the Makapan Valley. It covers 151 years of Ndebele history, including wars of resistance. People here are conscious of the site's importance to everyone as they commemorate the past and there are also ready to tackle the same issues that communities faced. The Cave of Hearths is one of only two Stone Age sites where artifacts from the earlier to later Stone Ages can be found in a continuous sequence. Makapan's Valley began their friendship with humans in the middle of the 17th century. You will stop for lunch en route to Tzaneen after the site visit. You will make a stop at the magnificent Debengeni Waterfall on the way to Tzaneen. You'll spend the night in Tzaneen.
You will get up early in the morning and eat breakfast at 7:00 a.m. before departing for Rain Queen Village. The Modjadji, also known as the Rain Queen, is the hereditary queen of the Balobedu people of South Africa's Limpopo Province. The Rain Queen is said to possess special abilities, including the capacity to command the clouds and precipitation. Following your visit to the village, you will travel to the Blyde River Canyon, a noteworthy natural feature of South Africa that is situated in Mpumalanga and makes up the northern portion of the Drakensburg escarpment. It is typically about 750 meters (2,641 feet) long and 25 kilometers (16 miles) in length. Red sandstone dominates the canyon's structure. At Mariepskop, the canyon's highest point, 1,944 meters (6,378 feet) above sea level, while the river exits the canyon at a slightly lower elevation of 561 meters, is the canyon's lowest point.
After breakfast on this day, you will visit the forestry museum and a few of the most stunning waterfalls before taking a leisurely drive to Kruger National Park. You'll go on an afternoon game drive in the park. You'll go on an afternoon game drive in the park.
You'll get up at 5:00 a.m. and spend the day going on game drives. It will be done initially inside Kruger National Park on an open-air game drive with a local field guide. You will enter the park. First and foremost, you must consume your breakfast. Following that, you will spend as much time as you can explore the southern regions of Kruger, where the majority of the wildlife can be found. Your return to Hazyview will happen in the late afternoon. Your tour will come to a close with a South African braai (barbecue) that includes a vegetarian option.
Before you head back to Johannesburg, you will first stop for breakfast. You will stop along the way to buy crafts and gifts and visit some interesting locations. You will be dropped off your Hotel or Airport which will make the end of your Safari.