Kapama Safaris

Kapama Safaris

Kapama Safaris offers 4 Different accommodation Packages (Please see Pricing Options).

 

Spanning 13 000 hectares of pristine African bush, Kapama offers the perfect sanctuary for a wide variety of wildlife. Here, over 40 different species of mammals including the Big 5 – elephant, lion, leopard, African buffalo, and rhinoceros – as well as 350 bird species, thrive in their natural habitat. Visitors get the opportunity to observe these magnificent creatures in the wild with twice-daily guided game drives, nature walks, and once-in-a-lifetime elephant encounters.

Kapama’s four luxury lodges each have a charm of their own – Buffalo Camp delights with its old-world feel, Southern Camp offers warmth and hospitality, River Lodge is festive year-round, and Karula is breathtakingly elegantly.

All Packages include return shuttle transfers from Johannesburg (pick up and drop off at any Johannesburg hotel or Residence). One shuttle will run Via the panorama route with stops at pilgrim’s rest, gods window and Graskop Falls. Alternatively, should a client fly in on a scheduled flight, return transfers to Eastgate Airport is included. Full Board Accommodation at the choice of Kapama Lodges.

 

 

Safari Includes

 Accommodation at Umlani Bush Camp.

 Full Board (please see beverage notes per camp).

Breakfast and dinner.

 Twice daily game drives in the Kapama Game Reserve.

Services of a Professional Safari Guide.

 Optional Bush Walks.

*Bush walks are subject to safety and availability and are only available should a client exchange a game drive for the walk.

Safari Excludes

Kruger Park Conservation Fees.

Items of a personal nature.

Services not mentioned in the program.

Travel insurance and medical repatriation.

 

Safari Notes
  • No under 6’s are permitted on Game Drives and no under 12’s are permitted at Buffalo Camp.
  • A 50% Non-refundable deposit is required to secure the booking.
  • Full Payment is required 30 Days before departure.

 

Upgrades

 Additional nights.

Accommodation changes.