Mother’s Day Special

Mother’s Day Special

Let mom enjoy nature with a game drive in the Pilanesberg and be pampered with a full body massage at Sorbet Sun City.

Offer valid for scheduled game drives from 6-8 May 2022

Sorbet Sun City voucher valid from 6-31 May 2022

For more information or to book : [email protected]

Call: 014 552 5020 / 071 195 0337

BOOK ONLINE: Choose your game drive and tick add Sorbet voucher.

Voucher code: MOM2022 to receive the discount.

Kindly note that rates exclude the day visitor entrance fee into Sun City.

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Come and join us every Wednesday and Saturday for a game drive and bush dinner at the Wallow.

Rates: R950 per adult, R490 per child under 16yrs, and R250 per child under 6yrs.

Price includes a 3-hour game drive, a welcome drink at the Wallow, dinner, and a return transfer. Pre-booking is required. For more information or to book please feel free to contact us: [email protected]

(014) 495-2972/071 195 0337

Day Visitors can meet us at Bakubung Gate or at the Welcome Centre, situated in the Sun City Resort.

If you are not staying at one of the awesome hotels at Sun City resort you can book a day visitor entrance to Sun City and also have access to the exciting and fun Valley of Waves!

Book Day visitor tickets to Sun City

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Did you know?

Did you know?

Crocodiles are known carnivores eating all sorts of meat in the form of fish, frogs, birds, antelope, and anything else they can get hold of. Studies have recently found that crocodiles do also consume fruit from time to time. 

Crocodiles are known to swallow small stones to help them with digestion. These stones help grind up some of the tough things that they eat. 

Animals including lions make use of animal pathways to get around. The roads in the National parks are like large pathways which is why they like to make use of walking on the road. 

Lions are the only truly social cats as they form prides. Females will often stay together in the pride their whole lives while the males get pushed out or are replaced by stronger males. 

Kudu bulls use their impressive horns to fight for dominance and in essence females. They will spar by locking their horns and then pushing each other to test their strength. Sometimes their spiraled horns can get tangled and they can’t separate, when this happens the bulls generally end up dying of starvation. 

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