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Among Southern Africa’s fascinating game reserves, Pilanesberg National Park is possibly the most accessible. Situated in the ecologically rich transition zone between the Kalahari and the Lowveld, this vast area promises thrilling big game viewing in a malaria free environment.
Marakele National Park (known for a short time after founding in 1994 as Kransberg National Park ) is a National Park that is part of the Waterberg Biosphere in Limpopo Province, South Africa.
Get ready for a day of fun and excitement with our incredible animals! Whether you want to monkey around or fly high with the birds, Marakele Animal Sanctuary has got amazing animal viewings waiting for you. We’re dedicated to connecting people with nature by providing a fun, safe, and educational wildlife experience in the Thabazimbi area. Come on by to enjoy an unforgettable day.
Home to the Valley of Waves and sprawled along the border of the Pilanesberg National Park, Sun City Resort enjoys the fine distinction of being the only surf-and-safari destination within a two-hour drive of landlocked Johannesburg.
The Maropeng Visitor Centre is an award-winning, world-class exhibition, focusing on the development of humans and our ancestors over the past few million years. Take a journey through time, starting with the formation of the planet and moving all the way through the evolutionary processes that culminated in the world as we know it today. See fossils, learn about how humankind was born, view stone tools that are up to one million years old, and much more. This self-guided, interactive tour allows you to take all the time you need to ponder humanity’s fascinating origin story.
You will enjoy a close, personal and safe encounter with the gentle giants. You’ll learn about elephants from tail tip to trunk tip and everything between, experience first hand an elephant’s intelligence through to how acute its sense of smell is, you’ll experience their gentle nature as well as the stimulating levels of trust and companionship that can be developed between elephant and man. Take part in allowing an elephant to remember your name or identify you by your scent. Then you head out with the herd after the interaction to spend a little more time getting to know them a lot better! Here you’ll see the wild side of the elephants as they free-range feed, frolic, drink, dust bathe and enjoy the 300-hectare wildlife reserve they call home.
Visitors to Lesedi Cultural Village are immersed in a cultural tradition tour de force that connects the past with the present and shines a light on our collective humanity. The guest experience is enhanced by the beautifully African-designed guest rooms and suites that provide every modern comfort and local Ubuntu.