South Africa offers Africa’s most refined wildlife experiences – raw bushveld and superb viewing of Big Five game animals coupled with luxury game lodges, superb cuisine and world class standards of service and guiding.
Easily the most famous wildlife reserve is Kruger National Park, 2 million hectares of raw wilderness stretching 350 km from north to south and astounding in its wildlife diversity. Along the western boundary of Kruger Park lies a mosaic of private game reserves, all offering exclusive safaris to view wildlife from open landrovers. Well-trained guides will help you locate the Big Five - lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo - whilst educating you about the local ecology.
Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
The famous Sabi Sands boasts some of the finest Big Five viewing in the world coupled with long established and exclusive lodges. Our recommendations include Singita, Londolozi, Exeter Lodges, Mala Mala and Leopard Hills – all have earned reputations for their world- class service and facilities.
Timbavati Private Game Reserve
The Timbavati provides a slightly wilder bush experience and we recommend the charming and luxurious Ngala Tented, Honeyguide and Kings camps.
Kruger National Park
Wilder still, our recommended camps of Pafuri, in the remote northern sector of the park and Singita Lebombo, a stunning fusion of modern architecture, offer a true wilderness experience.