Worth a visit but it's a bit on the expensive side and no guarantee of seeing any animals.
Getting in to the Park is a bit of an ordeal as you have to buy Safari Cards in the booking office which you then present to get into the Park & unlucky if the booking office has made a mistake; it takes ages to sort out!
There are few ways you can take a tour. You can book through one of the many travel companies or drive yourself (you will need a 4x4) or turn up at the gate and take the safari bus.
The park is well sign posted & everyone stops to ask you what animals you have seen, where they were & how long ago.
We visited at a time when there had been heavy rain so many of the animals were still hiding out but we did see the giraffes, impala, swimming hippos, balck rhino, buffalo, many birds and lions. No zebras for us but I was happy to see the lions as they were being particularly elusive on this day! It's a bit of a surreal experience seeing these wild animals against a city skyline but it's abslotely worth the 6am start!
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