Mozambique-Kruger escape

The best kind of holiday you could ever wish for is a bush and beach break, a Mozambique-Kruger escape. For the best family safari-coast getaway of the year, book your annual holiday in both Mozambique and Kruger and allow a travel consultant to take the stress out of the planning.

We can help you to plan your holiday from South Africa to Mozambique and back again. Visitors on a bush-beach  break usually start from Johannesburg to get to the northern gates of the famous Kruger National Park. You can self-drive or book a transfer  from the city of gold.

It is best to find an organised tour which you need to book in advance. Your safari guide will ensure that you see the big five, stay in five star accommodation and continue your journey in Mozambique. We can ensure that everything goes smoothly if you contact us today.

Kruger-Mozambique vacation

The great Kruger-Mozambique vacation starts when you have entered the huge game reserve at one of the two border gates, Pafuri and Giriyondo, which are both found in the Nxanatseni (northern) region of the park. You need to now book accommodation within Kruger to avoid being part of the crush en route to Mozambique. If you don’t want to stay in the Park, you need to use alternative routes to get to Mozambique, which is why an organised tour is best for you.

These trips are usually unpredictable and adventurous. Your guide will take you to see the best of the wildlife in Kruger and this could mean departing from the schedule for a while. You are going off the beaten track!

Next day, you will jump on board your tour vehicle and be driven towards the Crocodile Bridge Gate and then cross the border into Maputo. Remember your passport!

Meet similar people, eat great South African food then head to Maputo for a city break and a swim in the Indian Ocean. It is worth stopping over at Inhambane to experience a dhow safari, a booze cruise and fun in the sun. In Maputo, sail to Inhaca Island for the day where you can learn about the incredible conserved biodiversity of the region or take part in a walking tour to ancient forts and museums then dine on freshly grilled prawns that night.

Africa is a vibrant continent and seeing some of South Africa’s rich wildlife then some of Mozambique is the ideal way to holiday.