African Sky offers a wide selection of safaris to the Timbavati Game Reserve. These range from honeymoons to luxury fly-in safaris.
The Southern African Adventure Tour visits the countries of South Africa, Botswana and Zambia. The areas which are visited include the Lowveld region, as well as the Timbavati Private Game Reserve and Cape Town in South Africa. In Botswana the Chobe National Park is visited and in Zambia the town of Livingstone, from where the Victoria Falls are viewed.
This five star Kruger Park safari visits two of the best private game reserves in South Africa. The Timbavati Private Game Reserve is located in the central part of the Greater Kruger National Park and is generally regarded as one of the finest privately owned Big Five-bearing wilderness areas in the country.
The Three Area Kruger Safari visits the Kapama Private Game Reserve before traveling on to the Timbavati Nature Reserve and then the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve - three incredible and unique Greater Kruger Park safari experiences.
Experience South Africa's top safari destination - the Greater Kruger National Park - on this varied six-day adventure. You'll experience both the park itself and the Timbavati Private Game Reserve. This family-friendly safari is aimed at families with older children who are able to take precautions against malaria.
Travel to South Africa for a wide range of destinations for your African safari.
Botswana is a wild paradise of myriad pristine wilderness areas and ample wildlife.
Namibia's spectacular desert scenery and starry night skies will take your breath away.
Zambia's most sought-after safari areas include South Luangwa and Kafue.
Zimbabwe's most famous natural feature is the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.
Mozambique is a tropical paradise replete with stunning coral reefs and fine beaches.
The Timbavati Private Game Reserve is one of the premier extensions of the Kruger National Park. Encompassing 53 392 hectares of prime lowveld wilderness, Timbavati is somewhat quieter than its southern cousin the Sabi Sand, which makes for a more intimate and exclusive safari experience.
The lodges we typically use for our safaris in Timbavati are either high level four star camps of an inclusive nature, or plush five star outposts with an emphasis on attention to detail. The daily schedule tends to be uniform across the board, beginning with an early morning wake up call for your morning safari. Midday is spent relaxing in camp, venturing out on a bush walk or opting for a pampering spa treatment. The late afternoon is then again dedicated to premium game viewing.
Depending on your preferences, evenings can be for stargazing, fireside ambience and storytelling. Lodge staff will occasionally surprise guests with a boma night, which combines dining under the stars with traditional local fare and festivities. Alternatively, relax on the deck of your suite and single out sounds in the spellbinding cacophony of the wilderness at nighttime.