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Ultimate Kalahari Adventure (2022)

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

Tour Dates: 20 March 2022 – 1 April 2022
Tour Cost: R16 500 per person

Tour Details

This is a new itinerary added to the calendar in 2020 and in our opinion, one of the best of the year. Visiting the Kalahari in March is the best time of year for game viewing with all of the game gathered on the lush plains after the summer rains. This combination of the Central Kalahari and Mabuasehube Game Reserves promises to deliver the ultimate Kalahari experience. We recommend getting your bookings in early for this one.

Tour Highlights

  • Game viewing in Deception Valley
  • Predator encounters in Mabuasehube
  • Unfenced campsites
  • Unspoiled Kalahari wilderness

For more information on this adventure, please contact:

Simon Steadman084 447 4666

simon@ultimateadventures.tv

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

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