South Africa Solo Safari (10n) – Value

South Africa Solo Safari (10n) – Value

  • Days 1–4 : Cape Town
  • Days 5–7 : Timbavati Game Reserve
  • Days 8–10 : Sabi Sand Game Reserve
  • Price From : $5,600 per person
  • Duration : 10 nights
  • Best Months : Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Countries : South Africa

Safaris don't often come as good value as this! Cape Town, the Sabi Sand, and also the Timbavati guarantee epic game viewing in South Africa's most famous safari parks. A superb trip, one of our most popular value safaris.

This trip involves a thrilling break in Cape Town, then a safari in two outstanding game reserves! You will have easy access to all the major attractions of the Mother City, including its finest restaurants, followed by some great game viewing in the Timbavati and Sabi Sands. The standard of accommodation is luxurious and the guiding from the safari camps is excellent!

The property we use in Cape Town is Abbey Manor Luxury Guesthouse, which is situated in a pleasant suburb of the city on the slopes of Table Mountain. Next is Motswari Private Game Lodge, an owner-run property close to the western boundary of the Kruger National Park – a location that guarantees great game viewing! Finally, you will stay at Notten's Bush Camp. This is another owner-run property offering some superb safari activities! Service at all three places is first rate.

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The prices below are based on one adult travelling solo and please note that the prices are approximate. Please contact us for accurate costings for the time of year you are considering for your holiday. There are multiple season changes across the year and numerous room categories that can change the price of these safaris.

From approx $5,600 per person in low season

To approx $6,475 per person in high season

Prices include all internal flights, transfers, reserve fees, accommodation and meals as specified in the day-to-day itinerary. Prices exclude international flights, tipping, visa, and any meals not included.

Safaris don't often come as good value as this! Cape Town, the Sabi Sand, and also the Timbavati guarantee epic game viewing in South Africa's most famous safari parks. A superb trip, one of our most popular value safaris.

This trip involves a thrilling break in Cape Town, then a safari in two outstanding game reserves! You will have easy access to all the major attractions of the Mother City, including its finest restaurants, followed by some great game viewing in the Timbavati and Sabi Sands. The standard of accommodation is luxurious and the guiding from the safari camps is excellent!

The property we use in Cape Town is Abbey Manor Luxury Guesthouse, which is situated in a pleasant suburb of the city on the slopes of Table Mountain. Next is Motswari Private Game Lodge, an owner-run property close to the western boundary of the Kruger National Park – a location that guarantees great game viewing! Finally, you will stay at Notten's Bush Camp. This is another owner-run property offering some superb safari activities! Service at all three places is first rate.

Days 1–4 Cape Town

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On Day 1 of your trip, you will fly out to Cape Town, transferring by road to Abbey Manor Luxury Guesthouse. The location of this property is the quiet and well-to-do suburb of Oranjezicht. Abbey Manor is a Georgian house, with a lot of charm. The lounge is truly sumptuous, while the rooftop terrace is the perfect place to chill out and chat with your fellow travellers. There is also a solar-heated swimming pool! The property’s rooms are individually decorated and contain all the amenities you could desire for a comfortable stay – such as air conditioning, satellite television, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and mini-bar. Every room boasts lovely views of Cape Town! Abbey Manor is a brilliant base for checking out the main attractions of the Mother City. You can hike or take a cable car up Table Mountain, visit the V&A Waterfront, book on to a city tour, or relax in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. There really is a lot to do!

Board basis and activities:
Bed-and-breakfast accommodation, including teas and coffees, Wi-Fi.

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Days 5–7 Timbavati Game Reserve

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On the fifth day of your trip, you will take a commercial flight to Hoedspruit and transfer by road to Motswari Private Game Lodge, within the Timbavati Game Reserve. This is a family-owned and -run property, with a very friendly atmosphere. The communal areas include an open-fronted lounge, which has beautiful views over the Lodge’s manicured lawns and beyond to the Sohebele river. There is also a rim-flow swimming pool, overlooking a nearby waterhole! Guest accommodation consists of 15 well-appointed bungalows, all with air conditioning, excellent en-suite facilities, and views of the surrounding bush. Motswari offers extended game drives both at sunrise and at sunset, as well as guided walking safaris. This area of the Timbavati has a wealth of wildlife – all Big Five, plus cheetah, wild dog, antelopes, gazelles, and much more!

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including early morning refreshments, brunch, high tea, four-course dinner, and two game drives.

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Days 8–10 Sabi Sand Game Reserve

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For the final part of your trip, you will transfer by road to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve! Here you will stay for two nights at Notten’s Bush Camp, in the southern section of the Reserve. Like Motswari, Notten’s has a friendly vibe and fabulous communal areas. They include an indoor lounge with a fully stocked bar and wine cellar, as well as an open-plan lounge and dining room flowing out on to a deck. The deck overlooks a busy waterhole, so you do not even have to leave camp to enjoy some wildlife viewing! Notten’s has a 20-metre lap pool too, as well as a serene spa. There are just eight guest suites, all elegantly furnished. Each includes overhead fans, comfortable en-suite bathroom, and sliding doors on to a private deck. At night, all areas of camp are lit by candles, making for a magical atmosphere! Notten’s offers early morning and evening game drives, bush walks, bird watching, photographic safaris, and cultural tours. This part of South Africa is also home to all Big Five, in addition to numerous other predators and herbivores – and, of course, plenty of birds!

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including three meals daily, two game drives and one bush walk per day, local soft drinks, house wines, and beers.

On Day 11, you will transfer by road to Skukuza Airport and take a commercial flight to Johannesburg, where you will connect on to your international flight home.

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