Experience luxurious accommodation and a truly unique South African safari experience at Motswari Game Lodge for just R7,780 per person sharing per night, saving you R410 per night!
Experience luxurious accommodation and a truly unique South African safari experience, from ZAR 7,780, which means you save ZAR 410.
Plus, if you spend 4 nights or more at the lodge, you’ll receive complimentary return transfers between the lodge and Hoedspruit.
Found within the Timbavati Nature Reserve, Motswari offers a range of activities and facilities, including morning and evening game drives in open Land Rovers with professional field guides and trackers, mid-morning bush walks, a swimming pool, a library and art gallery with 24-hour internet facility and much more.
It’s the perfect way to enjoy a comfortable, memorable stay in the African bush. You best hurry if you want to take advantage of this offer … it’s only valid for travel between 1 May and 30 September 2018.
We’ll start off at Satyagraha House - the house of Mohandas ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi. Then, it’s over to Houghton for a drive past the Mandela home (did you know that it’s here that Madiba spent the last days of his life?), which is still a private residence.
After this, we head over to the Rosebank Art & Craft Market for a little shopping and some lunch (own expense). From there, we take a drive to the Apartheid Museum, a beacon of South African hope, showing the world that the country has come to terms with its past and is working towards a better future.
After the museum, the tour continues to the South of Soweto where we’ll get to see iconic places like FNB Stadium, the Diepkloof area with its famous ‘Matchbox’ houses and Chris Baragwanath Hospital. Next are the colourful Cooling Towers, and the tour of Soweto South ends at Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown where 3000 people gathered in 1955 to adopt the Freedom Charter … something that now forms the basis of SA’s constitution.
From there, we continue past the Hector Pieterson Museum in Orlando West with our last stop being the vibey Vilakazi Street. It’s a famous street in Soweto and is the only street in the world to have had two Nobel Peace Prize winners as residents, namely Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
Some important info to remember would be that this is a full day tour, that starts around 08:45 and ends at 17:00. *The tour might deviate according to traffic and time available.
On our safaris, we make use of facilities and accommodation situated inside the Kruger National Park and do not stay outside the Kruger, unless forced to do so because of availability.
We have a permanent camp in Kruger Park, which is also where our open game drive vehicles are based. Safaris with accommodation in multiple rest camps are available on request.
It is important to note that this is not a private safari and more than likely there will be other guests joining you on the game drive vehicles, air-conditioned mini bus transfer vehicles as well as in the dining facility.
Please note that sunset game drive times are subject to change and availability on the day. These drives are conducted by SANParks, by one of their rangers and in one of their vehicles. There will most likely be other guests on this drive. Children under 6 years of age are not allowed on SANParks open game drive vehicles.
Although we welcome children on our safaris, we reserve the right not to allow younger children on our normal game drives. This will be entirely up to the guide’s discretion and will be in order to ensure a pleasurable game drive for all our guests (including the parents). Should this be the case, a bush bumble (kiddies game drive) will be conducted after the normal game drive, especially for the kids. We do not offer babysitting and as such one of the parents will have to stay behind to watch the children. Private game drives for families can be arranged at an extra charge.
Guests flying out of O.R. Tambo Airport on the last day are reminded to not book any flights earlier than 19:00 (domestic) or 20:00 (international) in order to give us enough time to get you to the airport. We recommend that you rather stay over in Johannesburg if possible. Since we cannot guarantee our arrival time in Johannesburg on the last day we will not be held responsible for reimbursements of flight tickets, should we arrive later than expected. Guests flying out of Nelspruit on the last day may, depending on their flight details, not have enough time to see the Panorama Route. Private transfers for guests with early flights can be arranged in advance at an extra charge.
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