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It was heart breaking to see the animals so sad and depressed. I have been to many zoo's and can see the difference in the animals who are happy and content and those who are hating life. Most of the enclosures were empty and most...More
This place once an example of how a zoo should look like is now a rundown dilapidated disappointing tourist attraction. The area is not safe, overcrowded and crime is at the order of the day. Will not advise to visist
A lot of the enclosures were empty. There was quite a lot of litter lying around. Johannesburg Zoo is in a better condition the only reason we went to this zoo is for the golf carts which is a must if you have small children.
Amazing experience for the whole family: toddlers to grandparents. Cages, facilities and animals are in great condition. The gardens are exceptionally beautiful! Cable cars, golf cars, mini train, snack shops, restaurants, photo purchases, and lots more! Safe parking. Brought back a lot of childhood memories!
The Pretoria Zoo is a lovely place where you can pass the day with your kids. The cable cars are a cheap fun experience as well. My four kids absolutely loved our day at the zoo. It is pram friendly and you can hire buggies...More
Entrance fee is R110 for adults which I think is high. Had huge expectation with that entrance fee but was left unsatisfied. The zoo itself is massive. We hired a golf cart to get around-easy and that was fun. I think 2 hours using the...More
We found most of the animals to be in good condition although we were surprised by multiple repeats of many small breeds (like ground hornbills) and it began to feel a bit scooby-doo-ish. Signage and animal information is lacking throughout and the grounds themselves need...More