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Booking a safari experience in South Africa will leave you wanting for more, not for the lack of, but the overwhelming beauty of panoramic views and the wealth of wildlife there is to see.

Although the Kruger National Park is the most well-known reserve in South Africa one can choose a variety of other parks in South Africa, with as much wildlife glamour you can experience.

N1 Tours PTY LTD endeavors to plan an unforgettable experience for your Safari need with likes like Lion Sands Game Reserve, Aquila Private Game Reserve and so forth. We don’t only arrange tours but arrange all the bookings and transfers.

Below are all the locations N1 Tours have access to create an unforgettable experience. Keep on coming back as the list is growing.

Lion Sands Game Reserve

Lion Sands is the only private game reserve rooted in both the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Kruger National Park • Lion Sands Kruger National Park is one of only seven private park concessions and protects 5 000ha (12 500ac) of pristine wilderness, as well as sites of cultural and historical significance.

Lion Sands is family owned and operated by the fourth-generation More Family – our grandfather was one of the founders of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve (Sabi Sand Wildtuin) established in 1948 and instilled a legacy of community and conservation.

Lion Sands, fed by the perennial Sabie River, conserves an extraordinary abundance of wildlife, and its four luxury riverside lodges – Ivory, River, Tinga,
and Narina is ideally located for spotting animals coming down to the water to drink.

All four lodges are within 12km (7mi) of Skukuza Airport. The reserve offers a unique programme of activities for guests to tailor-make their stay, including the iconic MORE Treehouse experiences (Chalkley Treehouse, Kingston Treehouse, and Tinyeleti Treehouse).

Situated in Madikwe Game Reserve – one of South Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuaries, covering 76 000ha (187 800ac), which is also malaria-free

  • Home to the Big Five, endangered African wild dog, and 60 other mammal species
  • Excellent bird watching, with over 350 resident species
  • Including diverse geology and flora habitats
  • Steeped in history, having seen the passage of Matabele King Mzilikazi, Scottish pioneer Dr. David Livingston, British engineer and artist Sir Cornwallis Harris, and renowned South African author Herman Charles Bosman
  • Exceptional field guides
  • Private accommodation, looking onto the game-filled plains and towards the Dwarsberg
  • A popular family destination
  • Part of the family owned and operated MORE collection of lodges and hotels