When going on any safari, whether you go to Kruger National Park, Phinda Private Game Park or Sabi Sands Game Reserve, you are never guaranteed to see each animal you set out seeking to catch a glimpse of. The animals roam freely through their territories and natural bush land, and the safari guide has no control of where the animals will be when you embark on your game drive.
Some game reserves have a select few species of animals, while others boast almost every kind of wild animal you can think of, including the famous Big 5. We'd like to showcase some of the animals that you can see at Pilanesberg National Park in the North West Province of South Africa.
There are a lot more animals that can be seen at this famous South African safari spot but we'd love for you to go see them for yourself, up close and personal, in real life. CLICK HERE to book your unforgettable safari adventure at Pilanesberg National Park.
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Relaxation of water restrictions.
Dams supplying Cape Town are at 71% capacity, compared with 36% a year ago. As a result, the City of Cape Town will relax water restrictions as of Saturday, 1 December 2018. Residents will now be allowed to use 105 litres a day, per person. While locals are encouraged to keep their water-saving habits, no doubt the City of Cape Town hopes that the new limit will further increase tourism this summer season.
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