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Spend a night under the stars on a tree-top deck overlooking the wilderness
Go microlighting and spot game from the air
Relax and unwind at a little gem in Mauritius
Good game viewing year round, especially May to mid-October. South African summers (October to March) are hot and wet, were as winters (May to August) are cool and dry. Daytime temperatures in summer are high and may soar above 36°C/97°F. Winter is known to produce beautiful warm days, though the evenings and early mornings can be quite chilly.
Mauritius enjoys a typically tropical climate with year-round heat, although the southeast trade winds help it never to feel too muggy. The summer months are from December to April, when it can nevertheless be extremely humid, and the winter, such as it is, runs from May to November, and is cooler and drier.
The best months to visit Mauritius are May to early December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers.
Explore one of South Africa’s most beautiful game reserves before flying to the crystal-clear blue waters of beautiful Mauritius.
On arrival in Johannesburg check in for your private charter flight to the Greater Makalali Reserve. You will be met at the airstrip and taken to your lodge where you will spend the next three nights.
Daily guided game drives will allow you to explore the reserve at leisure and game viewing activities include game drives, guided walks and sleep-out excursions all with experienced rangers. There are also some fantastic birdwatching opportunities.
The camp is passionate about cuisine and offers gourmet meals in a variety of locations including candlelit dinners in the boma, bush picnics and private dining under the stars. There is also an excellent wine cellar specializing in quality South African wines. To completely switch off, the open-air Sala offers beauty treatments, aromatherapy, reflexology and reiki.
Fly by private charter back to Johannesburg and check in for your flight to Mauritius. You will be met on arrival by your driver and driven north to your boutique property located in Grand Baie .
With world class diving, golf and watersports it is a great spot for both couples and families. Visitors to Mauritius can enjoy the delicious cuisine, fantastic service and interesting mix of Indian and Creole cultures. Venture inland and you discover verdant tropical rainforests, epic waterfalls, botanical gardens and steep-rising lush mountains.
Relax and enjoy all that this beautiful island has to offer for the next six nights.
Today transfer to the international airport.
Located in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius provides warm, clear waters, making both snorkeling and scuba diving very popular. From family diving, to reef or wreck diving, it is possible to dive here at all levels of experience.
Embark on a peaceful sailing to Ile Aux Cerfs and revive your senses whilst taking in the glorious sun and appreciating the beautiful surroundings of the tropical forests.
Garonga is situated west of Kruger National Park, between Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa, in South Africa's Northern Province. 20 Degres Sud is located on the north coast of Mauritius.
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Makalali Reserve, Greater Kruger, South Africa
North Coast, Mauritius