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South Africa Suggested Itinerary (Kruger safari) - An Exceptional South African Safari Tour in Northern Kruger (Pafuri area) at The Outpost and the Timbavati (part of Kruger) at Kings Camp.

Revel in the warmth of gracious hospitality... Relax and soak up the tranquillity of the African bush... Indulge in pampering treatments, delight in exceptional cuisine and savour spectacular sunsets. Explore the endless fascination of Africa’s wildlife in open, state-of-the-art game viewing vehicles.
Treat yourself to this and so much more on our 5-night Kruger safari package.
2 Nights at Kings Camp Private Game Reserve
2 Nights at The Outpost
The 5th night is your choice... an additional night at Kings Camp or The Outpost.

Kings Camp, Timbavati Game Reserve (Kruger National Park):
Kings Camp Suite accommodation
Situated in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, Kings Camp faces an open savanna plain with a waterhole, which is frequented by a wide variety of wildlife by day and night.

As part of the greater Kruger National Park, which covers and area of 2.2 million hectares, Kings Camp offers a wealth of bio-diversity. With access to 100 square kilometres of traversing big game abounds, with each day bringing something different whilst exploring the endless fascination of Africa’s wildlife in an open Land Rover.

Nine generously spacious Colonial Suites and two exquisite Honeymoon Suites are luxuriously equipped with air-conditioning, Victorian ball-and-claw bath, indoor and outdoor double shower, fully stocked mini-bar and private verandah. The honeymoon suites enjoy the privacy of their own pools overlooking the bush.

A thatched viewing deck overlooking the active waterhole, and an open plan lounge and bar are ideal places where you can simply relax and soak up the tranquillity of the African bush. The spacious dining room offers stunning views of the bushveld, while enjoying the sumptuous meals.

Beautifully decorated in dark tones of wood and thatch, off-setting the natural colours of the bush, the nine, generously spacious air-conditioned Suites come complete with all luxurious amenities.

A Victorian ball-and-claw bath, an indoor and double outdoor shower, as well as a private veranda with a hammock overlooking the bush complete this perfect picture.

For your comfort and convenience, other room amenities include a fully stocked mini-bar, robes, mosquito repellent, an umbrella and hairdryer. Your suite is also equipped with its own safe and telephone.

Two spacious, air-conditioned Honeymoon Suites are exquisitely decorated and have an open plan lounge and bathroom, with both indoor and outdoor showers. Each suite features a private verandah with large plunge pool overlooking the African bush.

For your comfort and convenience these Suites are equipped with all luxurious modern amenities including wi-fi, a Nespresso coffee machine, a fully stocked mini-bar, robes, mosquito repellent, an umbrella and hairdryer. Your suite is also equipped with its own safe and telephone.

The Outpost luxury accommodation bath with view
The Outpost lies in the Makuleke Contractual Park, a vast and remote wilderness area bordered to the north by the Limpopo River and Zimbabwe and to the east by Crooks Corner and Mozambique.
The wildest and most remote part of the Kruger National Park - One of the few true wilderness areas left in South Africa, The Makuleke Contractual Park (Pafuri) is steeped in history and boasts vegetation so different to anything else within Kruger that one might be forgiven for thinking they were in central Africa!
Scenery ranges from the beautiful, quietly-flowing Levuvhu River teeming with hippos and crocodiles, shaded by Nyala trees and fever tree forests, to the grand Lanner Gorge, palm-fringed wetlands and rocky outcrops with thousand-year-old baobab trees.
The area is a favourite winter grazing ground for elephant from Mozambique, Zimbabwe and elsewhere in Kruger. Leopard love the thick bush environment and prey on the nyala and impala that feed close to the river. There is a large population of hippos and crocs at the confluence of the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers at Crooks’ Corner. Among the more unusual sightings in the Makuleke are the eland and Sharpe’s grysbok. The birding in the whole area is exceptional, with specialities being the Pel’s fishing-owl, black-throated wattle-eyed, orange-winged pytilia, African crowned eagle and racket-tailed roller.
Almost 80% of the Kruger Park’s diversity found here.
The Big 5 Makuleke Contractual Park measures some 26 500 hectares and is well known for its abundant wildlife including less common species not evident in the southern and central regions of the park. Apart from large herds of elephant and buffalo, guests will be able to see Nyala, an antelope which is not easily found in the more southern regions of the park, and over 350 recorded bird species. The diverse terrain of the region includes Mopane Woodlands, Fever Tree forests, Acacia thickets as well as some of the largest and oldest Baobab specimens.
The Outpost has been designed using simple, clean lines, combining elements of steel, concrete and open space. The unashamedly contemporary design of The Outpost emphasises its beautiful surroundings but blends into, and preserves the wilderness that is its home.
Accommodation consists of 12 unique and modern stand-alone open plan en-suite Luxury Suites offering spectacular panoramic views of the river and bush below. Game drives and outstanding walking safaris are undertaken in what is arguably one of the most scenically beautiful and diverse wilderness areas in the Kruger National Park.
Visit Thulamela:
The region's rich historical and cultural heritage can be explored by guided visits to Crooks Corner and the Thulamela archaeological site overlooking the Luvuvhu River. Artefacts dating from 1460 to 1640 have been found tying them to the last phase of the Zimbabwe culture. In the late 19th century, the historic Ivory Route passed alongside the Luvuvhu River to Crooks corner at the confluence of the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers and the border of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa. A visit to Thulamela is a half day optional excursion.

Visit Makuleke Village:

The Outpost celebrates its relationship with the Makuleke Community. The creation of the lodge is inextricably linked to the history of the Makuleke people, their forced removal from the region under the Apartheid laws of the old South African government and the subsequent return of title to the Makuleke people. The history of the Makuleke people is best explored by a visit to the Makuleke Village in the capable hands of a Makuleke guide. A visit to the Makuleke Village is a full day optional excursion.
Rates will be calculated depending on time of year (we can also use any other lodges so very flexible).
5 nights luxury accommodation - 2 nights at Kings Camp, 2 nights at The Outpost and the 5th night at your choice of Kings Camp or The Outpost.
Air transfers from OR Tambo International to Kings Camp or vice versa.
Air transfers from Kings Camp to The Outpost or vice versa.
Return Road transfer from Pafuri Air Strip to The Outpost.
Air transfers from The Outpost to Phalaborwa Airport or vice versa.
Three meals daily and all beverages excluding premium brands and cellar wines.
Two game drives per day and optional walking safaris.
Flights and transfers not listed.
Cellar wines, premium brand spirits, champagne, cognacs, cigars and cigarettes.
Telephone calls, curios shop purchases, transfers, gratuities, additional activities, wellness treatments and laundry.
Conservation levies and park entry fees.
Package rates are non-combinable with existing special offers at the Lodges.
Flight rates and schedules are subject to change without prior notice.
Accommodation rates are subject to change without prior notice.

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