Johannesburg & Pretoria Hotels
selection of top class hotels and guest houses has been put together to assist travellers in selecting quality accommodation in the Gauteng Province. These hotels and guest houses have been carefully selected to cater for the needs of both business people and tourists. The package includes return transfers from ORT International Airport (or train or bus stations), accommodation and breakfast, but excludes airline tickets. Bookings can be done by calling our office directly. An ideal way of securing your accommodation and transport at the same time.
Overnight Tours - Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces
his is Big Game Country, the setting for dozens of sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and birds….Among them, the Kruger National Park is world renowned, as are several of the luxurious private reserves on its western boundary. Apart from the irresistible magnet of this wildlife mecca, some spectacular scenery can be viewed in the mountainous area known as the Panorama Route, en route to the Kruger Park.
Different packages are available as well as options between the different private – some very luxurious lodges and Kruger National Park camps.
Choose any combination to suit your need for comfort or your budget. Accommodation ranges from huts and safari tents to 5-star lodges.
Sun City – Africa’s Kingdom Of Pleasure
un City – situated in the Bushveld of South Africa’s North West Province and surrounded by the imposing mountains of the Pilanesberg – draws thousands of visitors each year to its four top-quality hotels, magnificent sporting and recreational facilities including 2 world class golf courses, and the magical Lost City water-park, The Valley of Waves. Sun City has dazzled the international community with its glamorous casinos, gourmet restaurants, extensive sports facilities & star-studded spectaculars.
Pilanesberg National Park
he Pilanesberg National Park, less than 2 hours’ drive from Pretoria / Johannesburg is the fourth largest National Park in Southern Africa covering an area of 58 000 hectares. Encircling this unique area are four rings of hills; a geological fascinating alkaline complex produced by volcanic action some 1,2 billion years ago.
The Park boasts healthy populations of lion, leopard, black and white rhino, elephant and buffalo – Africa’s Big Five. There is a wide variety of rare and common species. A few of the endemic species that may be seen here are the nocturnal brown hyena, the fleet-footed cheetah, the majestic sable, as well as giraffe, springbok, zebra, hippo and crocodile.
Bird watching is excellent with over 360 species recorded.
Mapungubwe National Park
ocated at the confluence of the mighty Shashe and Limpopo Rivers, this envisaged transfrontier park embraces South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Mapungubwe gives tangible proof by way of rich fossil deposits, Bushman rock art and gold artefacts (including the famous Golden Rhino) of ancient civilisations that once flourished here. The giant baobab trees, riverine forests and associated floodplains provide an intriguing mix of habitat for a tremendous diversity of special creatures. Here herds of elephant and buffalo roam, and the roar of the lion echoes through the still of the night.
Our packages include accommodation at Leokwe Camp – Mapungubwe’s main camp, located in the eastern section of the Park in the spectacular sandstone hills. The theme of the camp is based on the rich history of the area and the design is derived form the typical Venda village. Close to the camp guests can enjoy the Treetop Hide and the Confluence View Site & Picnic Area. The camp itself has a swimming pool and sundeck, as well as a central braai (barbeque) area.