Highlights from November 2020

Highlights from November 2020

November highlights

  

We have had a few days of rain in November and the park is looking so lush and green. The last week in November we started to see some baby Impalas, Red hartebeest, and zebras. The baby season has started! 

We had a few hot air balloon flights this month including an exclusive flight for two with a proposal. 

We have shared some great moments and sightings with our guests both on balloons and game-drives over this past month. Here are some photos that were taken during the month that we would like to share with you. 

With a wide range of activities on offer, we have something for every member of the family to enjoy.

The news we have all been waiting for

The news we have all been waiting for

The news we have all been waiting for has finally come. After the speech by the president of South African on Wednesday 11 November the South African borders are now open to international visitors. We are thrilled to hear that we can share experiences and adventures with guests from all over the world again. Here is what you need to know about the new international travel regulations. 

Highlights from October 2020

Highlights from October 2020

October highlights

  

Summer is here as we experienced some high temperatures during the month, some days over 38 degrees. Later in the month, the rain arrived which means all the areas in the park that had burnt are now turning lush and green.

Our balloons have started flying again and we are thrilled to share this amazing experience with guests again.

We have shared some great moments and sightings with our guests both on balloons and game-drives over this past month. Here are some photos taken during the month that we would like to share with you. 

With a wide range of activities on offer, we have something for every member of the family to enjoy.

SOUTH-AFRICA IS MOVING TO LOCKDOWN LEVEL 1

SOUTH-AFRICA IS MOVING TO LOCKDOWN LEVEL 1

Good news for our international travelers.

 
As per president Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the Nation on 16 September 2020, South Africa will move to Lockdown Level 1 from 21 September 2020 and International Travel will open from 01 October 2020.
 
However, there will be restrictions:
  • International travel will only be allowed to and from certain countries. South African Government will compile a list of countries that are deemed too high risk for which travel restrictions will still apply. Similarly, other countries might still have closed borders or have a temporary travel ban in place for South Africa. Travel to all destinations will not be immediately possible.
  • Travelers will require a negative COVID test result no older than 72 hours or will have to quarantine for 14 days. The quarantine will be at their own cost.
  • International travelers can only enter at one of the border posts that have remained open during lockdown or at Cape Town International, OR Tambo, and King Shaka Airport.
We are ready to welcome back guests from all over the world and have put every measure in place to keep you safe while having fun. Come and create new memories with us while enjoying the wide-open spaces and spectacular African landscapes.
 

Your adventure starts here…

 

KEEPING YOU SAFE WHILE HAVING FUN

KEEPING YOU SAFE WHILE HAVING FUN

 South Africa has now moved to Level 2 of the Covid-19 Lockdown.  What does this mean for you as traveller?

Inter provincial travel is now allowed, therefore no matter where you stay in South Africa you will be able to join us for an adventure in Pilanesberg National Park, Sun City Resort or The Kingdom Resort, situated in the North West province.   

We have taken every precaution with regards to safety and have put measures in place to help curb and flatten the curve of this this pandemic.

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