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Photo Safaris2019-04-12T12:06:40+00:00

We do photographical safaris to a number of places like Madikwe Game Reserve and Kruger National Park to experience the wonder of South Africa´s wildlife especially the Big Five and to try and take that picture of a lifetime! What a great way to start or end your hunting trip.

Safari or to enjoy while your husband is hunting!

Lets quote you on a photographical safari, you´ll remember forever !

The following is just a taste of what are available to non hunters and/or hunters in addition to hunting depending on the lodge you are staying at:

1.Game viewing in the following Reserves:

  • Madikwe: + 200 000 Acres.
  • Pilanesberg: +120 000 Acres.
  • Kruger National Park: 4.5 Million Acres.

2. Visit the breathtaking Victoria Falls, take a sunset cruise on the Zambezi river or go Tiger fishing.

3. Visit Cape town and one of the 7 wonders of the World – Table mountain.

4. A qualified therapist & beautician is available at the Main Lodge for Beauty and Holistic therapies such as: Manicure, Pedicure, Facials, Massages, Aromatherapy, etc.

5. Visit Sun City and Lost City:  It is almost like a little Vegas in the African Bush.  The whole theme is Africa with lots of interesting shops, curios and entertainment available.  Lost City is true to it’s name, it is a ancient lost city rebuild and it serves as an exceptionally luxurios hotel and it is really awesome to see.  Play a round of golf on the world renown golf courses.

www.suninternational.com/resorts/suncity

6. Ukutula Lion park – Holding and playing with lion cubs or walk in the bush with them.

7. Predator world with spotted hyena, caracal, wild dog, cheetah etc.

8. Hot air balloon while game viewing.

9. Elephant interaction and game viewing while riding on the back of an elephant.

10. Shopping in some of the major cities.

11. Crocodile park with the world’s largest captive crocodile.

11. Visit Hartebeespoortdam for the following:

  • It is a huge man made lake.
  • Shopping at the Curio markets (more then 300 stalls) where you can bargain for true African art, jewellery and crafts made from lead wood, bone, soap stone etc by the local native tribes.
  • Snake park.
  • Fresh water aquarium.
  • Cheetah breeding project.
  • Elephant Sanctuary, where you can walk with the elephants and touch them.
  • Monkey Sanctuary, where you walk into a huge cage with monkeys all around you in the trees and walk ways.
  • Lesedi Cultural Village – Learn about the 4 main black African Tribe’s culture and lifestyle.

There is much more depending on what you are looking for and what your field of interest is, some of it might require some travelling

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