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KwaZulu-Natal Midlands & Mountains Birding Tour, South Africa - 4 Days

KwaZulu-Natal Midlands & Mountains Birding Tour, South Africa
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Birding & Wildlife Tour in KwaZulu-Natal

This 4-day KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife & Birdwatching Tour focussed on exploring several magnificent and picturesque hilly and mountainous regions of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Each destination we visit en-route offers unique habitats, extraordinary scenery and breath-taking beauty.

We explore pristine grasslands in the midlands region, a highly-rated Ramsar wetland, the famed Maloti-Drakensberg Park mountain range, the Sani Pass up into Lesotho, and the serene wetlands and moist forests of the Karkloof and Krantzkloof.

Habitats include wetland, grassland, mountains and cliffs, rocky slopes, and indigenous moist forests, which host numerous regional endemics, threatened and endangered bird and mammal species, as well as great floral diversity. The route caters to a bird list in excess of 220 species, with an average list of 130 species recorded on a typical visit.

This Birding and Wildlife tour into KwaZulu-Natal commences and ends at Umhlanga or King Shaka International Airport. We visit a multitude of areas, beginning with a stop at the Thurlow peninsula of Midmar Dam, before we press on to the indigenous forests of the Creighton area, before our first night's stop in the remote and peaceful Ntsikeni Vlei Nature Reserve, at the foothills of the Drakensberg mountain.

Day 2 sees us push on to even higher altitudes as we enjoy birding en-route to Underberg and Himeville. This afternoon we undertake the exciting guided Sani Pass 4x4 tour into the mountain kingdom of Lesotho in search of several alpine species, before returning to our mountain cottage overnight.

On Day 3 we head to Marutswa Forest first, before proceeding to Tillietudlem Private Nature Reserve in search of certain treasures. After lunch, we push on to bird the magnificent wetlands, moist grasslands and moist forests of the Karkloof region, where we overnight.

Our final morning has us heading into the extraordinary private botanical gardens of Benvie, before we proceed to the impressive Howick Falls. Our final stretch leads us into the mistbelt scarp forests of Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, and then we head back to Umhlanga or King Shaka International Airport.

On the accommodation front we typically use the affordable and comfortable private guesthouses and community lodges, but should you prefer, at an added cost, more luxury lodging options, these can also be arranged.

The tempo of our KwaZulu-Natal Birding tour is typically medium-paced, with optional mid-day breaks (advisable on hot days), and some walking. In several areas the opportunity exists for slightly more strenuous hiking, should you which to view the species that frequent the higher slopes. If you are keen on photography, well so are we, and we can offer many opportunities to capture the moments that will make you the envy of your wildlife-watching friends.

Expected weather conditions: Subtropical and mostly hot during the day in the summer, and cooler in the evenings, with a chance of mist. Rain is possible, usually in the form of summer convection thunderstorms, and cool wet weather is possible in the event of a cold front moving up from the south. On a climate level, the region falls in the summer rainfall region, with an average rainfall of between 900mm and 1,100mm per year. Temperatures range from -8˚C in winter, to an average maximum of 18˚C and an average minimum of 10˚C. The driest month is July, the most rainfall falls in January, and the warmest is February..

Add-ons: this tour can be combined with extensions to the Zululand and Maputaland region of KwaZulu-Natal, as well as Wakkerstroom and the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga.

Top 5 Highlights include:

  • Undertake a mountain-climbing guided 4x4 tour up the famed Sani Pass into Lesotho.
  • Explore the breath-taking and dramatic Maloti-Drakensberg Park, a World Heritage Site.
  • Discover several of Southern Africa's unique endemic bird species.
  • Experience the great solitude and wilderness of a 700 hectare Ramsar wetland at Ntsikeni.
  • Savour the beauty and interest of the extraordinary Benvie Gardens.
Alternative Tour Name: KwaZulu-Natal Midlands & Berg (More bird focused)
Day 1
Day 1 - Midlands & Ntsikeni – 250km

Our tour both commences and ends at Umhlanga or King Shaka International Airport. We visit a multitude of areas, beginning with a stop at the Thurlow peninsula of Midmar Dam, before we press on to the indigenous forests of the Creighton area, before our first night's stop in the remote and peaceful Ntsikeni Vlei Nature Reserve, at the foothills of the Drakensberg mountain.

Habitat types: Wetland, Moist Grassland, Afrotemperate Forest and Rocky Hillslopes

Route:

Depart Umhlanga

Midmar Dam – Thurlow Peninsula

Creighton

Ntsikeni Vlei – 1-night accommodation.

Target birds:

Cape Parrot, Blue Swallow, Striped Crake, Verreaux’s Eagle, Black Harrier, Montagu’s Harrier, African Marsh-Harrier, Bearded Vulture, Cape Vulture, Ground Woodpecker, Gurney’s Sugarbird, Denham’s Bustard, Malachite Sunbird, Buff-streaked Chat, Drakensberg Rock-jumper, Southern Ground-Hornbill, Mountain Pipit, African Rail, Rudd’s Lark, Short-tailed Pipit, Plain-backed Pipit, Yellow-breasted Pipit, Nicholson’s Pipit, African Snipe, African Quailfinch, Common Quail, Cape Grassbird, Greater Double-collared Sunbird, Drakensberg Prinia, Grey-winged Francolin, Red-winged Francolin, Red-throated Wryneck, Bokmakierie, Barratt’s Warbler, Eastern Long-billed Lark, Wing-snapping Cisticola, Wailing Cisticola, Cloud Cisticola, Pale-crowned Cisticola, Black Cuckoo, Red-capped Lark, Fan-tailed Grassbird, Orange-breasted Waxbill, Dark-capped Yellow Warbler.

Target mammals:

Black Wildebeest, Blesbok, Grey Rhebok, Serval, Mountain Reedbuck, Southern Reedbuck, Oribi, Cape Porcupine, Serval, Black-backed Jackal, Chacma Baboon, Rock Hyrax, Aardvark, and some smaller species.

Day 2
Day 2 - Drakensberg & Sani Pass – 165km

Day 2 sees us push on to even higher altitudes as we enjoy birding en-route to Underberg and Himeville. This afternoon we undertake the exciting guided Sani Pass 4x4 tour into the mountain kingdom of Lesotho in search of several alpine species, before returning to our mountain cottage overnight.

Habitat types: Afromontane Grassland, Afrotemperate Forest, Cliff-faces and Dams

Route:

Depart Umhlanga

Underberg

Himeville

Sani Pass – 1-night accommodation. Includes 4x4 drive up pass. Passport required.

Target birds:

Drakensberg Rock-jumper, Ground Woodpecker, Gurney’s Sugarbird, Bearded Vulture, Cape Vulture, Verreaux’s Eagle, Wattled Crane, Grey Crowned Crane, Secretarybird, Cape Eagle-Owl, Southern Bald Ibis, Cape Grassbird, Malachite Sunbird, Greater Double-collared Sunbird, Drakensberg Prinia, Drakensberg Siskin, Mountain Pipit, Mountain Wheatear, Layard’s Warbler, Sickle-winged Chat, Red-winged Francolin, Buff-spotted Flufftail, Bokmakierie, Barratt’s Warbler, Dark-capped Yellow Warbler, Wing-snapping Cisticola, Wailing Cisticola, Cloud Cisticola, Pale-crowned Cisticola, Short-tailed Pipit, Striped Pipit, Plain-backed Pipit, Yellow-breasted Pipit, Nicholson’s Pipit, African Quailfinch, Denham’s Bustard, Red-throated Wryneck, Half-collared Kingfisher, Eastern Long-billed Lark, Buff-streaked Chat, Chorister Robin-Chat, Common Quail, Sentinel Rock-Thrush, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, Rufous-breasted Sparrowhawk, Cape Longclaw.

Target mammals:

Sloggett’s Ice Rat, Eland, Black Wildebeest, Grey Rhebok, Mountain Reedbuck, Cape Porcupine, Serval, Black-backed Jackal, Cape Clawless Otter, Chacma Baboon, Rock Hyrax, and good chances for uncommon smaller species.

Day 3
Day 3 - Midlands & Karkloof – 178km

On Day 3 we head to Marutswa Forest first, before proceeding to Tillietudlem Private Nature Reserve in search of certain treasures. After lunch, we push on to bird the magnificent wetlands, moist grasslands and moist forests of the Karkloof region, where we overnight.

Habitat types: Moist Grassland, Mistbelt Wetland, Afrotemperate Forest and Botanical Garden.

Route:

Depart Sani Pass

Marutswa Forest

Tillietudlem

Karkloof – 1-night accommodation.

Target birds:

Blue Swallow, Eastern Bronze-naped Pigeon, Orange Ground Thrush, Spotted Ground Thrush, Forrest Buzzard, Denham’s Bustard, White-bellied Bustard, Shelley’s Francolin, Rufous-breasted Sparrowhawk, Wattled Crane, Blue Crane, Grey-crowned Crane, Grey Cuckooshrike, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, Chorister Robin-Chat, African Emerald Cuckoo, Mountain Wagtail, Olive Thrush, Olive Bush-Shrike, Goliath Heron, Baillon's Crake, Black Crake, Greater Painted-snipe, Lesser Moorhen, Cape Teal, Cape Shoveler, African Snipe, Little Bittern, and African Marsh-Harrier.

Target mammals:

Bushpig, Cape Porcupine, Serval, Common Duiker.

Day 4
Day 4 - Krantzkloof & Durban – 167km

Our final morning has us heading into the extraordinary private botanical gardens of Benvie, before we proceed to the impressive Howick Falls. Our final stretch leads us into the mistbelt scarp forests of Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, and then we head back to Umhlanga or King Shaka International Airport.

Habitat types: Moist Grassland and Scarp Forest

Route:

Depart Karkloof

Benvie Gardens

Howick Falls

Krantzkloof Gorge

Durban

No accommodation required.

Target birds:

Orange Ground Thrush, Spotted Ground Thrush, Forrest Buzzard, Denham’s Bustard, White-bellied Bustard, Shelley’s Francolin, Striped Pipit, Rufous-breasted Sparrowhawk, Crowned Eagle, Grey Cuckooshrike, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, African Emerald Cuckoo, Olive Bush-Shrike, Buff-spotted Flufftail, Mountain Wagtail.

Target mammals:

Caracal, Rock Hyrax, Vervet Monkey.

Some of the target wildlife expected to see on this trip are:

Top birds: Eurasian Bittern (possible), Blue Swallow, Cape Parrot, Striped Flufftail, Drakensberg Rock-jumper, Black Harrier, Baillon’s Crake, African Crake, Red-chested Flufftail, African Rail, Bearded Vulture, Cape Vulture, Verreaux’s Eagle, Montagu’s Harrier, Wattled Crane, Blue Crane, Grey Crowned Crane, Secretarybird, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Cape Eagle-Owl, African Grass Owl, Marsh Owl, Gurney’s Sugarbird, Malachite Sunbird, Greater Double-collared Sunbird, Drakensberg Prinia, Drakensberg Siskin, Mountain Pipit, Mountain Wheatear, Layard’s Warbler, Sickle-winged Chat, Red-winged Francolin, Shelley’s Francolin, Bokmakierie, Rudd’s Lark, Red-capped Lark, Fan-tailed Grassbird, Barratt’s Warbler, Dark-capped Yellow Warbler, Wing-snapping Cisticola, Wailing Cisticola, Cloud Cisticola, Pale-crowned Cisticola, Short-tailed Pipit, Striped Pipit, Plain-backed Pipit, Yellow-breasted Pipit, Nicholson’s Pipit, African Quailfinch, Denham’s Bustard, White-bellied Korhaan, Ground Woodpecker, Red-throated Wryneck, Half-collared Kingfisher, Eastern Long-billed Lark, Buff-streaked Chat, Chorister Robin-Chat, Bush Blackcap, Common Quail, Southern Bald Ibis, Buff-spotted Flufftail, Sentinel Rock-Thrush, Forest Buzzard, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, Orange Ground Thrush Spotted Ground Thrush, Rufous-breasted Sparrowhawk, Greater Painted-snipe, African Snipe, Orange-breasted Waxbill, Cape Longclaw, South African Cliff Swallow, Southern Ground-Hornbill.

Mammal viewing: Sloggett’s Ice Rat, Eland, Black Wildebeest, Grey Rhebok, Mountain Reedbuck, Oribi, Cape Porcupine, Serval, Black-backed Jackal, Cape Clawless Otter, Chacma Baboon, Rock Hyrax, Aardvark, Blesbok, Common Duiker, and good chances for uncommon smaller species

What is included?

  • All accommodation or lodgings (may change subject to availability, in which case similar will be found) based on double occupancy
  • Single occupancy available for an additional charge/cost
  • All breakfasts, lunches, dinners, tea and coffee
  • Ground transport – max 7 participants and 1 guide per minibus vehicle
  • Total driving distance (including around sites) = 760km
  • Bottled water in vehicles whilst travelling – 2 per person per day
  • Entrance fees to all National Parks, Nature Reserves and/or use of Hides where applicable
  • Conservation levies
  • Personalized checklists
  • Specialist guide fees – 1 morning on Sani Pass private tour
  • All activities as specified within the tour itinerary
  • Personalised checklists
  • All Applicable Taxes

What is not included?

  • All airfares
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Airport departure taxes or visa fees
  • Travel and medical insurance (incl. personal equipment and repatriation)
  • All drinks, except waters
  • Optional excursions where applicable
  • Items of personal nature
  • Laundry and telephone charges
  • Optional trip/tour/safari extensions where applicable
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Anything else not mentioned in “What is included”

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Why should I book with Sustain Wildlife and Birding Safaris?

Sustain Safaris offers wildlife and birding expeditions for small groups throughout Southern Africa. Our explorations offer visceral experiences. Being out in the wilds will allow you to see when you look, hear when you listen and feel when you think. Join us on a journey of discovery, of both Nature’s treasure-chest and yourself. ​

What to bring?

Please keep luggage to a minimum for your own comfort and ease of transport, especially if we are using light aircraft transfers or vehicle transfers to remote birding camps. Generally you will need to restrict your luggage to 12kg (packed in a soft bag / small suitcase), plus a reasonable amount of camera / birding equipment per person. Please try to limit hand luggage to one item per person. Excess luggage can be stored at most lodges and hotels. Binoculars are essential, camera (preferably with a zoom lens) and accessories. A spotting scope is also a good idea. Sandals and good comfortable walking shoes (full hiking boots are not necessary unless you have requested hiking / trekking activities or have been advised otherwise by us) if you plan on doing a game/bush walk while on safari.​Cool comfortable clothing for the summer months. Khaki, green, brown, blue, beige or other dull coloured casual clothes are recommended for birding tours when birding on foot. Long-sleeved shirts and trousers will help protect you against the sun and insect bites. A warm jacket for night drives and, if visiting in summer, make sure it's water-proof. At least 1 jacket or fleece regardless of the time of year. Anti-malaria prophylactics (consult your medical practitioner or local health centre). The region is considered low risk to malaria-free. Wide brimmed hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Swimwear. Insect repellent. Small head torch / torch / flashlight. Personal toiletries, sunscreen, insect repellent (also available at shops on tour), and basic medicines such as anti-diarrhoea tablets. Prescription medications (if any). Visa or MasterCard credit card and/or travelers cheques - American Express and Diners Club are sometimes not accepted.

Which Field Guides and Birding Apps?

asol Illustrated Birds Of Southern Africa. Sinclair, I., Hockey, P.A.R. & Tarboton, W.R. 2002, 3rd Edition, Struik Publishers, Cape Town. This is the recommended field guide for identification purposes. This book is excellent and is recommended for intermediate to advanced birders. Robert’s Bird Guide To Southern Africa. Chittenden, H. 2007, John Voelcker Bird Book Fund.​This comprehensive field guide covers over 950 Southern African bird species and is linked to the legendary Robert’s Birds of Southern Africa, the definitive reference book on our birds since 1940, currently in VII edition. Birding Apps: 3 good quality apps exist for smartphones and tablets exists in Southern Africa. These include Roberts Bird Guide (second edition); SASOL Birds of Southern Africa; or BirdPro South Africa.

Precautions to Take

COVID-19: Read our Action Plan above to understand the precautions we are taking to ensure your safety and wellbeing while on tour. Please also take the necessary precautions to ensure our guides are protected in turn by maintaining good personal hygiene by washing your hands regularly, wearing a face mask, and maintaining social distancing of 1.5 metres.​ MEDICAL: Southern Africa has minimal health-risks for the traveller. For more information on vaccinations consult your medical practitioner or health centre or contact The Medical Advisory Services for Travellers Abroad (MASTA). Their web address is www.masta-travel-health.com​ THE SUN: One must be careful not to underestimate the effects of the African sun. Plenty of sun cream (preferably factor 50), a good sun hat and gradual adjustment are recommended. Avoid excessive exposure between 10h00 and 16h00. MALARIA: Some regions of South Africa fall under intermediate to low risk malarial areas. The north-east, including the Kruger National Park is considered intermediate risk, with anti-malarial drugs recommended from October to May. The far northern KwaZulu-Natal Province is now considered low risk, with only non-drug preventative measures required. The highest risk period is the summer season (October to May) and the lower risk period is late winter (June to September). The Drakensberg, Highveld (interior plateau), southern Zululand and KZN Midlands are free of malaria all year round. The following websites offer excellent information and advice on malaria prophylaxis, malaria in general and required inoculations: www.travelclinic.co.za www.malaria.org.za We recommend bringing insect repellent. Long-sleeved shirts and long pants, socks and shoes when outdoors at night. Take the malaria tablets recommended for the region you are travelling to, and keep taking them until the course is complete. If you suffer from side effects, try taking your pills at night, after dinner as this usually minimizes the effect of the symptoms. If you come down with flu-like symptoms within four to six weeks after your visit, seek your doctor's advice immediately.​ INNOCULATIONS: Travelers entering South Africa and other countries within Africa may be required to have specific inoculations. For all advice on inoculations, please contact your relevant travel medical doctor in your own country.

What Not to be Concerned About?

Malaria is not present in the region we tour. The camps and lodges are well lit, but a torch/flashlight will be handy when returning to your bungalow from our dining area or a night drive. Should you require certain snacks, beverages or toiletries, we will have opportunities to stop at grocery stores along the route.

Tour Guides/Leaders

Our guides are all registered and qualified as Tourist/Field Guides and have a good knowledge of the areas we operate in. Our guides are very familiar with the routes traveled while on safari. Please accept that they are well experienced in their field and will know which routes are best to travel and where the best areas are for seeing various animals and bird species. Although our guides have are very knowledgeable, they are only human and do not always know the answers to everything. They will always do their best to ensure all guests have an enjoyable safari. On the occasion they cannot provide an answer, please be fair to them. The guides are also not personal servants, so please treat them with respect. Guides know best when dangerous encounters occur. Please adhere to their rules and guidance for your own safety.

Tipping/Gratuities

Tipping in South Africa is not compulsory, but is customary. Restaurants waiters are generally tipped 10% of the bill. Our guides and chauffeurs receive a salary and are not dependent on tips from guests, but please feel free to tip your guide / chauffeur if you have had an enjoyable experience while on safari and feel like he/she has made your safari memorable. As a guideline we recommend guides/chauffeurs are tipped around US$3 per person per day. You should never feel pressured to tip. Please email us if you have any comments or suggestions you would like to make. We are always keen to improve.

What to Expect?

Groups are generally averaged at 3-7 individuals per safari. We travel in 8-seater mini-bus vehicles (e.g. Hyundai H1 or VW Quantum), with a maximum of 7 guests. Should 3 or less guests book, we will travel in a 5-seater vehicle (e.g. Toyota Fortuner), with a maximum of 3 guests. It is important to remember that people may come from different cultural and religious backgrounds and for this reason guests need to be as flexible as possible while on safari. Making friends with your fellow travelers will certainly help your overall experience of your safari. The first and last day of your safari can in particular be long, as you will need to get to and from the particular park. While in the parks extensive game drives are conducted, particularly in the early mornings and late afternoons/early evenings. Depending on the group dynamics and everyone agreeing, there may be the option of doing game drives throughout the day. Your guide will however be able to give you the best advice on the day and will make the final decision. Breakfasts and dinners are prepared out in the open. We feel that this is a much better way of experiencing the African bush than sitting in a restaurant. Please note that there may be times when guides will take you to a restaurant. This may be because of unforeseen circumstances such as rainy weather or late arrivals at camp. For your own safety we prefer that guides do not drive into the night, and therefore ask your co-operation to ensure that time is not wasted unnecessarily. South African roads are generally in a good condition and there should be no / very few delays. Please note that animals do not have a preference for one or the other. Your guide will drive you where he/she feels that you will have most success at seeing a variety of animals. While in the private reserves, open 4x4 vehicles are used as this may be necessary for some of the roads in the area.

Participation and Meals

Our guests are not expected to participate with general chores, but guides work long hours and will appreciate any help offered. Guides or camp staff will prepare all breakfasts and dinners, and guests are never expected to do this. On our standard safaris, we generally have a full time chef on-site who will take care of culinary matters. On our budget safaris guests will need to assist with meals. Should you have any specific dietary requirements, please inform us upon making your reservation.

Communication

An enjoyable tour depends on open and honest communication between yourself, the guides and your fellow passengers. Many problems have their root in lack of communication. Most parks have good cell phone coverage and you should not have any difficulty making phone calls from the camps where you will be staying. Please refrain from using cell phones while out on game drives in consideration of fellow passengers and the wildlife. In an emergency please feel free to contact our office directly.

Accommodation

Note that some safaris are only available as fully-inclusive safaris. Facilities vary from park to park, and sometimes from camp to camp, and the information below should be seen as a guideline only. Camp specific information is available on request. Classic Safaris make use of en-suite accommodation units (either brick-and-mortar, steel and glass, luxury canvas tent, or timber cabins, or a combination thereof). These are all comfortable, and will provide air-conditioning, twin or queen beds, bathrooms, towels and soap at the very least. Most units contain tea and coffee stations, and small fridges where drinks and snacks can be kept cool. Families may be booked into family units, which generally consist of separate bedrooms, a small lounge area, and sometimes a small kitchen. Please note that the booking of such accommodation depends on availability. Budget Safaris may not have accommodation units (either brick-and-mortar, steel and glass, luxury canvas tent, or timber cabins, or a combination thereof) with en-suite facilities. These may not offer air-conditioning and fridges, but will generally include twin or queen beds, towels and soap, while ablutions may be shared. We have little to no control over the allocated accommodation upon checking into a camp. We will however always endeavor to accommodate guests' preferences and have all guests staying in the same standard of accommodation. Should there be anything within your accommodation which is not in working order then please notify your guide who will request that staff attend to the necessary repairs.

Photography

Please feel free to take as many photos as you like while on safari, unless advised differently by your guide for a certain reason pertaining to your safety. Guides will always try and position vehicles in a way which allows for guests to take the best photos under the circumstances. Please ask the guide to stop if you would like to take photos at any time. The guides will also stop at panoramic viewpoints along the route, to ensure you get the best scenic photos. Please stock up on memory chips (film) and spare camera batteries before departure, as these may be difficult to find en-route. 4GB memory cards or more are recommended, especially if you are interested in photography! Our guides will also be taking photos and sometimes videos on tour, and these can be emailed to you at the end of the tour for mementos and sharing. All lodges/camps have electrical points to charge batteries and other equipment.

Medical Advice

Please inform guides of any medical conditions before the safari departs, preferably when making your reservation. All necessary personal medication should be supplied by the client. Basic medication can be bought en-route in all areas as well as at some of the camps in parks. Please confirm with your guide should you need anything. Insect repellent is advised. This can also be purchased at some of the camps’ shops or in the towns en-route. The Kruger National Park and some of the northern KwaZulu-Natal parks are in a malaria region and your doctor should be consulted for the necessary prophylaxis before you visit.

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Price & Availability

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ZAR9,590 / per person
Based on twin/double room
Single Supplement ZAR 1990
Group Discount Available
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This tour is operated by: Sustain Wildlife and Birding Safaris

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Tour Facts

  • Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
  • On Request
  • Multi-Day Tour
  • Birds
  • 4 Days
  • 3 to 7px
  • October to March
  • +12 years
  • Moderate
  • No
  • English and Afrikaans
  • King Shaka International Airport
  • King Shaka International Airport