Camping as indicated, Meals as indicated, Meet and greet upon arrival, Sunset drive: Bush Braai (Barbecue): Open vehicle day game drives in Kruger NP: Bush walks: Blyde River Canyon: bird-watching and game-viewing: Animal rehab center, an amazing view of the Bourkes Luck Potholes and more. nothing is more exciting than having a camp adventure and building your tents yourself with help of safari guides. , Flights and transfers as indicated, Tour file with a detailed itinerary, a map with route descriptions, vouchers etc., 24 hours personal and friendly availability, Fast and efficient response to car rental companies.


Items of a personal nature, Optional extra activities, International flights, Holiday or personal insurance, Staff gratuities

Accommodation details 

A great adventure of building your luxury tent yourself with the help of safari guides.


On arrival, visitors are picked from the airport to the camp base at Kruger National Park where they will camp for the rest of the tour, On this 4 day tour you get the best of both worlds by spending some time in the custom designed adventure truck (excellent photo opportunities from a high vantage point) and the rest of the time in an open-topped safari vehicle specifically designed for Kruger game viewing. Experience the thrill of being on safari, observing the big 5 as well as zebras, giraffe and rhinos and be inspired by an authentically African atmosphere in the largest game reserve in South Africa. Kruger is larger than some small countries in Europe and is just less than two million hectares of the conservation area. There will be early morning game walks, evening game drives and before returning back to Johannesburg, there will be a visit to the Panorama Route and view Gods Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the Three Rondavels – all part of the World Heritage Blyde River Canyon. The Blyde River Canyon is the third largest canyon in the world. As you follow the winding path, you have to stop and stare in wonder at the astonishing panoramic views below, as the sheer edges of the cliff drop down 800m into the river below.