This is one of the most famous zoos in the world and the largest in South Africa. Divided into several sections where animal ... More
National Zoological Gardens of South Africa
This is one of the most famous zoos in the world and the largest in South Africa. Divided into several sections where animal lovers can gaze in awe at their favorites, the most interesting feature of the zoo is the newly renovated aquarium and reptile park. Visitors can also take a ride in the famous cable cars, which provide marvelous views of the whole zoo and city. The Australian koala bear, which is not found anywhere else in Africa, is one of the newest animals to be added to the zoo's family. Tickets are sold until 16:30.
We recently visited Mystic Monkeys & Feathers Wildlife Park in Rust de Winter, Limpopo province. What a great family outing. This pristine park was clean and tidy, the enclosures well maintained and the animals well looked after. It is also not far from Pta, a mere 45 minutes drive close to the carousel. I will definitely recommend this Wildlife Park, especially parents with children. There are so much to see and to learn.
We are American and have been to this zoo three times in the past 16 months, it is that good. It could stand a little cleanup and remodelling (which they are attempting) but other than that it is a good zoo. We have seen something new or different every time we have gone.
Well honestly,its a very nice place.I've there twice and enjoyed it so much having to see my little brothers and cousins ask questions and run around shouting 'Look Look'.Its also very advicable to bond and spend time with family while watching and being entertained by the animals.Looking foward to visiting again next Monday.
I have been ther recently, and it was awful in the past, we (my family and I) went there for the animals, but more for the slush puppies. Now that is GOOD.
Most of the animals have moved, and they don't tell you where they are, also the Zoovernire shop (a shop were you can buy souvenirs)were CLOSED the whole day.
I would rather use my money on the Melrose House or the Transvaal museum or even the museum of science and tegnology.
I would recommend: avoid the Zoo, unless you want to see animals, go to ANY museum and enjoy it (exept the police museum).
The Pretoria is absolutey my family's favourite place to visit. The place and animals are looked after extremely well. Ever so often the zoo is improved on and expanding. My son definetly does not get enough of the zoo. A day and money well spent. Fun for the whole family
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