5-Night Stay in a Luxury Safari Camp for 2
Enjoy a five-night stay for two people in a luxury safari camp located three hours north of Johannesburg Airport in Limpopo Province.
The safari camp is situated on the banks of three hippo-filled lakes and surrounded by an abundance of African Wildlife.
You will experience the intimacy of a luxury tented accommodation, outfitted with features with trim canvas that envelopes in a fully-immersive atmosphere that is authentic to those Colonial traditions of the past.
You will partake in fireside meals prepared from locally-sourced epicurean specialities and conclude your evenings in luxury while dozing to native sounds. You will see and photograph animals that you have only dreamed of seeing in person.
Returning home from this once-in-a-lifetime experience, you will have first-hand knowledge of the vastness and raw beauty only found on Africa safari.
The package includes:
- Daily game drivers
- Meet and greet at the airport
- Airport transfers and all meals and lodging in the photo camp with limited alcohol at meal
- Sunday Check in and Friday check out
- Additional excursions and travellers are available at an additional cost
- Valid for one year and subject to availability
- Flights are not included
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