Days 1 - 2
The small town of White River is found in the Mpumalanga province. Here, tropical fruits, macadamia nuts, vegetables and timber are produced in abundance. Its proximity to the Kruger National Park makes an excellent base for exploring the park and other exciting things to do in the area. White River is a great holiday destination for both locals and tourists looking to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings. Fun activities include exploring the Lowveld Botanical Garden and Reptile Park. White River is a fantastic getaway spot with lots to see and do, friendly residents and beautiful restaurants.
Days 2 - 3
The transition zone between north and south of the Kruger Park is a unique habitat known as the Olifants rugged veld with open savanna grasslands and tangled woodland vegetation. This terrain supports some of the largest herds of zebra, buffalo, impala, giraffe, and wildebeest. It is significantly more likely to find a kill in central Kruger than almost anywhere else in the park. The Olifants River is the largest of the park’s water sources, where elephants and other mammal species bathe and drink. Enjoy unique game drives and guided walks that will make your experience of the African bush one never to forget.
Days 5 - 7
Mozambique's Chidenguele is a small town in the southern part of the country. Cycad forests and breathtaking ocean views decorate its kilometres of pure white sandy beaches. It truly is a piece of paradise! The town is a tranquil holiday destination in a safe environment, surrounded by nature and hospitable, friendly people. In the subtropical climate of Mozambique paired with the warm Indian Ocean water, you are sure to have a relaxing holiday with sand between your toes on the perfect beaches that stretch for miles. Snorkelling, diving, hiking and birdwatching are some of the fun-filled activities offered here.
Days 7 - 9
Tofo is a small town in the southeastern part of Mozambique. It is located on the coast of the Indian Ocean in the Inhambane province. Bustling little markets can be found just off the main beach, where fresh fish, groceries and drinks are enjoyed. There’s also an excellent selection of local crafts, paintings and souvenirs. Undoubtedly, the main attraction of Tofo is diving and snorkelling offshore, where you get to swim with giant whale sharks and manta rays. Dive and surf enthusiasts flock to this hotspot, but some stunning upmarket guesthouses and lodges are also scattered along the coast.
Days 9 - 11
Vilanculos is a coastal bay town in the southeastern region of Mozambique. Beyond the bay lies the Bazaruto Archipelago, a chain of islands in a marine national park. This area has become a popular holiday destination and stopover point for sunseekers. A few kilometres inland, visitors will find restaurants, bars, markets, and supplies. The markets in Vilanculos have a large selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, and the cultural centre offers a variety of arts and crafts. Many of the town's eateries serve the world-renowned Mozambique prawns and beers. A great beach getaway for people wanting a relaxing vacation.
Days 11 - 12
Set along the breathtakingly beautiful coast of Mozambique, Zavora is a popular beach destination providing visitors with the ultimate diving holiday. Zavora is said to offer some of the best diving and deep sea fishing in Africa. This popular diving mecca boasts long stretches of white-sand beaches, a thriving underwater world and comfortable accommodation and facilities. Visitors can look forward to a wide variety of wonderful activities including: snorkelling and diving with manta rays, spotting humpback whales in the warm coastal waters, and exploring the secret undiscovered coral reef.
Days 12 - 13
Located in southern Mozambique, Bilene, also known as Praia do Bilene, is a beach resort town. Bilene overlooks the beautiful, interminable expanse of the Uembje Lagoon, measuring 8 kilometres wide, 27 kilometres long, and 50 metres deep, which is separated from the Indian Ocean by an undulating series of white sand dunes. The lagoon and ocean shoreline attracts hordes of flamingos and water birds in summer which makes for excellent bird watching opportunities. Other popular activities include: sailing, fishing, swimming, diving and snorkelling.
Days 13 - 15
The enormous Kruger National Park stretches thousands of kilometres from north to south. The southern part is the most accessible and, therefore, very popular. The south region is defined by the shapes of smooth granite koppies, umbrella-like trees, and the prevalence of White Rhino. Bushveld is lush, and permanent water sources are plentiful, making it the most animal-rich area of the park. The Kruger hosts plains of grassland throughout the south, making animals easier to find. Nevertheless, whether you stay in the south or the north, the magnificent beauty of the wild will be enough to take your breath away.