Freedom Africa, Specialists in Safari-Themed Holiday Adventures, Announce the Introduction of the Authentic Kruger Tented Safari Tour
LONDON, Oct. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Safari and Africa adventure holiday specialists Freedom Africa have added another invigorating outdoor pursuit package to their ever-expanding portfolio in the form of their new three-day Kruger Tented Safari bundle.
South Africa's Kruger National Park spans some 7,523 sq miles and with Freedom Africa's Kruger Tented Safari Tour costing just £421 per person, the organisation again prides itself upon offering fulfilling packages at competitive rates.
Aimed at travellers craving authentic African safari holidays with no mod cons attached, individuals who embark on the tour can expect a real camping experience whereby en-suites and electricity are unheard of functions amidst campfires, bush cuisine and the rustling of wildlife all around you.
The Kruger National Park contains the world-renowned Big Five game – African elephant, Black rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, lion and leopard. Kruger Tented Safari Tour provides access to sought-after game drive routes where you are more than likely to see these animals in purpose-built open 4X4 safari vehicles.
Travellers can draw strength from the fact that accommodation resides in a private camping site with experienced guides on hand to ensure excellent levels of safety and informational guidance at all times.
These guides alongside loyal camp assistants and a chef serving up authentic African bush tucker mean that travellers on our South Africa holidays are in good hands so all they have to do is relax and take in the fascinating scenery of Kruger during their stay.
With tented accommodation, breakfast / brunch and two dinners all included within the price, Freedom Africa have incorporated all of the elements that your perfect African safari adventure would entail.
Freedom Africa's handpicked camp site location is situated in a remote area of Kruger so travellers can be at one with nature and the rich birdlife that circle around the vicinity. Day one is all about an introduction to the game reserve itself and growing accustomed to your newfound camp surroundings.
From here on in, day two is where the tour takes shape and Big Five game dominate the itinerary as a morning safari drive truly invokes the senses. Allotted "bush breakfasts" and "siesta" time as organised by Freedom Africa ensure that the heat doesn't become a burden while on day three, a trip from camp back to Hazyview – where the adventure will begin – represents one last chance to spot those elusive species. For more information, please visit http://www.freedomafrica.co.uk.
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