The Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens is located at Gauteng, South Africa, and is a heaven for the birdwatchers and wildlife lovers. The gardens hosts over 220 bird species and 600 plant species.
The star attraction of the Walter Sisulu National Botabical Gardens are the breeding pair of Verreaux’s Eagles and tourists spend hours together to sight these magnificent birds. There are also numerous mammals and reptiles which exist in the gardens.
|Entry Fee||:||Adults - R40 , Pensioners: R27 , University students (with valid student cards): R27 , Scholars: R15 , Children under 6 yrs: Free , BOTSOC members: Free , Pensioners: Free on Tuesdays.|
|Best Time to Visit||:||September - November|
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