RETURNAfrica’s Pafuri Walking Trails features in a special NOW MEDIA article on Mpumalanga and Limpopo province.
Pafuri Walking Trails has been included in a special Tourism Update feature on Mpumalanga and Limpopo province.
Titled ‘Nine unique experiences’, the article looks at a variety of options when it comes to travel and tourism – from luxury treehouses in the Sabi Sand Reserve to underground adventures in Sudwala, a microlight flight over Big 5 territory… and of course, the wonders of experiencing Pafuri in the northern Kruger National Park on foot.
There is no doubt that Pafuri Walking Trails is a very special experience – and allows participants to really get close to nature, under the guidance of an experienced guide.
As the article explains: “Pafuri Walking Trails in northern Kruger National Park is now operated by Return Africa. This three-night, four-day guided experience offers participants the opportunity to explore the various landscapes of the Makuleke Concession on foot, ranging from woodlands, riverine forests and floodplains and encountering various wildlife along the way. Highlights include Crooks Corner, where the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers meet, as well as Lanner Gorge.”
Pafuri Walking Trails is part of The Pafuri Collection owned and managed by RETURNAfrica. The other two products that make up the collection are Pafuri Camp (previously owned by Wilderness Safaris and currently being renovated ahead of its launch in September 2015) and Baobab Hill Bush House, which is the old section-ranger’s house and is opening in August 2015.