Highlights for January 2020

Highlights for January 2020

Highlights for January 2020

Every Game drive/Safari in the Pilanesberg is different, as field guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive or Hot air balloon flight.

A lot more rain for as during the month and even more babies being born. The holiday season came to an end and the chinese new year rush began. Here are some photos taken during the month of Jan. 

Photos from January 2020

Highlights for October 2019

Highlights for October 2019

Highlights for October 2019

Every Game drive/Safari in the Pilanesberg is different, as field guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive or Hot air balloon flight.

There has been no rain yet in the park so it is even more dry and there has been some fires in the reserve but nothing serious. The sightings have still been great this month and four new cheetah cubs have been discovered. 

Photos for October 2019

Highlights for August 2019

Highlights for August 2019

Every Game drive/Safari in the Pilanesberg is different, as field guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive or Hot air balloon flight. 

August has been a phenomenal  month for cat sightings, probably because it is also the driest time of the year. Here are some highlights from the month we would like to share with you. 

Highlights from March 2019

Highlights from March 2019

Every Game drive/Safari in the Pilanesberg is different, as field guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive or Hot air balloon flight.

March school holidays kept us rather busy with families from all over the world joining us for activities. Here are some of the highlights:

Did you know?

Zebras always look fat and healthy due to the large quantities of grass that they eat. This is because they are hindgut fermenters and with all the digestion happening they are full of gas. This not only gives them their round stomachs but is also the cause of their flatulence.

Wild dogs live in packs that consist of an Alpha male and female who are the only pair in the pack to breed. The whole pack is responsible for the raising of the pups which increases their chances of survival.

An elephants trunk consists of thousands of muscles. It takes an elephant calf up to three months to start realizing how its’ trunk works.

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