11 Days Active South Africa and Botswana US$5,330.- pp

Active South Africa and Botswana is an epic experience combining hiking and biking – some of it in “Big-5 Territory” – kayaking with penguins with a traditional safari experience. Explore South Africa’s famous Greater Kruger Area, scenic Cape Town and surrounds as well as Southern Botswana’s Mashatu Game Reserve. This is a once-in-a-lifetime exploration to find your soul in Africa’s wilderness.

You even have an option to dive with Great White Sharks – no diving experience required.

Accommodation Destination Nights Basis Room Type
Kapama Buffalo Camp Kapama Private Game Reserve 3 FB+ 1x Double Room
Commodore Hotel Cape Town 4 B&B 1x Standard Room
Mashatu Tented Camp Mashatu Game Reserve 3 FB+ 1x Luxury Tent

Key
FB+: Dinner, bed, breakfast, lunch and activities daily
B&B: Bed and Breakfast

Price

US$5,330.- per person, double occupancy from Feb 15 to Dec 20, 2018

US$5,849.- per person, double occupancy from April 1 to Dec 20, 2019

Included

Accommodation and meals as per package; safari vehicle, walking and biking safari activities as per package; Full day private  hiking table mountain tour with lunch, Full day private Sea Kayaking with penguins and tour of the Cape of Good Hope,  house wines, beers and local spirits at Kapama Game Reserve; National Park fees, transfers, intra Africa flights as per package, airport meet and greet

Excluded

International flight USA to Johannesburg, optional activities and tours,

South Africa

This vast country is undoubtedly one of the most culturally and geographically diverse places on earth. Fondly known by locals as the ‘Rainbow Nation’, South Africa has 11 official languages and its multicultural inhabitants are influenced by a fascinating mix of African, Asian and European cultures. Spend your days: discovering the gourmet restaurants, impressive art and nightlife scenes and fine beaches of Cape Town; enjoying a typical local braai (barbecue) in the Soweto township; browsing the bustling Indian markets in Durban; or sampling some of the world’s finest wines at the myriad wine estates dotted around the picturesque Cape Winelands. Due to its rich and turbulent history there are plenty of historical attractions to explore including the Zululand battlefields of KwaZulu-Natal, the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and Robben Island, just off the coast of Cape Town. Above all else, South Africa’s attraction lies in its remarkably untamed wilderness with its astonishing range of wildlife roaming freely across massive unfenced game reserves such as the world famous Kruger National Park. With all of this variety on offer, it is little wonder that South Africa has fast become Africa’s most popular tourist destination.

Day 1:           Kapama Buffalo Camp, Kapama Private Game Reserve

Kapama Private Game Reserve

Offering an authentic African safari experience and stretching across 13 000 hectares, towards the Kruger area, Kapama embodies a range of stylish accommodation across four sophisticated bush camps and lodges. Each one is meticulously positioned within this wildlife sanctuary.
Kapama Karula, with its luxury superior suites and family suites, each with a heated plunge pool and viewing deck are positioned along the Klaserie River. It also boasts a luxury spa.
Reminiscent of a traditional old African safari camp, Kapama Buffalo Camp offers an authentic bush experience. The camp’s exclusive tents are positioned on elevated platforms and surrounded by forest canopy.
The spectacular Kapama Southern Camp offers beautiful luxury suites. All suites are discreetly hidden in the surrounding indigenous bushveld. Family suites are also available.
Kapama River Lodge and Spa, with flowing, opulently furnished public spaces and an expansive wooden deck leading to a rim-flow swimming pool. Beyond is an expanse of soft river sand, where atmospheric, lamp-lit dinners are enjoyed under the stars. Guests may choose between luxury suites, spa suites or executive suites.
Kapama is known for its diverse wildlife experiences and is home to the big five, with its two daily game drives, fascinating encounters with the prolific wildlife is ensured.

Day Itinerary

Arrive in Johannesburg and continue flying to Greater Kruger National Park. You will have your first exciting game drive this afternoon.

Overnight: Kapama Buffalo Camp            View iBrochure

Kapama Private Game Reserve is situated in the greater Kruger National Park region, the reserve is home to the Big 5 and an abundance of other animals. Reminiscent of a traditional old African safari camp.

The camp’s exclusive suites are positioned on elevated platforms and surrounded by forest canopy. There’s a seasonal river below, and suites are connected to each other and the main lodge by raised wooden walkways. Rustic elements of roaring campfires, lantern light and outdoor dining under the stars contrast with the opulent comfort of air-conditioned suites, crisp white linen and every conceivable in-suite comfort.

While Buffalo Camp may look old-world, it’s thoroughly modern and luxurious. Whirring overhead fans lend an air of nostalgia to Buffalo Camp and remind discerning guests of a bygone era of African safaris into unexplored wilderness.

Considered one of the finest safari spas in Africa, the Spa situated at River Lodge has six sumptuous treatment rooms in a setting surrounded by stillness and sweeping bushveld. Arranged around a generous central lap pool the spa evokes a sense of calm.

Included

Full Board and Activities

Day 2 and 3:           Kapama Buffalo Camp, Kapama Private Game Reserve

Day Itinerary

Choose from either hiking in the bush with an experienced armed guide or a game drive in a vehicle. You do not have to make a choice in advance and can decide on the spot when there.

  

Activities

Game Drive
Bush Walks

Game Drive

Across all of Kapama’s lodges, two daily game drives are offered and are included in the tariff. Accompanied by a skilled ranger and tracker, guests can expect to encounter a diverse range of animal and bird species on game drives. Since this is a Big Five reserve, seeing lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo is possible over a two-day safari in Kapama Private Game Reserve.

The day starts with an early wake-up call between 5am and 5:30am. Tea, coffee and rusks are enjoyed together before heading out at first light. While seeing big game is always exhilarating, there are many other smaller species that are also captivating, and birding enthusiasts will be delighted at the approximately 350 species of birds recorded on the reserve. Halfway through the game drive, there’s a stop for hot drinks and snacks, before returning to the lodge at around 9am for a full breakfast. Throughout the day, it’s likely you will see wildlife around the lodge – nyala antelope and vervet monkeys are frequent visitors, though seeing some of the Big Five is also not uncommon.

At around 3:30pm, everyone gathers for a decadent high tea, before heading out with your ranger and tracker for the afternoon game drive through the reserve. En route, you’ll stop for a sundowner drink and will have a chance to stretch your legs as you watch the sun set over the distant peaks of the Drakensberg mountains.

As darkness falls, the nocturnal animals of the bush come out. The skilled tracker will scan the landscape using a spotlight, which illuminates animals’ eyes. A variety of completely different species can be seen on the night drive back to the lodge. Arrival is at the lodge is usually around 7pm, allowing time to freshen up before enjoying a sumptuous dinner.

Bush Walks

Feel Africa underfoot on a guided bush walk with a highly trained game ranger. The experience offers an intimate encounter with nature and wildlife, and medicinal and other plants are identified en route.

Rangers also teach walkers to track wildlife in the traditional way, using animal footprints and scat. Expert trackers are able to tell the gender of many animals just from their footprints. Large and dangerous animals are avoided on walks, but many other species can be viewed from a safe distance at ground level. A bush walk through Kapama Private Game Reserve is a truly memorable and authentic encounter.

Optional

Romantic Sleep-out Platform
Hot Air Balloning
Elephant interaction
Wellness Centre
Elephant-Back Safari
Hoedspruit Centre for Endangered Species

12 min Helicopter flight over Cape Town

Romantic Sleep-out Platform

The Kapama Romantic Sleep-out offers a million-star overnight experience. Sleeping in the open air on the reserve, elevated high above the ground under the African night sky, is a uniquely romantic experience. A raised platform is evocatively furnished with an oversized bed festooned in white linen and billowing mosquito netting. It’s completely safe, while being surrounded by only wilderness and wildlife. The experience is guaranteed to take your breath away.

You’ll arrive before sunset to watch the changing colours of evening and sip a sundowner. The African bush fairytale continues with a five-course dinner served to you by a personal chef at an intimate table for two on the platform. Or you can enjoy dinner at the lodge and arrive at your romantic sleep-out venue afterwards. By night, it will be encircled by a ring of golden lantern light.

The platform and luxury bathroom underneath are both animalproof, but both a two-way radio and cellular phone are supplied for additional peace of mind. With a flush toilet, shower and his and hers basins, the bathroom has all comforts catered for.

Your private night in the African bush continues until after dawn, when you will call your ranger by radio to transfer you back to your lodge. An appointed pick-up time may also be arranged in advance.

Hot Air Balloning

A view from the top. Kapama Private Game Reserve offers guests an ultimate game and wildlife viewing on the Hot Air Balloon ride.

Elephant interaction

Many guests purport the elephant interaction opportunity offered at Kapama to be life-changing. This activity takes place between the morning and afternoon game drives and is scheduled after breakfast. After the experience, you will be returned to your lodge in time for lunch and a little relaxation, before high tea and the afternoon game drive. To meet and interact with Kapama’s elephants, your ranger will drive you to a specifically designated location in the bush, where the reserve’s 16 habituated elephants will be browsing in the wild. The elephant herd ranges in age from calves to mature adults of over 30 years. After a brief introduction to elephant life, some members of the herd will be brought forward for you to meet. Always accompanied by their handlers, the elephants are relaxed and there is the opportunity to get extremely close to them. You can feed them and touch them and watch their herd dynamics, as the younger elephants play under the watchful eye of the adults. There’s plenty of opportunity for photographs during the half-hour interaction time, and handlers will provide information on individual elephants and fascinating herd behaviour. Your questions are also welcomed. At the end of the elephant interaction, you will be driven back to your lodge by a ranger – and the elephants will resume their feeding in the bush.

Wellness Centre

Surrounded by stillness and sweeping bushveld, the Kapama Wellness Centre takes safari spa treatments to new heights. Considered one of the finest safari spas in Africa, the six sumptuous treatment rooms are arranged around a generous central lap pool that evokes a sense of calm.

While Dermalogica and Matisse products are used in the spa, five uniquely created African-inspired treatments are also on the menu to provide rejuvenation and complete relaxation. Soak up the signature four-hour Marula Miracle Moments – which includes a body wrap, facial, massage and more – or opt for other enticingly named treatments such as the Kapama Pinotage Bliss, which uses vine-infused products, or the Marula Sensual Steam Treatment. Various treatments are also available to couples. The luxury safari spa treatment menu includes a full range of body and beauty treatments.

Highly trained and experienced beauty therapists remain abreast of global treatment trends, while giving them a uniquely African twist for Kapama’s Wellness Centre. After your treatment, take a swim in the lap pool or relax under bushveld skies before heading back to your luxury game lodge accommodation.

Alternatively, if you’d like to work up a sweat, the state-of-the-art mini gym is fully equipped. There is both cardio and weight-lifting equipment, depending on if you want to tone or build muscle. What is guaranteed is that a visit to the Wellness Centre will energise and uplift you for the day.

Elephant-Back Safari

A closer encounter with an African elephant is not possible. Riding high on the back of an African elephant is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will never be forgotten. A video of your unique outing can be recorded as a keepsake, for an additional fee.

Instead of going on the early morning game drive, you will be driven to meet with the Kapama elephant herd. Before your ride, trained elephant handlers will show you exactly how to get onto the saddle on the elephant’s back and how to follow its rhythmic strides as you move silently through the bush. Each elephant has a handler who will guide his charge on the walk. Since elephants are the largest land animals in Africa, other animals quickly give way to them in the wild and, at the same time, provide excellent game sightings and natural interaction. Kapama’s elephants are all so relaxed that they will likely stop to graze as they walk.

After an hour’s ride through the reserve, the herd will return to their elephant boma so you can alight safely.

Hoedspruit Centre for Endangered Species

To see rare wildlife up close, take a late morning trip – after the game drive and breakfast – to the nearby Hoedspruit Centre for Endangered Species. Here cheetah, wild dog, serval, caracal and various other species are rehabilitated and can be safely viewed from close range. Rare king cheetah can also be seen here.

An educational video is shown as part of the tour and showcases the different projects undertaken by the centre. It’s followed by a guided tour to view cheetah and other fascinating wildlife. Guests to the centre will be accompanied by a Kapama lodge ranger.

Included

Full Board and Activities

Day 4:           Commodore Hotel, Cape Town

Cape Town

Cape Town is a city like no other – a vibrant melting pot alive with creativity, colors, sounds and tastes. Take in a view from above by riding the cable car to Table Mountain or check out the tiny cell Nelson Mandela was kept in on Robben Island. Visit the V&A Waterfront near your hotel, a place for shopping or just hanging out to watch the world go by. Breathtaking natural scenery, long standing cultural heritage and world-class wine production estates characterize an area known as the Wine Lands where you will can taste the wines of the region. Drive through gorgeous scenery and hamlets on the way to Cape Point, the Cape of Good Hope, a rocky coastline seafarers have respected and feared for hundreds of years. Please check your itinerary for inclusions.

Day Itinerary

After your morning game drive or walk transfer to the airport for your flight to Cape Town. Evening at your leisure. You might like to walk to the nearby V&A Waterfront.

Overnight: Commodore Hotel      View iBrochure

Overlooking the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront with views of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Harbour and the Atlantic Ocean is the Commodore, Legacy’s flagship hotel in Cape Town. Stylish living, quality service and a tranquil setting have ensured that our guests return year after year, be it as businessmen or tourists excited to experience all that is the Mother City.

Included

Bed & Breakfast

Day 5:           Commodore Hotel, Cape Town

Activities

Hiking Table Mountain Private Tour- Full Day

A splendid way to get to know the Mother City intimately, starting with a hike on the geographical formation which guards her – Table Mountain.

You will enjoy an overview of the geology, fauna, flora and local history and can choose  hike depending on your  fitness and expectations – cable car descent is available for a number of hikes but if you can walk down then we have many more options. We only do hikes and simple scrambles – nothing technical, no rope and no crumbly cliff faces – safe and do-able for moderately fit to fit people. Picnic lunch is included.

Included

Bed & Breakfast, lunch on hike

Day 6:           Commodore Hotel, Cape Town

Activities

Private Sea kayaking and Cape Point Tour

There is no better way to experience the False Bay coastline other than a morning sea  kayaking experience. The latter part of the day sees you visiting the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Cape Point, then on via Chapman’s Peak Drive to Hout Bay and ending at your hotel in the late afternoon.

Included

Bed & Breakfast

Day 7:           Commodore Hotel, Cape Town

Day Itinerary

Today choose from the following optional tours or explore the city on your own:

Optional – extra charge

Great White Shark Cage Dive – no experience required
Walk To Freedom Tour Half Day
Cape of Good Hope Cycling Tour
Cape Wineland Tour – Half Day Small Group

Great White Shark Cage Dive

Ride early for a day trip to Gaans Baai’s Shark Alley, considered the Great White Capital in the World, to give yourself the experience of a life-time, a cage encounter  with one of the foremost predators in the world, the Great White Shark. Divers and non-divers alike can join in this adventure since no breathing equipment is used, you just hold your breath. You may also watch them from the top deck of the boat which, if circumstances allow, will carry on to Dyer Island to see the seals the sharks are in the vicinity for. Return to Cape Town along scenicly dramatic costal road. Breakfast and/or snack are offered on the vessel.
Please note that the drive along the coast to Gaans Baai and boat trip is a wonderful experience even if you choose not to partake in the actual cage dive. You will be able to view the sharks from the top deck of the vessel.

Walk To Freedom Tour Half Day

No easy road to freedom’ was a central theme in most of the Mass Democratic Movement’s campaigns, from the early days through to the late 1980s. Any understanding of present day conditions in South Africa is greatly enhanced by looking at past injustice, the legacy of the struggle and the promise of reconstruction and development initiatives under way at present. Freedom has not come easy. This tour offers a wealth of insight into South African history. It includes a brief educational introduction to Cape Town, one of the world’s most varied and sought-after cities.

The Bo-Kaap

A look at the picturesque ‘Malay Quarter’, a dynamic, living museum and home to the oldest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere. We discover the unique culture, lifestyle and personality of the Cape Muslim community and their contribution to South Africa’s development.

District Six

As a result of the Group Areas Act, 60 000 Capetonian families were forcibly removed from this once vibrant area between 1966 and 1982. The District Six issue remains crucial. We examine the now desolate area, Zonnebloem, which was District Six and visit the living museum which attempts to represent and recapture District Six in various ways – as a fine-spun tapestry of communal life torn apart but not forgotten.

Cape of Good Hope Cycling Tour

For the energetic traveler who appreciates nature, this tour offers an alternative to simply watching the scenic splendour of the Cape Peninsula pass you by, allowing you time to cycle a section of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.

Cape Wineland Tour – Half Day Small Group

This delightful drive winds its way to the heart of the Cape Winelands, through superb mountain ranges, vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads.
Head off to the wine country via the N2 to the heart of South Africa’s wine industry, Stellenbosch; boasting great beauty and culture that is steeped in South African history. Walk down the canal-lined avenues, in the shade of giant oak trees and beautifully preserved historic buildings. With the sheer vastness of wine estates on offer, we are truly spoilt for choice when we enjoy our first wine tasting of the day at the Waterford Estate.

Travel over the scenic Helshoogte Pass to the town of Franschhoek, historically dating back to the 17th century when the French Huguenots arrived. Billed as the Gourmet Capital of South Africa, this charming town, in a most picturesque valley, retains a French Huguenot style.

We enjoy a wine tasting before returning to the bustle of city life after an enthralling day in the countryside, arriving back at the hotels at approximately 13:30 for morning departures and 17:30 for afternoon departures of this tour.

Included

Bed & Breakfast

Day 8:           Mashatu Tented Camp, Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana

Botswana

Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With almost 40% of its land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas you can travel through many parts of the country has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland. The first – and most lasting impressions – will be of vast expanses of uninhabited wilderness stretching from horizon to horizon, the sensation of limitless space, astoundingly rich wildlife and bird viewing, night skies littered with stars and heavenly bodies of an unimaginable brilliance, and stunning sunsets of unearthly beauty. Experience here the stunning beauty of the world’s largest intact inland Delta – the Okavango; the unimaginable vastness of the world’s second largest game reserve – the Central Kalahari Game Reserve; the isolation and other-worldliness of the Makgadikgadi – uninhabited pans the size of Portugal; and the astoundingly prolific wildlife of the Chobe National Park. Botswana is the last stronghold for a number of endangered bird and mammal species, making your safari experience even more memorable, and at times you will feel simply surrounded by wild animals.

Mashatu Game Reserve

Mashatu Game Reserve is located in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve of Botswana bordering South Africa. It is the embodiment of all that defines Africa. Space so open and vast, taking it all in is almost too much; an array of wildlife from the gigantic to the miniscule; majestic skies open to the universe and unfettered by smog; a quiet so loud it thrums with life; and unexpected adventure beyond the game drive with horse-back safaris, cycling safaris and walks in the wild.

Safari vehicles meander into the bush twice a day, bringing visitors into close contact with an Africa that is largely known only in wildlife documentaries and glossy books. But this Africa is real, and distinctly tangible through all six senses.

Mashatu Game Reserve is a place to connect you to the essence of what life is meant to be. Uncomplicated, bold, and beautiful.

Day Itinerary

Today fly to Johannesburg and continue on to Botswana where our representative will meet you. Game drive from the airport to the lodge!

Overnight: Mashatu Tented Camp            View iBrochure

Located in the Mashatu Game Reserve, 30 minutes from Mashatu Lodge, the Mashatu Tent Camp offers guests the ultimate, intimate bush experience. Eight spacious, comfortable, and completely private tents rest below enormous trees on a each on their own platform with private outdoor en-suite facilities. Imagine showering under the stars! Meals are served either in the open-air thatched gazebo, or in the boma (enclosure) overlooking the floodlit, well-populated waterhole where bush enthusiasts can witness animals going about their day. The camp’s plunge pool invites guests to cool off and escape the relentless heat typical of the summer months.

Luxury Tent

Eight completely private tents are tucked under the branches of enormous trees, accessible via meandering pathways. The tents themselves are spacious and comfortable – large enough that adults need not duck to move around. Each is mounted on a concrete platform and has its own private outdoor en-suite facilities, including W.C. and shower. Imagine showering under the stars!

Included

Full Board and Activities

Day 9:           Mashatu Tented Camp, Mashatu Game Reserve

Day Itinerary

Get to know Mashatu Game Reserve with vehicle game drive and a walking safari today.

Activities

Game Drives
Mashatu Walking Safaris

Game Drives

Safari vehicles meander into the bush twice a day, bringing visitors into close contact with an Africa that is largely known only in wildlife documentaries and glossy books. But this Africa is real, and distinctly tangible through all six senses.

Mashatu Walking Safaris

There are a wide variety of landscapes, vegetation types and eco-systems on Mashatu which should be all experienced first-hand. Walking Mashatu offers the wilderness lover, the bird watcher, the keen botanist, the intrepid hiker and the nature enthusiast the ultimate experience whilst walking in the Land of Giants

Tailor-made walking safaris suit the disposition of the clients on safari. Distances covered per day depend on the ability and preference of the guests. There is no limit on the number of nights spent on the walking safari. It is however suggested that at least three nights are booked. Guests camp out in one of three camps specifically designed for comfort in the bush. Luggage is transported by vehicle between camps to give guest the opportunity to have full enjoyment of the walk, without having to carry any luggage.

A walking safari means coming closer to the roar of the lion, the howl of the hyena, the cry of the jackal and the whistle of the pearl-spotted owl during starry nights around the campfire. A walking safari compliments the magnificence of a sunrise, a full moon and sightings simply not possible from a vehicle or the comforts of a lodge.

Tent Camp Boma for your dinner:

Meals are a sumptuous celebration of traditional African Cuisine – flavoursome and homely. Fresh fruits, vegetables, home-made breads and pies, succulent meat dishes and delicious desserts will appeal to a guest who appreciates informal cuisine at its best.

Morning pre-game drive snacks, brunch and high tea are served on the shaded terrace.

Dinners are served around a blazing fire in the reed-enclosed boma (African structure), exposing diners to the glorious night sky above.

Included

Full Board and Activities

Day 10:        Mashatu Tented Camp, Mashatu Game Reserve

Day Itinerary

Take  a cycle safari today – it is an experience you will never forget. You may also book an optional photographic session.

Activities

Mashatu Cycle Safari
Game Drive

Mashatu Cycle Safari

Bring your mountain bike and ride amongst the wildlife of the vast Northern Tuli Game Reserve. You owe yourself the opportunity at least once in your life!

Cycle Mashatu operates the cycling concession on Mashatu Game Reserve. Cycling is offered to guests from both Main Camp and Tent Camp as an experience to be enjoyed during their stay on a more traditional vehicle safari. Guests can also book a ‘camp wild’ cycling experience comprising up to three days on a cycling safari. These safaris depart Fridays and Tuesdays in the winter months where Cycle Mashatu offers a 3 night guided mountain biking adventure, catering for up to 8 cyclists. Enjoy riding elephant manicured game paths, sleeping under the starlit skies and exploring the ancient Land of the Giants. Cycle Mashatu tailors the tours to suit the group’s fitness and strength and provides vehicle support, meals, and camp amenities. Many would argue that you have not lived until you have cycled in the Land of Giants – a thrilling experience indeed.

Optional – extra charge

Mashatu Photographic Hides
Limpopo Horse Safaris

Mashatu Photographic Hides

This concession on Mashatu comprises a resident wildlife photographer, based at Mashatu Lodge and photographic hides in two selected sites plus a mobile hide on the reserve. Guests at Mashatu can enlist the photographic expertise of the photographer or simply visit one of the hides during their stay which will be charged as an additional activity over and above the daily rates for accommodation.

The photographic hides are structures built to maximise the photographic potential of the animals that visit them. These hides can be used to view wildlife in the normal manner, but have been positioned with consideration of the angle of the sun, the background and the angle which the viewer occupies in relation to the animals and birds.

The most famous of these hides is the ‘elephant hide’, renowned for the photographic images taken of elephant and other animals drinking from the water’s edge. Less well know amongst the hides is a mobile hide that is moved periodically to take advantage of sightings that change during the seasons such as nesting birds, drying pools in rivers and den sites. Any of these hides offer both the amateur or professional photographer the most unique and delightful opportunities to record a memorable safari at Mashatu.

Limpopo Horse Safaris

Limpopo Valley Horse Safaris is honoured with the reputation of having the finest schooled horses on the African continent. Surrounded by a multitude of Africa’s flora and fauna, come and explore this breath-taking terrain from horseback, in the company of experienced African equestrian hosts who have extensive knowledge and experience of the bush. There is nothing more exhilarating than galloping on horseback alongside herds of antelope, over the wild open plains of Mashatu, kicking dust into the sunset sky.

There are combinations of horse safaris from which the guest can choose including multi-day, camp wild experiences.

Please note that only competent and regular horse riders should consider this activity as the concessionaire will, in the interests of safety, test the skills and ability of the horse riders. The experienced staff will terminate the reservation if the guest is not skilled enough to ride through wild country where dangerous animals roam.

Included

Full Board and Activities

Day 11:        Departure

Day Itinerary

Take your last vehicle game drive to the airport for your flight to Johannesburg.

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Flight Information

Date Flight Departure Airport Time Arrival Airport Time Class Ref
Scheduled OR Tambo International Airport [JNB] Kapama Buffalo Camp
Scheduled Kapama Buffalo Camp Cape Town International Airport [CPT]
Scheduled Cape Town Airport OR Tambo International Airport [JNB]
Scheduled OR Tambo International Airport [JNB] Mashatu Tented Camp Airstrip
Scheduled Mashatu Tented Camp Airstrip OR Tambo International Airport [JNB]

Note: This trip can be started any day. Flights to Botswana Safari Camp every Thursday. Activities can be interchanged as per your desire. Note: All reservations/quotes are subject to our Terms and Conditions as per our website: https://www.adventuretoafrica.com/Terms-and-conditions/ All participants required to sign liability release form. Animal sightings are not guaranteed. Malaria prophylaxis is highly recommended for this itinerary.

Company Name Telephone Email Address Contact Person
Adventure To Africa 1 703/665-1969 info@adventuretoafrica.com Poldi

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