Drive through South Africa's breathtaking wild bush in an open-air vehicle, looking for lion, rhino, giraffe, and countless other indigenous animals on this exciting tour.
Setting off from the pier, you will head in a northerly direction, traveling past Orient and Eastern beaches en route to the luxurious, big five game reserve of Inkwenkwezi. Upon arriving, welcome by traditional Xhosa dancers and singers, set the tone for a wonderful day in the bush.
With its five different vegetation biomes, the diverse landscape here provides ideal natural habitats for a variety of animals. To enhance the experience, you'll ride along in an open-top 4X4 vehicle designed specifically for viewing game. Three full hours in the bush provide plenty of opportunities to observe the abundant wildlife.
You might see a pride of lions lazing in the shade, zebra peacefully grazing, primitive-looking rhinoceroses wallowing in mud holes, and giraffe stretching their necks to nibble the treetops. Almost every imaginable African creature makes its home in the Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve, from rare Stanley's Bustards to graceful impala to massive African elephants. There are few experiences more memorable than driving through this expansive reserve, watching animals that in most instances are oblivious to your presence.
After what will surely be an unforgettable day, you will re-join your coach and transfer back to the ship.
Please note: This tour includes a minimal amount of walking; however there are some uneven and natural surfaces at the Game Reserve. The tour is not considered suitable for wheelchair guests and those with those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability and must be able to make their own way into and out of the 4X4 vehicle. Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing; a light jacket or sweater; a hat; sunglasses; binoculars; sunscreen and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Permission must be obtained prior to taking pictures of those other than your host or guides and it is requested that guests do not give children sweets or money. If you should wish to make a donation or give a gift, please consult with your guide first. Minimum age to participate is 6 years old.