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Dagprogramma 14 Dagen

Wandelgroepsreis Zuid-Afrika

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Tijdens deze reis staan veel wandelingen door het oostelijk deel van Zuid-Afrika en Swaziland op de planning. Je geniet van de hoogtepunten van de Panoramaroute en verkent de volgende dag te voet Blyde River Canyon. Tijdens een bezoek aan het Kruger Park wisselen we vanwege de veiligheid de wandelschoenen in voor een aantal jeepsafari's. In het Malalotja Nature Reserve wandelen we in een berggebied dat minder vaak wordt bezocht en maken we kennis met de lokale bevolking en hun rijke cultuur. Hluhluwe National Park en de kust bij St. Lucia zullen ook niet ontbreken. Deze wandelreis wordt waardig afgesloten met de ruige Drakensbergen. Je overnacht in comfortabele chalets en guesthouses en gaat op pad met ervaren gidsen.

Dag 1-2

Panorama Route

We depart Johannesburg and head east to Mpumalanga. During the afternoon we visit the gold mining town of Pilgrims Rest, and the viewpoint over God’s Window. Stretch our legs on a short walk from Mac Mac Pools and then make our way to our chalets on the edge of the escarpment.

We are up early the next morning for our first long walk at the Blyde River. We walk from the rim of the escarpment down into the canyon with views over the Three Sisters and the river below, before making our way back up the escarpment again. After lunch we spend the afternoon exploring the forests and waterfalls which make Mpumalanga a beautiful destination. An exciting optional activity is the Graskop Gorge Lift, which lowers you down for a walk through the lush Afromontane forest below (own expense).

Dag 3-4

Private Game Reserve Lowveld

An early breakfast and we make our way to Kruger National Park. We enter the national park and spend the day on an exciting game drive. Your guide will interpret the signs of bush as we hope to see elephants, rhino and possibly the elusive leopard. We stop for a picnic lunch before completing our game drive in the late afternoon as we exit the park and make our way to our  private game lodge in the Greater Kruger area.

A highlight of our tour is the early morning game walk with a local ranger. Quietly we venture into the bush, learning the tracks and other signs of the wildlife we hope to find on foot.

Dag 5-6


We enter the Kingdom of Swaziland / eSwatini and travel through a lush fruit farming area before heading into the mountains.  We spend 2 nights on the outskirts of Malalotja Nature Reserve with a full day to walk through this seldom explored mountainous reserve. The Swazi people have a rich cultural heritage and we will visit the craft and medicine markets on day 7 as we pass through the capital, Mbabane.

Dag 7-8

Zululand Game Reserves

Crossing into South Africa we head towards our lodge on a private game reserve situated on the Msinene Nature Reserve. We take a walk with our local walking guide who will point out some of the 540+ bird species found in the area, and track the shy Nyala antelope in the riverine vegetation of the Msinene River. The following morning we visit Hluhluwe Game Reserve, a key area for rhino conservation and visit a Zulu village to learn more about their culture. Enjoy sunset and the sounds of the bush before a hearty dinner at the lodge.

Dag 9-10

Zululand Battlefields

We leave the bush of Zululand behind us and make our way through the scenic hills and valleys of Zululand to the small town of Dundee.  Here battles were fought between the Zulus, British and the Boer troops - war cries still resound in the hills. We spend time at the informative Tulana museum before we settle into our lodge and have some free time in the afternoon. 

The following morning we explore the Isandlwana battlefield before we embark on an exciting 4-5hour hike tracing the steps of the two British fugitives through the undulating hills of Zululand to the Buffalo River. Later in the day we visit Rourkes Drift before returning to the lodge.

Dag 11-12


Witness the grandeur of the Drakensberg Mountains or Ukhahlamba “Barrier of Spears”. We overnight at the base of the “berg” (alt. 1,600m) and spend a full day walking the mountain trails before taking an invigorating dip in the clear mountain streams of the Royal Natal National Park. The crisp mountain air is refreshing and our lodge is a fantastic place to relax and enjoy the splendour of the mountain views.

Dag 13


We start the day with an early breakfast and make our way to Witsieshoek at the foot of the magnificent Sentinel Peak. At the end of a rough gravel road we start our trek, including a short chain ladder section, to the top of the Drakensberg Amphitheatre and the beautiful Tugela Falls (alt. 3,000m), offering unparalleled views down into KwaZulu Natal. After our walk we make our way to the lodge perched high in the mountains (alt. 2,300m) overlooking the Mont-Aux-Sources mountain range.

Dag 14


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