From wild savannas to fine dining with award-winning wines from the Cape Winelands, the South African regions of Kruger and Sabi Sands provide unforgettable experiences. One of the largest animal reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park gets you close to the action with world renowned safaris. Sharing Kruger’s border, Sabi Sands is a famous private game reserve famed for its luxury lodges and frequent spotting of elusive animals like leopards. Self-drive to Hazyview and explore a small farming town with delightful walking trails, spectacular views and the Shangana Cultural Village. Walk the Mpumulanga Escarpment and the Blyde River Canyon for endless views of the country. Drive to the museum town of Pilgrim's Rest, a national monument, and explore the history of the Transvaal gold rush. Discover Zulu culture and history and immerse yourself in local traditions. For an exclusive, luxury safari, stay at the Thornybush Private Nature Reserve. Elegant suites with heated swimming pools are coupled with tremendous views of South Africa. A short drive from Kruger National Park itself, the resort offers an insight to untouched part of Africa where large numbers of wild animals roam. Enjoy sunrises in the pool and dinners under a starlit sky, all in a reserve which is luxury in every sense.