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Ngala Walking Safari

An exhilarating Walking Safari in the African bush, there is nothing that can come close to this in terms of getting up close and personal with wildlife. The Ngala Game Reserve shares a unfenced border with the Kruger National Park offering up Africa's "Big 5" and countless other species of mammals and birdlife. Walking safari, Night drives are part and parcel of life within the Reserve.
  • Safari Information
  • - Departure; Scheduled and tailor-made departure dates
  • - Duration; Minimum of a 2 night stay is required
  • - Lodging; Safari Camps
  • - Group Size; Minimum 2
  • - Note: Travel insurance is compulsory for all safaris
Day 1: Ngala Game Reserve
- On arrival in the Ngala Game Reserve we check-in and get our selves comfortable.
- A orientation talk on what to do and what not to when walking in the wilds of Africa.
- We start our first walking safari in the late afternoon before being collected in a 4x4 vehicle for our evening game drive and sun downers.
- Returning to our lodge for a hearty al fresco dinner

Days 2 - 3: Ngala Game Reserve
- Over the next two days our safari itinerary goes something like this;
- Early starts to the day with a 4 to 5-hour walk.
- Returning to the lodge for brunch and siesta time, relax around the pool or in the library.
- Afternoon high tea is followed by a short game drive to where we start a short and scenic stroll through the bush.
- Sun downers and a evening game drive back to our lodge for dinner and a few laughs on the happenings of the day.

Day 4: Safari Ends
- A short morning walk followed by brunch and off we go, back to the airport for our connecting flights and/ transfers.

  • Rates on Request, Lodge Dependant
  • 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
  • - 3 Nights accommodation in luxury tents
  • - All meals, game drives in open vehicles
  • - Soft drinks, local beers, house wines and local brand spirits
  • - When walking accompanied by an experienced armed ranger
  • Safari Excludes
  • - Curios, gratuities
  • - Imported alcohol of any kind
  • - Transportation to and from lodge
  • - Government levy

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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).