Our Safaris/Tours include the following:
In a 4x4 Combi up to 6 people all in Lodge or
fixed accommodation (B&B). Includes all meals
and drinking water. Approx budget price
ZAR 2000,00p.p. / day add 15% for only 4 pax add 30%
for only 2 pax.
In a 4x4 Combi up to 6 people partly Lodge
partly camping(max 6 nights). Includes all
meals, drinking water and camping equipment. ZAR
1800,00p.p / day add 15% for only 4 pax add 30% for 2
In a 4x4 Combi up to 6 people only camping (4
days Lodge accommodation). Includes all meals,
drinking water and camping equipment. ZAR
1500,00p.p. / day add 15% for 4 pax add 30% for 2 pax
In a self drive hired 4x4 (camper or
plain depending if they want to camp or lodge)
Same as 3 above but add approx ZAR 1400,00 / day
for vehicle hire, excludes fuel and insurance.
Min pax 2; Max pax 6.
These tours are better
suited for friend groups, or family groups. i.e.
people who know each other before hand.
Let us design your tour for you!
illustration of our itinerary to Limpopo
Province and Northern Botswana...
Arrive OR Tambo. Visit Lion Park near Lanseria in
and Pilansberg or Waterberg Game
Pilansberg or Waterberg.
Botswana: Khama Rhino Sanctuary.
Extra day at Khama
Kubu Island , Makgadigadi Pans (Sowa and
Maun. Excursions over Okavango. Airflips and /or
Maun to Kasane. Chobe River.
Chobe River. Unparalleled game viewing.
Extra day at Chobe or day excursion to Vic Falls.
Nata. Nata bird Sanctuary.
Nata to RSA: Mapungupwe Nat. Park.Ancient
San art, Geology formations.
Venda, Big Tree, baobabs, Venda culture, pottery.
Magoebaskloof. Cycad forest. Modjaji (rain
Return flight to Europe from OR Tambo.
Total 15, 16 or 17 days
excluding flight time to and from Europe.
price: All accommodation, meals
(breakfast, picnic lunch and dinner. Drinking
All transfers, transport.
Entrance to Parks. The
Excluded in price: all
excursions, airflips, golf, horse riding etc.
All drives not in our vehicle. Air tickets. Transfers in Europe.
quoted prices are my Nett
costs. Prices change.
These quoted prices are as
of now (May 2011) and
are budget indications and can
Depart Johannesburg on Friday
morning (afternoon rendezvous also available)
and travel on N12 to Middelburg. Then on to N11
to Fort Merensky and Botsabelo Cultural Village
for visit and lunch. Cross Country via
Elandslaagte to Stoffberg and then on R555
to Steelpoort. En-route visit Geological
Monument at Dwars River. Reach Lodge by late
afternoon. Luxurious accommodation and excellent
cuisine, swimming pools, tennis courts etc.
Early Saturday we proceed on to the trail via
Olifants River crossing, Mafefe, Molaphitse
River, Wolkberg, Legalemetse Nature Reserve, The
Downs, Orrie Baragwanath Pass, Trichardsdal and
on to our Lodge which is again luxurious with
good cuisine. On Sunday we visit Mariepskop area
and we travel through the forested scenic trail
along the foot of the Northern Drakensberg.
Depart district about 15h00 to travel back to
per vehicle and driver and extra for each
additional passenger. Includes all meals,
accommodation, permits, fees etc. Excludes
liquor, wines, beer, spirits and alcoholic
Boabab Trail - Venda:
Thursday evening after work and travel to
Pietersburg on the N1 to luxury lodge in time
for dinner al la carte. Less than three hours
Alternatively travel on Friday morning to reach
rendezvous at Lodge in time for breakfast and
09h30 departure. On Friday we travel via
Soutpansberg to luxury lodge in Venda to arrive
by early afternoon. Lodge is in a game reserve
and adjoins lake. That afternoon we enjoy lake
cruise or game drive.
On Saturday we drive mountain trails on
Soutpansberg. Stunning unspoiled trails with
friendly locals welcoming visitors to their
district. Visit legendary places and sights.
Return to Lodge by late afternoon fireside
On Sunday enjoy game drive and then depart to
visit the biggest tree in Africa right in Boabab
country. We return to Gauteng via the
Soutpansberg to reach home by evening.
for vehicle and driver and additional cost per
passenger or Friday morning rendezvous for
vehicle and driver and additional cost per
Wheel drive vehicles are not essential. 4x2
vehicles with good ground clearance and
diff-lock can do most of the trail. Experienced
registered national guide
accompanies you and is in radio contact with you
at all times.