7 Day 6 nights Safari

Kosi Bay is engulfed by stretches of pristine coastlines, a wilderness of lakes, swamps and crystal clear aquamarine waters.  A piece of paradise for locals and tourist alike.  The coral reef and tidal pools are bursting with tropical fish and other marine treasures.


Popular Attraction


Tembe Elephant Reserve
Boat cruise on the Lakes
Jozini Lake
Sundowner boat Cruise
Kosi Bay Lakes and Mouth
Game Drive


Total 2 350Km

Recommended right through the year


Per Person Sharing


1-2 People
$2 950
€2 100
3-4 People
$2 500
€1 800
5-6 People
$2 250
€1 600
7-9 People
$2 050
€1 450


 Safari includes

Safari excludes 

Entrance fees and Government Taxes. 
Lunches, Dinner and all beverages. 
Transport to and from OR Tambo Airport 
Excluding Visas.
Conservation fees and all activities mentioned above.
All personal expenses.
 Bed and Breakfast and 3 Dinner.







Airport Pickup - Jozini Lake
Sundowner Game Drive
Dinner, Lunch
Jozini Lake - Mkuze
Wild Fig Forest Walk; Game Viewing
Dinner / Most Beautiful Game Reserve in South Africa
Sundowner Boat Cruise/Traditional Zulu Dancing/Crocodile farm
Tembe Elephant Reserve
Game Drive
Place of the Biggest Elephants in the World
Kosi Bay
4 Lake Boat Cruise - Beach
Pristine Coastline
Kosi Bay
Sundowner Boat ride - Beach
Return to OR Tambo Airport
Last shopping

Mkuze Game Reserve is one of those special destinations which captures the imagination and takes a strong hold of your affections. This 40 000ha Reserve is an ever-changing wonder world to which nature lovers revisit year after year.  Situated in the Lebombo Mountain Range, with its abundance of game species like Rhino, Hippo, Kudu, Nyala, Giraffe and Zebra.  It is also renowned as a mecca for bird lovers.  More than 400 African bird species have been recorded here in this most beautiful Game Reserve in South Africa.

Tembe Elephant Park is a link with ancient Africa, with animals, birds and with its Indigenous people.  The proclaimed National Park, owned by the Tembe tribe lies on the old Ivory Route between Mozambique and the Zulu Territory.  This Park has the largest Elephants in the world and a range of Big 5 from Lion and Buffalo down to the Small 5 the Suni and Red Duiker, some of the smallest antelope.

Itinerary can change due to unforeseen circumstances

Terms of payments: 50% non-refundable payment on booking.  Trip may however be postponed to a later date.  Balance is payable in cash on arrival.
Please enquire for the best price before booking.
Prices may change without notice.


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