SA Safaris

Personal Four Star South African Safaris

Our personal four star South African safaris include both four star fly-in expeditions and privately guided overland adventures.

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10 Day Safari Sunset Honeymoon
From: USD 5,680 pp Code: H12

The Safari Sunset Honeymoon offers couples ten adventure-filled days that include safari experiences in South Africa’s Sabi Sand and Botswana’s Chobe National Park. In between, you’ll enjoy an awe-inspiring visit to the world wonder of the Victoria Falls.

7 Day Three Area Kruger Park Safari
From: ZAR 48,748 pp Code: KP10

A comprehensive Greater Kruger Park safari that includes three comfortable four-star lodges in three pristine private game reserves – Kapama, Timbavati and Sabi Sand. All three reserves serve as wild extensions to the world-renowned wilderness of the Kruger Park.

5 Day Kruger Park and Private Lodge
From: ZAR 27,678 pp Code: KP12

Experience the best of both worlds on this great value Kruger Park safari. First, you’ll explore the park with an African Sky guide, enjoying accommodation in one of the park’s comfortable rest camps. Thereafter you’ll be treated to four-star experience at a private lodge in the Sabi Sand.

5 Day Two Kruger Park Lodges
From: ZAR 38,622 pp Code: KP11

This fantastic four-star fly-in safari experience combines two lodges on a private concession in the heart of Kruger National Park. The sister lodges enjoy traversing rights on the same exclusive tract of wilderness, which is well-known for its abundance of wildlife.

4 Day Value Sabi Sand Safari
From: ZAR 28,582 pp Code: KP13

While Sabi Sand may host some of the continent’s most exclusive and expensive lodges, you can still enjoy unforgettable viewing while staying a more moderately priced four-star safari lodge. Our 4 Day Value Sabi Sand Safari offers great value for money.

3 Day Value Kruger Park Safari
From: ZAR 18,445 pp Code: KP14

Enjoy two nights and three days at one of the Kruger National Park’s best value-for-money four-star lodges. Safaris are conducted on a private concession within the park itself, in an area renowned for fantastic sightings of the Big Five.

4 Day Deep Kgalagadi Fly In
From: ZAR 27,274 pp Code: S47

Experience the isolated wilderness of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park during the 4 Day Deep Kgalagadi Safari. Predator sightings in this area are prolific, and guests will enjoy the opportunity to explore the legendary Kalahari via open-air 4x4 game drives and immersive guided dune walks.

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South Africa

South Africa is a captivating country with a diverse collection of safari areas.

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Botswana

Botswana's wilderness areas are remarkably remote and wonderfully pristine.

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Namibia

Travel to Namibia for a truly unique desert-oriented African safari.

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Zambia

Zambia is a wild utopia of far-flung and barely touched national parks, like Kafue.

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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's most sought-after destination is the natural world wonder of the Victoria Falls.

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Mozambique

Travel to Mozambique for the tropical beach or island holiday of your dreams.

Overview of Personal Four Star South African Safaris

From the world-renowned Greater Kruger National Park to the family-friendly parks and reserves of the Eastern Cape and North West provinces, the wide variety of lodges available cater to a range of budgets. Our four star safari packages in South Africa combine the convenience of a fly-in safari experience with high quality, inclusive lodges that do not break the bank.

Your four star safari will typically depart from and return to Johannesburg, flying to one of the regional airports in the lowveld like Skukuza, Hoedspruit or Nelspruit. Here you will be met and transferred to the lodge, where you will be in the care of friendly lodge staff and experienced rangers for the duration of your stay. Safari activities – like game drives and bush walks – are standard inclusions, while beverages, curio shop purchases and spa treatments (where available) are generally charged separately.

Days on safari begin just before dawn, with a wake-up call and a cup of coffee. You’ll then venture out into the wilderness as day breaks – a time of peak animal activity, particularly for predators. The second safari is conducted as the sun starts to set and leads into the early evening – ideal for encountering nocturnal creatures like genets, porcupines and hyenas. Dinner is served upon your return. Lodge staff frequently surprise guests with ‘boma nights’, where traditional fare is served in an open-air environment under the stars, often accompanied by music and a performance.