Nomad Adventures Flash Sale
Get a free night on us!
Book a seat on the South African Explorer adventure overland and get one night’s free accommodation
either before or after your tour, either at Belvedere Estate in Midrand (Johannesburg) or
at 40 on Burg in the heart of Cape Town.
Book between now and September 5th 2019, to travel on any all-inclusive South African Explorer
tour departing Jan-Apr 2020, north or south, camping or accommodated, to get your free night!
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Stay 2 or more nights at Imbali Safari Lodge between 01 Sep 18 and 20 Dec 18
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Rate starts at $575pppn inclusive of 5-star accommodation, all meals & local beverages, 2 x game drives daily. Further discount for stays of 5 nights or more.
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Hi Michelle, Thought I’d drop you a few lines to thank you for your support with Africa Tour … IT WAS AMAZING!!!! We loved loved loved it. Accommodation is what we expected 3 Star. It was clean and that is the main thing. We had 9 people on our tour which they told us was unusual as they are mainly booked out. We had two Americans in early thirties, Two from Germany in late 20’s, A guy from Austria, A lady from Paris in late 60’s and Italian friend from Belgium who was 78. Yes 78. He was terrific . A great sense of humour. All in all we got along terrifically.
We saw all the big five which was great!!! We zip-lined in Vic Falls; Okavango Delta and Chobe were awesome. We saw so much and the people were welcoming. Joh Burg was the only disappointment. Not very friendly but we didn’t care really. Food was basic but plenty which is what we expected.
I would recommend the tour to anyone. We can’t wait to go on another. Just a thought for any one else, we spent under $100 per day spending money which was enough.
Thanks again, Maureen (Geelong)
Sunway Game Tracker
Hi Treacey, I had a fantastic time and wish I was back there – all of the tours were good value I thought. Hired numerous cars in SA and was very easy to get around. Tanzania was easily the best for animals – overall saw something like 60 lions, cheetahs (including a kill), about half a dozen Leopards, some very close up experiences with elephants in a few of countries (one at night in Zimbabwe on my own which was unforgettable – I came down off a hide and a huge one wandered in while I was on the ground – was a 20metre stand-off for about 5 minutes – unforgettable). Had big storms roll in over the Serengeti out of season which was fantastic to see over the plains. Cape town rocked – it was a good place to finish up from the last tour.
Adrenalin sports – Sharkdiving, dune motorbikes, 200m+ bungees, whitewater, helicopters – I think I covered everything. Special mention to Jinja, Uganda – horse riding and fishing with some local lads for a few days was something I won’t forget. Rugby tests were great – Wallabies fell over at the end of theirs in Cape Town, but the All Black test in Joburg was a classic.
In terms of feedback – I camped the whole time and had no issues. It was definitely an ‘adventure ‘, so there were hiccups and things along the way as to be expected and forewarned. I enjoyed the whole time though and these things were never an inconvenience to me, and certainly out of the hands of the guides. There was a big difference in comfort expectations from accommodated vs camping folk as I’m sure you’d know. Sunway were great – all camping and probably the best of the tourist groups. Nomad were also great. The first 2 Nomad tours had the same guides and they were a lot of fun. The last Nomad tour had a cranky cook but my experience in hospitality tells me most chefs are a bit loony + his cooking was excellent so all forgiven!
And of course your service was A1 and I’ll keep pointing people in your direction. Take care. Dave