The Pilanesberg National Park is the the fourth largest National Park in Southern Africa covering an area of 58 000 hectares and is less than 2 hours drive from Pretoria / Johannesburg. Encircling this unique area are four rings of hills, a geological fascinating alkaline complex produced by volcanic action some 1.2 billion years ago.
The park boasts a healthy populations of lion, leopard, black and white rhino, elephant and buffalo - Africa's Big Five.
There is a wide variety of rare common species.
A few of the endemic species that may be seen are the nocturnal brown hyena, the fleet-footed cheetah, the majestic sable, as well as giraffe, springbok, zebra, hippo and crocodile. Bird watching is excellent with over 360 species recorded.