Tag: safari

  • Mala Mala Game Reserve

    Situated in Mpumalanga, the Mala Mala Game Reserve shares some 19 kilometers of its border with the internationally famed Kruger National Park. While not quite as famous as its neighbour, Mala Mala is every bit as special. The reserve is part of a conglomeration of reserves which together cover some 5.5 million acres of land. Mala Mala itself covers approximately 33 000 ha. The massive scale ...

  • Kruger National Park

    South Africa's Kruger National Park is probably one of the most renowned game reserves in the world. Encompassing 20 million hectares of African flora and fauna, the Kruger National Park Game Reserve is a rich blend of natural wonders, historical heritage and archaeological sites, offering an authentic African wildlife experience that no tourist should miss.

  • Sabi Sands Game Reserve

    Luxury and exclusivity – two words that come to mind when one thinks about Sabi Sands. This stunning private game reserve is a part of the Greater Kruger Park. It offers a luxurious game viewing experience in the South African bushveld at a price that keeps it exclusive – not that it is really expensive since the experience is worth every cent.

  • Shamwari Game Reserve

    South Africa's Shamwari Game Reserve is a renowned big 5 destination covering some 20 000 hectares of gorgeous wild landscape in the Eastern Cape. A malaria free private game reserve, Shamwari draws many eager tourists to its exquisite lodges. A well-recognized tourist destination, Shamwari Game Reserve has been presented with several international awards.

  • Weddings

    Even in this day and age of rapidly changing values, a person's wedding day is still considered to be one of the most important days of their life. Most brides want it to be a day to remember, they want it to be perfect. But there is so much to consider and so much to do that most find the process of organizing such a wedding simply overwhelming. Where do you even start?

  • Hazyview

    Located just 10 kilometers from the Phabeni Gate of Kruger National Park, Hazyview is aptly named for the hot summer haze that veils the landscape. Hazyview is the ideal destination from which to explore the Kruger Park and other popular game reserves in Mpumalanga. With fantastic accommodation options and plenty to see and do, you will definitely want to spend some time in this fantastic ...

  • Safaris

    One of the main reasons international visitors travel to South Africa, is to view its unique and diverse wildlife. For many, the thought of being able to see magnificent animals such as giraffe, buffalo, elephant and lion, is a lifelong dream, and with so many natural parks and reserves, in South Africa, visitors have a variety of locations they can choose from. However, most of the parks ...