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Kruger National Park & Sabi Sands Safaris

Along with adjoining private reserves such as the Sabi Sands, the Kruger National Park offers some of the best game viewing to be had on a safari holiday as this huge expanse contains diverse landscapes and a fascinating diversity of wildlife.

Together with neighbouring parks in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, the Kruger Nature Reserve and private reserves form part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, with a combined area the size of Portugal.

All of the 'big five' - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino - are present, as well as dozens of species of plains game and several hundred different bird species.

Quite simply there are a few better places in Africa to enjoy the safari experience in style than on a luxury safari in South Africa.

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Kruger National Park & Sabi Sands Itinerary Ideas

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Sleep Out Under the Stars

It doesn't get more romantic than snuggling up and sleeping under the stars in a private treehouse. Following on from an afternoon game drive, arrive at a secluded treehouse as dusk falls to find a gourmet dinner and chilled sundowners waiting for you with lanterns, blankets and bubbly aplenty. A truly unique sleeping experience.

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Nature Walks

While the Big Five will be plentiful during game drives, set some time aside for a nature walk to appreciate the smaller animals and plant life, as well as gaining a different perspective and greater understanding of the natural environment. Nature walks are also a fantastic way for birdwatchers and photographers to spot a multitude of exotic birdlife up close.

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Learn from the Locals

We work with safari camps, lodges and hotels that employ local people and ensure strong educational and skills advancement opportunities. We find that there is so much to be understood by simply spending time getting to know the team members. On safari, you'll be sure to get to know your guide and ranger well, but try and take time to talk to the rest of the team too.

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A Note on Price

South Africa’s USP is the sheer variety of experiences it offers (from food and drink to diving to safari), which makes it tricky to provide guide prices. A combination of Cape Town and the Winelands could cost around £2,000 per person, while upgrading to the best hotels and combining that with a luxury safari could add a few thousand to the bill.

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