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  • Accommodations are very basic but a good value
  • There is a good restaurant if you want a break from self-catering
  • Lovely pool, which is a delight on a hot day


  • More downmarket than other options in the area
  • Can be full of noisy campers and late-night revelers

Updated 11/12/2014

Fodor's Review

In a thinly wooded savanna east of Pilanesberg's volcanic ridges, this resort offers affordable accommodations in the Sun City area for those travelers who want to experience the region but can't pay five-star prices. Manyane is simple but well located, efficiently run, and clean. Thatch roofing helps soften the harsh lines of bare tile floors and brick. You can choose from a two- or four-bed chalet with a small, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom; there are also furnished

tents with electricity, and the camping facilities are also very popular. Self-guided nature trails lead from the chalets, providing interesting background on the geology and flora of the park. You can also take advantage of the outdoor chess and trampoline.

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Hotel Information


Manyane, Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa



Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 14 4-bed chalets, 10 2-bed chalets
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 11/12/2014

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