GO WILD IN 2007! i-to-i Launches The Ultimate South Africa Wildlife Tour
December 23, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsFor those looking for a wildlife experience in one of Africa’s last remaining cat havens, leading meaningful travel specialist i-to-i has introduced a unique tour that gets to the very heart of South Africa’s spectacular Kruger National Park.
The Ultimate Kruger Wildlife Tour is a two-week trip through the brightest jewel in Africa’s chest, The Kruger National Park. This 500 kilometre long park is teeming with wildlife, including some 507 species of birds, 336 species of trees, 147 mammals, 114 reptiles, 49 fish and 34 amphibians.
The tour kicks off in sub-tropical Nelspruit, 300 kilometres east of Johannesburg. Travellers will venture through the Panama route to Karongwe game reserve, where they learn about the area and visit some of the region’s most spectacular natural wonders, such as Bourke's Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon and God's Window.
Then it’s on to The Kruger National Park, where they are introduced to some of Africa’s wildest life on game walks and drives and have the rare opportunity to sleep under the stars in the bush. Wildlife fanatics also have the chance to learn a host of exciting new skills such as bushcraft, how to track animals, astronomy, and 4x4 driving techniques.
Matt Guiver, i-to-i spokesperson comments: “We call this The Ultimate Tour for a good reason. It provides an amazing chance to see Africa’s most famous animals, whilst getting involved in incredibly rewarding activities. Anyone who takes part will come out feeling like a true ranger!”
The 14 day tour costs £1,395 including accommodation, transfers and meals. Departure dates start 29th March 2007.
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1. i-to-i is a volunteer travel and TEFL training organisation based in Leeds, UK; Denver, USA; Melbourne, Australia and Co. Waterford, Ireland. Each year it sends around 5,000 volunteers to work on 500 projects in 28 countries worldwide and trains a further 15,000 people to teach English as a foreign language.
2. i-to-i is a founding member of the Year Out Group, associate of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office ‘Know Before You Go’ Campaign, member of the Federation of International Youth Travel Organisations and has training accreditation from the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council.