Fancy a spell in the bush with a topnotch birder, binocs in one hand and camera in the other? What better place to go on a specialist birding safari than Cheetah Plains, a pristine piece of wilderness in the Sabi Sand which can rightfully brag about its more than 400 bird species.

Birds of a feather can flock together in the company of specialist birder Martin Benadie who has led birding safaris all over Africa, and elsewhere.

Birding Safari Dates

3-6 May 2013;   19-22 July 2013;   8-11 November 2013.

Identify as many species as possible, using the latest in scopes and binoculars by Swarovski Optik. Gain insight into the ecology of the region’s birds and brush up on your bird photography – this is another speciality of Martin’s. Aside from fantastic bird viewing opportunities, the Sabi Sand spills over with all sorts of other game.

Cost:
R 9 995.00 per person sharing for 3 nights 
R 12 995.00 per single birder for 3 nights

Rates Include:

Stylish accommodation at the newly refurbed lodge, all meals, specialized birding activities, professional tuition and guiding, and use of Swarovski Optik equipment. Four confirmed participants are required for a birding safari to go ahead.

Mail us to book, or call 0860 102 907 (local) or +27 21 797-7122.