R 9 675
Departure from your Hotel in Johannesburg.
Lying in the middle of an ancient extinct volcano, the reserve is situated in the North West Province, just an hour and a half from Johannesburg. You will be staying at the luxurious Black Rhino Lodge for the duration of your safari, and will have the chance to enjoy a host of activities ranging from game drives to sundowners in the bush.
From its position in an extinct crater in the Bojanala Region of the North West Province, Pilanesberg is one of the top national parks within this park of Southern Africa. With no malaria risk, all of the Big Five represented, including lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard, Pilanesberg private safaris offer a world-class safari experience across 55 000 hectares of unspoiled bushveld. Landscapes range from rocky outcrops to open grasslands, wooded valleys and thickets, with virtually every species of Southern African mammal represented as well as 300 bird species. A game relocation programme called Operation Genesis has led to many rare and endangered species being introduced into the park, including Black and White rhino, Wild dog and brown hyena.
With plenty to see and do, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to activities to try on these African safari tours. Game drives are held during the early morning as well as early evening, to get the most out of the peak game viewing times. Birdwatching is also excellent in the Pilanesberg reserve, while sundowners in the bush, nature walks and stargazing are also great things to do during your safari. Self-drive safaris are also on offer, with plenty of well-paved roads to explore throughout the reserve as well as a number of picnic spots to stop for a snack during your adventure.
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