3 Day Kruger & Panorama Route Classic Safari
The classic Kruger Park Safari.
You will be collected from your accommodation in Joburg and make your way to Hazyview. This little town is know as the gateway to Kruger as it is simply a 10 minute drive into the Kruger. Accommodation is in en-suite chalets. Day one will see you do an afternoon game drive shortly after arriving. Day two sees you up first thing in the morning for a full day in Kruger in search of the big five and everything else Kruger has to offer. The late afternoon provides you with some down time to chill by the pool. Day three and you are off to explore the panorama route on the way back to Joburg. God Window, Burke’s Luck Potholes and the Three Rondawels are truly sights to be amazed by.
For those with a little time but who want to see as much as possible, this is the perfect trip. Dont miss out. Book Now!
Day 1 Joburg – Hazyview
We depart Johannesburg early morning from your place of accommodation and make our way through the Lowveld to the Kruger National Park. A quick stop on route for a late breakfast or lunch (Own Account) is enjoyed before continuing. The route showcases some of South Africa’s finest Lowveld farmlands before arriving at our lodge in Hazyview just 5 minutes from the Kruger National Park. Time is spent relaxing at the pool or in your chalet before taking part in an open vehicle sunset game drive inside the Kruger National park.
Meals Included: Dinner
Day 2 Hazyview – Kruger National Park
A full day Game Drive is on the menu for today in an open 4×4 game drive vehicle with a local guide. An opportunity for excellent game viewing to sight the Big Five as well as hundreds of antelope and bird species exist today. Not guaranteed to sight all the big five such as the illusive leopard during the day. We make our way through the Skukuza area of the Kruger Park throughout the day in the effort to tick off most of the wildlife that the Kruger has to offer. Lunch is on own account at one of the rest camps
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Day 3 Kruger National Park – Joburg via Panorama Route
After an early morning breakfast, we depart and set off on the Panorama route via the Gods Window, Bourkes Luck Holes and three Rondawels. Continuing to Johannesburg, we pass through the small towns of Ohrigstad and Lydenburg stopping in Dullstroom for a quick light lunch. We arrive back in Johannesburg late afternoon to be transferred back to your place of accommodation where we bid you farewell.
Meals Included: Breakfast
On every safari to Southern Africa, it is essential to know what to pack and that you pack the correct gear so as to avoid any mishaps while on tour. Below is a guideline to some of the basic requirements.
Please remember to NOT pack your gear into hard cover suitcases as this is difficult to carry around and could get damaged. It’s also very important to limit your luggage to the below weight limits.
Your Luggage should consist of:
• One large kit bag.
• No hard suitcases (max. weight =20 kg (44 lbs)).
• One item of hand luggage (e.g. a small backpack).
Personal Equipment For Luxury Safaris To Southern Africa:
• Passport (must be valid at least another 6 months from date of entry.)
• Warm Sleeping Bag. (Camping Safaris)
• Torch with spare batteries and globes
• Warm Jacket
• Swimming Costume
• Natural Clothing (i.e. No bright colors)
• A pair of light weight long pants and a lightweight long sleeve shirt (to use against the sun)
• Comfortable walking shoes and strops/sandals
• Camera Equipment, Binoculars, and lots of spare memory cards & batteries
• Water bottle
Toiletries For Luxury Safaris To Southern Africa:
• Personal Toiletries in small bag, not a vanity case
• Suntan Lotion and block out for the face
• Malaria Prophylaxis. (Northern Namibia, Botswana and Kruger National Park)
• Mosquito repellent lotion/spray
The below important information is for each traveller to read through and to understand before arriving on your African safari. Please contact our consultants should there be any queries.
African Safari Insurance (Compulsory)
All travellers booking a safari to Southern Africa must have adequate medical insurance. This is compulsory as activity providers on safari may refuse participation of activities without proper insurance in place. Should you not have medical insurance you may be required to pay cash before being airlifted should this become necessary.
Please note that we need to be informed of any pre-existing health conditions such as diabetes or asthma or any other condition that requires prescription medicine. Please note that we or any of its travel partners will not be held liable or responsible for damage or loss to such medication and the safe-keeping of such medication must be looked after by its respective user.
In order for both us and our travel partners to properly cater whilst on tour, it is important to inform us at the point of booking should there be any special dietary requirement.
As visa requirements vary considerably from country to country and nationality to nationality, please contact the various embassies or a visa service agent in your home country to re-check your visa requirements at least 4 weeks prior to travelling.
Please note that visas are the responsibility of the traveller and that both us and our partners will not be held responsible for guests being denied entry should they not be in the possession of the relevant visas.
PLEASE NOTE: Should the adventure tour you are joining be re-entering a country, be sure to have a multiple entry visa that enables you to re-enter the country.
All travellers must be in possession of a valid onward/return air ticket or proof of other means of transport enabling the traveller to leave the country in which your adventure tour passes or terminates. You should also have proof of sufficient funds (e.g. credit card) to see you through your time in the country.