Situated just outside Krugersdorp, and a 30-minute drive from the Johannesburg Central Business District, this reserve caters ... More
Krugersdorp Game Reserve
Situated just outside Krugersdorp, and a 30-minute drive from the Johannesburg Central Business District, this reserve caters for day visitors, stay-over guests and conference delegates. Lion, rhino, giraffe, buffalo, hippo and a host of other species inhabit the reserve. A snack kiosk serves light meals. There are also picnic areas and swimming pools. The conference rooms and the Ngonyama Lion Lodge and Conference Centre include a restaurant and ladies cocktail lounge.
Well, not actually me, but I spoke to a chap who has been staying there for a very long time. It was the first time that he complained about everything; the food, the accomodadation, the upkeep, the condition of the linen, the pub, etc. I have been involved with the park since the days of Jackie Fourie. I knew Eeb, GEorge Paulus, your late husban and son. I think you need a hellping hand and is you so wish, please contact me. BY the way, I also assisted to write the book by A.P. Duvenage. My number is (011) 660*-1915 or 082 906 3650. Things will come right, Erna!
This Game reserve is for people who just want a quit, but worthwhile, half day trip to see wildlife. I went during the week and it was not crowded. You can drive your own car right through. I was very satasified at the amount of animals I saw. I would recommened this for families with young.The Reserve is a little more than 40 minutes drive from central Johannesburg. It costs 40R($6.50) for each person.
Enjoy your trip!
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