Nothing Compares to a 3 Day Getaway to a Great Panorama Route and Kruger National Park Safari.Destination best known for it’s never-ending scenery and an unforgettable Safari Experience. Upon arrival in Mpumalanga you will make your way to the Great Panorama route for natures best viewing places such God’s Window, Berlin Falls, Blyde River Canyon, the 3 Rondavels, Bourke’s Potholes and so much more. With viewing points giving you a 360-degree angles into untouched and unspoilt natural beauty. On your second day wake up early on our Kruger Safari to catch the Big 5 before they hide from the sun. Roam the Kruger National Park trying to spot your Big 5, Small 5, Ugly 5 and many more Wildlife of the wild. After a few hours make your way to Skukuza Camp on the banks of Sabie River for some rest and lunch before trekking off again to see if you can catch anymore sightings before heading back to your Safari Lodge for some relaxation. On your third day having seen all there is we make our way back to Johannesburg having taken many images and made many memories.
Depart from the City of Johannesburg to Mpumalanga the province where the sun rises at 06:00am.
The stop at the town of Dullstroom known for its crystal-clear dams, fishing, and outdoor activity. We stop to refreshments and to stretch our legs before continuing.
We will get to experience the Blyde River Canyon which a 26km long Canyon located in Mpumalanga, South Africa. It is the third-largest canyon on Earth, behind the Grand Canyon and the Fish River Canyon. Unlike the Grand and Fish River Canyon, the Blyde River Canyon is a “green canyon” which is dominated by subtropical vegetation
God’s Window will be also another stop for a picturesque viewpoint. Uniquely located North of Graskop, while standing at this view point you get a beautiful view of the panoramic lowveld. You will be able to view the magnificent Blyde River Canyon
The Berlin Falls are a waterfall in Mpumalanga, South Africa. They are located close to God’s Window and the highest waterfall in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province
Three Rondavels is also amongst the offerings. There Three Rondavels which are three round mountain tops with slightly pointed tops, remarkably like the traditional round or oval African homesteads made with local materials called rondavels. Once known as the chief and his three wives – the flat-topped peak represented Mapjaneng, famous for opposing invading Swazis in a memorable battle, whilst the rondavels are three of his more troublesome wives – Magabolle, Mogoladikwe and Maseroto
After our time at the Panorama Route, we make our way to Hazyview which is where our overnight accommodation is
Awaken at dawn and listen to the birds before driving out of camp hoping to find some of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo).
Enjoy a hearty breakfast, then continue to a waterhole to see hippos, crocodiles, and birds before returning to your camp for a siesta or perhaps an afternoon swim.
The Kruger National Park, in northeastern South Africa, is one of Africa’s largest game reserves. It has a high density of wild animals includes the Big 5: lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalos. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species such as vultures, eagles, and storks. Mountains, bush plains and tropical forests are all part of the landscape
We will leave the lodge at 5.00 Am to start looking for wildlife till late in the afternoon. We will stop at one of the restaurants inside the park at Skukuza to have some lunch and then continue tracking the wildlife that is our motive for the day.
At around 5 pm we will head back to the lodge and relax and start looking at the photos we took and remembering the great fun we had.
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