Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre
This morning after breakfast you will visit the famous Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, home to abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife. Join a public tour of the centre, since they do not conduct private tours, and have the opportunity to learn about this highly regarded contributor to wildlife education.
The centre returns rehabilitated birds and animals to the wild, whenever possible. Animals which cannot be released are used as part of the educational talks given to visitors. Dedicated to preservation of wildlife, the staff are incredibly knowledgeable about the animals they care for.
There are also a number of successful breeding programs, of which the most successful is the Serval Breeding Project. More than 160 servals have now been bred and used to repopulate areas where they had previously been extinct. Please note that physical interaction with the animals is not always guaranteed.
Drive from Hoedspruit to Satara Rest Camp
After the morning at the centre you will head towards the Kruger Park. Lunch will be served by your guide at a roadside picnic spot. Leave Hoedspruit and head into the nearby Kruger National Park. Spend two hours driving deep into the park, with the opportunity to spot wildlife en route. Finish at the Satara Rest Camp.
Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa, and one of the oldest, most diverse parks in Africa. Stretching 350 kilometres from north to south, the park is home to the largest array of wildlife in Africa, including the 'Big Five' - lions, leopards, black rhinos, Cape buffalo and elephants.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
You will be staying at Satara Rest Camp, full board