We start our journey on Day 1 where you our valued visitor is met at OR Tambo International Airport by our team and escorted to your awaiting bus. Once you are settled and comfortable we set out on our adventure for the Kruger National Park.
On our journey, we will be stopping along the way at placed of interest such as:
You will be able to enjoy approximately 2 hours of relaxation while enjoying a delicious pancake and coffee or other local cuisine. You will also be able to step back in time and experience history through the discovery of the heritage of the town.
Our next stop will be Marloth Park which is situated a few kilometres from the Crocodile Bridge entrance to the Kruger National Park. Here you will be accommodated in a luxurious tented camp called Jackalberry Ridge Lodge.
Upon arrival, you will have the opportunity to order, pay and enjoy stunning sundowners while enjoying the African sunset.
At Dinner time, you will be able to enjoy the notorious signature cuisine of Jackalberry Ridge Lodge while listen to the African nocturnal wildlife.
We greet Day 2 with an early rise where Our Ranger will meet you at Jackalberry at an arranged time in the morning depending on the season, where your first enjoyable day in the Kruger begins.
Your journey begins with the entering of the Park through the Crocodile Bridge Gate and the exploration will take you through the south-western parts of the park. This area is the proud icon of undulating- and mountainous landscape areas and picturesque elements.
Through our adventure, we will stop at a fantastic spot called “Afsaal” (meaning to take the saddle of a horse) for a Bushveld Brunch.
Your journey will continue through the day with stops at:
From Skukuza we will travel south back to Crocodile Bridge and then back to Jackalberry Ridge Lodge.
Dinner will be enjoyed at one of the well know restaurants in Marloth Park.
Today we invite you to sit back and relax.
This glorious day of the trip is set aside as a rest day.
We invite you to explore as Marloth Park is a reserve and animals roam freely around the park...no predators.
For those who are energetic enough we recommend one of the following activities for guest's account:
At dinner time, you will be treated to a true South African Braai.
Another early rise as the Ranger will be waiting to take you on your second day through Kruger.
This time you will be exploring the South-eastern part of Kruger. Travelling through the Basalt Plains area with numerous plains where various game, white rhino, elephant and a possible cheetah sighting await your adventuring spirit.
We will be heading north for Lower Sabie Camp for breakfast.
After breakfast, we will head for the Tshokwane Picnic Spot one of the areas with possibly the highest Leopard densities in the world.
The day also includes a trip to Komatipoort where you will enjoy dinner at a restaurant known for its mixture of local cuisine of Mozambique Portuguese and South African dishes.
The day will be spent at an Elephant Park where you are able to meet the Jumbos, even get a ride on Jumbos back. View our Elephant Park experience folder in the gallery.
For those guest's not going on the Elephant Walk we recommend a Morning Bushwalk and a hearty brunch in the Big 5 area which is part of the Greater Kruger. When returning from the Bush Walk the guests are welcome to enjoy the facilities of Marloth Park while waiting for the other guest's to return.
As Porky Pig, would say “THATS ALL FOLKS”.
After a hearty breakfast your journey will culminate with the trip back to OR Tambo.
On route, you will have stops at:
Arival at OR Thambo will be at 18h00.