Save up to 55% on a game drive for two people, with or without lunch/brunch with Kwalata

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In a Nutshell

  • Save up to 55% on a game drive for two people, with or without lunch/brunch
  • No charge for kids under the age of three
  • Beautiful surroundings
  • Perfect opportunity to spot local wildlife
  • Malaria-free area
  • Wide variety of wildlife and birdlife
  • Ideal as a gift

The Fine Print

  • Valid for 3 months
  • Booking essential and subject to availability: 012 711 8200 or sales@kwalata.co.za
  • One Groupon per person
  • Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
  • Picture displayed is just a representation
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

While some people may think that safaris and game drives are worth nothing more than some time out of the house and getting into the wild to study, learn the ways of and possibly infiltrate the nearest pack of lions, it’s about more than that. Of course, worming your way into the animal kingdom could be fun, but rather than risk dominance battles with an angry Mufasa-wannabe, admire things from a distance and save up to 55% on a game drive for two people, with or without lunch/brunch with Kwalata.

  • Pay R250 for a game drive for two people, valued at R500
  • Pay R450 for a game drive for two people, including lunch or brunch, valued at R1000

Sprawled over 1500 hectares of lush, natural vegetation and landscape, Kwalata provides a home to more than fourteen species of game and a four-kilometre stretch of Pienaarsriver that hosts an exorbitantly colourful array of birdlife. Under the watchful eyes of a trained, professional and knowledgeable guide, you can enjoy some time metaphorically frolicking through the Tamboti trees and playing eye-spy on the free-roaming wildlife.

With an abundance of Kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, impala, waterbuck, steenbok, ostrich and warthog making up just some of the animals cohabitating in Kwalata’s stretch of African paradise, there’s no shortage of excitement for your eyeballs to take in. Once your romp through the bushveld is over, head on back for a spot of nosh to calm the butterflies in your tummy – besides, all the excitement of metaphorically frolicking is bound to work up quite an appetite. 
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