What makes us so special and unique is the exclusivity we have on over 19 000 acres of pristine, Big 5 wilderness. This beautiful part of Kruger, called the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is an open reserve and falls part of the 5 million acre Greater Kruger Park. The animals roam free on these lands and you get to experience one of Earths last remaining wilderness areas which is home to 147 species of big game including lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino and also 517 species of birds! The length of the safari is completely up to you… Your only guideline is it has to be more than 3 nights, the minimum amount of time in our opinion you need to spend out here. From there, you decide!
You will experience a completely private safari at your very own game lodge with all the comforts of home including your own chef and guide… On average only about 40 people a year get to experience this with Moriti, it is very unique! Our days are spent getting up early and enjoying a morning game drive in an open-sided game vehicle looking for all these amazing creatures and birds including interesting info on trees and plants. Walks are awesome to experience, especially in such primitive surroundings
Why do you not Advertise Rates?
Moriti is a very unique, specialised safari business… Our rates that we give to guests are different to the rates we advertise via online sites and because of that, you will always get our best rates because the safari will be tailor-made around your specific needs. Due to the privacy we provide, we do get other operators that will also shop on our website as well, something we discourage because they may start offering a product similar to ours in terms of price, but will never be the same and that will disadvantage you. The relationships that we have with our private lodges is very special to us and will always remain a secret to only but a few (psssst, that’s your cue!)
Requesting a quote from Moriti’s site will always result in a better rate for you, try us!
How Do I Pay You?
We accept all major credit cards and can organise EFT payments as well… Details will be given upon quotation
There are many websites that have information regarding visas to the southern African countries we operate out of, namely South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana… The rules and regulations change constantly and we now do not trust these sites, even the reputable ones. As such, please contact your embassy directly to get the correct information at the time of your booking… This will ensure you get the correct info
Best Time For Me to Go?
You can choose to drive to and from the airport with your guide which is included in the rate or you can choose to fly to either Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport in Nelspruit, starting point for all the tours except the private safari where you can fly to Hoedspruit Airport. All tours, you can choose to fly back to Johannesburg via Hoedspruit Airport
This is perfect if you are not keen on the 4-7 hour drive from Johannesburg to the various starting points… Although, some have said their guides sparkling conversation skills and music choices are worth it (citation needed)
What to Pack?
Here is a list of what to bring on your safari…
• Hats, sunblock, insect repellent and sunglasses
• Swimming costume as our lodges have pools
• Cool, long clothes for the evenings around the fire
• Something warm for the game drive from May to September
• Camera and binoculars
• Mammal and bird books
• Any electrical charges you may need (make sure they are compatible with South African plug points). We run on 220 volts
• Any medication you need
Health & Safety?
Tipping is a general practice in South Africa. A large number people in the tourism industry that serve you get a salary, but are encouraged to deliver a better service to increase their income from tipping
Here is some information on tipping in South Africa
- In restaurants, 10% to 15% is the accepted tipping standard on the bill amount
- Petrol attendants at gas stations – from R5 up
- Porters at airports – between R5 and R10 per luggage
- Hotel porters – between R10 to R20 per porter service
- Rangers and trackers – between R200 to R300 or more per day for both
- Site guides (e.g. a guide at an activity) – R100 per person
- Guides – anything between R200 to R300 per day, but R300 is the norm
Please be aware that this is a guideline and you should never feel obliged to tip anyone… It is your discretion and thoughts on the service you have received that should govern your tips
Most of the lodges that we stay at have got WiFi access, some may be slower than others (hey, it is the bush now)
If you would like to use a mobile phone while on safari and do not want to pay more than the actual safari itself on international roaming then we would suggest using a local sim card… They are very cheap and airtime and data is equally inexpensive. Your guide can take you to a local shop to buy one or Shaun can organise one to be given to you when you arrive. Please just make sure of the following:
- Make sure you know the size of the sim card your phone uses
- Make sure you have unlocked your phone as some phones do not allow other sim cards to be loaded
|1||Drive to reserve from the airport||Scenic drive|
|2-3+||Private safari||Game drives and walks|
|3+||Transfer back to Johannesburg||Local shopping|
All activities listed are included, no hidden costs