There are loads of great travel deals out there. Depending on when you are travelling and how many nights you are staying, there are some excellent discounts to take advantage of. Here is a hand picked list of the the ones that we feel are a good fit.
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Chobe National Park, in the northeast of Botswana, is the country’s second largest national park and is blessed with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. With an elephant population numbering close to 30 000, nowhere else in Africa has more of the iconic animal and you are all but guaranteed some amazing elephant sightings. Chobe is also the scene of the annual zebra migration - a truly moving spectacle to witness - which brings the whole park to life. Nearby to both the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls, a visit to Chobe National Park works well when combined with the two and is sure to provide a truly memorable safari experience.
With a nod to the great Southern African safari of yesteryear, Sabi Sand Game Reserve’s Selati Camp is a luxurious game lodge that combines colonial era romance with all the modern amenities that are necessary for a truly wonderful safari experience. During the 1870’s in the Drakensberg escarpment that sits to the west of Sabi Sabi, gold was discovered. To transport this gold the Selati line railway was built, which crossed through the Sabi Sand reserve on its way to Delagoa Bay in Mozambique and today, this disused rail bed can be seen from the Selati camp.
Nestled along the banks of the Msuthu River, Sabi Sands Little Bush Camp prides itself on offering the perfect combination of privacy and luxury. As the newest addition to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve’s family of 5-star lodges, Little Bush emanates a warmth and vibrancy that is utterly unique.
Known to be the flagship accommodation at Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Bush Lodge is renowned for its legendary hospitality and unprecedented luxury. Overlooking a bustling watering hole and the vast, untamed African plains, Bush Lodge is a place of uncompromising high standards and personalised attention.
Representing a new era in luxury safari lodges, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge in Sabi Sand Game Reserve is sculpted into the earth, and is almost invisible in the landscape. Upon arrival at the lodge you are welcomed into a hidden corridor, which leads to the entrance of the lodge and opens up onto the spectacular panorama of uninterrupted bushveld. While care was taken not to impact on the environment construction, no expense has been spared with regards to luxury and comfort.
As the latest addition to the Thornybush Collection, Saseka Tented Camp comprises eight 2-person, elevated tented suites, the Leadwood Tented Villa for families or small groups, and a masterpiece of a main area, with its dining room and lounge, which nestles intimate spaces for exquisitely private meals or stolen solitudes. Saseka, the Tsonga word for 'beautiful', rests beneath a welcoming umbrella of ancient indigenous trees on the voluptuous curve of the Monwana River as it sweeps through the untouched private wilderness of Thornybush Game Reserve in the greater Kruger National Park - a Big Five and game-abundant paradise.
A well-established luxury game lodge overlooking the seasonal Monwana River, riverine forest, sweeping savannah and an active waterhole, Thornybush Game Lodge provides the perfect introduction to the wonders of an African safari for families, small groups, wedding parties and independent travellers. The historic original camp of Thornybush Private Game Reserve in South Africa’s Kruger Park, it was rebuilt in 2001 and offers a high level of luxury and attentive personal service. A luxurious new Amani spa has been added, there is a lovely swimming pool, and a 60-seater conference facility for those combining business with an inspirational bush retreat.
Simbambili Game Lodge, located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, is a must for the romantic at heart. Each of Simbambili Game Lodge's Suites has been designed to blend seamlessly with the environment, whilst being carefully positioned to enhance privacy. The Central kaleidoscope to all Suites is the sweeping savannah, which can be viewed from the privacy of your own en-suite bathroom or private plunge pool.
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aerial view looking north-east towards Cape Town .
Nicknamed ‘The Rainbow Nation’ for its ethnic diversity, the country with 11 official languages seemingly has nearly as many mother tongues as it does ecological zones. With developed cities, two oceans, mountain ranges, savannas, deserts and forests all within its borders, it really is the world in one country. Highlights include the famous Kruger National Park, the picturesque Garden Route, Table Mountain and the city of Cape Town, The Drakensberg Mountain Range and the City of Gold, Johannesburg. With golden beaches, abundant wildlife and everything in-between, South Africa is the perfect African safari destination.
Giraffe and baobab tree silhouetted against sun in kruger national park
Without question one of the most famous National Parks in the world, the Kruger National Park is the pride of South Africa and her people. Established in 1898 and covering some two million hectares, it is home to over 1000 different species of plant, bird and animal life. Boasting all of the Big Five plus a wide range of other magnificent fauna and flora, the Kruger National Park has become a South African institution. With an abundance of accommodation options – ranging from the ultra rustic to the super luxurious – the Kruger National Park can be made to suit every taste and budget.
Considered by many in the know to be one of South Africa’s ‘undiscovered’ gems, Thornybush Game Reserve is a private reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park. The rugged woodland savannah is home to a rich variety of wildlife, with over 700 species of mammal, reptile and bird life. Thornybush also boasts South Africa’s only certified Master Tracker – Mr Wilson Masiya – who operates from the Royal Malewane lodge. The eighty luxuriously appointed lodges are all managed with environmentally sound practices that are lauded as being amongst the best in South Africa, earning Thornybush plaudits as a champion of sustainable ecotourism.
RockFig Safari Lodge is in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve which borders the Kruger National Park in South Africa. The lodge has a relaxed ambience with indoor and outdoor guest spaces that segue into each other, and enable both communal and private moments suffused with an authentic bush feel. RockFig Safari Lodge is the perfect bush destination for families with children of all ages, or for groups of friends.