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About Pilanesberg National park

Among Southern Africa’s fascinating game reserves, Pilanesberg National Park is possibly the most accessible. This Malaria Free Game Reserve is home to the Big 5 and offers a variety of affordable accommodation, from camping to chalets &

luxury 5 Star Lodges.

Pilanesberg is over 55 000 hectares in size and is located in the North West Province of South Africa, 150 km north west of the Gauteng metropolis and 60 km north of Rustenburg.

 

The history of Pilanesberg  is also unique amongst national parks in Africa. Pilanesberg National Park's special features of rugged landscape, well-watered valleys and attractive dwelling sites have made it a preferred site for human settlement for thousands of years.

Full  Day Safari From Johannesburg

at only

R 2,000 pp

Inclusion:

 two way transfer, entrance fees, morning and afternoon guided safari game drives

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2 Days/1 Night from

R 3,900 pps

3 Days/2 Nights from

R 6,000 pps

Inclusions: 2 way Transfer, Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

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2 Days/1 Night from

R 4,500 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights from

R 7,000 pps

Inclusions: 2 way Transfer, Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

Why Choose Us?

Expert local guides

 

​We are based in South Africa

The only thing our consultants love more than the African continent is an opportunity to show it off. They are Approachable, Passionate, they communicate well, they are easy-going and well versed in all things Africa.

We are SATSA Bonded

The SATSA logo is your assurance of quality tourism.

It testifies to the fact that the bearer has complied with stringent membership requirements that include  financial stability, legal, appropriate insurance and the highest standards of safety, security and service.

Insurance

We are insured through SATIB Insurance Brokers in association with Lloyds of London for our clients peace of mind.

Your Tours and Deposit Paid are also Protected in case there's liquidation.

2 Days/1 Night for

R 6,300 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights for

R 9,500 pps

Inclusions: Private 2 Way Transfers,

4* Lodge Accommodation

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

2 Days/1 Night for

R 6,300 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights for

R 9,500 pps

Inclusions: Private 2 way Transfers,

4* Lodge Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

2 Days/1 Night for

R 6,300 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights for

R 9,500 pps

Inclusions: Private 2 way Transfers,

5* Lodge Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

2 Days/1 Night for

R 7,900 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights for

R 13,000 pps

Inclusions: Private 2 way Transfers,

5* Lodge Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

2 Days/1 Night for

R 7,900 pps

 

3 Days/2 Nights for

R 13,000 pps

Inclusions: Private 2 way Transfers,

5* Lodge Accommodation,

Dinner and Breakfast

Guided Safari Game Drives

 

The Pilanesberg is named for chief Pilane of the Kgafêla people, who ruled from Bogopane, Mmamodimokwana and eventually Mmasebudule during the 1800s.

 

Early inhabitants

Humans have been in the Pilanesberg area since the Middle Stone Age. Many artifacts from this period can be found throughout the Park.

Iron Age

During the later Iron Age period, the ancestors of the Batswana and Basotho people occupied the area. They were cattle farmers and pastoralists who also worked copper and iron.

Tswana period

Major Tswana towns were established during the late 18th century. Most of these towns were destroyed during the Difaqane wars that raged in the Pilanesberg/Magaliesberg region in the late 1820s, when Mzilikazi broke off from Shaka Zulu and occupied the region. 

OVER 600 ANIMALS IN THE PARK & 300 BIRD SPECIES

Prior to its proclamation as a reserve in 1979, the Pilanesberg National Park Complex was degraded and depleted of indigenous game populations due to fairly intense settlement by commercial farmers. At considerable expense, the land has been restocked with game, the scars of human settlement were removed and tourism infrastructure was developed during the first 15 years (1979 and 1993). This constituted the largest and most expensive game stocking and land rehabilitation project ever undertaken in any African game reserve at the time.

A 110 kilometer peripheral Big Game fence was erected over some very rugged terrain, 188 kilometer of visitor roads have been developed and more than 6 000 head of game were introduced during the Operation Genesis game trans-location program. Thus, while wildlife resources are rapidly declining in most developing countries in Africa, Pilanesberg National Park is one of the few areas where this trend has been dramatically reversed. For this far-sighted action the North West Province (Previously Bop Parks) and its people have received worldwide acclaim and recognition.

POPULAR PILANESBERG SAFARI COMBOS

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2 DAY COMBO

Full Day Pilanesberg Safari + Soweto Tour

at only

R 3,000 pp

Inclusion:

Soweto Day Tour, transfers, all entrance fees, morning and afternoon, Lunch,

 guided safari game drives

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1 DAY COMBO

Half Day Pilanesberg Safari + Suncity

at only

R 2,100 pp

Inclusion:

 two way transfer, entrance fees, morning guided safari game drives, Tour, Eat and Play at Suncity Resort and Casino

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MULTI DAY COMBO

Pilanesberg & Cape Town Tours

5 Days/4 Nights

From only  R 19,500 pps

Inclusions:

Accommodation, Game Drives, meals

Domestic Flights, Transfers

Cape Town Day Tours

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