Game tracking, hiking in the Drakensberg, and a safari in Kruger N.P.
This walking safari reveals the immense variety on offer in South Africa, with a good balance of game tracking in reserves, walking in the mountains and game drives in national parks. There are several days hiking in the remarkable Drakensberg Mountains, the hilly country of the Kingdom of Swaziland and the less-visited areas of Mpumalanga. Perhaps the highlight of the trip is taking a guided walk in a private reserve: students will learn how to track wildlife, observe at close hand the remarkable variety of bird and plant life and, of course, experience the thrill of a close encounter with animals on an equal footing. There are also several game drives in the famous Kruger National Park and Mkuzi Reserve, a sanctuary for the endangered Black Rhino.
14 - 15
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The Ampitheatre, The Drakensberg Mountains, Kwazulu-Natal