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Join Sun Safaris on this wild safari in picturesque Africa. You will enjoy game viewing in open 4 x 4 land cruisers with expert guides and trackers. This safari tour will visit the lesser-known Thornybush private reserve, part of an association of private reserves sharing unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park, and the historical Sabi Sand Reserve. You will have the chance to view the big five and other wildlife in their natural habitat.
Royal Malewane provides an escape from the constraints of modern life to a synthesis of wildest Africa and age-old colonial splendor. Guests will experience brilliant big five game viewing while being guided by expert game rangers and trackers in open 4 x 4 land rovers.
Lion Sands Ivory lodge is ultra luxurious, yet simple, and uncluttered. At the lodge, which offers complete privacy, there are suites operating as private villas. There is pure beauty on this wildlife retreat.
Arrive at O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) of Johannesburg, where you will make your way to the federal air departure lounge before catching your chartered flight to Royal Malewane airstrip in the Thornybush Reserve. Upon arrival at Royal Malewane airstrip, you will be met by a game ranger who will road transfer you to Royal Malewane where you will stay for three nights on a fully inclusive basis with game viewing activities.
After your morning game activity and brunch, a game ranger will transfer you to the Royal Malewane airstrip from where you will be flown to Skukuza airport by federal air. Upon arrival at Skukuza airport, you will be met by a game ranger who will road transfer you to Lion Sands Ivory lodge for a three-night stay on a fully inclusive basis plus game viewing activities.
After your morning game activity and brunch, a game ranger will transfer you to the Skukuza airport from where you will be flown back to O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) by federal air for your onward travel arrangements.
The Kruger National Park is the flagship of the south African national parks and has been rated as one of the best wildlife parks in Africa, renowned for its incredible game viewing and big five safaris. The best way to experience this untamed African bush is to get your feet on the ground and explore the magnificent region. The Kruger National Park offers an abundance of wildlife including approximately 507 bird species, 147 mammals, as well as bushman rock paintings, and archaeological sites like Masorini and Thulamela.
Sabi Sand is a group of game reserves located adjacent to the Kruger National Park in the Lowveld of Mpumalanga, South Africa. The park's name comes from the Sabie River on its southern boundary and the Sand River flowing through it. The area of the reserve is 65,000 hectare and it shares a non-fenced boundary of 50 kilometers with the Kruger National Park to its eastern point. The Tsonga people, who occupied the land before being forcefully removed by the colonial government during the early 1900's, are currently claiming back Sabi Sand game reserve.
Thornybush game reserve, is a private game reserve, near Hoedspruit, in the Limpopo province of South Africa. It borders the Kapama game reserve and is located close to the Timbavati Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park. The reserve's surface area is approximately 11,000 hectares of the mainly open savanna. Thornybush game reserve features 147 mammals including the big five, 114 reptiles, 507 birds, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, and 336 trees species.
As with many private reserves in South Africa, Thornybush is managed as an eco-tourism destination, thus the reserve is funded by means of a number of up-market private commercial game lodges located within.
Daily meals are included on this safari holiday.
Please book your flight to arrive at O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB). From there, you will embark on a federal air flight to the Royal Malewane airstrip in the Thornybush Reserve. A representative of Sun safaris will pick you up from there and take you to your first venue location. The federal flights, as well as the land transfer, are included in the price.