One Day Pilanesberg Group Safaris
One Day Walking Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our Walking Pilanesberg Safari departs from Johannesburg or Pretoria at different times during different seasons. During summer we prefer doing early morning walks or late afternoon walks. In winter we walk during mid day.
One Day Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our one day tour to Pilanesberg National Park departs from Johannesburg or Pretoria at about 6am. The entire day is spent game viewing and we enjoy a buffet lunch at one of the lodges in the Pilanesberg.
Tented Pilanesberg Group Safaris
2 Day Camping Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our 2 Day Tented Pilanesberg Safari departs from your accommodation in Johannesburg or Pretoria at around 6am on any morning and we arrive at the gate of Pilanesberg National Park at about 8am.
3 Day Camping Pilanesberg Group Safari
There is nothing quite like sleeping under the stars of Pilanesberg National Park or waking up to the sight of the African sun slowly rising over the horizon. Memories of a fantastic safari often start with evenings shared around the camp fire.
4 Day Camping Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our 4 day tented Pilanesberg safari is focused on having fun and tuning in with the wild! Evenings are usually focused on preparing dinner on an open fire and telling stories about the guide’s experiences in Pilanesberg National Park.
Chalet Pilanesberg Group Safaris
2 Day Accommodated Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our 2 Day Chalet Pilanesberg Safari departs any day, Monday to Sunday. Your Ama-Zing guide will take you to as many of the spots his experience has taught him to be the best for game viewing in the limited time available.
3 Day Accommodated Pilanesberg Group Safari
This 3 Day Chalet Pilanesberg Safari is designed for those who wish to spend only two nights in Pilanesberg National Park and explore what the African bush has to offer.
4 Day Accommodated Pilanesberg Group Safari
Our 4 Day Chalet Pilanesberg Safari is the perfect break away to a park that offer great opportunities to view the African Big5. Approximately 120 000 visitors a year enjoy the vastly varied habitats of this beautiful Big5 reserve.