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Full Day Kruger Park Safari from Hazyview

From US$84.03
  • Full-day safari of Kruger National Park
  • Get up close with wildlife such as lions, cheetah, elephants and rhino in their native habitat
  • Make the best use of your day on multiple game drives through one of Africa's largest game reserves, with rest breaks throughout
Full Day Kruger Park Safari from Hazyview
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Full Day Kruger Park Safari from Hazyview

Go in search of Africa's 'Big Five' and other animals on a full-day Kruger National Park safari. Depart Hazyview for the world-renowned game reserve—one of the continent's largest—and prepare for up to 11 hours of wildlife viewing, with food (own expense) and rest breaks throughout. Learn about local flora and fauna from your expertly-trained guide as you traverse the African bush in an open-top vehicle, seeking out leopards, hyenas, elephants, giraffe, wild dogs, lions and more. This incredible tour includes shared use of binoculars and a selection of morning beverages.

What to Expect
Your day starts early with morning coffee/tea/hot chocolate and home made rusks in the bush, a type of bread, at a view point of the park. You will stop for comfort breaks and have a chance to get breakfast and lunch at various rest-camps in the park. The tour will last up to 11 hours and your guide will keep you well informed and safe during this awesome experience to the African bush while on safari.

During your day, your guide will try to show you the big 5 of African animals: African elephants, cape buffalo, rhinos,lions,and the elusive leopard. Your guide will keep you safe and well informed of all the animals, birds, plants, trees and areas you are driving in.

In an open safari vehicle you experience the African bush so much better as you are higher than in a normal vehicle and you are not doing the driving. Also, the safari vehicle is equipped with a two-way radio so that other vehicles can communicate about sightings and locations where animals were seen.
Reviews (13)
1 - 5 of 11 reviews
Reviewed 26 June 2018
The best value in Kruger Park

Bernhard has made the booking process extremely easy and Hennie went an extra mile to make sure my trip to Kruger is the most satisfying. In one and a half days I saw 6 out of "magnificent 7" animals as well as many more. Hennie...More

1  Thank Alexei S
Reviewed 31 March 2018
A great day of hunting with cameras with Arno

With the help of Bernhard we booked a day in March for a photo trip through Kruger. Arno met us at 5am with a vehicle well set-up for photography include gimble mounts, sandbags, etc. We had a great day exploring...and thanks to Arno for getting...More

Thank Buz S
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile
Excellent safari tour

Our (funny) guide Arno is really good in what he is doing. He knows the park and its animals very well. As a result, we were able to see four animals of the big five, even in a period in which it is more difficult...More

Thank Thomas K
Reviewed 30 January 2018
A very special day in the Kruger park.

We had a very wonderfull drive with our ranger Arno Pietersen. He let us see very many special aspects of the Kruger park. The most beautiful highlight was the 2 leopards in the tree where he made some beautiful pictures of. We never should have...More

1  Thank AnneliesW42
Reviewed 4 January 2018
Great guide, service, and experience!

We went on 2 separate full day game drives with my wife and kids (age 7,9,11) and we had a wonderful experience. Quinten our guide was full of information, patient, friendly, and did a marvelous job. We were able to see an abundance of wild-life...More

1  Thank familyfrequentflyer
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