4 Days Kruger and Balule Nature Reserve Safari Limpopo, South Africa
Kruger National Park, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Wildlife Safari South Africa
Now is the time to start planning this long awaited safari! Flight of the Eagle offers you a fly-in to Kruger or Hoedspruit and four days of bliss safari adventure. Why wait and why worry as there is nothing to worry about. On this safari, you will visit Kruger National Park and Balule Nature Reserve. Any time spent in Kruger National Park will leave even the most traveled tourist with unforgettable memories. So, pack your bag and expect to enjoy the safari in the most beautiful scenic areas.
Arrival at the lodge and followed by an afternoon game viewing. You will have dinner, overnight stay, and breakfast in the morning.
Day 2 (Tuesday)
Adventure awaits as you start this day with 3 - 4 hours' safari on an open game viewer vehicle. The evening will be fun around an African boma fire and typical South African Braai, listening to the night sounds of the bush and drink in pure tranquility.
Day 3 (Wednesday)
You will rise before the sun and embark on another safari to ensure you have missed nothing that the African bush might present at any given time. After that, you will return for sundowners on a deck and see what the bush bring to the water hole. You will have dinner, overnight stay, and breakfast in the morning.
Day 4 (Thursday)
Rise at leisure and return to the closest airport for your flight to O. R. Tambo International Airport. You now have the choice of booking day trips around Johannesburg and Pretoria and stay at recommended guest house or hotel.
This tour accepts children who are 10 years and older.
The itinerary of this tour can be customized.
In a case of the accommodation is fully booked, Flight of the Eagle will suggest a comparable alternative.
This tour requires a minimum of 6 or more people.
This tour has fixed departure dates.
This safari will take you to Kruger National Park and Balule Nature Reserve in South Africa. Kruger National Park opened to the general public in 1927 and has a rich natural and cultural history that can be traced back to early mankind.
It is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest game parks and home to the "Big Five” (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant) which is a term that was originally used by the hunters and refers to five of the greatest of Africa’s wild animals as well as the most dangerous to hunt. The Big Five are regarded by many as a privileged to view during a visit to the Kruger National Park.