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English and Safari

Our English and Safari adventure pack offers students the opportunity to take their English-language skills out of the classroom and into the wild! You'll explore the pristine Kruger National Park and have the chance to spot the famous Big 5.

English and Safari in South Africa

Once you complete your English course, you will fly to Johannesburg where you will be collected and taken to your hotel accommodation. You will spend the night at the hotel, and get to meet the other students doing the safari. The following morning you will set off on your safari. On this 4 day tour you will spend some time in our custom designed adventure truck (excellent photo opportunities from a high vantage point) and the rest of the time in an open topped safari vehicle specifically designed for Kruger game viewing.

There will be early morning game walks, evening game drives and before returning back to Johannesburg, we will visit the Panorama Route and view Gods Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the Three Rondavels – all part of the World Heritage Blyde River Canyon. After the safari you will be taken back to your hotel, where you will spend the night, and enjoying a traditional “braai” with your fellow travellers.

What's included?

  • A 4 day / 3 nights safari in South Africa's beautiful Kruger National Park with max. 18 travelers
  • Close-up encounters with some of the "Big 5" – the African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, and White/Black rhinoceros
  • A qualified local guide team of 2 crew members to help you understand local environments, cultures and, most importantly, the animals
  • Meals and provisions (3 x Breakfast, 2 x Lunch and 2 x Dinner)
  • The chance to put your English-language skills into practice
  • Transportation from / to Johannesburg with airport pickup in Johannesburg
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Johannesburg (one before and one after safari)
  • Option to extend your trip in Johannesburg

Notes: All flights are excluded. The safari camping option is based on two people sharing a tent while the accommodation option is based on two people sharing a room. The safari starts Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. A minimum amount of students are needed to confirm a safari.

For more information about our English and Safari adventure pack, reach out to us today!