Panthera Africa Sunset Visits

Sunset is a magical time of day here at Panthera Africa, and they love sharing this sacred time with their four-legged friends! Panthera would like to invite you to join in this unique experience and you may even hear and see the lions roar!
Come and enjoy the early evening with your loved ones as the sun sets and the cats come alive after a long day of rest!
Your passionate host will take you around to the big cat enclosures and tell you their heartfelt stories, and how they came to be at Panthera Africa. Learn interesting and important facts about each specie and the big cat industry as a whole. Enjoy the unique atmosphere as you observe and photograph the big cats at this enchanted time.

Sunset visit – Pre-booking Essential!

Time: Saturdays @ 5pm or 6pm (depending on time of sunset) from October – March, or by special arrangement
Please arrive 15 min prior to your visit as we start on the hour
Minimum of 4 people, maximum of 25 people
Duration: 2 hours
Price: R490. Only for people 16 years and older.
Bring your camera, wear comfortable shoes for your walking experience and a jacket for cold or windy weather

Can’t make it on a Saturday? We can arrange a special sunset visit for you and your loved ones on another evening in the week. Please book 3-4 days in advance. Subject to availability.

Click here to book – https://pantheraafrica.activitar.com/services/6391

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