We collect you at your lodge or place of collection as requested and take you to any one of the following attractions (or anywhere you require us to), wait for you to do your tour, and take you back to your collection point afterward. Please book excursions directly with the service providers.
During this full-day tour, your skilled, qualified, and experienced guide will explore these
picturesque routes with you, sharing all the history and facts behind each site.
You will see and experience such earthly wonders as:
You are welcome to take snacks or extra drinks to enjoy while traveling to the different
sites and waterfalls.
Take in mind when making the booking, that it takes a while to get to the panoramic route
(depending on the lodge we will collect you from), and collection times will be early in the
mornings, and drop off later in the afternoon, for you to be able to enjoy the full panoramic tour.
We will transport and wait for you if you are interested in any of the following excursions:
HERD ORPHANAGE is caring for elephants that have been displaced or orphaned due to human-elephant conflict.
The Jabulani elephant herd is a unique and close-knit family that started with JABULANI, an orphan elephant who was rescued in 1997, and a herd of elephants that were rescued from Zimbabwe in 2002 – whose fates crossed to form the Jabulani Herd as we know it today.
The Jabulani herd is now a family of 16 elephants, of which 11 are orphans and five were born to the herd over 10 years ago.
HESC focuses on the survival of endangered species through the maintenance of diverse bloodlines of cheetahs, rehabilitation of rhinos, education of both local and international communities about the necessity of conservation, and focused research for the long-term sustainability of endangered species.
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre runs a rehabilitation centre for wild animals that have been injured or orphaned and helps and cares for them.
The plight of Africa’s animals and our natural system has always been the main concern at Moholoholo, and the philosophy is that awareness must be spread if we are to save our wildlife.
The history and culture of the African tribes come to life at Nyani Cultural Village, an ideal destination for visitors who want to learn more about some different tribes.
Experience their original show featuring the costumes, songs, and dances of the San (Bushmen), the Shona & Venda, the Tsonga, the Balobedu (Modjadji the Rain Queen), the Pedi and the BaHananawa (Tswana), Swati and Zulu dances.
The Blyde River Canyon is a 26km long Canyon located in Mpumalanga, South Africa. It is the third-largest canyon on Earth, behind the Grand Canyon and the Fish River Canyon. Unlike the Grand and the Fish, the Blyde River Canyon is a “green canyon” that is dominated by subtropical vegetation.
Located beneath the distinctive, towering peaks of the famous Three Rondavels, the boat trip will be a 90-minute interpretation tour by a tour guide that will take you to the rare living Kadishi Tufa waterfall. At 200m (around 660 feet) in height, it is the second tallest tufa waterfall on earth.
This educational bush walk is all about the small details and getting connected with the wilderness, as you can see all the small insects and flowers that you wouldn’t be able to view from a safari drive.
Walking among the animals, smelling the smells, and hearing sounds is a great way to discover the bush. The bush walk is fascinating and educational when you experience little details like animal tracks or birdsong and learn more about the wildlife of South Africa.
Experience the magic of lighter-than-air flight near the foot of the Drakensberg Escarpment.
We will collect you very early in the morning, while everyone else is still sleeping, and take you to the launching site of this magical experience, wait for you to do the flight, and transfer you back to the collection point afterward.
As the sun rises, the landscape, the vegetation and, if you’re lucky, some wildlife will provide photo opportunities. Game spotting cannot be guaranteed but, on most flights, they see plains game like giraffes and wildebeest.
The route, steeped in the history of South Africa, is in Mpumalanga province, centered around the Blyde River Canyon, the world's third-largest canyon. It features numerous waterfalls, one of the largest afforested areas in South Africa, and several natural landmarks.
Explore one of South Africa's most geographically diverse provinces on this most scenic full-day guided tour of the Mpumalanga highlands and the northeastern section of the Great Escarpment of the Drakensberg. Here the rugged mountains plateau comes to an abrupt halt, then falls steeply away into the Lowveld with incredible and sweeping views of canyons, rock formations, and over the Lowveld below.
Take in mind when making the booking, that it takes a while to get to the panoramic route (depending on the lodge we will collect you from), and collection times will be early in the mornings, and drop off later in the afternoon, for you to be able to enjoy the full panoramic tour.
All our extremely friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced guides are well-trained and have a Natural Theta Guide qualification, a Cultural Guide Qualification, a First Aid Certificate, and a Professional Driving Permit. Our driver guides all adhere to a strict Code of Conduct.