The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park:

Gemsbok
Bookable
2020
Tour no
Tour No.2
Date
-
Cost
Tour Cost R19 500 per person sharing
Ssupl
Single Supplement R3 800
INCLUDED:
  • Accommodation
  • Entrance fees
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • EXCLUDED
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Personal items, Curios, Laundry, Telephone calls
  • Flights
  • The 3.7 million hectare Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of the world’s largest conservation areas and is a sanctuary to herds of gemsbok, springbok, blue wildebeest, eland, red hartebeest, as well as the black-mane Kalahari lions, leopard and cheetah.

    Day 1: Saturday 7 March

    We depart early morning from Johannesburg. On route to Kuruman, we travel through Ventersdorp and Vryburg, where we have lunch. On arrival in Kuruman, we visit the Eye of Kuruman and depart for Kathu not far from Kuruman. Check-in and overnight stay at Red Sands outside Kuruman.

    Day 2: Sunday 8 March

    After breakfast, we continue the journey toward the Kgalagadi Park. The route is via Olifantshoek towards Upington where we will have lunch.  We then drive in a northerly direction towards the town of Askham. It is a slow drive, and around every corner, you will see more dune landscapes. We arrive at the Kgalagadi Lodge (5km from the gate) and check into the well-appointed chalets tonight. We relax for the remainder of the afternoon before dinner is enjoyed at the Restaurant.

    Day 3: Monday 9 March

    Depart early to Mata Mata Camp for a full day safari with brunch at a picnic spot, looking for animals in the dry riverbed. Stay over in Mata Mata for 2 nights

    Day 4: Tuesday 10 March  

    After a healthy breakfast, we will drive in the dry river beds going further north and visit various water holes and picnic spots during the day before we return to camp for a lovely dinner.

    Day 5/6: Wednesday and Thursday 11/12 March

    After breakfast either in the chalets or at a picnic spot, we continue on our way to Nossop camp for the next 3 nights, enjoy game viewing every day. Stopping at picnic spots and water holes. Once booked into Nossop camp you can either sit at the Hide or on your front porch watching the animals coming to the waterhole. Your host will prepare meals for you in camp every night.

    Day 7: Friday 13 March  

    After another early morning wilderness drive followed by breakfast, it will be time to leave Nossop and make our way to Twee Rivieren gate. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the route at a picnic site or at Twee Rivieren. Overnight at the Molopo Kalahari Lodge.

    Day 8: Saturday 14 March

    Depart after breakfast travelling via Kathu where we will stop for a nice lunch and then on to Vryburg where we will overnight at the Lavender Guesthouse.

    *** optional fly back from Upington for own account.

    Day 9: Sunday 15 March

    This is your last day with the Kgalagadi tour and after breakfast, we depart for Johannesburg. Arriving late afternoon.