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  • Bookings

    You can make a booking enquiry online. No credit card needed for this. You can also contact us by phone. Some popular destinations are often fully booked so it is a good idea to book in advance. We will confirm if there is availability during your requested dates. Once your booking is confirmed we will advise you regarding the deposit required. We offer Secure online checkout, SWIFT bank transfer as well as Paypal/Credit card payments. Cash payments can also be arranged for day tours.
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  • Best times for a Safari

    Best time to visit - most of our safaris and tours are all year and each season has its own pros and cons. Game viewing is best during the dry winter months, but during summer you will still see many animals and the vegetation is lush. Summer is also great for swimming and other outdoor activities.
  • Peak Times

    These usually coincide with school holidays. South African school holidays take place over April, June, September, and December to February, and these are peak times for the game parks and reserves.
  • What to bring on a safari

    Pack light – South African summers are hot and even winters in the Kruger Park are relatively warm. Bring some warm clothes for chilly evenings and night drives. Insect repellent is a must in the summer months for mosquitos, and sunscreen is useful if you plan on being outdoors. Pack a couple of long sleeved shirts and a pair of long trousers. The evenings can be chilly and they are also good for keeping mosquitoes and other insects at bay. . In winter you can be very cold on a morning game drive, but perfectly comfortable in shorts and a t-shirt at midday. The secret is to wear several layers that you can take off or add to as needed. Unless you are doing a walking safari, there is no need to pack heavy duty hiking boots. A good durable pair of trainers is all that is needed. You might also like to pack a pair of sandals for around the lodge or pool. Other useful items include hat, sunglasses, camera, mobile phone, binoculars, small flashlight, cash, card, reading materials. See a comprehensive list here
  • Facilities in the Parks

    Bedding and toweling as well .Some camps run generators that are switched off at certain times. Some campsites are electrified, some partially so. Campers should bring a 25m extension cord fitted with a 240 Volt blue plug. Exceptions to amenities will be indicated either on the camp listing, or during the booking process. Some camps have cell phone receptions. All our lodges have restaurants and shops.
  • Pets

    With the exception of guide dogs for visually impaired (which require the proper license) no animals whatsoever may be brought into a National Park.
  • Water

    It is entirely safe to drink the tap water, but bottled water is available at the various restaurants and convenience stores, should visitors prefer it.
  • Swimming

    Swimming pools are available. You may not swim in any rivers in the Park.
  • Malaria

    Although the Kruger Park is a malaria area, and guests are advised to take precautions, travel is quite safe. Malaria prophylaxis is recommended, but please talk to one of our agents for more information. It is advisable to take only children above the age of five into the Kruger Park We also offer numerous safari options in malaria free areas.
  • Service Gratuities

    In most cases, a gratuity or service fee is not included and tipping is at your discretion. Standard tips are as follows: Transfers – ZAR 10 per person Restaurants – 10-15% for good to exceptional service Rangers – ZAR 50-100 per drive
  • Internet Connection

    Some lodges offer Wi-Fi. You can also use a HSPA USB stick to connect your notebook in areas that have cell phone reception. We strongly advise you, however, to disable the geotagging function before posting any animal sightings as this could help poachers find their next kill.
  • Children

    All the parks are child friendly. Please see our pricing regarding children.