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Activities 2019-02-25T14:02:00+00:00

Open Vehicle Safaris

Kruger National Park Tours which have been compiled by experienced Tour Operators. Kruger Park Tour Packages allow the traveller a stress-free holiday in the Park with all aspects of the trip taken care of. Take a tailor-made tour or join a daily excursions of the Park.

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Skyway Trails – “Africa’s longest aerial cable trail”

Experience the freedom of gliding over one of the last remaining natural forested valleys along the Sabie River. The aerial cable trail takes you down into the valley basin, stopping along the way on a number of elevated platforms to admire the natural vegetation, birdlife and the views of the forest floor below.

White water rafting – Sabie River

The Sabie River provides 20 rapids with areas of scenic vegetation and outstanding birdlife viewing. This 8 km route is yielding to the novice, yet accommodating to the thrill seeker within all of us. Swimming, bum sliding at “Lion’s Rock”.

Quad Biking

Experience the excitement of quad bike trails in the scenic riverine area in and around the Sabie River Valley and the bushveld surrounding the Kruger National Park.

Shangana Cultural Village

Midway between the Blyde River Canyon and the Kruger National Park, the residents of the traditional villages of Shangana invite guests to share in the way of life of the Shangaan people. The picturesque villages are set in the shade of ancient trees in a reserve of forest and grassland.

Elephant Whispers

There is something magical about swaying through the African bush on the back of an elephant.

Golf Courses

With three golf courses a holiday in Hazyview affords you the unique opportunity to combine your favourite sport with the unrivalled game viewing opportunities offered by the Kruger National Park. With the possibility of wildlife looking in on your game of golf, you won’t even need to venture far to view some of South Africa’s finest game.

Panorama self-drive

The Panorama Route offers a kaleidoscope of breathtaking scenery, natural beauty and African diversity. We visit well known sites on this tour in an air-conditioned vehicle with a qualified guide who has good knowledge of the area.  Spectacular views of the Blyde River Canyon, and out over the endless Lowveld beyond will not disappoint.  We take guests along the edge of the escarpment to look out points offering magnificent views, including God’s Window, Wonderview and the Three Rondawels.  Along the route we visit the famous Bourke’s Luck Potholes – deep cylindrical cavities formed by thousands of years of water erosion at the confluence of the Blyde and Treur Rivers.