The Pilanesberg National Park is located in the North West Provence and provides big game viewing in a malaria-free setting. It is South Africa’s fourth-largest park and was created by a volcano that erupted 1300 million years ago. It is one of Africa’s most beautiful and wildlife-rich sanctuaries. It mixes game drives designed specifically for you, outstanding safaris, and bird watching. It’s a trip that needs to be included on your bucket list.
We will leave Johannesburg at 6:30 a.m. and travel through some of South Africa’s most gorgeous highways to the North West Provence. We’ll start our full-day safari in Pilanesberg after arriving to look for the local wildlife in this spectacular Big Five game reserve. The entire day will be at our disposal. While you travel through this picturesque reserve in search of animals, birds, and other interesting things you come across, your guide will make every effort to demonstrate nature to you. We’ll move slowly to the park for lunch so we can enjoy it before the sun becomes too hot.
The animals become more active after lunch when the weather begins to cool down. After that, you’ll go on an afternoon game drive in a different region to see if you can spot any additional wildlife. After your afternoon game drive, we’ll take our time returning to Johannesburg, where we’ll drop you off and call the tour a wrap.
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