Cape Town & Kruger Park Safari to private game reserves walking safari

Cape & Kruger – Cape Town and Kruger Park Safari

South Africa

Tour Length: 10 days

Cape Town | North Kruger Park | South Kruger Park
10 Days – South Africa

Visiting the twoCape Town and Kruger Park Safari most popular areas in South Africa, our Cape Town & Kruger Park Safari delivers both a cosmopolitan city experience and exciting wildlife adventure including private game reserves and a walking safari.
From $3,795  per person

Book the Cape & Kruger at the CLASSIC  accommodation level and celebrate with a 50% companion discount for the second traveler.

Book the Cape & Kruger at the LUXE  accommodation level and celebrate with a 25% companion discount for the second traveler.

Book by March 31, 2019  for travel by July 31, 2019.

Welcome to the ‘fairest Cape in the World’. Colonial monuments co-exist with delightful modernity in the glorious city of Cape Town. Basking in a Mediterranean climate for most of the year, veteran travelers insist this setting tops even the trendiest resort in the south of France. Certainly… the wines are just as delicious! Relax and enjoy guided sightseeing: a cable car to the top of Table Mountain, a tour of the delightful city and an excursion along the full length of the Cape Peninsula. As a special treat: enjoy dinner in the home of a Capetonian family when traveling at the Classic, Luxe or Premier level.

Cape Town & Kruger Park Safari South Africa MapSouth Africa’s finest wildlife refuge, Kruger National Park, your safari paradise for 5 exciting days. Nothing compares to the thrill of seeing your first lion on the hunt. Be prepared for non-stop action as you search for the Big Five on morning and afternoon game drives at private game reserves. Open safari vehicles, expertly maneuvered by professional game rangers, allow for close-up encounters and superb photographic opportunities. During the quiet midday, a guided walking safari places you ‘nose to nose’ with the small denizens of the bush.

Designed for those who are serious about the wildlife, this program visits two different game lodges within Kruger, in two distinct eco-zones. Mix up the menu, meet your new game ranger and say ‘hello’ to a whole new batch of fellow safari enthusiasts.

Tempted to see a bit more? Think about adding Victoria Falls, Chobe Botswana or even an exciting extension to Kenya or Tanzania.

Cape Town and Kruger Park Safari Itinerary

Day 1 Depart USA
Relax on an overnight flight to South Africa.

Day 2-4 Cape Town (3 nights)

Two glorious days exploring the city and environs. Ride a cable car up to Table Mountain and tour the colorful Malay Quarter. Pose on the very edge of the continent on a Cape Point tour. Meet penguins, seals and playful baboons. As a special treat for Premier Level: a Home Host dinner with a Capetonian family!

Day 5-6 North Kruger Park Private Reserve (2 nights)

Wing to Kruger Park… wildlife heaven! Daily game drives at private game reserves allow for close-up encounters with elephant, lions, giraffe, buffalo, zebra, hippo, and hyena, to name a few.

Sabi Sabi Private Game Lodges. Selati, Bush Lodge, Little Bush Lodge, Earth Lodge

Day 7-8 South Kruger Park Private Reserve (2 nights)

Cape Town & Kruger Park Safari private game rexervesA new part of Kruger, a new lodge and a new venue to double your game viewing opportunities! Open safari vehicles plunge into the bush in pursuit leopard on the hunt. Don’t miss the midday walking safari for a true bush experience!

Day 9 Depart Johannesburg
“Farewell” to Africa. Wing back to Johannesburg and depart.

Day 10 Arrive USA
Welcome Home!

Unforgettable Moment #702

Cape Town must be one of the most beautiful cities in the world; no wonder, Sir Francis Drake, Captain and Explorer, described it as, “The Fairest Cape in all the World”.  The safari experience was the best, can’t wait to return.

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