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Hazyview: Elephant Sanctuary Guided Walking Tour

1. Hazyview: Elephant Sanctuary Guided Walking Tour

Arrive to a warm welcome at the reception and check in for your tour. Refresh yourself with a cup of coffee or tea, or an ice cold glass of water at the events center. On this program you will be guided to the elephant night shelters where the elephants spend their night. Learn about their history, background and diet. After this you will be educated on the internal anatomy of elephants. Walk with the elephants in the forest while the guide tells you all about them and their habits. After the interaction, you will take a “trunk in hand walk” with an elephant for a distance of 40-50 meters. At the end of the program, you will reward the elephants with food that is supplied.

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Hazyview: 2.5-Hour Sabie River Zip Line Experience

2. Hazyview: 2.5-Hour Sabie River Zip Line Experience

Experience the freedom of gliding over the beautiful forested valley along the Sabie River, next to Kruger National Park. Enjoy a fun activity for the whole family, suitable for all ages and skill levels. Meet at Perry’s Bridge Trading Post in Hazyview for a short briefing, before being transported to the start of the trail. Follow the zip line trail into the valley basin down sections of cable that vary in length from 70 to 230 meters. Stop along the way at 10 different elevated platforms to admire the stunning views of the forest floor below, keeping a look out for local wildlife. At the end of the trail, return to Perry’s Bridge where you'll find restaurants and shops at your service.

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Kruger National Park: Full-Day Private Safari With Pickup

3. Kruger National Park: Full-Day Private Safari With Pickup

Get an early start to make the most of the best time of day for game viewing, as most wild animals start their search for food and water early. See the animals when they are more active in the cool, early mornings and before they wait out the midday heat under shady trees or in their burrows. Climb aboard an open safari vehicle and embark on a game drive through Kruger National Park. Search for the "Big 5" of Africa and other magnificent creatures in the wilderness, where 2 million hectares are home to a variety of animals, from lions to giraffes. Benefit from the convenience of hotel pickup from a range of areas, including Hazyview, Skukuza, Pretoriuskop, Phabeni Gate, Orpen Gate, Crocodile Bridge Gate, Phalaborwa Gate, and Malelane Gate.

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Kruger National Park Afternoon Safari

4. Kruger National Park Afternoon Safari

Highly experienced field guides are passionate about the bush, and they will share their knowledge of the 147 species of mammals, more than 500 species of birds and 336 species of trees which make this 2 million hectare space their home.    The recorded presence of man – including bushman rock paintings and archaeological sites – are conserved along with the Park’s natural assets. If time permits, at least one of these will be included in the trip.  From an Open Safari Vehicle, you can smell the dust and the sun-warmed grass, listen to the cicadas and the cry of the Fish Eagles, and enjoy the heat of an African day. A safari is also offered in a closed, air-conditioned vehicle. This is a pleasant and comfortable option, especially in very hot weather, for older guests, and for families travelling with young children. This half day Safari is available to those who have limited time or who wish to visit the Kruger National Park in the afternoon. 

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Kruger National Park Full-Day Safari

5. Kruger National Park Full-Day Safari

The highly experienced field guides will share their knowledge of the 147 species of mammals, more than 500 species of birds and 336 species of trees which make this 2 million hectare space their home. The recorded presence of man – including bushman rock paintings and archaeological sites, are conserved along with the Park’s natural assets. If time permits, at least one of these will be included in the trip.  From an open safari vehicle, you can smell the dust and the sun-warmed grass, listen to the cicadas and the cry of the fish eagles and enjoy the heat of an African day. However, you are also able to choose a safari in a closed, air-conditioned vehicle. This is a pleasant and comfortable option especially in very hot weather, for older guests and for families travelling with young children.

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Kruger National Park Morning Safari

6. Kruger National Park Morning Safari

After pick-up from your hotel or accommodation in Hazyview head to Kruger National Park, South Africa’s largest game reserve, and one of the most respected in the world. Your highly experienced field guide will be passionate about the bush, and share their knowledge of the 147 species of mammals, more than 500 species of birds and 336 species of trees which make this 2 million hectare space their home. Learn about the recorded presence of man, including bushman rock paintings and archaeological sites, which is conserved along with the Park’s natural assets. If time permits you will visit at least one of these amazing sites during your trip. From an Open Safari Vehicle smell the dust and the sun-warmed grass, listen to the cicadas and the cry of the Fish Eagles, and enjoy the heat of an African day. On request a safari in a closed, air-conditioned vehicle is also available. This is a pleasant and comfortable option especially in very hot weather, for older guests, and for families travelling with young children.

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From Hazyview: Panorama Tour Highlights

7. From Hazyview: Panorama Tour Highlights

From Hazyview, the tour begins as it climbs towards the town of Graskop, and the southernmost point of the Blyde River Canyon. The Panorama Route encompasses some spectacular scenery, with breathtaking views of the Blyde River Canyon, and out over the endless Lowveld and beyond. For guests who have limited time or for those who wish to join a shorter tour, this option provides an opportunity to visit some of the better-known attractions of the region. Visit the famous and magnificent God’s Window and Pinnacle Rock. On your way back to Hazyview, visit the beautiful Lisbon Falls and Berlin Falls.

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From Johannesburg: 2-Day Safari into Kruger National Park

8. From Johannesburg: 2-Day Safari into Kruger National Park

Look for the legendary wildlife of South Africa on a thrilling 2-day safari in Kruger National Park. Day 1: Benefit from pickup at O. R. Tambo International Airport or your hotel in Johannesburg, and then travel via a panoramic route to Kruger National Park. Head to your accommodation which is based in Hazyview outside the Kruger National Park to freshen up before your 2 hour evening game drive. Look for majestic lions, leopards, and other big cats out for the hunt. Return to camp to enjoy dinner around the camp fire. Day 2: Wake early for a morning game drive when the animals are at their most active. Search for big cats heading home from their nighttime hunts, and hyenas scavenging for remains. Return to camp for breakfast and a last chance to encounter animals in the wild before the drive back to Johannesburg.

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Kruger National Park: 3-Hour Walking Safari

9. Kruger National Park: 3-Hour Walking Safari

The walk itself is a relaxed 3-hour excursion to enjoy the air and peaceful surroundings of the wilderness. Customers will be transported from the gate in a safari vehicle to a predetermined location where the walk will take place deep in the park.  Take an opportunity to learn to identify animal tracks. Learn from your guides as they use their knowledge of the bush to track animals such as rhinos, elephants and lions — they’ll explain all about the natural wonders and fascinating facts about the African bush.  See, feel and touch the plants, including trees and flowers. Learn about the medicinal uses and other facts about the plants found in Kruger and how previous generations depended on them for survival. After a full 3 hours of walking, learning and exchanging of information the guides will take you back to the gate for your transfer back to their hotel.

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Hazyview: Blyde River Boat & Reptile Park Tour

10. Hazyview: Blyde River Boat & Reptile Park Tour

This tour starts off with a visit to the Kinyonga Reptile Park, a center for reptile-related research and public education, home to many species of snakes, frogs, and other interesting reptiles. At Kinyonga, you'll get to see and learn about reptiles, numerous amphibians and arachnids, many species of which are endangered in South Africa. After lunch, you'll board a boat on the Blydepoort Dam for a view of the mountains from the bottom of the Canyon. This 1.5-hour excursion in spectacular surroundings is not to be missed - you might spot some game on the riverbanks from the boat, and the occasional hippo or crocodile may come past for a closer look at the visitors!

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What people are saying about Hazyview

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 28 reviews

This has been a huge highlight of our holiday! You will go far to find a more capable, considerate and experienced guide than Dewald. His knowledge of the park’s fauna and flora is astounding, we hung on his lips. He really went the extra mile (or ten or twenty) until we could tick the big5 off our list. We can definitely recommend Dewald and Kurt Tours…it was awesome!

Our guide was very knowledgeable about animals, birds, and all the flora. He was very helpful and certainly we saw LOTS of animals. He was prompt in picking us up and also did not hurry us when we were looking at animals. Best of all…we had a wonderful time and enjoyed every minute.

It is quite overwhelming to stand next to a animal this large. The guide is very provisional and helps while you feed and touch the animals. I just once again realized God is great.

This was such an amazing experience,the guide was excellent and answered all our questions. Loved meeting Casper and Kitso.

I thoroughly enjoyed the magnificent views of nature. It was interesting to get the history as well