Wildlife Options

There’s more to South African wildlife than the celebrated Big Five. From big to small, meat eater to ant eater, primate to reptile … our animals are wild, varied and abundant. Explore the animal world of southern Africa, because the more you know about the animals, the more interesting it gets to watch them.Click on a tour below for more information

Safari Camps

Botlierskop Private Game Reserve and Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, both close to Cape Town.

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Pilanesberg National Park

The Pilanesberg National Park is the fourth largest national park in South Africa and is set high in the Pilanesberg mountain range, neighbouring the Sun City complex.

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Hermanus whale watching tour

Hermanus is a small town an hour and a half along the east coast from Cape Town. Which has become famous for its whale watching.

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Kruger National Park

Your journey will take you across the rolling grasslands of the Highveld towards the majestic east Drakensberg Mountains and drive through the well-known trout fishing towns of Belfast…

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Aquila Private Game Reserve – Cape Town

Situated only two hours from Cape Town just beyond the fruit and wine town of Worcester,  the Aquila Private Game Reserve is a perfect day out for FIRST TIME safari tourists.

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Walk With Lions

Let’s take you north of Pretoria to walk with the Kings of Africa. Experience unforgettable moments while feeding, playing and interacting with these majestic creatures of Africa

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Durban and Kwazulu-Natal

St Lucia village is a village that is surrounded by an estuary, the Indian ocean and a Game Park – the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park

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Khwattu

This fascinating insight into the culture, heritage, knowledge and modern-day life of the San of Southern Africa.
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  • Guided Cape Town Tours

    Take2 Tours offers exclusive, personalised tours in Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula, Hermanus (the whale viewing capital of South Africa), and the Stellenbosch / Franschhoek Wine Route.

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