Day 1: Johannesburg – Kruger Area
We collect you from your hotel or Johannesburg Airport and travel via Dullstroom to Tremisana Game Lodge. There you board an open Landcruiser for a Sunset Drive on this Big Five Game Reserve. After dark, spotlights are used to locate nocturnal animals. Dinner will be an unforgettable BUSH BRAAI in the Marula Tree Boma deep in the African bush. Continue with the night drive after dinner and overnight in an en suite chalet at Tremisana Lodge.
DAY 2 : Kruger Area
You travel in an open-sided Gameviewer to the Orpen area of Kruger Park. The added elevation and absence of windows allows for excellent viewing and photographic opportunities. Your qualified guide will show you various animals, large and small, that frequent this outstanding wildlife paradise. The zone of Kruger you visit has the highest percentage population of giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and impala that attract numerous lions and other predators. Dinner and overnight in your fascinating treehoiuse at Marc’s Treehouse Lodge.
DAY 3 : Kruger Area
We have an early morning Bush Walk accompanied by an armed ranger. You will be shown various interesting details of the bush, including insects, spoor and scats. You have an excellent chance of encountering Nyala, Buffalo and other game on foot. After breakfast, we drive to the Three Rondawels of the Blyde River Canyon. We return you to your hotel or airport at around 17h00.
|01 January 2015 – 31 December 2015|
|ZAR 6,995 per person sharing|
|ZAR 7,595 per person single|
|01 January 2016 – 31 December 2016|
|ZAR 7,495 per person sharing|
|ZAR 8,095 per person single|
The first night of your stay will be spent at Tremisana Lodge that offers thatched chalets with air-conditioned and en suite ( shower, toilet, basin ) and has a tea/coffee station.Each bed has its own mosquito net.
The rest of the nights will be spend at Marc’s Treehouse Lodge. This camp offers 12 reed and thatch treehouses, 7 tented units and 2 brick and mortar chalets. There are 3 original treehouses that are not en suite but have private designated ablutions. These are built in trees or have trees as supports. The remaining 9 treehouses are not in trees per se but are built on stilts within the tree canopy and are located in the gallery forest. Three treehouses overlook an illuminated waterhole, often frequented by our resident buffalo herd while nine treehouses are discreetly nestled in gallery forest along the river. Each treehouse is equipped with beds and linen, soap and towels, overhead fan, mosquito nets and wooden viewing deck.