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The Kingdom of Eswatini

All Out Africa Tours running Kruger Camping Tour in December

All Out Africa Tours, a local tour company in the Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland), have launched mini camping tour taking guest across the border into South Africa’s Kruger National Park.

The 3-day camping trip departs from from Lidwala Lodge in Eswatini’s tourism hub, the Ezulwini Valley. From here, the transfers will head north and over the border to Kruger. The trip will offer guests an upclose experience with wildlife and will offer many opportunities for spotting the famous Big 5 – leopard, lion, elephant, rhino and buffalo, all of which reside in Kruger. Sightings are not guaranteed as with any safari, but that’s what makes the experience so special. You don’t know when and what you will see! Recently, guests have been delighted to see the Big 5 and also see cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, an array of birdlife and more.

With endless photograph opportunities and drives at different times of the day, this really is a wonderful experience.  Safaris at Kruger start in line with gate opening times on the Saturday and Sunday (around 6am), so be prepared to get up early to avoid missing out on the sunrise game drives.  From arrival at Crocodile Bridge Gate, the safari experience will be in an open safari vehicle with an experienced qualified Kruger Safari Guide.  You will be able to hear, smell and see wildlife, much more easily than visitors in standard vehicles.

This 2 night trip includes camping in a 2-man canvas tents, mattresses, pillow and pillow case per person. Guests are able to pick up snacks, drinks etc. from Komatipoort before entering Kruger.  Conservation fees are included in the price.  Meals are not included, though guests can take advantage of the riverside location at Lower Sabie to listen to the sounds of wildlife whilst enjoying dinner.

The tour departs on Friday 14th December at 8:30, returning in the afternoon of Sunday 16th December. The late deal is available for a great price of ZAR 2950 per person.