Full Day Kruger Safari from Hazyview
- About 11 hours
We offer you full day Safari Experience into the Kruger National Park with our state of the art Safari vehicle and a qualified, passionate guide who will endeavor to show you the best that Kruger has to offer.
Guests will be collected by our luxury open Safari vehicle at 05:00am from October to March and at 05:30am from April to September from their accommodation in Hazyview and proceed to the Phabeni entry gate to The Kruger National Park.
Guests would also have the option to be met at Phabeni entry gate to The Kruger National Park.
The full day drive is 10 hours long and includes a breakfast and lunch stop of approximately an hour each.
Bottled water would be supplied during the drive and all meals would be for the guests account unless pre-arrangements have been made with us.
While searching for Kruger’s amazing animals the stops would be made at the picnic spots along the way. Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase curious at these stops.
Animals that could be seen during the drive are the Big 5 and of course we will endeavour to show you the more scarce animals like Cheetah and Wild Dog.
Upon exiting the park guests will then be dropped off at their accommodation or at Phabeni gate, where they were met, with everlasting memories and endless stories to tell.
Good to know
- Vehicle seats 10 persons
- Minimum 2 persons per drive
- Guests need to pay own entry fees at entry gate to Kruger.
- Identity documents required on entry to Kruger
- Children all ages are welcome, and is charged the same rate per seat as adults
- Pick up and drop off within Hazyview
- Bottled water
- Open safari vehicle
- Qualified and experienced guide
- Kruger Conservation / entry fees
- Sun screen
- Jacket for early morning
- Comfortable clothing
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Medium Cancellation Policy
The guest can cancel free of charge until 48 hours before arrival. The guest will be charged the total price if they cancel in the 48 hours days before arrival.
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