Pilanesberg exists within the transition zone between the dry Kalahari and wetter Lowveld vegetation, commonly referred to as "Bushveld".
Unlike any other large park, unique overlaps of mammals, birds and vegetation occur because of this transition zone. Springbok, brown hyena, the redeyed bulbul, and camel thorn trees usually found in arid areas are found co-habituating with moist-area-limited impala, black-eyed bulbul and Cape chestnut trees. The colourful hues, varied habitats and panoramas will delight and entertain photographers and all but the most unobservant visitor. Pre-sunrise and post-sunset drives are possible owing to gate opening/closure times.
- Bakubung Bush Lodge lies within the world-famous game-rich Pilanesberg National Park.Read More
- Black Rhino Game Lodge is tucked away under a canopy of Tamboti trees at the foot…Read More
- Ivory Tree Game Lodge is tucked away in the secluded north-eastern corner of the Pilanesberg National Park.Read More
- Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge lies on the lower slopes of the ancient volcano which forms a…Read More
- Lush Private Lodge is the newest addition to the accommodation options provided by Black Rhino Game Reserve,Read More
- Mbazo Safaris Lodge is located in the Black Rhino Game Reserve forms an additional ‘corner’ of…Read More
- Shepherd’s Tree Game Lodge is set within an exclusive-use zone in the south-western corner of the…Read More
- Tambuti Lodge is nestled amid an extensive, age-old grove of Tambuti trees which lies at the…Read More
- Tshukudu Bush Lodge is one of Pilanesberg’s hidden jewels. Nestled at the foot of an extinct…Read More