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Africa in Style: The Best of East and South Africa


  • Photography in Tarangire National Park
  • On Safariin Tarangire National Park
  • The rim of Ngorongoro Crater
  • Zebras in Sernegeti National Park
  • Dining on the Rovos Rail
  • Dining on the Rovos Rail
  • Cape Town Touring/Winelands
  • Leopards of Sabi Sand

There is no better place to experience the exceptional customer service and attention to detail than in the lodges and resorts of South and East Africa.  With past European cultural influences mixed with African charm and friendliness, the combination allows the international traveller to indulge in gourmet prepared food and wines served with 5 star quality, accommodations that exceed all expectations and all in surreal settings of vast plains and valleys with teeming wildlife and bustling cities with spectacular ocean vistas and historic sights.  Our sample itinerary below combines the best of both worlds including a 3 day journey on Rovos Rail, the most luxurious train in the world! 


 

Day 1

Fly Hometown to Arusha

Day 2

Arrive in Arusha, Tanzania

Welcome to Tanzania! Upon arrival at the Kilimanjaro Airport this evening we will be met and assisted with our transfer to our hotel for our overnight stay.

Duration1 Night
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Arusha Coffee Lodge

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    Arusha Coffee Lodge



    Arusha Coffee Lodge lies cradled in the endless acres of Tanzania's largest coffee plantation. This exclusive, boutique hotel lodge has been designed around the farms' original plantation homes, radiating the warmth and invitation of the old colonial plantation homes historically distinctive to the coffee plantations. ...

    Arusha Coffee Lodge lies cradled in the endless acres of Tanzania's largest coffee plantation. This exclusive, boutique hotel lodge has been designed around the farms' original plantation homes, radiating the warmth and invitation of the old colonial plantation homes historically distinctive to the coffee plantations.

    Luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine, and roaring fires, beckon to the most seasoned traveler.

    The Arusha Coffee Lodge accommodation consists of 18 plantation houses lavishly furnished, featuring split-level living room area and a private deck patio. Offering every guest amenity and fancy, the Arusha Coffee Lodge is the place to relax and rejuvenate before or after a Tanzanian Safari. Laze around the swimming pool, enjoy a sun-downer at the Safari Bar, and unwind after a delectable meal in the lounge with a good liquor and a fireside chat.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Boutique(s)
    • Conference Facilities
    • Daycare/Babysitting Service
    • Fireplace
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lounge(s)
    • Massage Treatments
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service

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Day 3

Tarangire National Park

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Arusha airport for our flight to Tarangire National Park. On arrival we will be met at the airport to begin our safari with a game drive through Tarangire National Park with our arrival at the lodge just in time for Sundowners

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Accommodation

Tarangire Treetops

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    Centered about a Main Lodge - which itself encases a thousand year-old baobab tree - Tarangire Treetops comprises of 20 treehouses all of which are elevated above the ground affording views over the tops of surrounding marula and baobab trees. Each treehouse boasts one of ...

    Centered about a Main Lodge - which itself encases a thousand year-old baobab tree - Tarangire Treetops comprises of 20 treehouses all of which are elevated above the ground affording views over the tops of surrounding marula and baobab trees.

    Each treehouse boasts one of the largest bedrooms to be found in any camp or lodge in East Africa - with a floor space of 65 square metres - and all with an exotic double shower en suite bathroom. With furnishings that create warmth and demonstrate a commitment to local craftsmanship, the 'up-in-the-air' experience is completed by the open-fronted room design affording views across the Tarangire plains from an expansive but private balcony.

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Day 4

Tarangire National Park

Full day of activities including game drives; visit an authentic Masai village, a game walk and a game drive. Meals and overnight at Tarangire Treetops

Tarangire National Park situated only 120 km from Arusha and South East of Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its dense wildlife population, which is most spectacular between June and December. During this time of the year, thousands of animals migrate from dry savannah grasslands to Tarangire River looking for water.

Among other species to be seen at Tarangire are Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant, Lion, Warthog, Eland, the Fringe-eared Oryx, Lesser and Greater Kudu, Gerenuk, and large numbers of Impala. The park is also famous for tree-climbing Pythons and abundant bird life.

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Day 5

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

After a morning game drive and a picnic lunch in Tarangire, we fly to Manyara airstrip. On arrival, our luxury safari vehicles and friendly guides will be waiting for us. En route to our accommodation, we stop to visit an authentic African market arriving at The Manor in time for high tea. 

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Accommodation

The Manor at Ngorongoro

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    The Manor at Ngorongoro provides the perfect environment to relax and take in the outstanding natural beauty of its gardens and the coffee-bush laden hills. However the drama that is Africa is but a short distance away. Ngorongoro Crater is famed as being the 'Eighth ...

    The Manor at Ngorongoro provides the perfect environment to relax and take in the outstanding natural beauty of its gardens and the coffee-bush laden hills. However the drama that is Africa is but a short distance away.

    Ngorongoro Crater is famed as being the 'Eighth Wonder of the World', and is a 'must see' on anyone's itinerary. This extinct volcano - with its 18-kilometre wide crater floor - is home to an abundant and unique ecosystem that encompasses almost all of the wildlife that you would wish to see in Africa. This spectacular setting is a 'once-in-a- lifetime' opportunity to experience the rawness and beauty of Africa's natural flora and fauna

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Day 6

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Enjoy a full day experiencing the abundant wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater. Meals and overnight at Manor Ngorongoro.

In the Great Rift Valley, that great schism in the earth's crust lays the wonderful Ngorongoro Crater, one of the wonders of the natural world. It is an extinct volcano that collapsed in on itself around 25 million years ago thus forming a vast super bowl where the largest permanent concentration of African game is on display.

The central bowl, the caldera, has sides roughly 1,950 feet high and a flattish centre with a diameter of about ten miles. The views from the top of the crater wall are absolutely breathtaking. The crater walls are forested but four wheel drive vehicles will take you down into this primeval paradise of woodland, lake, river, swamp and plain that shelters around 20,000 animals. Many of these are the large grazing animals such as wildebeest, buffalo, gazelle and zebra that depend on the open grasslands in the crater. These attract the attendant predators, the black-maned lion, the leopard and hyena. The elephant found within the caldera tend to be the lone males who have left the herds in the forested crater rim.

When the water stocks are low elsewhere the animals within this micro-world turn to the swamps for fresh water and food. Elephants feed on the giant sedges and hippo wallow in the pools. The Fever Tree forests shelter monkeys, bushbuck and waterbuck and the few black rhino that have taken refuge here. A soda lake, fed by the Munge River attracts water birds, including flamingos and is a favorite place for predators to make their kill. Wildly beautiful as it is, it is not surprising that Ngorongoro Crater has been called a Garden of Eden.

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Day 7

Fly to Serengeti National Park

This morning you have the option to visit Lake Manyara or choose from a host of activities at the estate. After lunch, we fly to Lobo airstrip in the world-renowned Serengeti National Park and then transfer to our lodge. Serengeti National Park is one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries in the world, unequalled for its natural beauty and the greatest concentration of plains game anywhere.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
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Serengeti Migration Camp

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    Serengeti Migration Camp is the embodiment of the 'camp' experience. Located next to the famous Grumeti River which are home to resident hippos that bark and wallow their days away, Serengeti Migration Camp has become synonymous with low-impact high-action game viewing in a landscape that ...

    Serengeti Migration Camp is the embodiment of the 'camp' experience. Located next to the famous Grumeti River which are home to resident hippos that bark and wallow their days away, Serengeti Migration Camp has become synonymous with low-impact high-action game viewing in a landscape that is untouched since the dawn of time.

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Day 8

Serengeti National Park

Full day spent in the Serengeti with morning and afternoon game drives.

George Adamson, co-raiser of Elsa the lioness, and husband of "Born Free" author Joy Adamson, visited the Serengeti in the early sixties and describes the experience in "Pride and Joy", his autobiography. At this time he considered it probably the greatest of all game reserves in Africa and one man was mainly responsible - Bernhardt Grzimek, Director of Frankfurt Zoo. The Serengeti had suffered terribly from over-zealous hunting in the 1930's and from large-scale killing of game during the war. Grzimek applied himself to the tensions between Maasai need for grazing and the indigenous wildlife. He and his son carried out a massive survey, using planes to quantify the game, and identifying and logging the plant life. He used his best seller "Serengeti Shall Not Die" to raise funds and publicize the exercise. Thanks to the Grzimeks, and to John Owen who established a renowned scientific research establishment there, the Serengeti still has an amazing concentration of wildlife.

The 14,763 square kilometres of the Serengeti are probably most famous for being the southern end of the Great Migration. Every year over 1.5 million animals, mostly wildebeest but also zebra and Thompson's gazelle, follow their instincts and move through the western corridor on their 1000 kilometers journey to the fresh grazing of the Masai Mara. Predators pick off the weak, the laggardly and the young and crocodiles feast as the vast herd crosses the rivers but they continue their trek, as they have done since time immemorial. This is one of the earth's great sights - but it is by no means all the Serengeti has to offer.

The vast, flat central plains, made fertile by the ashes of the volcanoes of the Ngorongoro highlands, are places of huge skies, of shimmering heat hazes, yet also of delicate wild flowers blooming after the rains. The savannah, sprinkled with Acacia Tortilis, has majestic termite mounds and rock formations called kopjes, which make great vantage points for predators. The lion are abundant, the leopard are plentiful (yet still secretive) and black rhino and cheetah both breed here. There are more than 500 species of bird and, interestingly, 100 sub-species of dung beetle - a sign of a varied animal population! Ndutu, in the south, has small lakes where you may see hippo and water birds. Perhaps one of the best ways to see the Serengeti is a hot air balloon ride when, in the cool of the early morning, you may admire the grandeur, the vastness and the stunning landscape. Page 100 of g. Adamson - Serengeti shall not die - Bernhardt Grzimek, Director of Frankfurt zoo.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 9

Arusha

After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip for our scheduled flight to Arusha. On arrival, we transfer to the Arusha Coffee Lodge for a relaxing afternoon.

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Duration1 Night
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Arusha Coffee Lodge

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    Arusha Coffee Lodge



    Arusha Coffee Lodge lies cradled in the endless acres of Tanzania's largest coffee plantation. This exclusive, boutique hotel lodge has been designed around the farms' original plantation homes, radiating the warmth and invitation of the old colonial plantation homes historically distinctive to the coffee plantations. ...

    Arusha Coffee Lodge lies cradled in the endless acres of Tanzania's largest coffee plantation. This exclusive, boutique hotel lodge has been designed around the farms' original plantation homes, radiating the warmth and invitation of the old colonial plantation homes historically distinctive to the coffee plantations.

    Luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine, and roaring fires, beckon to the most seasoned traveler.

    The Arusha Coffee Lodge accommodation consists of 18 plantation houses lavishly furnished, featuring split-level living room area and a private deck patio. Offering every guest amenity and fancy, the Arusha Coffee Lodge is the place to relax and rejuvenate before or after a Tanzanian Safari. Laze around the swimming pool, enjoy a sun-downer at the Safari Bar, and unwind after a delectable meal in the lounge with a good liquor and a fireside chat.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Boutique(s)
    • Conference Facilities
    • Daycare/Babysitting Service
    • Fireplace
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lounge(s)
    • Massage Treatments
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service

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Day 10

Fly to Johannesburg

After breakfast this morning we will transfer to the Kilimanjaro airport for our flight to Johannesburg. Upon arrival at OR Tambo airport, we will be met by a local representative and assisted with the transfer to our hotel. Enjoy dinner at our hotel this evening.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Accommodation

Michelangelo Hotel

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    Michelangelo Hotel



    The Michelangelo Hotel is located in the central area of El Calafate. The hotel offers 20 comfortable rooms (single, double, master, and triple) equipped with TV, minibar, NDD, IDD, individually regulated heating, safe box, hair drier, bathroom amenities, room service is also available. Smoking is ...

    The Michelangelo Hotel is located in the central area of El Calafate. The hotel offers 20 comfortable rooms (single, double, master, and triple) equipped with TV, minibar, NDD, IDD, individually regulated heating, safe box, hair drier, bathroom amenities, room service is also available. Smoking is not allowed in the rooms

    Facilities

    • Internet Access
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Parking
    • Room Service

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Day 11

Lesedi Cultural Tour

Enjoy breakfast and then board the coach for our fascinating cultural tour. Five cultures in  a day, that’s what we’ll be exploring at the Lesedi Cultural Village, heart and home to families of a range of African tribes, all living harmoniously in true traditional homesteads. You’ll be right there experiencing the warmth and hospitality of people from the Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele, Sotho and Pedi cultures, and you’ll find it fascinating! Our multilingual, multivisual orientation depicts the history of South Africa, and will deepen your understanding of the complexity of our multicultural community. Your experience will include a vibrant, traditional African welcome with a refreshing drink, and the Giant Ingoma – song and dance of all five villages. The dance culminates in communal dancing with the guests around the fire. A Pan-African feast is served in the Nyama Choma restaurant with delicacies from the North, East and South Africa.

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Day 12

Embark on Rovos Rail

After another delicious breakfast, we join our luxury coach for our half-day tour of Soweto, the largest township in Southern Africa. (Soweto is an acronym for South West Township). Experience the excitement and goodwill of the inhabitants of Soweto as they work towards creating a better South Africa; enjoy the sights and sounds of the typical African township. We visit the site of the June 16 1976 massacre that gave birth to the rise of the anti-apartheid era that would eventually see the downfall of the oppressive government regime of the apartheid (segregation) era. Our tour includes a visit to the Hector Pieterson Museum, a monument to a schoolboy shot by the police in 1976 and the only street which was once home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu. You’ll see Regina Mundi Church and Mandela House before you have lunch at Sakhumzi’s Restaurant.

After lunch, transfer to the train station in Pretoria and board the luxurious Rovos Rail for our journey to Cape Town. We depart from Rovos Rail Station aboard the Pride of Africa and travel south via Johannesburg through the goldfields of the Witwatersrand. This afternoon enjoy tea in the lounge and observation cars. Dinner is served in the dining car/s.

Accommodation: Rovos Rail in a Pullman Suite

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 13

Rovos Rail

Breakfast is served until 10h00. Arrive in Kimberley, and visit the Big Hole and the Diamond Mine Museum.  Later the train departs for Matjiesfontein via De Aar.

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Day 14

Arrive in Cape Town

Breakfast will be served until 10 am, but you might want to start early today so you can get off the train for a visit in the historical village of Matjiesfontein. At 10:30 the train departs for Cape Town via Worcester. Lunch and tea are served on board. At 6 pm we will arrive at Cape Town Station, Platform 24, where we will be met and assisted to our hotel.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Duration4 Nights
Accommodation

Table Bay Hotel

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    Table Bay Hotel



    The Table Bay Hotel is located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the hub of one of the world's most picturesque working harbours and close to the arrival point for cruise liners. Adjoining one of Cape Town's largest shopping centers and with ...

    The Table Bay Hotel is located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the hub of one of the world's most picturesque working harbours and close to the arrival point for cruise liners. Adjoining one of Cape Town's largest shopping centers and with direct access to the V and A Waterfront, the Table Bay Hotel is only a minute's walk from the hive of activity, offering some of the city's finest restaurants, shops, galleries, boutiques and other major attractions. This breathtaking hotel combines the elegance of the stunning neo-Victorian architecture with traditional hospitality. The rooms and suites command magnificent views over the bay to famous Robben Island, and inwards to the city and the iconic outline of Table Mountain. The hotel is within walking distance of Cape Town's city center and numerous cultural and historical landmarks.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Bellman/Porters
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Fishing Facilities
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Horseback Riding
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry facilities
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lounge(s)
    • Massage Treatments
    • Padi Dive Centre
    • Parasailing
    • Parking
    • Parking (Valet)
    • Pool (s)
    • Reception (24 hrs)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sailing
    • Sauna
    • Secretarial Service
    • Spa
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Supervised Pool
    • Surfing
    • Tennis
    • Water sports/ Equipment
    • Watersport Activities
    • Wedding Chapel
    • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms
    • Windsurfing

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Day 15

Cape Town Touring

No visit to Cape Town is complete without a tour of the "Mother City". We will be taken to see the Houses of Parliament, the Castle, the South Africa Museum, and a few other historical sights. A highlight is a visit to the bustling Green Market Square. Our tour begins with a cable car ride up the magnificent Table Mountain (weather permitting), for a breathtaking view over the city and its surroundings. Once we have descended, we will then visit the picturesque Malay Quarter with its spicy bobotie and curry aromas filling the air. We wil be dropped off at the V& A Waterfront where a guide will walk us to the ferry crossing located at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront close to the Clock Tower, where we’ll board the ferry and cross Table Bay to Robben Island, where we will have the opportunity to interact with an ex-political prisoner. Take a 45-minute bus ride with a guide providing commentary. We will have the opportunity to explore the Murray's Bay Harbour precinct attractions, such as the Muslim shrine, or kramat, and the Museum Shop. Formerly a political prison and a leper colony before that, the historic landmark of Robben Island was recently established as a museum, national monument and world heritage sight. Experience the conditions of incarceration - view Nelson Mandela's maximum security prison cell (Cell 5) and see the lime quarries. In the one, hard labor was served, in the other prisoners discussed strategy, freedom and the future. Later, many would develop eye problems as a result of the sun's reflection off the lime surfaces. This well-preserved landmark is a monument to the triumph of freedom, dignity and determination over humiliation and oppression. On Robben Island, visitor's movements are restricted by regulation to the bus and a Robben Island specialist guide. Tours of the island are conducted in large buses.

This evening, enjoy a unique dinging experience. Discover GOLD in Cape Town. From the moment you walk through the Gold of Africa Museum in the heartbeat of a unique African restaurant in Cape Town. GOLD Restaurant will take us on a taste safari from Cape Malay to African cuisine – from Cape Town to Timbuktu with its set 15 course menu served at your table. Sit down at your table in one of our beautiful inner city courtyards surrounded by ancient trees and history. A set 15 course menu consisting of Cape Malay cuisine and African cuisine will be served to us by one of our beautifully adorned member of staff who will explain each dish to us and from which African country the dish originates from. Be captivated during dinner by our tall, graceful Mali Puppets as they dance around our tables with the drummers and singers. Their live entertainment is unique to South Africa and their performances will embrace us and take us into the heart of Africa.

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Day 16

Cape Peninsula Tour

The Fairest Cape…and it surely is! We will soon see for ourselves where and why it earned its name. Sit back and relax, we’re going to cruise along the exquisite stretch of coastline known as Millionaire’s Paradise – from Camps Bay and Clifton to the exclusive beach hamlet of Llandudno – towards the charming working harbour of Hout Bay; embark on an up-close-and-personal Seal Island cruise (weather permitting). Back on terra firma, we wind along the legendary Chapman’s Peak Drive, hugging the cliffs and relishing the breath-taking ocean views: the wild and beautiful Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, an integral part of the world-renowned Cape Floral Kingdom. Take a ride up on the funicular for magnificent views. We meander back along the coast towards the City, visiting the endearing penguin colony at Boulder’s Beach.  Lunch is included today at Seaforth’s Restaurant in Simon’s Town. 

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Day 17

Winelands Tour

This morning we will be collected for a Winelands Tour. Just outside the bustling Mother City we'll find another world entirely, full of tranquility and old world charm. Escape for a few hours and experience the magic of Stellenbosch and Paarl, in the heart of the Cape's wine-making region, with beautiful old oak trees and rolling vineyards which stretch almost all the way down to the sea. On this fascinating tour you will visit two well-known wine-farms, Franschhoek and Huguenot Memorial, as well as the historical Afrikaans Language Monument. Enjoy visits and wine tastings at 2 wineries today, along with lunch. 

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 18

Fly Capetown to Kruger Region and Sabi Sands

After breakfast this morning transfer to the airport for your flight from Cape Town to Mpumalanga, where you’ll be  met and driven to your game lodge in the Sabi Sands Private Reserve. Enjoy a late afternoon game drive.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration3 Nights
Accommodation

Singita Ebony Lodge

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    Singita Ebony Lodge



    Singita Sabi Sand offers rare solitude and the ultimate in safari luxury on prime game viewing land recognised globally for its diversity and formidable concentration of big game and frequent leopard sightings. Guests can choose between three unfenced lodges, infused with the glamour and elegance ...

    Singita Sabi Sand offers rare solitude and the ultimate in safari luxury on prime game viewing land recognised globally for its diversity and formidable concentration of big game and frequent leopard sightings. Guests can choose between three unfenced lodges, infused with the glamour and elegance of Singita.

    Ebony and Boulders, overlooking the Sand River, offer lavish comforts that have earned Singita the highest international accolades. Each lodge accommodates just 24 guests in twelve air-conditioned suites. Guests can enjoy the complete exclusivity of a private pool and game viewing deck.

    Facilities

    • Bar(s)
    • Gift Shop
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry facilities
    • Library
    • Lounge(s)
    • Pool (s)
    • Spa

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Day 19

Sabi Sand

Enjoy your day at Singita and Sabi Sand. The Sabi Sand is a privately owned game reserve adjacent to Kruger National Park, and together the two areas make up some of South Africa’s most incredible and pristine land. Singita Sabi Sand has been owned by the Bailes family who has acted as the dedicated custodians of this precious part of South Africa’s natural heritage since 1926. With the opening of its first lodge, Ebony Lodge, in 1994, Singita’s philosophy has been to protect large tracts of wilderness and wildlife populations for future generations. Prior to the lodge’s construction, this part of the Sabi Sand had been completely inaccessible save for Singita’s environmental team and the owner’s family. Since Singita Ebony Lodge opened and subsequently Singita Boulders Lodge, guests have shared the privilege of experiencing this carefully protected part of South Africa.

Spanning more than 45,000 acres, Singita Sabi Sand is renowned for high concentrations of big game and frequent leopard sightings.

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Day 20

Sabi Sand

Enjoy another full day at Singita. Here are some optional activities that the group might consider booking:

  • A private airstrip dinner with the Singita Choir performance
  • A private wine tasting in the Boulders Cellar
  • A community tour

Enjoy a fantastic day!

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 21

Fly Mpumalanga to Hometown (via Johannesburg)

After breakfast this morning transfer to the airport for our homeward bound flights. 

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