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Sør-Afrika – Ridesafari Wait a little

Denne ferien er på et privat reservat i flotte omgivelser, omgitt av Witteberg fjellene som en hesteko. Disse fjellene er noen av de høyeste i Sør Afrika. Reservatet har en rekke ville dyr og stedet er en opplevelse for heste elskere, med over 300 hester på gården. Her avler de selv de prisbelønte sør afrikanske Boerperd og Arabiske hester som brukes til distanse ritt. Under oppholdet på Moolmanshoek kan du ri en fremtidig distanseritt Champion eller en som tidligere har vært en mester.

 

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  • Ridenivå: erfarne ryttere  , se mere info om Rideerfaring
  • Åpent hele året
  • Bestemte datoer & private grupper
  • 7 netter / 6 dager ridning
  • 4-6 timer ridning hver dag
  • Vektbegrensning ca 96 kg
  • Normalt maksimum 7 personer på tur
  • Nærmeste flyplass: Hoedspruit eller Phalaborwa
  • Pris fra ca kr 24 000,- (7 netter inkl. fullpensjon / all inclusive)

Wait a Little er et stort privat viltreservat (game reserve) i nærheten av Kruger nasjonalpark, og på ridesafari fra hesteryggen tilbyr de gode muligheter for å se Big Five: elefant, neshorn, løve, leopard og bøffel.

Elvene som renner gjennom reservatet er livsnerven i regionen, som gir vann til en imponerende mengde av dyreliv. Variasjonen av pattedyr, fugler og planteliv er fantastisk.

En kan aldri garantere at får sett de ville dyrene, men Wait a Little gir en av de beste mulightene for å se Big Five fra hesteryggen. Du blri guidet av Philip Kusseler som leder en spennende og rask safari der terrenget tillater det.

Du rir vanligvis tidlig på morgenen for opptil tre timer og igjen sent på ettermiddagen. Det kan være noen heldagsturer med piknik og også muligheten for en game drive (bilsafari) for å oppsøke de store kattedyrene. Hestene er hovedsakelig sørafrikanske Boerperd, som er en sterk, modig og følsom hesterase, og er ideell for ridning i bushen. De er alle godt skolerte av Philip´s kone Gerti.

Safari på Wait a Little kombinerer fantastisk ridning med luksuriøs innkvartering.

BIG FIVE SAFARI: 7 netter safari fra lørdag til lørdag. Du bor fire netter på Wait a Little teltcamp, en natt i en enkel bush camp og to netter på XiDulu Campen. Wait A Little´sVent romslige walk-in telt, med eget bad og sitteområde utenfor, sitter høyt på tre plattformer med utsikt over Makhutswe River. Når du ikke rir kan du slappe av og se dyr fra ditt private «dekk» utenfor teltet, nyte en drink i baren eller bare slappe av ved bassenget.

GARONGA SAFARI:  Wait a Little tilbyr også en svært ekslusiv ridesafari på det berømte Greater Makalali Private Game Reserve. Dette er en unik ni netters safari hvor du bor på noen av de mest eksklusive lodgene i Afrika og du rir på Wait a Little´s kvalitetshester. Du bor fire netter på Wait a Little´s camp, to netter på XiDulu Campen og tre netter på den luksuriøse Garonga safari lodgen.

FIT FOR SAFARI: Mellom mai og september er det mulig å dedikere en uke for å forbedre din ridning, lære hvor mye trening må gjøres får å «skape» en safari hest og du opplever spennende safari ridning. Du vil ha leksjoner i bakkearbeid og feltritt leksjoner og selvfølgelig også spennende safari turer ut i bushen på hesteryggen.

CAMP SAFARI: Dette er en fem netters safari med 4 netter på Wait a Little campen og en natt i en enkel bush camp. Denne ridesafarien starter på lørdager.

Sør Afrika – utvidelse av ferien

Kontakt:

Ingunn – rideferieansvarlig

E-post: ingunn.k@xxl.no

Direktenummer: +47 91 99 86 04

Se www.inthesaddle.com for alle våre ridesafarier i Afrika og rideferier i resten av verden. 

Dette er en rask tur. Du må være en erfaren rytter i god form som er komfortabel i alle gangarter. Du rir i et område med farlige dyr, og det er viktig at du er sikker oppå hesten din. Det er noen lange galopper på sandige, og du må være i form til å ri opptil seks eller syv timer i salen.

Hestene spenner fra sørafrikanske Boerperd til frisere og shire krysninger til fullblodshester og varmblodshester. Høyder varierer mellom 15hh og 17hh. Alle er godt trent, lydhør og fremadgående med og i form for lange rideetapper. Hestene har vokst opp i bushen og er vant til å være blant de ville dyrene. Alle hestene blir vanligvis ridd med dressur saler, selv om også langdistanse saler, designet av Leon Liversage, kan være tilgjengelige for enkelte hester.

Vektgrensen er ca 96 kg.

Big Five Safari

The Big Five Safari includes 4 nights at Wait A Little; 1 night at a basic bush camp and two nights at XiDulu. The safari runs Saturday to Saturday and runs all year round.

Please note that the itinerary may change depending on the weather at the time and other local conditions. The itinerary may need to be modified if there are less than four guests in which case it may not include the overnights at XiDulu.
Day One

You will be collected from either Hoedspruit or Phalaborwa airport and transferred to Wait A Little main camp. On arrival at camp have a light lunch or afternoon tea (depending on your arrival time), over which is discussed the schedule, the rules and safety measures of the safari.

After you have been matched to your horse, there is a short orientation ride to allow you to unwind from your journey and give you time and confidence with your horse and the riding style. You may even see the first giraffe or zebra. Return to camp for a three course dinner, accompanied by South African wines. This is taken in the dining area, which is furnished with African art.

Overnight at Wait a Little base camp. The first night, with all its fantastic sounds and noises, is probably the most exciting one. Accommodation for these first three nights is in luxury safari tents with en-suite bathrooms, mounted on platforms above the Makhutswe River.

Day Two

Wake up to tea or coffee. After a light early breakfast set off for a trail ride through the Reserve. Now the search for wild game can really begin. Your guide will show you the tracks made by the game and take you to good viewing areas in the reserve. The weather will determine the day’s ride, but usually you ride for 3-4 hours in the morning and 2-3 hours in the afternoon.

After returning from the morning ride, a big lunch awaits with homemade quiches, pizzas or pancakes, freshly baked bread and lots of green salads, meats and cheeses. After lunch there is the chance to relax with a siesta. Spend your well deserved rest in your tent or at the swimming pool or maybe you would like to improve your knowledge about Africa by reading one of the books provided in the camp library.

Afternoon tea and coffee strengthen for your next adventure. The afternoon ride ends at a beautiful sundowner spot where drink in hand, you can enjoy an often colourful sunset!

Day Three

Another exciting day awaits. The morning is similar to the one on day two, but today you go on an exciting drive to the buffalo project in the afternoon.

This afternoon unwind at camp. Have a siesta by the pool or enjoy a massage to ease away any aches or strains. There is a well-prepared massage sala where everything is there for your comfort. Today there is also usually the chance to acquire some of Wait A Little’s merchandise material. From fleeces, fleecy jackets and sweatshirts to shirts, T-shirts, golf tops, hats, beanies to beads there is a beautiful and fashionable selection of safari outfits available.

Day Four

Whatever tracks the guide finds he will try to follow. On your morning ride, perhaps an elephant track might leads towards the Kufunyame River, where huge palm trees and tall river reeds provide a good meal for an elephant.

In the afternoon pack your bags and leave for another camp. The luggage will be brought by vehicle, whilst you set off on horseback. Ride south, passing with baited breath between the twin rock formations of Lion and Leopard Hill. The gently undulating roads in this area lend themselves to long easy canters. Giraffe, zebra or wildebeest may pick up the pace and run by your side, elegantly manoeuvring through the veldt.

Beacon Rock, your fly camp for the night, is situated at a giant rock formation from where you can overlook the whole Lowveld escarpment. A quick scramble up to the top rewards you with a spectacular panoramic view over the whole reserve and the perfect vantage point to witness a stunning red sunset fall over the high Drakensberg Escarpment.

Spend the night under the stars, around a campfire with your horses. Steaks or chops, cooked over the open fire, with snake bites, baked potatoes and salads are the perfect food to help you into a deep sleep tonight. Listen to the call of the hyena or jackal which might visit the camp in the night.

Day Five

Waking to the rich colours of sunrise revive the fire for coffee and breakfast before embarking on a long ride (approx five hours). Enter the Makalali Game Reserve, which is dominated by huge open plains where you might find yourself cantering next to giraffe, zebra or wildebeest. Spectacular views over big distances show you the way to the luxury XiDulu camp, your base for the next two nights. Accommodation is in chalets, each equipped with en-suite bathrooms, outdoor showers and private verandas for your relaxation.

The horses take a break in the afternoon while you join a game drive in the search of game that you cannot approach on horseback. Lion and leopard can sometimes be found, hopefully even on a kill. Return to camp for dinner, maybe eat outside if the weather is kind, or in the dining area.

Day Six

Today go exploring, cutting through the veldt at a canter, twisting and turning around the trees (“bushwhacking”) with your surefooted horse carrying you nimbly through the undergrowth, having just as much fun as you. Here and there a tree, felled by an elephant, provides an irresistible jump. Or perhaps the eland, or kudu, seeing you pass, fall in to run in front of you showing the best path to follow. At the top of the hill you pause for thought, as mile after mile of unspoiled Africa stretches away before you.

Have lunch at XiDulu, enjoying fresh salads, meats and cheeses served on banana leaves, while watching nyala, waterbuck, kudu or other little animals roaming the dam.

During your siesta watch the hippo in the dam. Let them entertain you, playing in the water, rolling and laughing. With luck, a crocodile will be relaxing on a sandbank, enjoying the warm sunshine.

Later enjoy another ride out exploring the area and wildlife.

Day Seven

A long ride lies ahead of you today (up to 5 hours), leaving the Makalali camp XiDulu behind and riding back to Wait A Little. What will be seen on the way? This is always open to the wildlife, tracks of elephant, lion, rhino, and giraffe determine the guide’s path. Home at Wait A Little the team eagerly awaits your exciting tales whilst you enjoy another fantastic lunch.

The last sundowner on Wait A Little’s open plain will be a sad, but beautiful ride and an impressive unique experience. The African fever might have caught you and the goodbye can be hard. For your farewell dinner there is something special – perhaps game fillets like kudu or eland served on pasta with sherry sauce.

Day Eight

An early wake up for a short, sporty ride, before checking out and transferring back to the airport.

Fit for Safari

The Fit for Safari itinerary is arranged on request and requires four or more people.  Please note that the itinerary may change depending on the weather at the time and other local conditions.

Day One

You will be collected from either Hoedspruit or Phalaborwa airport and transferred to Wait A Little main camp. On arrival at Wait A Little a light lunch or afternoon tea and coffee awaits you. The Wait A Little team, including Philip and Gerti, are there to welcome you and your hosts will introduce you to the training schedule and the safety procedures before going on your first riding safari. This orientation ride takes you through the area surrounding the camp as you unwind from your journey and forget yourself in the peace of the African bush. This is your chance to become accustomed to our horses and riding style. You might even see the first giraffe or zebra.

Sundowners, looking out towards the Drakensberg Mountains, are a perfect prelude to the generous three course dinner, accompanied by hand-picked South African wines, which awaits you in the dining area, furnished with antique African art.

The first night, with all its fantastic sounds and noises, is probably the most exciting one. Accommodation for these first three nights is in old style safari tents with ensuite bathrooms, mounted on platforms above the Makhutswe River at the Wait A Little main camp

Day Two

Wake up to tea or coffee in the morning. After a light, continental breakfast you are ready for your first lesson. On this first day, you will start with theoretical lessons. Depending on how long it takes, some of the six to seven participants might still be able to ride. Practical lessons are taken in turns, and whilst one or two are riding in the arena the others are there to watch and observe.

The training takes place according to the German Training Scale approved by the FEI. After the morning session a big lunch awaits you with homemade quiches, pizzas or pancakes, freshly baked bread and lots of green salads, meats and cheeses. After lunch there is the chance for a relaxing siesta. You can spend your well-deserved rest in your room or at the swimming pool or maybe you would like to improve your knowledge about Africa by reading one of the books provided in the library. Afternoon tea and coffee strengthen you for another safari. The ride usually ends at a beautiful sundowner spot where drink in hand you enjoy an often colourful sunset!

Day Three

Today you take it in turns to having riding lessons on Wait A Little’s horses. During this lesson Gerti will observe your riding, see what you know, how far advanced you are and where problems occur. Every lesson will be video taped and watched over lunch together to discuss problems and help each other. Today is also the chance to browse in the shop where you can acquire some Wait A Little merchandise, from fleeces, fleecy jackets and sweatshirts to shirts, t-shirts, golf tops, hats, beanies and beads; there is a beautiful and fashionable selection of safari outfits available.

This afternoon you go exploring, cutting through the veldt at a canter, twisting and turning around the trees (what Philip calls “bushwhacking”) and your surefooted horse carries you nimbly through the undergrowth, changing direction as you guide his course, having just as much fun as you. Here and there a tree, felled by an elephant, provides an irresistible jump. Or perhaps the giraffe, or wildebeest, seeing you pass, run in front of you to show the best path. At the top of the hill you pause for thought, as mile after mile of unspoiled Africa stretches away before you.

Day Four

The morning will be filled with more flatwork lessons, trying to put into practice what you have learned the day before, again with video taping and commenting afterwards.

Over lunchtime you are welcome to have a relaxing massage. There is a well-prepared massage room where everything is for your comfort. This afternoon you go on an exciting drive to the buffalo project. The drive will take you to the furthest northern corner of the reserve, all along the Makuthswe River to hopefully find these beautiful beasts. Here you enjoy sundowners followed by a night drive back home to Wait A Little.

Day Five

This morning you will see how pole-work can help your flatwork training. Little gymnastic jumps help to relax your horse and yourself. Learn about the light seat and other positions the rider can adopt. Again all lessons will be videotaped for you to discuss afterwards.

This afternoon you will go on a safari adventure on horseback. You will have to pack a little bag, as you will be sleeping out tonight. Beacon Rock, ‘fly camp’, is situated at a giant rock formation from where you can overlook the whole Lowveld escarpment. A quick scramble up to the top rewards you with a spectacular panorama over the whole reserve and the perfect vantage point to witness a blood red sun fall behind the looming Drakensberg Escarpment.

Under the stars around a campfire, surrounded by the horses, you spend the night listening to the call of the hyenas or jackals which might visit. Steaks or chops, cooked over the open fire with snakebites, baked potatoes and salads are the perfect fare to help you into a deep sleep.

Day Six

Waking to the rich colors of the sunrise you revive the fire for coffee and breakfast before embarking on the ride home. This takes you down to the beautiful Karongwe River and over ridges with great mountain views on the way back to Wait A Little.

After a well deserved lunch and rest you can explore Wait A Little’s cross country course, needless to say only when the lions haven’t decided to use the course for their afternoon siesta! Here you learn how to approach natural jumps. The goal is to teach yourself and your horse how to manage difficult looking obstacles. You will also try and approach steep riverbanks and cross water.

Day Seven

On this last day you go back to the riding arena to bring together all you have learned over the week and all you need to carry on practicing. Hopefully you have gained new ideas and lots of different exercises to help you and your horse progress.

The last sundowner on Wait A Little’s open plain will be sad, but beautiful, impressive and absolutely unique. The African fever might have caught you as well and the goodbye can be hard. For your farewell dinner Gerti chooses something special – perhaps game fillets like kudu or eland served on pasta with sherry sauce.

Day Eight

An early wake up will get you on the horses quickly, so you can enjoy a short, sporty ride before the transfer service takes you to the airport.

Garonga Safari

The Garonga Safari includes four nights at Wait A Little; three nights at Garonga safari camp and two nights at XiDulu.

Please note that the itinerary may change depending on the weather at the time and other local conditions. Also, the itinerary may need to be modified if there are less than four guests in which case it may not include the overnights at XiDulu.

Day One

You will be collected from either Hoedspruit or Phalaborwa airport and transferred to Wait A Little main camp. On arrival at camp have a light lunch or afternoon tea (depending on your arrival time). The Wait A Little team, including Philip and Gerti are there to welcome you. Philip, your guide, will introduce you to the safety procedures before you go on your first ride.

This orientation ride takes you through the area surrounding the camp as you unwind from your journey and forget yourself in the peace of the African bush. This is your chance to become accustomed to the horses and riding style. You may even see the first giraffe or zebra. Sundowners, looking out towards the Drakensberg Mountains, are a perfect prelude to the three course dinner, accompanied by South African wines, which awaits you back at camp.

The first night, with all its fantastic sounds and noises, is probably the most exciting one. Accommodation for these first three nights is at Wait A Little main camp, in spacious old style safari tents with en-suite bathrooms, mounted on platforms above the Makhutswe River.

Day Two

Wake up to tea or coffee. After a light, continental breakfast, mount your horses and go on safari. After returning from the morning ride a big lunch awaits with homemade quiches, pizzas or pancakes, freshly baked bread and lots of green salads, meats and cheeses.

After lunch there is the chance to relax with a siesta. Spend your well deserved rest in your room or at the swimming pool or maybe you would like to improve your knowledge about Africa by reading one of the books provided in the camp library.

Afternoon tea and coffee strengthen for your next adventure. The afternoon ride ends at a beautiful sundowner spot where drink in hand, you can enjoy an often colourful sunset!

Day Three

Another exciting day awaits. The morning is similar to the one on day two.

This afternoon unwind at camp. Have a siesta by the pool or enjoy a massage to ease away any aches or strains. There is a well-prepared massage sala where everything is there for your comfort. Today there is also usually the chance to acquire some of Wait A Little’s merchandise material. From fleeces, fleecy jackets and sweatshirts to shirts, T-shirts, golf tops, hats, beanies to beads there is a beautiful and fashionable selection of safari outfits available.

Day Four

Waking to the rich colours of the sunrise you get ready for a long ride. Entering the Greater Makalali Game Reserve, dominated by huge open planes, where you might find yourself cantering next to giraffe, zebra or wildebeest. Spectacular views over large distances show you the way to XiDulu, your camp for the next two nights.

Arrival at camp rewards you with a view of the big dam that lies in front of the camp and has a resident pod of hippos. The camp is surrounded by a huge open plain where giraffe, wildebeest, zebra, kudu, warthog and a big herd of eland can often be seen. Plus the occasional swimming elephant!. As with all the other Makalali camps, accommodation at XiDulu camp is in private chalets, each equipped with an en-suite bathroom, outdoor shower and a private veranda for your relaxation.

The afternoon siesta is followed by a game drive. An open top Landrover will follow the directions of your native tracker as he reads the signs left by the big cats during the day. After sundownders, the drive continues into the night, where, with luck, some of the nocturnal wildlife will be seen. Bushbabies, owls, maybe even a leopard, may complete your day’s excitement.

Day Five

Today go exploring, cutting through the veldt at a canter, twisting and turning around the trees, (what Philip calls “bushwhacking”), as your surefooted horse carries you nimbly through the undergrowth, changing direction as you guide his course, having just as much fun as you. Here and there a tree, felled by an elephant, provides an irresistible jump. Or perhaps the eland, kudu or wildebeest seeing you pass, run in front of you to show you the best path. At the top of the hill you pause for thought, as mile after mile of unspoiled Africa stretches away before you.

For lunch have fresh salads, meats and cheeses served on banana leaves on the outside dining area at XiDulu, whilst you watch nyala, waterbuck, kudu or other little animals roaming the dam.

During your siesta you can watch the hippo in the dam. Let them entertain you, playing in the water, rolling and laughing. With luck, you might see a crocodile is relaxing on a sandbank, enjoying the warm evening sun.

Day Six

Today ride towards a more northerly part of the reserve and the luxuries of Garonga safari camp. Tucked into the edge of a steep cliff, overlooking a tributary stream, Garonga is different again to what you have so far experienced. Fusing the familiar sight of the termite mound with the light, airy feel of an old, colonial expedition, Garonga spoils you for tranquil relaxation. Owned and run by Bernardo Smith, the camp is particularly personal in its approach and your every desire can be catered for here.

The long ride this morning will have seen you cantering through the grassy plains and tracking over the hills and valleys that rise between the camps. Long hours in the saddle, over numerous days, mean that you will definitely have earned the right to spoil yourself with an aromatherapy treatment this afternoon. Or perhaps a long siesta and a strong sundowner is more to your taste! There is even a “bush bath” set in the veldt, in which you can wash away the smell of leather, up to your ears in bubbles, whilst listening to the sounds around you. Whatever helps you more, you are free to choose how you spend this afternoon before rejoining the party for another excellent meal.

Dinners are served as a group, where all guests of the lodge eat together, or individually, as a party in the torch lit boma.

Day Seven

After all that pampering yesterday afternoon, you will be fit again for another full day ride. Today head out towards Garonga’s tree house. The route takes you over one of the highest points in the reserve: the view from this point is truly bird’s-eye and can only emphasize the sheer grandeur of the immense space around you. Literally coming off the top of the world, you are once more embraced by the bush as you venture deeper and deeper into the world you have just surveyed. Coming across a dam you watch some hippos cavorting in the water before casually looking up: waiting for you, half way up a Marula tree, is Bernie and the rest of the team. A true, old style picnic has been laid out for you on the deck, so you can continue watching life on the water from your eagle-eyed vantage point.

The horses wait patiently below, snacking on their own, natural picnic from the veldt, until you choose to head off, in pursuit once more of Africa’s finest.

Day Eight

Whatever game has thrilled you the most so far can be tracked again this morning as you ride out with the sun on our backs to warm you. Perhaps the elephants are snoozing in the river reeds, or a rhino is having a mud bath in one of the little waterholes.

Ride to camp where you have ample time to gather your thoughts before embarking on the afternoon’s activity. Again, this is your choice – perhaps a bird walk appeals, another game drive to search for something not yet encountered or another relaxed afternoon by the pool.

Day Nine

Today promises to be another full day in the saddle as you make your way across the reserve for the return to Wait A Little.

At home, the Wait A Little team eagerly awaits your exciting tales, which are the perfect accompaniment to one last, sad farewell sundowner on Wait A Little’s open plain. The African fever is sure to have taken hold and the goodbye can be hard. But it mustn’t be pre-empted, for there is one last sumptuous dinner to be enjoyed, when Gerti chooses something special – perhaps game fillets, such as kudu or eland – to crown the final evening.

Day Ten

An early wake up will get you on the horses quickly, so you can enjoy a short, sporty ride before the transfer service takes you to the airport.

 

Overnatting på Wait a Little campen er i romslige og luksuriøse med dobbelseng i safaritelt bygget på plattformer på bredden av Makhutswe River og bortgjem for privatlivet. Det er mulig å ha to enkeltsenger i stedet for en dobbeltseng per telt. Teltene er innredet i gammel safari stil og er utstyrt med en varm og kald dusj utenfor. Det er også en egen rondavel i hagen.

Wait a Little campen har også en bar, et svømmebasseng og hovedområdet er utstyrt med et bibliotek med bøker om det lokale dyrelivet. Det er mulighet for å få vasket klær på campen.

På Big Five safari, bor gjestene på en villmarksleir kalt Beacon Rock og på XiDulu Camp, som er en luksuriøs lodge nær Makalali Game Reserve. Beacon Rock er en camp hvor du sover ute og ligger på en fjellformasjon på det høyeste punktet i området, med en praktfull utsikt over Lowveld skrenten. Du sover på madrasser under stjernene på toppen av fjellet eller i le, med et stort leirbål, hvor du nyte nattens lyder.

XiDulu Campen er fantastisk. Den store dammen foran leiren har flodhester og leiren er omgitt av en stor åpen slette hvor giraff, gnu, sebra, kudu, vortesvin og en stor flokk med eland ofte kan ses. Pluss av og til en og annen badende elefant!

XiDulu har 5 rom, 3 hytter med king size-senger, og en bryllupssuite som er litt større og har egen peis. Alle rommene har varmt inne og utedusj, badekar, toalett, air-condition og egen veranda. Det er noen mindre rom på hovedområdet, med queen size-seng, innvendig og utvendig dusj, servant, toalett og air-condition. Hovedområdet har to spiseområder, et utendørs spiseområde, en bar, en grill og «infinity» basseng med innebygd jacuzzi på kanten av dammen.

 

Datoer 2017:

Bestemte datoer og private grupper. Vanligvis er ankomstdagen lørdager.

Det er mulig for første personen som bestiller å velge hvilket program som de ønsker å følge. Vennligst ta kontakt for flere detaljer.

Big Five Safari: 4 – 11 feb (FULL); 19 – 26 feb; 4 – 11 mar (FULL); 11 – 18 mar; 25 mar – 1 apr; 1- 8 apr; 8 – 15 apr; 13 – 20 mai; 3 – 10 jun; 10 – 17 jun (FULL); 17 – 24 jun (FULL); 8 – 15 jul; 22 – 29 jul; 12 – 19 aug; 19 – 26 aug; 26 aug – 2 sep; 16 – 23 sep; 23 – 30 sep; 30 sep – 7 okt; 7 – 14 okt; 14 – 21 okt; 21 – 28 okt; 28 okt – 4 nov; 4 – 11 nov; 25 nov – 2 des; 2 – 9 des; 9 – 16 des; 16 – 23 des; 30 des – 6 jan; 2018: 6 – 13 jan

Big Five safari – kort variant: 24 – 29 jun

Camp Safari: 16 – 19 feb (FULL); 18 – 25 mar; 29 apr – 6 mai; 1 – 8 jul; 16 – 21 jul (FULL);2 – 7 sep

Garonga safari: 20 – 29 apr; 25 mai – 3 jun; 3 – 12 aug

Priser 2017:  Prisen kan variere med valutakurs

WAIT A LITTLE

 BIG FIVE SAFARI  GARONGA SAFARI  CAMP SAFARI  FIT FOR SAFARI
7 netter  9  netter 5 netter 7 netter
30 800,- 41 500,- 20 900,- 26 300,-

20% rabatt for barn mellom 12 og 16 år.

INKLUDERT: Overnatting, fullpensjon, det meste av drikke (utenom spesialviner, champagne og brennevin, ridning, en game dirve bil safari, inngangspenger til reservatet, WIFI på hovedcampen.

ENKELTROMSTILLEGG: Det er et rom uten enkeltromstillegg tilgjengelig på Wait a Little og XiDulu campen som er førstemann til mølla for å få. Når dette rommet er bestilt er det nødvendig å betale enkeltromstillegg på 50% av safariprisen hvis du ønsker å være garantert enkeltrom/telt. Det er ikke noe enkeltromstillegg hvis du er villig til å dele.

BETALES LOKALT: Aromaterapi på Wait a Little, evt tips

NÆRMESTE FLYPLASS: Hoedspruit eller Phalaborwa

TRANSPORT: Delt transport fra Hoedspruit koster ca 450,- per person hver vei . Transport fra Phalaborwa koster ca 550,- per person hver vei (minimum 2 personer). Det er også mulig med transport direkte fra Johannesburg (ca 5 timer) for ca 3 800,- per bil per vei.

IKKE INKLUDERT: Internasjonalt fly

Våre ferier koster ikke mere enn om du skulle bestilt direkte. Dette er i vår pris garanti: Skulle du mot formodning finne en lavere pris for den samme rideferien fra et annet reiseselskap vil vi matche denne prisen.

Beliggenhet:

Big Five safari i Lowveld nær Krugerparken. Nærmeste flyplasser er Hoedspruit og Phalaborwa.

Kart

Klima:

Klimaet er omvendt av Norge. I det nordlige Sør Afrika er behagelig året rundt. Vinteren (mai til september) er mild med en dag temperatur opp mot ca 20 grader. Nettene er kjølige og temperaturen kan snike seg helt ned mot 0 grader. Sommeren (oktober til april) er varm med dagtemperaturer opp mot 30 grader. Ettermiddagene er behagelige. Sommerperioden er også regnsesong og det kan komme plutselige «stormer» med regn som går fort over.

Årlig regnfall & temperatur:

Climate

 

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Omtaler

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