Tram 18 will take you to the Pretoria Botanical Garden and Zoo, so both attractions are easy to reach. The botanical garden is free and a walk is also very enjoyable. We just walked in front and did not see the greenhouse. The front lawn, garden, flowers and fountain are very well maintained, neat and clean. Walking around the front garden, it is easy to enjoy the view from all angles. The road is level, wheelchair accessible and passable. Benches are placed along the perimeter of the road to take a breather and rest and enjoy the beauty of the botanical garden.
The big botanical garden on the outskirts of Bituo occupies a large area. I haven’t finished shopping for two hours. All kinds of African things, tall trees, verdant lawns, and unique little thatched cottages are very fascinating. Tickets seem to be less than 30 rand. One person, very cost-effective. There is a cafe inside, which can solve Chinese food, and the grilled ribs are very good.
The large-scale botanical garden dominated by African vegetation is very large and is one of the nine national botanical gardens in South Africa.
The botanical garden is a wild place, where many drought-resistant plants unique to Africa are planted. The trees and grass are very dry, and the play area is quite large.
The botanical garden is very large, with various plants, very beautiful. There are all kinds of small animals moving freely in the park, no one will harm them, it is very harmonious