Enjoy a small-group walking safari through the magnificent Greater Kruger National Park which departs from Johannesburg, South Africa. On arrival at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, guests are kindly asked to proceed to the outside bus terminal building where they will be met by the driver in front of the Magic Bus Office at 06h45. The journey to the reserve takes approximately six hours. On arrival, visitors meet their professional game ranger who explains the activities which await.
The safari days in the Kruger National Park start with a wakeup call at 5 am which is followed by early morning tea/coffee, muffins and rusks. The small walking safari group then heads off on the thrilling morning game walk, which takes the group back to camp for brunch after 3 to 4 hours.
Travellers may then relax at the facilities of the camp for a few hours, before meeting again in the afternoon for tea and a light lunch. Afterwards, the group participates in the afternoon and night safari drive, which will take about 3 to 4 hours. On return to the camp, stories and experiences are shared over a pre-dinner drink, followed by delicious dinner at the lodge. The day is ended with coffee/tea around the campfire, before retiring for the night.
One of the unique advantages of this memorable small safari camp is that the activities can be tailored to guests specific needs. For example, if the guides hear lions roaring close to the field at night, they will often knock on the guest's door and ask them if they would like to go and find them. Also, if guests only want to only go on safari drives this too can be arranged.
On the day of departure, travellers still go out for one last walk. Sniffing the typical scents of the bush one realizes how much one has learned about this unique wilderness in Africa already! After breakfast, it is time to pack up and say goodbye as the transfer awaits the drive back to Johannesburg.