Daily Johannesburg & Mashishing / Lydenburg Shuttle

 

Except for farming, trout fishing, and mining now being among the most well-known industries of Mashishing (previously Lydenburg), the well-known Panorama Route starts almost immediately after leaving Lydenburg, close to where the Long Tom Pass starts, making the town a popular place to visit.

The town is also rich in history as Lydenburg, as it was originally known, was already established in the year 1850 by Andries Potgieter, a prominent Voortrekker leader. It even served as the capital of the South African Republic (Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek) for a brief period of time.

Safari Link provides a regular shuttle service between Johannesburg and Lydenburg.

The Lydenburg Museum is on the bucket list of many people interested in history, as the Lydenburg Heads, sculptures made of hollow clay that are around 500 years old, are on show at the museum. It is believed that the statues were used in religious ceremonies by the people who invaded the area long, long ago.

We also offer shuttle services between Johannesburg and Dullstroom.

Connecting Johannesburg with Mashishing / Lydenburg

Safari Link Southern Africa offers a daily shuttle service that connects Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport and Mashishing/Lydenburg in Mpumalanga on route to Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa.

You will travel through some of South Africa’s most breath-taking scenery as you pass across the country’s Highveld and Lowveld districts.

The shuttle departs from Johannesburg’s O.R Tambo International Airport at 07:00 and travel via Emalahleni (previously Witbank) “the place of coal”, eMakhazeni (previously Belfast) which means “The Cold Place” and Emnothweni (previously Dullstroom), to Mashishing / Lydenburg.

Visitors will note that while these are the official new names, the original names are still commonly used in everyday conversation and you might find both names being used interchangeably.

The transfer takes about 4 to 6 hours, with convenience stops along the way so passengers can use a restroom and buy snacks before continuing on their journey.

Connecting Mashishing / Lydenburg with Johannesburg

This daily shuttle service from Phalaborwa and Hoedspruit follows the same route via Mashishing /Lydenburg the other way around and also include some comfort stops en-route, allowing passengers to have a break.

The shuttle departs from Hoedspruit around 11:00 with a stop at Mashishing /Mashishing to arrive at O.R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg by 17:15.

 

General Info About the Daily Shuttle Between Lydenburg & Johannesburg

  • The fleet comprises up-to-date models of vehicles, with comfort and safety guaranteed for the whole trip.
  • The drivers have in-depth knowledge of the route and will keep passengers informed about interesting facts along the way.

It is the responsibility of the passenger or the booking agent to make previous arrangements for collecting at their preferred drop-off location.

 

Why Choose Safari Link?

The fact that all of Safari Link’s drivers are also qualified guides who are keen to share their knowledge and enthusiasm for safari with their customers allows for an experience that is both fun and educational during your trip.

Safari Link has more than 10 years of experience working in the tourism industry, and the company continues to provide tourists and vacationers with service that is enthusiastic, well-informed, and professional.

You can ask questions regarding these shuttles and services by sending an email to travel@safarilinksa.com, and you can make reservations for them by sending an email to reservations@safarilinksa.com.

You might also look for them and follow them on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or TripAdvisor.

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