Tuesday 14 April 2020

A Secret Admirer Wink @PilanesbergNP #PhotoYatra #TheLifesWayCaptures

Hi Friends, 

I know I am smart and got looks too and above all I am charming but then I never expected that it will have some effects on the animals at Pilanesburg National Park, Near Suncity, South Africa. Let's go further into the park and check if she is an admirer or it was just a flirt. 
Greater Kudu at Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
The place is 200km away from Johannesburg and there are several gates to enter the park after getting a day visitor's pass. Generally the gates times are from 6 am to 6 pm but changes every season by thirty minutes or so. The ticket prices are affordable as adults pay R80 and kids R30 and if you are driving an SUV it will cost you R40 more. Bakubeng Gate is the most preferred gate but you can also enter using Kwa-Maritane Gate or Manyane Gate. 
Greater Kudu at Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
The animal is shying away from the camera and in Pilanesberg National Park you will find a range of animals. From the Big 5 namely Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Wild Beast and Rhino the park has it all. I have been to this place for a day trip many times from Johannesburg, South Africa. Suncity, as you know, is famous for the resort where Miss World and other events happen from time to time. 
Greater Kudu at Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
Pilanesberg National Park offers several lookout points, small and big dams, waterholes, picnic spots, and braai areas. There are several 3-5 star lodges and resorts covering the several gates of the park and there is an airport in case you want to take a 30 minutes flight from Johannesburg to the park. A lot of other animals will be showcased in more posts coming soon. 

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