Daily Dullstroom & Hoedspruit Shuttle

Dullstroom, currently known as Emnothweni, is a lovely community tucked in the Mpumalanga Highlands, only 2.5 hours from Gauteng and conveniently located midway to the Kruger National Park.

It is South Africa’s highest village and has become a popular training base for elite European athletes during the summer months.

Dullstroom is noted for its crystal clear dams, which are ideal for trout fishing. Other popular outdoor activities include hiking, mountain biking, and a variety of other adventure sports. The town also has a championship golf course.

This laidback community is home to numerous superb restaurants, coffee shops, a craft-beer brewery, a world-renowned whiskey bar, and unique pubs.

Dullstroom is an ideal long weekend getaway for anyone looking to escape the Lowveld heat or the noise and pollution of Gauteng.

However, it is the mist belt, the high-altitude environment, that gives Dullstroom the cool climate and clean air that makes it both a tourist attraction and a floral oasis. Many rare and endemic species can be found in the town, including countless orchids and the gorgeous golden Arum lily, as well as the only significant populations of elm and beech trees.

Safari Link provides a regular shuttle service between Dullstroom and Hoedspruit.

It is also one of the few areas in South Africa where all three endangered crane species may be found.

Hoedspruit, wedged between the Kruger National Park and the spectacular northern Drakensberg Mountains, is a charming little town. This undiscovered gem’s allure is undeniable, drawing in guests with its special blend of scenic wonders and kind hospitality. If you get a real feel for Hoedspruit, you will not be able to help but keep coming back for more.

Air Force Base Hoedspruit is home to the 19th Squadron of the South African Air Force and the Eastgate Airport is used by several civilian airlines and charter companies.

Tourists can enjoy a cruise on the Blyde Dam in the middle of the Mighty Blyde River Canyon, a day of sightseeing along the Panorama Route at popular attractions like the Potholes, Three Rondavels, and God’s Window, and a thrilling open-air safari vehicle ride in the adjacent Kruger National Park.

We also offer shuttle services between Johannesburg and Dullstroom.

Connecting Dullstroom with Hoedspruit

As part of a service connecting Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport and Phalaborwa, Safari Link Southern Africa provides a daily shuttle service between Hoedspruit in Limpopo and Dullstroom in Mpumalanga.

Early in the morning, the shuttle leaves Johannesburg and stops at Dullstroom so that people can board. The shuttle then proceeds to Hoedspruit via Lydenburg, Ohrigstad, and the Abel Erasmus Pass.

Around 13:00, you should arrive at the Kamogelo Tourism Centre in Hoedspruit.

Connecting Hoedspruit with Dullstroom

This shuttle follows the same route the other way around, leaving Hoedspruit around 11:00.

Why Choose Safari Link?

Using Safari Link to travel between Belfast and Hoedspruit has numerous advantages, like saving time and money by not having to worry about renting a car, the stress of self-driving, or juggling multiple modes of transportation.

You may rely on their competent and experienced drivers to respect all traffic laws and regulations and to handle any emergencies or problems. They also have extensive knowledge of the road and will keep you updated on fascinating things as you go along.

Their fleet includes latest vehicle models, ensuring customers’ comfort and safety during the travel.

You support your environmental and social responsibilities by adopting a shared and sustainable form of transportation to lower your carbon footprint, fuel consumption, and pollution.

What to expect on Safari Link Daily Shuttle

Johannesburg to Hoedspruit daily shuttle
Daily Shuttle Service - specialist in transfers to greater Kruger area
Private Transfers from Johannesburg to Madikwe Game Reserve
private transfers are door to door service