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Fun Time Tours & Safaris have a wide range of packages available for every different taste and adventure. For getaways with a difference we can offer you vast knowledge and experience in the industry.

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ZAR1750-00 per person, (Minimum 2 people)
ZAR1500-00 per person, (3 - 4 people)
ZAR1400-00 per person, (5 - 8 people)

Includes Entrance Fee's - Excludes Lunch

Visit some majestic natural sights and remarkable scenery of the Blyde River Canyon. Stops at Spectacular Waterfalls on route - including Pilgrims Rest an old gold mining town frozen in time, now a national monument, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Three Rondavels and the Pinnacle. This is one of the most scenic routes in the region, cool mountain air, lush plant life and majestic mountains, a must see for any visitor.


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ZAR1350-00 per person, (Minimum 2 people)
ZAR1200-00 per person, (3 - 4 people)
ZAR1150-00 per person, (5 - 8 people)

Includes: Entrance Fees
09h00 to 15h00 (Every hour)

Following an introductory presentation, day visitors are treated to an in-depth tour of the Centre. Open safari vehicles with experienced guides depart on the hour. Moving between the various enclosures, guests can view cheetah, wild dog, lions, black-footed cats, African wild cats, ground hornbills, Sable antelope and much more in an up close and personal manner.
Guests are also afforded the opportunity of watching rare African vultures feeding on carcass remains at the “Vulture Restaurant”. This area attracts mostly White-backed and Hooded vultures, although the Lappet-faced vulture Cape Griffon, Marabou stork and Bateleur eagle also frequent the area fairly regularly.

Cheetah Sprint: (bookings essential)
Cheetah runs were implemented in order to exercise the cheetahs, with the intention of keeping them healthy. You now have the opportunity to view the cheetah runs which take place daily at 8:00 for two hours, it also includes a DVD screening and a tour of the Centre. 

Tour including Cheetah Sprint - daily at 08h00


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ZAR985-00 per person, Minimum. 2
ZAR750-00 per person, (3 - 4 people)
ZAR600-00 per person, (5 - 7 people)

"Khamai" is an old Greek word meaning Chameleon which essentially means little lion. These completely harmless reptiles are feared by many inhabitants of Africa. This unreasonable fear also exists with snakes yet most snakes are themselves also totally harmless. The Khamai Reptile Centre has a dedicated team that works at saving reptiles by all means possible. We believe that education is a powerful tool that should play a major role in conservation.
Each animals habitat has a legend with lots of useful information regarding feeding, venoms, distribution and other interesting facts about the animal on display.

Interactive Tour - This tour is designed to allow for an unforgettable hands on experience with a number of animals at the park. A curator will guide you through the facility and give you an intimate hands on experience with live animals. You will be allowed to feed, touch and photograph some of the more interesting reptile. Your guide will take reptiles out of the enclosures for you to genuinely interact with the animals in a safe humane manner.

Opened Daily from 08h00 to 17h00


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Elli Back

ZAR3550-00 per person, (Minimum 2 people)
ZAR3100-00 per person, (3 - 4 people)
ZAR2850-00 per person, (5 - 8 people)

Includes: Entrance Fees
Must be there at 06h00

Introduction and orientation into the personalities of the elephants – providing useful information that will no doubt both entertain and educate. And so begins the elephant safari. Each participant is partnered with an elephant based on temperament. Guests mount their elephant via a specially constructed ramp. Atop their mighty spines, guests soon become lulled by the step by step amble – the gentle “side to side” rocking motion. Moving in single file, silence reigns. A silence with no words – but with beautiful harmonious communication of the bush and its inhabitants.
Share in the ultimate African experience. View tree tops, birds' nests, and giraffes almost face to face. Sail high above the bushveld and feel part of the environment, instead of being just a passive observer. On elephant back, one is truly an integral part of the experience.
This is truly a memorable and humbling experience. Their sheer size and presence are humbling.


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ZAR1850-00 per person, (Minimum 2 people)
ZAR1600-00 per person, (3 - 4 people)
ZAR1350-00 per person, (5 - 8 people)

Includes: Entrance Fees
Times: 09h00 to 17h00Shangaan dancing can be arranged

The residents of the traditional villages of Shangana invite guests to share in the way of life of the Shangaan people. The picturesque villages are set in the shade of ancient trees in a reserve of forest and grassland. In the village, the guide explains different facets of the Shangaan way of life, including their history and customs, initiation ceremonies, the practice of polygamy, the outfits and weapons of masocho (warriors), the construction of homes, ornate beadwork clothing, and the preparation of food. After saying good bye to the family, the guests visit the mystical kraal of the Sangoma (traditional healer). The Sangoma explains different mutis (medicines) and may throw his bones on request. Special tours for groups may be arranged where people from surrounding villages come to show off the traditional Shangaan dancing.



ZAR1200-00 per person, (Minimum 4 people)
ZAR1100-00 per person, (5 - 8 people)

Includes: Entrance Fees
Times: 12h00 (Bookings 24 hours in advance)

The "Roots of Rhythm" show group offer a unique and vibrant show. It provides visitors with a better understanding of the rich cultural background of the Limpopo Tribes. Tribal tunes, dynamic dance styles and earthly drumming is the highlight for the guests. The songs and dances of the Shona & Venda, the Tsonga, the Shangaan, the Pedi and the BaHananawa (Tswana), the Swati and Zulu dances come to life.