Kruger - Mauritius
Day 1-5: Kruger
The Kruger National Park is the best known destination for the ultimate safari experience, offering guests the opportunity to get in touch with the rhythms of the African bush and experience close-up viewing of African wildlife, including the Big 5.
Open Africa offers the very best Kruger locations to choose from including MalaMala Game Reserve, Londolozi Game Reserve, and Lion Sands Game Reserve. Experience the bush in opulent lodges, or get back to basics in tented camp accommodation. Either way, guests are guaranteed a luxurious and exciting African safari.
Explore the African bush on an authentic wild safari experience of a lifetime. From open game drive vehicles, witness the famous Big 5 - lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard - in their natural environments. From the balcony of your private suite unwind as wild African game come to drink from the waterhole below. Enjoy the thrill of other exciting safari activities ranging from walking to ballooning safaris, all the while enjoying top-class luxury safari lodge accommodation.
Day 5-10: Mauritius
The island of Mauritius is home to some of Africa’s most beautiful coastline, coral reefs and tropical forests. Miles of white beaches, crystal waters make Mozambique the ideal tropical paradise after your African safari. Much coastline is yet to be discovered by mass tourism, offering travellers an exclusive beach escape with the luxury of pristine, untouched coastal landscapes. Other parts of Mauritius, such as Grand Baie, are perfect for guests seeking a lively beach atmosphere – offering not only beautiful beaches but also top class hotels and restaurants as well as charming sea-side pubs.
The lush island vegetation, coral reefs and rich aquatic diversity of Mauritius make for an adventurers wonderland, offering spectacular diving, great fishing, sailing and bird watching. Diving, in particular, is of the highest standard, as Mauritius has some of the most beautiful coral reef in the world. Diving highlights include sharks, dolphins, moray eels, lion fish and stone fish.