Pilanesberg Accommodation4.6 - 22 Guest Reviews
14 listings for accommodation in Pilanesberg. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:
Self Catering, Villas in Pilanesberg
Bakubung Bush Lodge is concealed within the rich expanses of the malaria-free Pilanesberg National Park and offers...
aha Ivory Tree Game Lodge
Chalets, Guest Lodge, Game Lodges, Villas in Pilanesberg
Ivory Tree Game Lodge is situated within the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, one of the largest volcanic complexes of its...
Sharodin Bed and Breakfast
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses in Pilanesberg
With its modern look and tasteful African feel Sharodin Bed and Breakfast is the ideal spot for those who are young...
Morokolo Safari Lodge
Guest Lodge, Game Lodges in Pilanesberg
Morokolo Safari Lodge attracts many special gatherings while the configuration of our luxury suites provide privacy...
aha Shepherd’s Tree Game Lodge
Game Lodges, Villas in Pilanesberg
Shepherd’s Tree Game Lodge is a magnificent lodge concession awarded by the North West Parks and Tourism Board...
Amritz Private Lodge & B&B
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Lodge in Pilanesberg
Leave the city behind for a 60 min drive from Pretoria and 90 min from Johannesburg.
Sun City - 29 KM.
Ntamba Safari Lodge
Holiday Homes, Game Lodges, Self Catering in Pilanesberg
Family-owned, Self Catering Ntamba Safari Lodge is the perfect escape to relax in the African bush. We are a short...
Kubu Metsi Safari Lodge
Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Black Rhino Game Reserve, Pilanesberg
Welcome to Kubu Metsi Safari Lodge,
Family owned, Self Catering Kubu Metsi Safari Lodge is the perfect escape to...
Nkala Safari Lodge
Game Lodges, Self Catering in Pilanesberg
Nkala Safari Lodge is a Luxury Exclusive use Self Catering Lodge.
The accommodation comprises 1 x 70sqm Honeymoon...
Kamogelo Guest House
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses in Pilanesberg
Nestled next to the embrace of the ancient Pilanesberg volcanic crater a mere 5 km away, Kamogelo (which means...
Guest Lodge, Game Lodges in Black Rhino Game Reserve, Pilanesberg
Welcome to Mbazo Safaris,
Mbazo Safaris Lodge is located in the Black Rhino Game Reserve forms an additional...
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Lodge, Game Lodges in Pilanesberg
Tambuti Private lodge has 5 luxurious suites, two twin bed suites and 3 king bed suites, each suite is themed on an...
Lush Private Game Lodge
Game Lodges in Pilanesberg
An ideal family retreat, Lush Private Game Lodge boasts 5 spacious luxury suites and 3 Deluxe Suites, which will...
Bakubung Self-Catering Apartment
Apartments, Self Catering in Pilanesberg
Welcome to Bakubung Self-Catering Apartment,
A 2 bedroom chalet consisting of a queen bed in the main bedroom, 2...
The Kingdom Resort
Chalets, Self Catering, Resorts, Villas in Pilanesberg
Wake up to a Pilanesberg sunrise and breathe in a truly unique African atmosphere when staying at The Kingdom Resort...
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Game reserve was amazing ... beautiful landscape!
Wild animals and the nature.
Game drives. Scenery. Tented camp location.. Friendly warm staff. Clean facilities.
The game reserve and all the animals.
Tented Adventures and game drives.
The Game Drive with an amazing ranger dubbed "the Buffalo solider", we had a free lunch which was in life's in the price.
The beautiful mountains and wild life just had me in a tranquil mode.
Definitely a do again for me.
The scenery is breathtaking and the wildlife is abundant. Sadly, the roads in the Pilanesburg are in terrible condition. Black Rhino Reserve however is well maintained and a spectacular place to visit.
ALL ANIMAL SIGHT OF ANIMALS AND RESORT FACILITIES..
Plenty of game. Routes well marked.
More info about Pilanesberg
The Pilanesberg area lies in an unusual and ancient geological formation known as a ring dyke complex. This phenomenon occurs when an underground volcano fails to erupt and the magma cools below the surface. The centre collapses and this is roughly where Pilanesberg’s Mankwe Dam is currently located. Millions of years of erosion then exposed the hard rocky mountains surrounding the ring.
In the 1960s, farms and tribal land in the Pilanesberg (named after the Tswana chief Pilane) was purchased by the government with a view to creating a national game park. Vast quantities of wildlife were introduced and today the Pilanesberg National Park is flourishing.
The area is easily accessed via direct scenic roads from Johannesburg and Pretoria and is a popular weekend getaway for these city’s residents.
The malaria-free game lodges and resorts in the area are sophisticated and comfortable, the roads are excellent, wildlife observable and the accommodation is luxurious, no rough living... Show more