Things to do at The Palace of the Lost City
From the swimming pool to safari, we invite you to experience distinctive African activities at The Palace of the Lost City. Set in the world-renowned Sun City resort and bordering the Pilanesberg National Park, the wide variety of things to do at The Palace of the Lost City runs the gamut between classic luxury and thrilling adventure.
From sunrise hot-air balloon rides to sundowner cocktails, this is a destination made for lovers. Discover romantic things to do at The Palace of the Lost City, such as lounging beside our swimming pools, dining out at our five-star restaurants, or enjoying bespoke spa treatments in the privacy of your room. Don't miss the chance to toast the rising sun on an early morning hot-air balloon ride over the plains of the Pilanesberg National Park or discover the Big Five up close on a game drive or rhino-tracking safari.
Family-friendly activities at The Palace of the Lost City will give you a chance to find your fun and make lasting memories. Sun City is home to Africa's only inland beach, the Valley of Waves, which features a staggering choice of fun things to do. Make it a day at the seaside; frolic in the waves of the Roaring Lagoon, ride the Lazy River or slide down the thrilling Temple of Courage. Discover even more family entertainment at The Palace of the Lost City when you explore Sun Central, Sun City's action-packed centre of fun.
With so many things to do at The Palace of the Lost City, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Thrill-seekers, test your mettle down the world's longest zip slide. Golf enthusiasts, choose from two world-class golf courses (or take a swing for victory at the golf simulator in the Hall of Fame). Dine out at a five-star restaurant, bliss-out at one of our award-winning spas or head out for an adventure at Mankwe Game Trackers.
- Due to limitations on capacity, access to Sun City Resort will only be granted to Hotel and Sun Vacation Club residents, Sun MVG members and guests with confirmed golf bookings. No day visitors allowed until further notice.