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Hylton Ross Hazyview

Kruger Park game drives, boat trips, wildlife experiences, sightseeing tours and more across SA and Hazyview in the Lowveld Legogote region.

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Hylton Ross offer visitors to SA the opportunity to relax and leave the details to the professionals, knowing their every need will be provided for, and that the trips Hylton Ross plan are unbeatable for quality, safety and comfort. Wherever you are in Southern Africa, Hylton Ross is there for you.

Initially a family run business, Hylton Ross now has depots countrywide - in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. We have specialized in touring for over 30 years with service excellence and reliability at our core. Tours include the Kruger National Park, St Lucia, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi and Zululand.

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Very enjoyable....  -  Philip Tipler.

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Philip Tipler

Very enjoyable.

Philip Tipler experienced the Afternoon Game Drive

Philip Tipler

Very enjoyable

Philip Tipler experienced the Full Day Game Drive

Philip Tipler

Really good tour with like a likeable & knowledgable guide. Most enjoyablable.

Philip Tipler experienced the Canyon Cruise & Panorama Tour

Paul Graham

Our driver Musa (?) was very caring for the welfare of his passengers and managed their entry into the park well despite some difficulties with ID documents. He managed people with mobility challenges into and out of his vehicle in a very caring way. During the trip we had a range of sightings. I think there can be improvement in the narrative of the trip - giving a bit of background to the ecology of the park, how animals have patterns of behaviour and territory, and how they interact with one another and the environment. That would make up for the 'dead' spots between sightings of larger animals. It might also encourage tourists to act as additional spotters - as the bush is otherwise illegible to them. I think he could also be provided with some tools to get to know the interests of the group at the beginning so that his narrative can go beyond gestation periods and basic identification.

Paul Graham experienced the Afternoon Game Drive

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