Pilanesberg Private Lodge, Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
Wildlife Safari South Africa
On this tour, you will enjoy an extensive game drive conducted by an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide who will answer all your questions about the fascinating wildlife and environment. Bring your camera to have a permanent record of all the wild animals and the spectacular landscape that this national park has to offer.
Group safari. Please do inform Moafrika Tours if you would prefer a private tour (additional rates may apply)
Airport transfer included:
O. R. Tambo International Airport
You will be provided two nights accommodation in a four-star lodge, at the Pilanesberg Private Lodge, depending on their availability your booking of the tour.
Day 1: Arrival
You will be picked up in Johannesburg and depart to Pilanesberg National Park. You will enter the park for a morning game drive in a closed and air-conditioned vehicle. You will arrive at the lodge just in time for lunch at midday, and in the afternoon, you will have a safari drive in a 4x4 safari vehicle. Dinner will be prepared by your guide at Pilanesberg Private Lodge, depending on the availability when booking the tour.
Day 2: Pilanesberg National Park
Early in the morning, you will have a game drive in an open safari vehicle, and you will return to the lodge for breakfast. In the midday, you will have lunch and plenty of time for relaxation. In the afternoon, you will have a safari drive in an open safari vehicle safari. Dinner is included.
Day 3: Departure
You will have an early morning safari drive in an open vehicle and return to the camp for a nutritious breakfast. You will depart to the Sun City Resort for some leisure time and followed by lunch on your own account. Thereafter, you will be dropped off and depart for Johannesburg.
Included in this safari is an excursion to the Sun City Resort.
This safari will be held at the Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa.
Pilanesberg National Park
Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa’s fourth largest game park, is situated in a crater in the Bojanala Region of the North West Province. This crater is the product of a volcano that erupted many millions of years ago. This extinct volcano has evolved to become one of the most fascinating landscapes for you to visit.
By the Genesis Project, the majority of South Africa’s wildlife is now found in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve. The park covers an area of 55,000 hectares. More than 7,000 animals live here in a free and unhindered environment. Pilanesberg is home to all of the Big Five (elephant, rhino, leopard, buffalo, and lion), and it is guaranteed that you will be able to tick off most of your list of game settings.
Other animals that you may encounter are zebra, giraffe, cheetah, hyena, hippo, crocodile, jackal, wildcat, various antelopes, as well as over 300 bird species. Pilanesberg offers over 200 kilometers of roads for guided or self-drive game viewing.