Other Safari Activities
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Other safari activities
Kruger National Park
It is the oldest and the biggest of South Africa’s twenty-one national parks. It covers a massive 18989 square kilometres, extending about 350 kilometres from North to South and 60 kilometres from east to West. That is just shy of the size of Belgium. The diversity, density, and quality of its wildlife make it one of the most enticing national parks on the planet.
It is not only rich in flora and fauna, but there is evidence of early humans going back to over 1.5 million years ago. There is evidence of ancient villages, art and archaeological remains dating back to ancient times. We can find up to two hundred places considered world heritage sites due to the presence of rock art and other structures.
Our typical safari tour in the Kruger National Park takes the whole day. Our trained and seasoned guides take you around in air conditioned 4×4 vehicles for a day of unforgettable game viewing experience. Elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, impalas, kudus, hippo etc are some of the animals you will encounter in the Kruger.
The National Park is extensive as we mentioned earlier. Our breakfast and lunch are taken in the open savannah camps. This makes eating itself special considering the location. Just imagine how many people around the world have such an experience!
The Kruger national Park tour includes
- Travel in an air conditioned 4×4 vehicle
- Entrance into the national park
- Side open vehicle for the safari
- Trained guides
Mokoro Safaris, Okavango Delta
A unique and immersive way to explore the pristine waterways of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. A mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe, becomes your vessel for an unforgettable journey through the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Glide through the labyrinthine channels and waterways of the Okavango Delta, one of the most iconic and diverse ecosystems in Africa. The mokoro, poled by an experienced guide, allows you to access areas unreachable by traditional vehicles.
Our knowledgeable local guides, born and raised in the Delta, provide a wealth of information about the ecosystem, wildlife behavior, and the cultural significance of the mokoro in local traditions. Gain insights into the delicate balance of this unique wetland paradise.
The Mokoro safari includes
- Half-day Mokoro Excursions
- Full-day Mokoro Adventures
- Mokoro camping expeditions
Sossuvlei Dunes, Namibia
A mesmerizing landscape in the heart of the Namib Desert, where towering dunes create an otherworldly canvas of colors and shapes. Embark on a journey into the heart of one of Namibia’s most iconic and breathtaking destinations.
Witness the dramatic rise of the Sossusvlei sand dunes, their rich, red hues shifting with the sun’s dance across the horizon. These colossal dunes, some reaching heights of over 300 meters, are among the tallest in the world, creating a surreal and ever-changing landscape.
Explore the hauntingly beautiful Deadvlei, a dry clay pan surrounded by towering dunes. Here, ancient camel thorn trees stand as stark silhouettes against the white pan, creating a scene that feels frozen in time and resonates with a profound sense of stillness.
Set your alarm for an early morning adventure to Dune 45. Ascend the dune in the soft light of dawn and be rewarded with an awe-inspiring sunrise that paints the desert in warm, golden hues. The panoramic views from the summit are nothing short of magical.
This tour includes:
- Hot air balloon rides
- Sunset excursions
- Guided Nature walks
Himba Village Experience, Namibia
A journey that invites you to step back in time and immerse yourself in the traditions of one of Namibia’s indigenous communities. A visit to a Himba Village is a rare opportunity to witness a way of life that has endured for centuries in the arid landscapes of northern Namibia.
Engage with the Himba, a semi-nomadic pastoralist tribe known for their distinctive appearance and deeply rooted traditions. Interact with the community members and gain insight into their customs, daily lives, and the challenges they face in preserving their unique way of life.
Marvel at the intricate beauty of the Himba people’s traditional attire. Adorned with elaborate jewelry, ochre pigments, and intricate hairstyles, each aspect of their appearance carries cultural significance and tells a story within the community.
Discover the traditional practices of the Himba, from their nomadic lifestyle and herding practices to the art of crafting traditional tools and implements. Gain hands-on experience and witness demonstrations of age-old customs that have been passed down through generations.
This tour includes
- Guided Village Tours
- Craft and jewellery demonstrations
- Cultural Exchange
Blyde River Boat Trip
We organise boat trips along the river Blyde. You will be accompanied by one of our seasoned guides who will explain to you every corner of this river, the flora and fauna and the amazing landscape you will see on the tour.
The Blyde river canyon is one of the biggest in the world, and the greenest canyon on earth. The passing of water over millions of years has created amazing geographical structures that will take your breath away and that converted this area into a national park.
One of the highlights of the Blyde River boat trip is the arrival at the Kadishi Tufa waterfall. It is considered the second largest Tufa waterfall in the world. Dropping 200m from its limestone shelf to the Blyde dam below. When we talk about the tufa waterfall we refer to those created by a large amount of water with lime deposited on the rocks.
Although you can view the Blyde river from the top on the panorama tour, we encourage you to discover it from inside. It’s an experience you wouldn’t like to miss.
This tour includes:
- Travel in an airconditioned opensided 4×4 vehicle
- Entrance into the centre
- Guided Tour
- The boat trip lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes.