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Rates & Offers - Staying between 01 April and 31 July 2014

The following prices includes lunch, dinner, breakfast, high tea, two game drives, guided walks, tea, coffee, water, game drive beverages, tourism levy and VAT. Families staying at Fitzpatrick’s will also have access to the Kids on Safari Program.

Validity

01 April 2014 – 31 July 2014

*Special Offer*

*Special Offer*

Normal (Standard) Prices

Long Stay Offer

Protect & Save Offer

Minimum donations are included in the following quotations.

Main Jock

Two adults sharing a room

R3 900

per adult per night sharing

R3 510

per adult per night sharing

R3 300

per adult per night sharing

Fitzpatrick’s at Jock

Two adults sharing a room

R3 675

per adult per night sharing

R3 308

per adult per night sharing

R3 150

per adult per night sharing

Children from 7 to 11 years

R1 840 per child per night

R1 656 per child per night

R1 650 per child per night

Children from 0 to 6 years when sharing with adults

FREE OF CHARGE

FREE OF CHARGE

R150 per child per night

Prices applicable to rooms and/or tents occupied by one adult can be requested.
Please ask your safari consultant regarding a group discount for bookings of 8 adults or more.
Long Stay Offer is applicable to bookings for 3 nights or longer.
Protect & Save Offer is subject to availability at the time of booking.

Please note the following terms & conditions applicable to the Protect & Save rates:

Click here for our standard terms and conditions

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