If visitors are looking to combine the exquisiteness of the Cape with the awe-inspiring Kruger National Park, the Cape to Kruger Tour is ideal. It’s the perfect way to capture the essence of some of South Africa’s most pride-filled regions. From navigating the meandering winelands to taking in the pristine beaches and a trip up Table Mountain to indulging in the fair Cape’s local flavors before heading off for prime game viewing in the number one reserve in the country, visitors will truly be spoilt with top service and an unforgettable adventure.
Time in the Kruger Park is inevitably spent at the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. The luxury lodge accommodation means visitors can spend their days on safari and evenings indulging in world-class meals and ultra-comfy abodes. There aren’t any fences between Sabi Sands and the Kruger Park so animals pass through freely adding to the never-to-be-forgotten experience. A Cape to Kruger tour includes heading up north to the 13,000 hectare Kapama Private Game Reserve where the combination of riverine and savannah means visitors will see herds of elephant, buffalo and antelope as well as the rest of the Big 5 and a whole host of amazing species.
Highlights of Cape Town
Time spent in Cape Town is simply incomplete without visits to the Cape Peninsula, Table Mountain and incredible Chapman’s Peak for amazing photo opportunities. There’s also Cape Point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet in what looks like a single wave sitting still in the middle of the ocean; and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. From Seal Island to Robben Island, Camps Bay to Fishoek, Cape Town offers an area and experience for everyone. Beaches, parks, world-class malls and plenty of different types of educational tours are all on offer in the fair Cape.
Of course, the Cape Winelands are a must for trying some of the worlds’ most delicious wine and irresistible local dishes.
Once visitors fly over to Sabi Sands they can enjoy top notch high teas, game drives in open vehicles and refreshing sundowners beneath the scorching African skies. Early morning game drives that usually set off by 5am are idyllic for witnessing the bush coming to life before heading off on a bush walk to really get up close and personal with the flora and fauna. A sunset game drive is just the thing for spotting the Big 5 while sipping champagne and having a light bite to eat.
Kapama Game Reserve
Once visitors head further north in the Kruger Park, there are even more game drives and explorations to be had. Don’t just watch out for the Big 5, there is an abundance of fascinating smaller wildlife and birdlife to learn about that are simply captivating along with stunning plant life too. Don’t forget to experience a night drive or two, to get a glimpse of the nocturnal animals coming out.
A Cape to Kruger safari tour really is one of the best ways to experience the incredible beauty of South Africa, the fine wines and delicious dishes along with the fascinating creatures and flora make for a busy, educational and cherished trip. Summers are scorching but usually bring relief in the form of afternoon showers and winters are dry and temperate – so any time is a great time to visit the South of the continent.
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