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The magic of South Africa awaits in two action-packed safaris. These two safaris are equally balanced with public and private reserves and offer the traveler nothing short of an awesome experience. These trips are designed through years of experience. Prowler Safaris wants your zest for adventure to collide with a relaxing vacation! Go home feeling that you have felt the exhilaration that only Mother Nature can provide and pampering fit for the stars. These all inclusive trips will take you through seven different African ecosystems, from bushveld to subtropical. Journey by vehicle, foot, and Cessna aircraft if you choose. Swim in the Indian Ocean and stare at the Southern Hemisphere canopy of stars from around the campfire while listening to lions roar in the night. A feast for the senses!

Prowler also offers custom safaris -- build your own safari by contacting LouAnn at Prowler Safaris to start planning your adventure!

The Kingdom of the Zulu - KwaZulu-Natal Zululand, Itinerary 1

KwaZulu-Natal`s game parks and the Greater St. Lucia Lake World Heritage Site lie spread across Zululand on the subtropical coastal plain and on the upper reaches of some of its larger rivers.

An extensive network of Nature Reserves and Game Parks ensure abundant flora and fauna and absolute delight for the outdoor-loving traveler. These sanctuaries give refuge to several hundred bird species -- 60% of South Africa's total -- in addition to many antelope variants as well as the Big Five -- lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino - in the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve.

Mpumalanga, Itinerary 2

Mpumalanga is your gateway to the world's greatest conservation area - the 100-year old Kruger National Park. Mpumalanga's wilderness offerings range from the super-exclusive private lodges of the Sabi Sand, to niche bird reserves, private wildlife reserves and the pristine wilderness areas protected from any human interference at all.

Mpumalanga offers from exhilarating wildlife, to secluded mountain retreats, ancient ruined cities, wild water sports and some of South Africa's most diverse African cultures plus year-round sunny weather.

The province rates as one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.