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Pafuri Walking Safari

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  • - Departure; Every Monday and Friday
  • - Duration; 4 Days/ 3 Nights
  • - Lodging; Exclusive Camping
  • - Group Size; Minimum 4
  • - Note: Travel insurance is compulsory for all safaris
Day 1: Luvuvhu River Bridge
- We meet up at the Luvuvhu Bridge or Pafuri Camp for the start of our walking safari.
- We head off on foot in the direction of our first night's camp.
- At the camp we get settled, thereafter our guides will conduct a safety briefing before we head out for a short afternoon walk.
- On our return to camp, there is time for a hot shower and some drinks before the evening meal, which is prepared on an open fire.
- After dinner we relax around the fire before retiring to bed with the sounds of the African night around us.
- (Lunch and Dinner)

Days 2 - 3: Walking the Pafuri Concession
- We are woken early by the sounds of the dawn chorus, and after a light snack of coffee and rusks, we depart for a morning walk.
- Distance and duration may vary, but can be up to approximately 10 kilometres, or around four to five hours.
- We carry only snacks and water in daypacks and return to camp for brunch.
- After a siesta, we head out on either a short afternoon walk or game drive.
- The direction of the walks and/or drives will depend on local animal activity.
- We return to camp in the early evening to enjoy hot showers, cold drinks and dinner.
- (Breakfast, Brunch and Dinner)

Day 4: Safari ends
- After the customary early wake-up call and breakfast snack we depart for our last morning walk.
- A final hearty brunch before being transferred back to our vehicles.
- (Breakfast)

  • Rates from: ZAR 4 200.00
  • 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
  • - Accommodation
  • - All meals
  • - Mineral water
  • - Scheduled activities
  • Safari Excludes
  • - Flights
  • - Visa
  • - Compulsory comprehensive insurance
  • - All drinks except for water
  • - Gratuities
  • - All other travel arrangements pre and post the safari
  • - National Park fees
  • - Any new Government taxes, levies, fuel or industry increases that are beyond our control

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