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Sun City - The Palace of the Lost City
Sun City - Paradise and the Playground capital of South Africa

The Palace of the Lost City

Sun City Resort, South Africa

The Palace of the Lost City, Two Golf Courses, make the Sun City Resort South Africa the ideal luxury, family and adventure destination.

Sun City - "Africa's Kingdom of Pleasure"

Sun City resort is only two hours drive from Johannesburg, making this "oasis" the ideal venue to relax for a day or two at the start of your holiday to South Africa or for a week end break during a business trip.

Sun City resort offers a wide choice of accommodation from the informal
Sun City Cabanas to the "6 star" The Palace Hotel and Lost City.

What ever you want, you'll find it at Sun City resort from sizzling entertainment, a world-class casino and restaurants to cater for all tastes, to more relaxed poolside venues, quite places, lush gardens and extensive sporting facilities including two world-class golf courses. Sun City is the home of the Million-Dollar Golf Challenge and for the more adventurous the zipline.

The Palace of the  Lost City
The Palace pool
Two night 3 day tours:

Cost based on minimum of 2 guests traveling together

Two nights accommodation per person sharing -FROM Cost
Sun City Cabanas B&B ZAR 3 170.00
Sun City Hotel 4 Star B&B ZAR 5 858.00
Cascades Hotel 5 Star B&B ZAR 6 747.00
The Palace of the Lost City "6" Star B&B ZAR 8 829.00

Prices valid to 31st December 2011

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Self drive options are also available - find out more here.

Please Note:

Over weekends the minimum stay permitted is 2 nights. (Friday & Saturday or Saturday & Sunday) The above prices are per person sharing in a standard room.

Includes:
  • Hotel or guest house pick-up in Johannesburg/Sandton and return transfers in a luxury air-conditioned mini-van or sedan, with a registered tourist guide

  • Brief "orientation tour" of Sun City

  • Two nights' luxury accommodation at one of Sun City's Hotels in a standard room

  • Buffet breakfast

  • Access to the Valley of Waves at Sun City

  • VAT and tourism levy
Excludes
  • Lunches and dinners, there is an exceptional variety of restaurants in the complex where you can enjoy a Top Class meal.

  • All drinks and items of a personal nature.

  • All activities at Sun City

  • Gratuities

  • Travel Insurance

Private Transfers betwen Johannesburg and from Sun City
  • R1 890.00 per vehicle VW Microbus or a sedan, one way. (Max 7 guests)

  • R1 980.00 per vehicle for a luxury vehicle - Mercedes Benz or Toyota Fortuner, one way. (Max 3 guests)

  • Being a private transfer we will transfer you at a time the will suit you to meet any flight or meeting, not like the scheduled transfers.

The Lost City
Room in the Palace
Attractions:

Waterworld is a vast man made lake offering almost any water sport you could want, parasailing, water-skiing, jet-skis, paddleboats and more.

The Valley of Waves - a water adventure world for young and old. Take a ride down the Lazy River, surf the waves in the wave pool or soak up the sun on the palm-fringed, white sand beach.

Adjoining Sun City is the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, which hosts the Big Five. This is a malaria free area.

For all its sophistication, the complex is well geared for families. Qualified staff organize activities throughout the day at Kamp Kwena, a well-run holiday program for youngsters. There is also mini-golf, a fully equipped children's playground, an aviary, a small mine where the little ones can dig for treasure and an animal farm. And of course The Valley of Waves with it's palm-fringed beach.

From Sun City you can fly via Johannesburg to Cape Town, Victoria Falls and any destination in South Africa, so your visit to Sun City can be worked into any itinerary while visiting our wonderful country.

Sun City pool

The Palace reception
The Palace cocktail lounge

Did You Know?
Read these interesting facts about South Africa:

Sun City is nestled in the rolling hills of a dormant 1.3 million-year-old volcano named Pilanesberg, this is one of South Africa's most scenic locations.

Sun City was developed by the hotel magnate Sol Kerzner as part of his Sun International group of properties. It was officially opened on 7 December 1979.

At the time it was located in Bophuthatswana. As Bophuthatswana had been declared an independent state by South Africa's apartheid government (although unrecognized as such by any other country), it was allowed to provide 'immoral' entertainment (in the eyes of the South African government) such as gambling and topless revue shows, which were banned in South Africa, so it was very popular with South Africans.
Sun City has now developed into a great family and child freindly resort.

The Gary Player Country Club has bee voted as the best golf course in South Africa. During the first week of December it is home to the prestigious Nedbank Golf Challenge (formerly the Nedbank Million Dollar Golf Challenge), Africa's Open, The most significant restructuring of 'Africa’s Major' in its 32-year history will feature an increased 30-man field competing for a total purse of $6.5 million at the Gary Player Country Club – an increase of $1.5 million on the 2012 prize money. The first place cheque will remain $1.25 million, and last place will be worth $100 000.
The Lost City Golf Course is noted for the 38 live crocodiles in the water feature of the 13th hole. Sun City is a golfers Paradise.

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