From the Sardine Run to hiking in South Africa
The well developed tourism infrastructure of South Africa means that we can offer you a range of unique, special interest packages.
From going on foot into Big Five country, to experiencing the oceanic spectacle of the Sardine Run and the dramatic peaks of the Drakensberg, all the safaris in this category offer you a chance to do something special and a little different.
You’ll see another side of the Rainbow Nation!
A fly-in lodge safari is the most time effective way to explore Botswana. After landing in Maun you can be on a game drive in the Moremi Game Reserve within the hour!
This style of safari uses small aircraft to transfer clients between a variety of luxurious bush camps and lodges, and provides the best opportunity to experience a number of different areas of Botswana in a relatively short period of time. The advantage of a fly-in lodge safari is the opportunity to maximise your safari experience without excessive travel time.
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Experience the utterly remarkable sardine run, which happens every year during May and June in South Africa. Billions of silver sardines travel north from the cold oceans off South Africa’s Cape Point.
Accompanied by experienced guides, explore the remote Pafuri area of the Kruger National Park on foot. Take in the small residents of the Park, as well as the Big Five, as you wander through groves of fever trees, towering baobabs, and lush riverine forest.