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Game Ranch Accommodation, Game Ranch Accommodation in NElspruit, Game Ranch Accommodation in Mpumalanga

Hunting in Mpumalanga, Hunting in Nelspruit, Hunting Game Farm in Nelspruit, Hunting Game Farm in MpumalangaFor More Info

Paradors Game Ranch

 

La Roca Guest House, Nelspruit Accommodation , Mpumalanga accommodation , Self Catering , B&B and Guest House accommodation

La Roca Guest House, Nelspruit Accommodation , Mpumalanga accommodation , Self Catering , B&B and Guest House accommodation

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Echo Africa Safaris and Transfers

 

 

 

 

Night Safaris and Game Drives with Echo Africa for more info

 

Jabulile Safaris

 

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GAME LODGE AND GAME RESERVES

 
Game Ranch Accommodation, Game Ranch Accommodation in NElspruit, Game Ranch Accommodation in Mpumalanga

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Contact Person;

 

Henk Coetzee

Cell: 083 461 0539

 

E-mail:

henkcoetzee@webmail.co.za

 

Website:

www.hezekiah.co.za

Game Lodge Accommodation in Mpumalanga, Game Lodge Accommodation in Nelspruit

We have a comfortable self-catering, 2 bedroom cottage, set in beautiful surroundings with game animals abounding.

Enjoy the scenic dam of our game park, or go on a game viewing and birding walk in our lovely setting. Our fully equipped chalet allows you to relax in affordable comfort.
Relax around the braai on the outside terrace and enjoy the natural setting at its best.

 
Bundu Lodge Nelspruit Lodge Accommodation

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Contact BUNDU LODGE at:

 

Tel : +27 013 758 1221

+27 013 758 1222

+27 013 758 1223

Fax : +27 013 758 1208

 

Email us here

www.bundulodge.co.za

 

Wild Life game Reserves in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga

With superb cuisine and service, Bundu boasts 112 rooms in addition to a much larger a la carte restaurant, as well as 7 fully-equipped conference venues and two quaint chapels - one indoors and one outdoors at the ‘wedding rocks’ - for the ultimate in romantic weddings.

 

 Bundu’s proximity to Nelspruit and White River as well as the Kruger National Park and the Drakensberg, has contributed to making it the local lodge of choice. With all its tame and beautiful animals at the Bundu Animal Touch Farm, it really is a paradise for the children, making it ideal for the family getaway.

Paradors Game Ranch

 

La Roca Guest House, Nelspruit Accommodation , Mpumalanga accommodation , Self Catering , B&B and Guest House accommodation

La Roca Guest House, Nelspruit Accommodation , Mpumalanga accommodation , Self Catering , B&B and Guest House accommodation

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Hetta Nel

Cell: +27 82 529 4811

 


Fax: +27 866 341 529


E-mail: etta@paradors.co.za

 

www.paradors.co.za

Situated in the heart of the Mara valley, Mpumalanga lies Paradors a 4 000 hectare hidden treasure - not only as Game Ranch, but also as natural sanctuary far from the distractions of modern life.

 

It’s situated a mere 15 km from the N4 National Highway, making it an ideal halfway stop-over for guests travelling between Kruger Park, Swaziland, Mozambique borders and Kruger International Airport.

 

Nelspruit Accommodation - Nelspruit B&B accommodation - Nelspruit game Lodge - Wokini Guest House

Nelspruit Accommodation - Nelspruit B&B accommodation - Nelspruit game Lodge - Wokini Guest House

 

Nelspruit Accommodation - Nelspruit B&B accommodation - Nelspruit game Lodge - Wokini Guest House

FOR MORE INFO

Tel :

+27 (0)13 733 3569

Cell:083 628 8866
Or 083 628 3902

Fax:

+27 (0)13 733 3569

Click Here for e-mail

www.wokini.co.za

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E : 30° 50,844'

Nelspruit Accommodation - Nelspruit B&B accommodation - Nelspruit game Lodge - Wokini Guest House

Wokini Guest House in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, is a 4 star B&B and has 6 beautifully furnished and airconditioned en-suit bedrooms.

The separate 2 bedroom en-suite chalet is close to the main house and both rooms have their own entrance. The rooms are elegantly furnished and spacious with all the facilities as set above.
The bigger room has its own private deck with a small table and chairs to really enjoy the wonderfully peaceful Lowveld days.

 
Komatipoort Accommodation - Game Lodge in Komatipoort - Grand Kruger Lodge
Malelane Accommodation - Game Lodge in Malelane - Grand Kruger Lodge


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Komatipoort Accommodation - Game Lodge in Komatipoort - Grand Kruger Lodge

Doctor Mtsweni  
Operation Director

Marketing manager

Grand Kruger Lodge Team

Office: + 27 (0)82 651 4567
Fax: +27 (0)86 614 5437
Cell : +27 82 651 4567

Email :

info@grandkrugerlodge.co.za

www.grandkrugerlodge.co.za

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Komatipoort Accommodation - Game Lodge in Komatipoort - Grand Kruger Lodge

Grand Kruger Lodge provides an ideal setting for relaxation in the bush veld ... perfect tranquillity, superb accommodation and exquisite cuisine


Grand Kruger Lodge sleeps 44 guests in 8 rooms & 6 units in the Bush Camp, allowing maximum privacy and attention at all times.

The accommodation is luxurious and the eight en-suite double rooms have been lovingly decorated to create an atmosphere of elegance.

 

Sunrise Aviation - Helicopter charters and scenic Flights

Mike Pingo

 

Tel : +27 13 744 9254

Fax : +27 13 744 9251

Cell No : +27 83 625 6991

sunavian@mweb.co.za

www.sunriseaviation.co.za

Sunrise Aviation - Helicopter charters and scenic Flights

Sunrise Aviation offers a diverse range of helicopter services.

  • Helicopter charters and transfers

  • Scenic flights and safaris

  • Game census services

  • Aerial photography and movie sets

  • Chartered airport transfers - KMIA

 

Based in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, you may charter our helicopters throughout most of Southern Africa, Swaziland & Mozambique

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Echo Africa Safaris and Transfers

 

 

 

 

Night Safaris and Game Drives with Echo Africa for more info

Contact Details for Echo Africa

 

Tel/Fax:

+27 13 750 0552
Alternative Fax:

+27 86 652 7998

E-mail: 

echoafrica@mweb.co.za

 

Website:

www.echoafricasafaris.com

 

Day Tours with Echo Africa

We are the largest Safari Operator to specialise in Day Tours into the world renowned Kruger National Park.

 

We offer Full Day Game Drives and Half Day Game Drives (either a Morning or Afternoon Game Drive). 

 

Night Safari is also possible and will complete your experience.

 

 
Summit Tours and Safaris in Mpumalanga

Wildlife Safari tours in mpumalanga, Nelspruit and the Panorama route and KRuger National ParkFor More Info

Contact Person: Lillian

Tel: +27 (0)13 794 4300

 


CLICK HERE

for reservations

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for website

 

Tour operators in Swaziland and Mozambique

SUMMIT TOURS

Summit Tours have over the years established a tried and trusted relationship with the travel industry, hotels, lodges, safari/game lodges, airports and private clients. Summit Tourshave an in-depth knowledge of the Greater Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga Province, Kwazulu – Natal Province, the Eastern Drakensberg Mountains, Mozambique and the Kingdom of Swaziland. This includes private national/provincial wildlife areas. Our guides hold full qualifications as legislated by South African law and SA Tourism.


 
Jabulile Safaris

 

Jabulile Safaris info for more info

 

Contact details for Jabulile Safaris

 

Etienne

Cell  : 083 462 8422

 

Kathy

Cell : 083 447 1243

 

info@jabulilesafaris.co.za

CLICK HERE for more info

Safaris in the Kruger National Park

Our mission is to provide our guest with most unforgettable experience in the Kruger National Park
We are professional, honest, friendly and affordable. We specialize in camping safaris, with the Kruger bungalows on request.

 

Come and join us on our safari tours to sight the Big Five as well as the Little Five and especially to have a lot of enjoyable fun. We offer packages for trips from 1 to 12 day tours.

 
E Coaches bus hiring in Mpumalanga

 

Tours and trnsfers, E Coaches for more info

 

Office: 013-751-3039

Fax: 013-751-1606

click here for email

click here for email

 

Michele 072-413-1185

click here for email

Jaco 083 2777 374

click here for email

 

www.ecoaches.co.za
buses and coaches to hire and rent in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga

On the vehicle rental side we are proud to say that we are not only making use of our own fleet but that we also do the vehicle sub-hiring for EuropCar, Hertz,Avis and Budget-rent-a-car.

 

We provide a vast selection of services that include: coach hire, Kruger Day Tours, vehicle rentals, accommodation, shuttle services, chauffeur drive, bus hire, self drive tours, panormama tours, trips to Mozambique and Swaziland, luxury coaches and School tours.

THOMPSONS INDABA SAFARIS

Thompsons Tours - Tours of Mozambique - Mozambique Tour Guides - Swaziland Tours - Swaziland Tour Guides - Mpumalanga Tours - Mpumalanga Tour Guides

HAZYVIEW
Tel: +27 13 737 7115
Tel : +27 13 737 6216
Direct Fax : 086 636 5484
Office Fax : 013 737 7403
or
Office Fax : 013 737 6529

 

CLICK HERE to email us

 

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Safaris and tours to Kruger National Park Mpumalanga South Africa from Thompsons Indaba Tours and Safaris
Safaris and tours to Kruger National Park Mpumalanga South Africa from Thompsons Indaba Tours and Safaris

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Thompsons Indaba Safaris - South African wildlife safaris and adventure travel for the tourist touring in Mpumalanga South Africa.
We specialise in day and night open vehicle safaris in the Kruger National Park, we also offer tented safaris and tours including the Big 5, Blyde River canyon and waterfalls.

We will take care of all your travel arrangements from transfers to accommodation, activities to adventure.
Satsa and Theta accredited.

 

Safaris and tours to Kruger National Park Mpumalanga South Africa from Thompsons Indaba Tours and Safaris Safaris and tours to Kruger National Park Mpumalanga South Africa from Thompsons Indaba Tours and Safaris Safaris and tours to Kruger National Park Mpumalanga South Africa from Thompsons Indaba Tours and Safaris
 
South Africa Tours, Tours Kruger Park, Day tours Mpumalanga, Day tours Swaziland

 

South Africa Tours, Tours Kruger Park, Day tours Mpumalanga, Day tours Swaziland
FOR MORE INFO

Tel : +27 13 737 6218

Tel : +27 13 7376219
Fax : +27 86 516 3511
Cell : +27 82 825 0631
Skype : traceymeaker

 

Email:

tracey@safarisa.co.za
greg@safarisa.co.za

 

Africa Safaris website

Accommodation Africa website

South Africa Tours, Tours Kruger Park, Day tours Mpumalanga, Day tours Swaziland

African Safari Adventures offers an exciting array of experiences, from luxury game lodges to comfortable private bush camps, from a day safari to a week in the bush, from the Kruger to Cape Town or South Africa to Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe or Mozambique.

 

Our selection of tours range from half day, full day and up to 5 days!

 

We can tailor-make a private tour to suit your needs.

 

Thompsons Tours - Tours of Mozambique - Mozambique Tour Guides - Swaziland Tours - Swaziland Tour Guides - Mpumalanga Tours - Mpumalanga Tour Guides

 

 

Tel: 013-790 0401
Fax: 013-7900406
Cell: 00 27 0829263716

Email:

corinna.louw@thompsons.co.za

 

  • 3 CountriesTour - South Africa, Mozambique, Swaziland - 7 nights and 8 days.
  • Mozambique Day Tour - City Tour of Maputo
  • Kruger National Park - open safari vehicle tours
  • Swaziland Day Tours
  • Chimpanzee Eden - Jane Goodall
  • Microlighting, Elephant Interaction, Quad Biking .. and much much more

 

Thompsons Tours - Tours of Mozambique - Mozambique Tour Guides - Swaziland Tours - Swaziland Tour Guides - Mpumalanga Tours - Mpumalanga Tour Guides
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Kruger National Park Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa. It is roughly the same size and shape as Wales. It covers 18,989 square km (7,332 sq mi) and extends 350 km (217 mi) from north to south and 60 km (37 mi) from east to west.To the west and south of the Kruger National Park are the two South African provinces of Mpumalanga and Limpopo. In the north is Zimbabwe, and to the east is Mozambique. It is now part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links Kruger National Park with the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe, and with the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique.The park is part of the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, an area designated by the United Nations Education and Scientific Organisation (UNESCO) as an International Man and Biosphere Reserve (the "Biosphere").

In 1896, the Rinderpest virus wiped out most of the region's game and cattle. Aiming to preserve game animals for future hunters, the Transvaal Volksraad voted in favour of a small government game reserve. Funds for the Sabie Game Reserve were allocated in 1898, but war broke out. After the Second Boer War, Major (later Lieutenant-Colonel) James Stevenson-Hamilton was appointed the first warden in 1902, and a few months later the area from the Sabi river to the Olifants river was added.The far north area gained protection in 1903 as the Singwitsi Game Reserve. This area included Crook's Corner, a small triangular tongue of land between the Luvuvhu and Limpopo rivers, where the borders of Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe meet. In the 1900s this area was a safe-haven for gun runners, poachers, fugitives and anyone else dodging the law. It was an easy hop across the river whenever police from one particular country approached. There is a large plaque here commemorating the legendary ivory hunter Cecil Barnard (Bvekenya), who hid on an island in the middle of the Limpopo to avoid being tracked down by pursuing rangers and police in the 1920s. Ironically, Barnard later became a ranger himself. A police station was later built here.As a result of nearly a century of unbridled hunting, there were virtually no animals in the reserves, and with the reputation of the malarial Lowveld as a white man's grave, Stevenson-Hamilton removed all human inhabitants from the reserves. In addition, he and his assistants began shooting all predators in order to "bring up" the antelope herds.In 1912, a railway line was routed through the reserve. Stevenson-Hamilton successfully used this to get tourists to stop over for lunch. By 1916 a government commission was appointed to assess the future of the reserves. In 1926, as an act of reconciliation, the British administration officially renamed the reserves after Paul Kruger, and declared it to be South Africa's first National Park. In 1927, the park was opened to the public who where charged a £1 fee. Only a handful of cars visited the new park that year, but in 1935 some 26,000 people passed through the gates. Today the number is around one million per year. Stevenson-Hamilton was surprised when lions became a key attraction, and he stopped the indiscriminate shooting of the predators. Stevenson-Hamilton retired in 1946, and he died in 1957.

In the 1960s, in an effort to boost game numbers, the Water for Wildlife project was started and erected about 300 windmills in the park. The waterholes attracted game into the area. At first this seemed a good thing; only decades later did the results show that with the impalas and zebras the waterholes attracted also brought more predators into the area. Before the waterholes, these dryer areas supported roan antelope, which are much easier for lions to catch — the roans weren't able to compete. The park has started to close the waterholes, and let nature take its course.In 1991, Robbie Robinson became Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the South African National Parks Board. Robinson began the transition of the park into the new South Africa. One of his many accomplishments was removing the fencing that separated the park's western border from numerous small, private game reserves, thus allowing the animals to roam freely between the private game reserves and Kruger National Park.In 1998, the Kruger National Park's first black director was elected. David Mabunda is now CEO of the South African National Parks Board.With the forming of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, large, unsustainable herds of animals in the Kruger National Park can now be translocated to near-virgin bush. The war ravaged 300 km² Limpopo National Park in Mozambique (formerly known as Coutada 16) started receiving animals in 2001.On October 21, 2002, the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport was opened near Nelspruit, some 63 km from the closest park gate. The airport is intended to increase accessibility to the park from major South African centres, namely Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg. Despite the name, the airport does not handle notable volumes of international traffic at this stage. Indeed, the airport is not especially commercial; with only South African Airlink and two other small operators running commercial flights.

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P O Box 8073
Nelspruit 1206
Mpumalanga

 

Office hours:

Mon to Friday

o8h00 to 16h30

 

Please do not contact us on the numbers below for bookings.
We do not do the bookings for any of our clients

 

Tel: 013 745 7169

Fax : 086 699 5650

Complaints or compliments

Email Judy here

Queries with respect to adverts

Email Susan here

Incorrect info or broken links

Email Susan here

Accounts and payment queries

Email Veronica here

 

Accommodation Bookings are done by Africa Bookings

Contact Naomi at

+27(0)13 745 7187

Email Naomi here

 

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