Guided 4x4 eco-trails: Travel from Phalaborwa to Pafuri through two provincial unfenced reserves from the Kruger National Park. Follow your guide through Mopani bush that becomes baobab country, travel rough tracks by day and camp wild in the bush at night.
Guided wilderness hikes: Hike in Big 5 territory, track game and learn about the complex eco-system that the animals live in. You can sleep in a rustic bush camp under jackalberry trees, or stay in the more comfortable surroundings of Mtomeni Tented Camp.
Paddle the Rio Elefantes: From the Shingwedzi to the Limpopo river confluences in Mozambique. In season, cast for tiger fish, and camp along the river on this guided and catered adventure.
Enjoy a private, low-cost game safari: With four camps along the western border of Kruger, in reserves that are unfenced from Kruger, African Ivory Route camps offer a simple and attractive game viewing experience with guided game drives and camps that only sleep 10 guests.
Experience the ancient cultures of Limpopo: Meet the family of the Modjadji Rain Queen, visit the holy forest and lake at Fundudzi and meet the traditional salt makers at Baleni when you visit the African Ivory Route’s heritage camps.
Explore the malaria-free western Limpopo: When you stay in the Masebe’s Nthubu camp, travel through the Makgabeng up to the African Ivory Route’s Blouberg camp.
Visit the tranquil camp at Machampane: Nestled on a quiet riverbed, the tented camp of Machampane in Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park is an ideal place to visit for a walking safari.
* Guided 4x4 eco-trails
* Hiking in the wilderness
* Fishing and river paddling
* Game safaris
* Experiencing ancient cultures