Lion and Safari Park, Broederstroom

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Get extremely close to wild animals at Lion and Safari Park, an interactive wildlife viewing park located in the "Cradle of Humankind" World Heritage Site. Opt for a safari tour, either in a large truck for game viewing or in a four-wheel drive, and admire over twenty animal species, including lions, giraffes, antelopes, zebras, and many others. Accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide, you'll be able to participate in a number of activities, such as feeding giraffes, petting baby lions, and walking with cheetahs. The park also houses gift shops, stores, and restaurants. Before you head to Broederstroom, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Broederstroom tour planner, to make sure you see all that Broederstroom has to offer, including Lion and Safari Park.
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  • We visited the tour with our 1 year old and found it memorable. You can buy food and feed giraffes up close at the place. We did an hour Safari Tour with Matilda as our guide. Informative, insightful....  more
    We visited the tour with our 1 year old and found it memorable. You can buy food and feed giraffes up close at the place. We did an hour Safari Tour with Matilda as our guide. Informative, insightful....  more »
  • Affascinated! I love animals and to see all this special anmols very close was amazing Lions zebra giraf zebra Chita ecc.. All amazing 🤩 I love rye lion 🦁 king 
    Affascinated! I love animals and to see all this special anmols very close was amazing Lions zebra giraf zebra Chita ecc.. All amazing 🤩 I love rye lion 🦁 king  more »
  • My favorite escape place, the calm and peace of sitting by the restaurant looking over the animals and watching people feed the giraffe 
    My favorite escape place, the calm and peace of sitting by the restaurant looking over the animals and watching people feed the giraffe  more »
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  • Great place to bring the kids. Something I enjoyed doing as a family. I always do the self drive mainly just a preference the guides are amazing but I prefer taking my time and enjoying every moment. Prices are reasonable and the family gets to do something fun. I would definitely recommend it.
  • Wonderful experience of having a look at lions up-close. We also had the opportunity of looking at Cheetahs, Hyenas and Ostriches. The tour guide gave us abundant information about all the animals. I bet kids will enjoy a lot more. Must visit place in Hartbeespoort, South Africa.
  • And awesome outing experience for all safes all out experience to get up and close to the most dangerous predators on earth.
  • The best experience for me to explore the safari . I was lucky that we visited the place in the afternoon timing. I suggest everyone to visit this in the afternoon, because they feed the lions at 3 o'clock, that's why the lions behave actively. I saw them running around food truck which was the perfect scene to look at. I saw them waiting for food ,before entering food truck in the premises how lions roam around . THEY FEED them every SAT & SUN . So if anyone is planning to visit this place plan it accordingly.
  • Did not enjoy the experience, despite loving to see the animals. Authorities should not allow this kind of company to continue - the animals are stressed with too many cars allowed into the cages. A feeding slot at midday showed how hungry the lions were - in the heat they came rushing toward the food vehicle. (There is no way for them to catch their own food.) The cubs were visibly stressed as cars drove with a half metre of them. In another cage, a guide allowed visitors to feed giraffes commercial potato chips and when we remarked to the international guests that probably was not a good idea, he boldly announced that it had happened for years. Lastly, there was a sick buck in one of the cages, that would have been eaten by predators in the wild, and nature would not allow it to die a slow death. The impression I got was this was a money-hungry business. So sad! This is not a healthy environment for animals and humans should know better than this! We have advanced! (Why did we go? With a guest hosting international visitors. Won’t ever go again.)

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