Kruger Safari & Mozambique Beach

9 nights
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£2999

Travel 01 Jun 2019 - 30 Nov 2019
Book by 31 May 2019

Saving £730 per person

  • 3 nts Elandela, Kruger National Park - in a standard suite with full board + 2 daily game drives
  • 1 nts Southern Sun O.R. Tambo, Jo'burg & Pretoria - in a standard room with breakfast
  • 5 nts Massinga Beach Lodge, Mozambique - in an ocean view chalet with full board
  • Includes full board and 2 daily game drives at Elandela
  • Includes full board at Massinga Beach
  • Flights to Hoedspruit via Johannesburg and onwards to Mozambique with South African Airways from Heathrow, accommodation throughout, return shared transfers and prepayable taxes.
  • This holiday is ATOL protected 2713
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3 nts Elandela, Kruger National Park

in a standard suite with full board + 2 daily game drives

Set on a private game sanctuary in Hoedspruit adjacent to the Kruger National Park, the location on the wildlife rich Klaserie River offers sweeping views of the nearby Blyde River Canyon and Drakensberg Mountains.

1 nts Southern Sun O.R. Tambo, Jo'burg & Pretoria

in a standard room with breakfast

The stylish, comfortable Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport hotel is conveniently located directly adjacent to Johannesburg’s International Airport. A number of Johannesburg’s most important business facilities, commercial hubs, shopping centres and restaurants are found nearby.

5 nts Massinga Beach Lodge, Mozambique

in an ocean view chalet with full board

This welcoming lodge is surrounded by lush coconut plantations.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights to Hoedspruit via Johannesburg and onwards to Mozambique with South African Airways from Heathrow, accommodation throughout, return shared transfers and prepayable taxes.

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £170, Belfast from £195, Newcastle from £170, Edinburgh from £170, Glasgow from £170. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.


3 nts Elandela, Kruger National Park

in a standard suite with full board + 2 daily game drives

The Kruger is arguably one of the finest game parks in the world with plentiful accommodation to suit all pockets, gourmet bush cuisine and exciting, adrenalin-pumping wildlife experiences. Your chances of seeing the Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo - are high.

The Kruger Park offers some of the best game viewing in Africa with no fewer than 147 mammals and over 500 species of birds waiting for you. Most Kruger game lodges offer two game drives per day. These are usually offered early in the morning (before breakfast) and late afternoon, although exact times vary according to season. Game drives are always in open top four-wheel drive vehicles, with usually just six guests per vehicle, and are carried out by an experienced knowledgeable ranger. Some lodges also include bush walks or walking safaris.

Most Kruger lodges offer three meals a day and many have African 'bomas' (a traditional outdoor dining experience). Some lodges do not accept children and those that do may insist you pay extra for a private game drive if your children are under 7. Most lodges have no fences, so wildlife can be found inside the lodges' grounds. All lodges insist you are escorted by a member of staff after dark.

1 nts Southern Sun O.R. Tambo, Jo'burg & Pretoria

in a standard room with breakfast

While Gauteng may geographically be South Africa's smallest province it is an urban playground of note with the cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria. Johannesburg is South Africa's largest city as well as the financial and commercial heart of the country, while Pretoria is the administrative capital which is both a showpiece of South Africa's sad and controversial past, and of its vibrant new life.

Built on the discovery of gold in 1886, Jo'burg, as it is commonly known, has worked hard over recent years to reinvent itself and is rapidly changing. Visitors are now discovering a beautiful city centre dominated by Victorian and Edwardian colonial architecture, modern skyscrapers, exclusive boutiques, opulent shopping centres, vibrant pavement cafes and entertainment complexes. Art galleries and museums can be found in the cultural districts of Newtown and Braamfontein, while the inner city is becoming a tourist gem.

Change has yet to reach all areas though and some contrasts still exist, most notably between the upmarket neighbourhoods, such as Rosebank, Melrose Arch, Hyde Park and Sandton, and the townships. Soweto, the most renowned of the townships, was brought to prominence during the anti-apartheid uprisings of the 1970s and eye-opening tours give visitors a view of everyday life.

To gain a perspective on the history of South Africa, visit the Apartheid Museum for a fascinating if not disturbing record of South Africa's recent turbulent past. There's also the impressive Constitutional Court, the protector of basic human rights and freedom. While both recapture the darker aspects of South African history, they also conclude with a positive affirmation of new beginnings.

Just an hour outside Johannesburg and well worth a visit, is the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site known for its unique wealth of fossil-bearing caves which contain a superbly preserved record of the stages in the evolution of humankind over the past four million years.

Pretoria is just a short drive north of Johannesburg and while the country's administrative capital is decidedly less urbane, it is somewhat grander with numerous stately buildings, attractive museums, leafy suburbs and jacaranda-lined streets. Statues, monuments and landmarks commemorate the country's history and the most famous is the crescent-shaped Union Buildings. It was here, in 1994, where Nelson Mandela took office as President. Just outside the central business district is the Transvaal Museum, the country's leading natural history museum.

However, Pretoria is not all about the past. It is a modern and growing city with first-rate shopping, beautiful parks and gardens, top restaurants and a lively arts community.

5 nts Massinga Beach Lodge, Mozambique

in an ocean view chalet with full board

This enigmatic country has much to offer those who venture here, including a string of bewitching beaches and awe-inspiring archipelagos on its Indian Ocean coastline. Indeed, Mozambique is the ultimate beach destination with its idyllic white sands, swaying palms, warm turquoise waters, well-preserved corals and pristine dive sites. Add to this its traditions, its cultures and its vibes and you won't be disappointed.

The capital, Maputo, is set in the far south of the country and is easily one of Africa's most attractive capitals with Mediterranean-style architecture, a waterside setting, wide avenues, shady pavement cafes, colourful markets and a vibrant cultural scene. Within Maputo province is Machangulo, a secluded bay whee fishing, diving, and snorkelling can all be enjoyed.

Pemba, in the north of the country, sprawls across a peninsula jutting into the enormous Pemba Bay, one of the world's largest natural harbours. There are wide sandy beaches and coral reefs which provide safe swimming and snorkelling, while on land the colourful city markets and craft shops are well worth exploring.

Pemba is also the gateway to the enchanting Quirimbas Archipelago, comprised of just 32 islands and a marine sanctuary with an abundant array of marine life and rich coral reefs. The archipelago's natural beauty is astounding, with soft white sands surrounded by brilliant waters alternating with greener, vegetated islands and extensive mangroves.

The coastline of the Inhambane province has some of Mozambique's best snorkelling spots as well as beautiful beaches and secluded coves.

In the south, Vilanculos has a collection of lovely beaches and lots of water-based activities. Vilanculos also offers access to the scintillatingly beautiful Bazaruto Archipelago, a series of five islands with stunning beaches and a protected marine reserve that provide the ideal setting for an off-the-beaten-track Robinson Crusoe style holiday.

Mozambique is the perfect destination for those looking to laze the time away on sun-drenched beaches lapped by warm, gentle waters, so let Premier Holidays create the perfect  Mozambique holiday for you…

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