South Africa Suggested Itineraries
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South Africa Suggested Itinerary - The Kruger National Park area offers a perfect backdrop for Adventure Tours/Activities - Quad Biking, Horse Trails, Hot Air Ballooning, River Rafting etc

We have some great day tours for those looking for fun and adventure!

The following are some of the scheduled day tours but we can customize your own tour to match your requirements (please note that we only book day tours when accommodation is booked with us too).

Please note some tours do not allow young children due to the nature of the activity.
Hot Air Balloon in the Kruger area

Some of our interesting activities available around the Kruger National Park
Sabie River White Water Rafting (Half Day Tour)
Experience the crooked nooks and crannies of the Sabi River - it’s beautifully clean water, regarded as one of the cleanest river systems in the country.

From novices to pros, a white water rafting trip down the Sabi River with its diverse fish population and prolific bird life, is a rare treat for anyone. Yes, it’s great fun, but with the vegetation en route so appealing and wooded, it’s also cool, calm and contemplative. Every so often, there’s a small rapid, manageable enough for the most inexperience rafter.

A great journey for beginners, and a calming one for those in the know. For those who choose the full day option, we up the stakes: abseiling...and a lunch fit for the active soul in you.

Abseiling (Half Day Tour)
The abseil takes place from a 27-metre high granite outcrop that offers spectacular views across the Sabie River, the Kruger National Park and the Lowveld.

This makes “going over the edge” a breathtaking experience.

Quad Bike Trails (1 hour trails)
A variety of exciting trails are offered in the scenic riverine forests of the Sabie River Valley. Experienced guides accompany you on each trip. 250cc Quad bikes are used on all trails.

One can ride solo or with another person on the same bike. Safety equipment is supplied.

Balloon Safaris (Half Day Tour)
Ballooning over the Sabie River Valley is a unique experience. Rising before sun up, you travel to the launch site and assist in rigging the balloon prior to launch.

Morning tea is served, and then it’s up and away over some of South Africa’s finest ballooning terrain.

The duration of the flight is normally one hour but the entire experience, including breakfast at one of the local lodges lasts about 4 hours. (Please note: Balloon Safaris can only take place when the weather is suitable).

Horse Trails (1 hour)
Enjoy the thrill of riding well-trained, home-bred polo ponies through the scenic splendor of the 2000 hectare Sandford Conservancy / Game Park.

The 1 hour outride is suitable for beginners through to advanced riders whom will all enjoy a peaceful ramble in spectacular scenery.

Elephant Interaction & Walk
The Elephant Whispers is a haven for six rescued African elephant ranging in age from 8-25, and is located on the banks of the Sabi River on the Sandford Conservancy totaling over 2000ha. The Elephant Interaction is a fascinating educational interactive experience. Enjoy touching, feeding and learning about these elephants.

Your visit to Elephant Whispers ensures these six incredible mammals continue in their important role as wildlife ambassadors for their own kind.