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An Interesting Big 5 Safari with a Splash of Paradise!

14 days / 13 nights – Kruger Park • Johannesburg • Mauritius

This is a seriously indulgent holiday for those looking for a combination holiday. Spend 5 nights on safari in Londolozi in search of the Big 5 before jetting off to Mauritius for 7 nights of ultimate relaxation and 5 Star pampering. Someone is going to be very pleased with you indeed!

 

Kruger Park • Johannesburg • Mauritius

Kruger Park – The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries

Johannesburg – Johannesburg is one of Africa’s main travel hubs and an inevitable access point to many Southern African destinations.

Mauritius – is a fascinating, world-in-one-island slice of paradise. Its very name of conjures up images of tropical luxury and stupendous extravagance.

Day 1-5:  Kruger Park, Sabi Sand Game Reserve
From Johannesburg you will fly to Kruger Mpumulanga International Airport where you will be met by a representative from our partner in South Africa for your charter flight into the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. The incredible team at Londolozi will be waiting for you on the air strip and will then drive you to your Lodge. You can choose from either Tree Camp or Pioneer Camp both of which are Relais & Chateaux properties and represent the pinnacle of Safari style and luxury. Four nights will allow you ample opportunity to see the Big 5 and provide for some truly incredible wilderness experiences and just about guaranteed leopard sightings among the host of plains game, birds, plants, insects, stars… basically the entire spectrum of African wilderness.
Meals: full board including local drinks.

Day 6:  Johannesburg, 1 Night
You need a night in Johannesburg in order to take the plane for Mauritius. The Intercontinental Airport Sun is attached to OR Tambo Airport by an aerial walkway. It’s a five-star hotel and offers the utmost in luxury and comfort with its supreme rooms and suites. Lounge at the rooftop pool and Health Spa with panoramic views of Johannesburg. There is much to see and do in Johannesburg not least of which is to experience the buzz of Africa’s biggest city. You can spent more than one night here if you want.

Day 7 – 14: Mauritius, 7 Nights
Spend 7 amazing nights at a five-star superior resort Trou aux Biches  or similar. This is not only Mauritius’ first eco-friendly resort, but it’s also known as the most romantic hotel in Mauritius, with its flawless beach and lagoon complemented by vivid sunsets. You will stay in a beachfront suite with your own private pool and enjoy meals at one of their six exotic restaurants. After your stay, fly back to Johannesburg and head home, with great memories, we’re sure.

 

 

Kruger Park
The Kruger National Park is the ultimate place to go on safari in search of the Big 5. The Kruger’s unspoiled and untamed environment stirs deep emotions and enables you to experience wild Africa just as you imagined it. Explore South Africa’s premier game viewing destination in style by going on one of our recommended tailor-made tours. Expert rangers from some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa will take you on a 4×4 adventure through private reserves in order to spot the Big 5 and perhaps even the Little 5. Not only that, but you’ll learn about the most fascinating things that you never stopped to think about – insects, bird life, ecosystems and topography.

The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries. It is approximately the same size as Israel or Wales and covers 20,720 square kilometers. It extends 350km from north to south and 60km from east to west. There is something intensely magical about spending a night under the African stars next to a crackling fire with nothing but the sounds of the bush and the cheer of your family and friends for entertainment.

We use our first-hand experience to create personalised itineraries for our clients. Why book with us? Well because we have the best partner in Africa and it’s more cost effective to book through an agency in Africa so we are able to offer superior rates.

Johannesburg – South Africa’s Golden City
Johannesburg is the business capital of South Africa and the economic powerhouse of Africa. It produces a large proportion of the country’s GDP and attracts investment and skills from all over the world. It is without a doubt the most cosmopolitan city in South Africa with people from all over the continent and the rest of the world. With a population of about 8 million in the greater metropolis, the city has expanded and now virtually connects to Pretoria, South Africa’s administrative capital. It is the provincial capital of Gauteng, South Africa’s wealthiest province and is the only real global city in sub-Saharan Africa.

Johannesburg is also one of Africa’s main travel hubs and an inevitable access point to many Southern African destinations.

The city was formed in the 1880s after gold and diamonds were discovered on the Witwatersrand. This gold rush led to numerous people flocking to the area in search of riches and labour and the settlement quickly expanded to become the largest in the country. The locals refer to it as Egoli – City of Gold in the Zulu language. Mining is still a major part of the industry around ‘Joburg/Jozi’ but business and information technology are now leading the way.

Mauritius
Mention the word Mauritius, and travellers picture a palm-fringed oasis in the Indian Ocean, while those who have been here heave a sigh of contentment. The stereotype rings true and despite its immense popularity, the island still provides a beach holiday that dreams are made of! Whether you explore the north, south, east or west coasts, you will be awed by beautiful beaches, coral reefs, tropical rainforests, and pampered in accommodation of the highest calibre.
Mauritius has a number of destinations, each offering a unique experience. Many travellers head north to Grand Baie, a seaside village and large beautiful bay that’s popular with tourists. The west coast is sheltered with calm waters while the east coast is rougher with a rocky coastline. The south is the least developed with more stretches of wild nature and offers a secluded getaway.