Every day is an awesome fun-filled day for young and old at Hamilton Parks Lodge. Take a leisurely hike in the Bushveld with trails to suite all levels of fitness
Your guide picks you up at the lodge at approximately 05h30 and drops you back at the lodge at 16h00. We pack a breakfast pack the night before, for you to take along with you in the morning. Any other meals & refreshments will be for your own account, and the operator will stop at one of the camps for lunch. This is a wonderful way to spend your day and to see the “Big Five” and the “Small Five” animals in the park. It is also possible to make this excursion in your own vehicle.
The third largest canyon in the world. Also visit the Bourke’s Luck Potholes, God’s Window, The Pinnacle, numerous Waterfalls and The Three Rondavels. Or take a hike in the mountains and have pancakes for lunch in Graskop.
The Ultimate High!!!! This fixed-wing Microlight Flight is an awesome way to see the area from the air, flying over the dams or the Sabie River Valley. Anything from 10-minute flights to a 45-minute flights are available. Group bookings also welcome.
Come and experience the amazing natural forested valleys along the Sabie River. Glide over the treetops on a 1.2km Aerial Cable trail in nine sections, strung between elevated platforms above the forest floor. All trips are guided by professional trained guides. Children under the age of 10 years of age are assisted. Maximum weight of the adventurer is 120kg.
Induna Adventures is located in the Sabie River Valley, just outside Hazyview and between Sabie and the Kruger National Park. Induna Adventures offers a variety of adventure activities, team building packages and adventure sport training camps. The rolling hills, gorges, rivers and unspoiled indigenous forests create a “Natural Adventure Park” right on the Panorama Route and only 20 minutes from the Kruger National Park. Activities available for young and old to enjoy with family or with friends.
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1991. A businessman from Pretoria in South Africa, Mr Strijdom, owns the farm on which the Centre is situated, and he in turn asked Brian Jones to establish and run the rehabilitation centre for him. Brian already had a Crowned Eagle in his possession and his reputation for the work he did with wild animals had spread rapidly. Brian Jones has been helping and caring for injured and orphaned animals from the age of four and thus he brought a great deal of knowledge and experience to the establishment of this rehabilitation centre.
Located in Hoedspruit, South Africa, the HESC is dedicated to the survival of rare, vulnerable, and endangered species. In particular the HESC is focused on the survival of cheetahs in South Africa, and the rehabilitation of orphaned and injured animals. Cheetahs, wild dogs, black footed cats, lions, and sable antelopes are just some of the animals that call the centre their home.