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Sun City Resort and Casino

Sun City’s website promises visitors that Sun International’s flagship resort has it all, whether you feel like a romantic stay with your partnera wild weekend with friends or a holiday with the whole family.

Only four kilometres from the southern end of the Pilanesberg National Park, this resort is ideal if you want to combine glitz and glamour, a stint at the casino, fine dining, heaps of entertainment, an early morning balloon ride with a breakfast in the bush or a swim at The Valley of the Waves’ a man-made beach. Practise your swing on a world-class golf course and enjoy a ride through unspoilt bush offering you Africa’s Big 5 and lots more.

Book into the casual Cabanas or one of the smarter hotels. The 5-star Palace of the Lost City is the biggest theme hotel resort in the world and the largest building project undertaken in the southern hemisphere.

This multi-award-winning resort is a must-see when you’re in this part of the country.

Pilanesberg National Park

Set in a crater of a long extinct volcano, the Park covers an area of 572 square km (220 sq miles or 50 000 ha). Over time, wind and water have carved a spectacular landscape with rocky outcrops, wooded valleys and thickets and wide open grasslands.

Pilanesberg Game Reserve is situated in the North West Province of South Africa and borders the well-known Sun City Resort and Casino. It ranks as one of the largest parks in South Africa and features the “Big Five” (the five most dangerous animals in Africa). A big benefit is that it lies in a malaria-free area.

Only two to three hours drive from Johannesburg, it is the perfect game park destination for the tourist with limited time but who still wants to fit in game viewing. Virtually every mammal of Southern Africa can be seen, and visitors can explore nearly 200 km (125 miles) of untamed nature.

There are over 6000 animals and more than 360 species of birds in the Park. A number of safe hides and picnic spots enable visitors an “out of car” viewing experience.

The Kruger National Park

Purely in terms of facilities and the range of accommodation offered, no other national park in the world can match what Kruger has to offer. Add to this the vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife and you have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Established in 1898 to protect our wildlife, this natural park stretches to almost 2 million hectares (5 million acres). It is about 360km (220miles) long and on average about 65km (40miles) wide – bigger than the state of Israel.

Truly unrivalled in its life forms, it boasts 2000 species of plant life, 507 different bird species, 114 reptile species, 49 species of fresh water fish and an amazing 336 different tree species. More mammal species can be found here than in any other African reserve, i.e. 147 – which include the Big 5: the elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and the lion.
The climate is subtropical with hot summers and warm dry winters. Summer rains occur between October and March. Temperatures can be as high as 35°C (95° F) and sometimes even up to 40°C (104°F) in summer. In winter, temperatures will generally be a pleasant 25° to 27°C (77°to 80°F).

Kruger lies in the North East of South Africa about 4.5 to 5 hours drive from Johannesburg and, for safety sake, we recommend that you take anti-malaria medication prior to visiting the Park.

Madikwe Game Reserve

One of South Africa’s lesser known wild life reserves, Madikwe is a hidden gem as it is regarded as one of the best conservation areas in Africa. In addition to the Big 5, you might have the rare privilege to spot the highly endangered wild dog and many other species.

The poor soil in the area made farming impossible and the government decided to create a national park there that could help to economically uplift the disadvantaged area. The North West Parks and Tourism Board, the local communities and the private sector all contribute towards the success of the project.

In this one-of a-kind reserve the lodges are owned and run by the local people, creating a healthy economic environment. So choose from a variety of luxury lodges throughout the reserve and enjoy your holiday with the knowledge that you are making a positive difference in the lives of local people.

Madikwe is situated on the Botswana border close to the Kalahari Desert about 4.5 to 5.5 hours from Johannesburg/Pretoria.

Welgevonden Game Reserve

Welgevonden is a vast malaria-free game sanctuary in the Waterberg area of Limpopo province with a limited number of exclusive lodges. Each lodge is secluded and limited to only 10 guests. Although each stunning lodge resides on its own freehold portion of the reserve, visitors have free access to the entire sanctuary in the company of the lodge’s field ranger.

The diversity of habitat results in a wide range of wildlife. Grassy plains abound with antelope, from the largest eland to the diminutive duiker while cheetah, lion and leopard are regularly seen. Here you can spot rare and unusual species such as the brown hyena, aardwolf, pangolin and aardvark – all best seen at night. Over 300 bird species call the reserve home, including South Africa’s national bird, the rare blue crane that breeds in the southern section early in the year.

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