Do a self-drive tour with go! and Bhejane 4x4 Adventures to the Kruger, Swaziland and Mozambique.
Join go! and Bhejane 4x4 Adventures on a diverse tour to the Kruger National Park, Swaziland and Mozambique.
RATES AND DATES
When? 2 – 10 June 2018 Accommodation: Tents and beach lodge. Tour price: R11 550 per adult sharing. Half-price for children under 10.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING
• A vehicle and fuel • Stretchers/mattresses, bedding and camp chairs • Drinks and snacks • Medical emergency and evacuation insurance cover • Border fees and road taxes
WHAT BHEJANE PROVIDES
• All camp, lodge and park fees • All advertised activities • Tents, cutlery and crockery • All meals, tea and coffee in camp
You will meet your guide at the Kruger Park’s Phalaborwa gate in the early afternoon. From here we drive a private route to our camp for the night. The campsite has very basic facilities and is unfenced.
This morning we continue exploring parts of the park not accessible to the general public before we rejoin the open roads. Lunch consists of a packed picnic and in the afternoon you’re free to drive the park’s roads, heading towards Satara, our camp for the evening.
Today we move camp to the south of the park. Lunch is another packed picnic and you’ll have time to do game drives on your own or follow our guide to our overnight place.
After a morning game drive, we make our way to Malelane gate. We do some shopping, refuel in Malelane and later enter Swaziland via the Jeppes Reef border post. Then we head to our campsite for the next two nights in Malolotja Nature Reserve, a highland mountain reserve with magnificent scenery and a variety of game.
After breakfast, we go on a game drive in the reserve, enjoying the surroundings. We visit one of the oldest mines in the world, as well as the Ngwenya Glass factory, where we watch the glassblowers turn recycled glass into magic.
We drive east through Swaziland, passing the outskirts of Mbabane, and enter southern Mozambique. Our home for the next three nights is a beach lodge overlooking the azure waters at Ponta Malongane.
DAYS 7 & 8:
These two days are all about the tropical east coast. Rubber ducks will take us out to sea to snorkel around the area’s famous reefs. Don’t forget your diving mask and snorkel. If we’re lucky, we may spot a whale or a pod of dolphins.
After breakfast, we head back to South Africa via the nearby Ponta do Ouro border post where we have to say our goodbyes. From there it is a two-hour drive on good tarred roads to the N2 near the town of Mkuze.