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Buffalo Rock Tented Safari

  • Safari Information
  • - Departure; Scheduled and tailor-made departure dates
  • - Duration; 3 Days / 2 Nights
  • - Lodging; Tented Camp
  • - Group Size; Minimum 2
  • - Note: Travel insurance is compulsory for all safaris
Day 1: Kruger National Park
- For those who are travelling from Johannesburg it is a early start from the Kruger area.
- Officially we depart Hazyview at around 12h30 in a safari vehicle heading into the Kruger National Park.
- From the moment we enter the National Park we are on the look out for possibly lion and elephant and maybe even an elusive leopard.
- We stop at Skukuza for a lunch break (own account), an introduction talk on the Kruger and some last minute shopping before heading deep into the bushveld.
- Leaving Skukuza we head for our home for the next few nights, Buffalo Rock Tented Camp.
- look forward to sun downers, chit chat around the camp fire and dinner.
- (Dinner)

Day 2: Kruger National Park
- Wakey wakey, some tea and coffee is waiting!
- We head off on our morning game drive, with the chance of seeing the Kruger Park's famed "Big Five".
- We drive on a few public roads, but most of the time we are in a private concession rarely visited by anybody other than us.
- Wildlife and birdlife is prolific.
- We stop at one of the main rest camps for lunch (your own account).
- returning to our camp in the late afternoon.
- Dinner around a camp fire discussing the highlights of the day.
- (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 3: Kruger National Park
- Another morning game drive is on the cards after tea and coffee.
- After brunch we head back slowly towards Hazyview arriving around 12h30.
- Those who are connecting back to Johannesburg depart.

  • Rates from: ZAR 5755.00
  • Per person sharing
  • Rates are in South African Rands
  • *Rates may vary according to season
  • Flights (return);
  • UK - RSA; from £ 611
  • USA - RSA; from $ 1390
  • EUR - RSA; from € 495
  • Subject to availability & T&C's

  • Safari Includes
  • - Tour in 10-seater open safari vehicles
  • - Professional tour guides
  • - 2 Breakfasts, 1 Brunch and 3 Dinners
  • - Kruger National Park Conservation Levy included
  • Safari Excludes
  • - Local and International Flights
  • - Visas
  • - Insurance
  • - Items of a personal nature
  • - Gratuities
  • - Activities not included in above itinerary

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  • Kruger Park Map

  • Kruger Park Map
  • Our Map with all the lodges and safari camps that we have on offer within South Africa's most famed of National Parks. Each and every establishment has been pin-pointed on a scroll-able and zoom-able Google map for your viewing pleasure.
  • Getting to the Kruger

  • Getting to the Kruger
  • There are so many options on how to get the National Park from Johannesburg or Cape Town, fly, drive or be driven. Here is our guide on the various options that are available across all price points.
  • Nearby Kruger Activities

  • Nearby Kruger Activities
  • Whilst offering up some of the best wildlife safaris on the African continent, there may be a morning or a day where one needs to take a break and do something completely different, here is a list of recommended options.
  • Kruger Mammal List

  • Kruger Mammal List
  • Interested in spotting the famed "Big 5" well that might just be easier than you might expect with estimated numbers as follows; Rhinoceros +-7000 (both white and black), Buffalo +- 27000, Leopard +- 2000, Lion +- 2800 and Elephants +- 12000.
  • Kruger Bird List

  • Kruger Bird List
  • The National Park herself and surrounding private games reserves offer without question some of the finest birding in Southern Africa, with over 500 species (some that are found nowhere else).