Cosmopolitan Cape Town & Wondrous Wildlife of Kruger

12-nights, privately tailored

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This tailor-made itinerary combines the beautiful Cape Town with two amazing safaris in the Greater Kruger

  • Cape Town
  • Private Makalali Game Reserve (no crowds, authentic game viewing, true wildlife tracking)
  • Southern Sabi Sands – a true leopard hotspot

A contrasting trip commencing with city life and sightseeing in Cape Town, accompanied by fine wining and dining, before a wildlife extravaganza. Visit two safari camps, one private reserve away from the crowds and the infamous Sabi Sands. Sleep out under the stars, immerse yourself in safari life with daily game drives and walking safaris witnessing wonderful wildlife, not forgetting the stunning scenery of Blyde River Canyon when moving between lodges.

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Guest feedback

“We had the most amazing time, the wildlife was so beautiful. On our very first drive we saw lions, a leopard and (to the utter delight of our guide and tracker) a pangolin! The team at Garonga couldn’t believe we saw a pangolin after just a few hours in the bush. We saw the big 5 and so much more! Thank you for creating such an amazing experience.

I think we lost our hearts to Little Garonga. We loved everything about it, the team, the drives, the suite. It was perfect for us. It had a relaxed feel, and we quickly became part of the family. We were alone Little Garonga for the first three nights which was amazing. We really connected with our guide and tracker (Kaiser and Bongi), they were a pleasure to get to know. They found us something amazing every single drive, their skills were amazing. The bush in dense in Garonga so they actively had to track each and every drive. I was surprised by how good the food was – so yum! We enjoyed the sleep out and the bush bath, both fun extras. I wouldn’t recommend the Cheetah Research Project, it was a bit like a zoo, and not worth missing a drive. One day between drives all the guests were invited to the owner’s house (Bernie) on the reserves where we met the anti-poaching unit and had a demonstration with the canine time, showing us their tracking skills. Each day either Bernie or Lisette (hospitality manager) came to visit us and chat about the day when we were at drinks with Kaiser and Bongi. We really loved it here and hope to return very soon!Sabi Sabi Little Bush was very luxurious and the food was just beyond! On the last day a herd of elephants went past our rooms and we could just watch them from the deck. The staff were very lovely.

Thank you for all of your support throughout our trip, we felt safe in your hands.

Thanks again, ”

– Breann Fallon