4-Night Safari Package with Panorama and Kruger Tours (PK1)
Cost per person sharing for the 4-Night Safari Package with Panorama and Kruger Tours (PK1)
1 November 2010 to 31 October 2011 – R8,700
1 November 2012 to 31 October 2013 – R9,200
- Day 1:
Arrive at the lodge between 12:30 and 14:00 in time for a light lunch. Late afternoon, depart on your first safari. Enjoy sundowners in the bush and continue with the night game drive. Return for dinner around the campfire.
- Day 2:
Early morning wake-up call. After coffee/tea and rusks, depart on an early morning safari. During the day, relax around the pool, watch animals and birds from the hide, or visit some of the local attractions. A light lunch is served at 14:00. Depart late afternoon for the safari, sundowners in the bush, followed by the night safari. Return to the lodge for dinner around the campfire.
- Day 3:
Early morning wake-up call. Depart at 6:00 for a trip into the famous Kruger National Park. Breakfast will be served at one of the scenic picnic spots and enjoy a packed lunch. Return late afternoon for sundowners in the hide followed by dinner around the campfire.
- Day 4:
Have a lie-in and breakfast at 8:00. Depart at 09:00 on the scenic Panorama Route tour. Visit the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke's Luck Potholes, God's Window and the rainforest at the top of the mountain. Lunch in the scenic town of Graskop where you can also browse through unique arts and craft shops. Return to Kwa-Mbili via the spectacular Kowyn's Pass for drinks and dinner around the campfire.
- Day 5:
Early morning wake-up call. After coffee/tea and rusks, depart on an early morning safari. Return to the lodge for breakfast.
Accommodation at the lodge, all meals, coffee, tea & fruit during the day, guided afternoon & night game drives in an open safari vehicle, guided morning bush walks, and 14% VAT. Also included are the guided tours as specified, guide costs, entrance fees and packed lunch on the tours.
Transfers to and from the airport, entrance fee of R70.00 per guest / per booking to Thornybush Reserve, drinks from the bar and purchases from the shop.