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Polokwane Game Reserve

Polokwane Game Reserve offers excellent game viewing of as many as 21 species including white rhino, sable antelope and giraffe. There are a number of walks, including a one-day 20km hiking trail with overnight accommodation. The Polokwane Nature Reserve also conserves the Pietersburg Plateau false grassland that is home to important indigenous birds such as the short-clawed lark, the ashy tit and the Kalahari scrub-robin. Comfortable accommodation is available in self-catering chalets. A well-managed and well-equipped caravan site is adjacent to the reserve.

Silicon Road
Tel: +27 (0)15 290 2331

Polokwane Bird and Reptile Park

The Polokwane Bird and Reptile Park has over 280 indigenous and exotic bird species and a variety of snakes, lizards and crocodiles. There are also numerous picnic spots as well as an 18-hole golf course.

Lordton Road 118, Ivydale
Tel: +27 (0)15 292 1719
E-mail: brunozanna@gmail.com

Cape Vultures at Moletjie Bird Sanctuary

Cape Vultures are one of the largest raptors in Africa and are endemic to South Africa. The population of Cape Vultures has been dwindling and the species is considered vulnerable. The Moletjie Bird Sanctuary in Polokwane is internationally-acclaimed for its work in the protection of the Cape Vulture.

Polokwane Game Reserve, Silicon Road
Tel: +27 (0)15 290 2331

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