The once-small fishing village of Tulamben has the world famous USAT Liberty to dive on. This large shipwreck lies in shallow water, which since it’s sinking in 1963 has become a fantastic artificial reef, making it a great dive-site for beginners and advanced alike. Divers come from all around the world to see this fantastic wreck with it’s unique atmosphere. It lies at exactly the right depth to promote great coral growth, as it gets gentle nourishing currents, and is untouched by wave movement. The restaurant is on the beach and you can snorkel, so it’s a great day out for the whole family!

Tour Overview :

 
  • Min. :  2 person, available for Group
  • Non Diving Trip
  • 8 Days 7 Nights
  • South Africa

What's included

  • Accommodation for 8 Days / 7 Night
  • Activity Package ( Bush Walk & Sun downer game drive )
  • Airport Transfer
  • Breakfast 7x , Lunch 3x , Dinner 7x
 

What's excluded

  • All personal expense
  • Alcohol, softdrink
  • Tips 
  • Air fare ticket
  • All expenditures outside the package

Itinerary

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Day 1

After meeting your crew, we depart Durban and head north towards the town of St Lucia.  This evening we enjoy a Zulu cultural experience, sampling the local beer and will be taught the basic Zulu language.

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Day 2

We set out early this morning for a game drive in the nearby Hluhulwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, one of the last strongholds of the endangered rhinoceros. While rhinoceros are the most famous of the parks inhabitants, the park also provides a home to many other species, including the Big-5 that we all hope to see. Returning to our lodging for a siesta, we freshen up for an afternoon boat cruise on St Lucia estuary.

Etosha zebra resting

Day 3

An early start and we are off to the Kingdom of Swaziland, this afternoon we have the opportunity to join many of the optional activities that are offered here. Take your choice from game drives, mountain biking or a visit to the Chief’s village.

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Day 4

Endless hours of self-guided exploration within the small 4560ha Mlilwane sanctuary are possible due to the relative absence of dangerous game.  This morning our guide will lead us out on a nature walk to explore the “ Nature Trail “ which provides interpretation of historical and environmental information of the area.   Later this morning, we embark on a 2-hour guided walk through the Esijeni community, allowing us a glimpse of life on a day-to-day basis. .

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Day 5

Setting off back to South Africa, we make aim for the Kruger National Park and begin with our first game drive in the Nomad truck as we enter the gates of the park.   The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s flagship national park and sightings of the “ big five “ has become something of a quest for many guests.  The Kruger NP has more that it’s fair share of animals and with approximately 147 mammal species we will spend our time in search of both big and small.

5.Panorama Route

Day 6

While those who elect to do the optional morning walk will have an earlier start, we set out a little later today and travel the short distance to the Panorama Route. Strung along the escarpment that divides the central plateau and low-lying bushveld of the Kruger, the sights of the Panorama route offer us a day of scenic delights. We will visit the highlights of Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels and God’s Window before returning to camp in the late afternoon

Kruger 4x4 Safari

Day 7

Rising early this morning we enter the Kruger National Park to enjoy a full-day of game viewing.  Our activity package offers the added excitement of experiencing the park from an open-sided 4×4 vehicle. For those who have not chosen the 4×4 game drive through the park, your guide will take you on a game drive in the Nomad truck (full day).  This evening there is an opportunity for an optional Sundowner Drive.

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Day 8

Setting off back to South Africa, we make aim for the Kruger National Park and begin with our first game drive in the Nomad truck as we enter the gates of the park.   The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s flagship national park and sightings of the “ big five “ has become something of a quest for many guests.  The Kruger NP has more that it’s fair share of animals and with approximately 147 mammal species we will spend our time in search of both big and small.