Luxury with Legacy
Luxury with Legacy

The Palace, Sun City, South Africa

South Africa
Situated at the southern tip of Africa, South Africa is edged on three sides by nearly 3,000 kms of coastline, with the Indian Ocean to the east and The Atlantic Ocean to the west. It is a vast country with widely varying landscapes and has 11 official languages, as well as
an equally diverse population. South Africa is renowned for its wines and is one of the world’s largest producers of gold.

Sun City
One of Africa’s premier vacation destinations, Sun City in South Africa is internationally recognised for its superb resort offering of hotels, attractions and worldclass events. From the lavish opulence of The Palace to the casual elegance of the Cascades, the glamour of the annual Nedbank Golf Challenge to the tropical thrills of the Valley of the Waves, Sun City delivers plenty to see and do in a beautiful landscape.

Location
In the Sun City Resort, adjacent to the Pilanesberg National Park.

Country
South Africa

Region
Africa

Nearest City
Sun City

By Air
Fly to Johannesburg to Pilanesberg followed by 2 – 3 hrs drive to Sun City.

Recommended Stay
3 nights

Recommended add-on
Johannesburg, Cape Town, George, Kruger

Best time to visit
Long sunny days, hence the title, ‘Sunny South Africa’. It has summer rainfall, except for the Western Cape experiencing winter rainfall. Winter temperatures can go down to 2°c, summers can be very  hot, in excess of 35°c in some places. Recommended time to travel is September – May.

Lost City Golf Course
Designed by Gary Player, this 18 hole, par 72, desert-style course covers 100 hectares and incorporates extensive water features.

The Royal Spa
Take some time for yourself and enjoy a massage in the privacy of your room or at the Palace Pool.

From its inception in 1992, The Palace – a Leading Hotel of the World, has enthralled, and amazed visitors from all over the globe. This addition to the Pilanesberg landscape is dwarfed in years by the 1,300 million year old extinct volcanic site on which it is built. The Mankwe Lake, a game draw-card, marks the centre of the ancient volcano. The 55,000 hectare, Pilanesberg National Park, borders on the Sun City complex. It was opened in 1979, and is to date the largest game re-settlement project in the history of South Africa. The term “Super Seven” was coined for the Park, as cheetah and wild dogs can be found, in addition to elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo. The diverse vegetation supports a wealth of other mammals, birds, reptiles, and tree species. Danie de Jager’s bronze wildlife
sculptures in the grounds of The Palace, pay powerful homage to these living treasures. Explore the option of a guided game drive or a hot air balloon safari for unforgettable viewing opportunities. It’s time to be intrigued by the ancient!

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