Pilansberg National Park

The Pilansberg National Park covers some 55 000 hectares and is the fourth largest park in Southern Africa. It is perched on the eroded vestiges of one of the only three alkaline volcanic craters in the world. The area is world famous for it’s unique geology, formed more that one thousand million years ago by huge volcanic eruptions. The unique size, shape and volcanic origins of the rock combined with millions of years of weathering have given the landscape a wide variety of geologic features.

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