4 DAY, 3 NIGHT CAMPING SAFARI
Pick up at Hotel/Guesthouse or OR Tambo airport at 06.00am and then make our way to the reserve for a short drive before checking in and setting up camp at around 11am. A light lunch is made and there is time to relax before heading off on an afternoon game drive. After arriving back from the drive, dinner will be made.
We rise early before dawn around 05.00am for coffee and light snacks before heading into the reserve. We return to camp mid morning for a late brunch. The remainder of the morning may be spent relaxing by the pool. We then go on a short drive to where you will go on a late afternoon drive guided by a North West Parks game ranger in an open game vehicle. The drive lasts about 3hrs. In the winter months it can be cold after the sun sets so please bring a sweater or windbreaker for this.(see kit lists). After you return, we drive back to camp where a delicious dinner will be prepared over the camp fire.
We rise early before dawn, at around 05.00am for coffee and light snacks before heading into the reserve. By now we will have a fairly good idea of animal movements and on our drive we will be able to use that knowledge to increase the likelihood of special sightings. We return to camp mid morning for a late brunch. The remainder of the morning may be spent relaxing by the pool. After lunch we head back into the reserve to try and spot some of the more elusive animals. After arriving back at camp, we shall prepare our last dinner under the stars, after which we may spend some time watching the stars against the black African skies.
We wake early and you can choose to go on an early morning walk either conduct a walk with a Northwest Parks game ranger or go on a drive. We return to the resort, check out and then make our way back to Johannesburg arriving at around 17.00pm.
You may choose to stay in a Chalet, a Safari tent or go Camping.
Chalets have a private toilets and showers.
Safari tents are well equipped - shared ablution blocks in the camping area.
Camping - shared ablution blocks in the camping area.
*Please note: Pilanesberg is a malaria free park