Going to Kruger National Park? Discover 360-degree cinema!
The Kruger National Park is possibly one of the largest nature reserves in the country. There are certainly millions of families who come to the zoo on these vacations.
We keep our fingers crossed that the president does not shut down the country.
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If they stay open, you can check out the 360 cinema they just launched. The innovative KRUGER 360 cinema, which will offer guests an immersive cinematic experience in the middle of the Kruger National Park.
The cinema is located within the grounds of the Kruger station located in the Skukuza rest camp. It has a unique construction – a cylinder with a 360 wrap-around screen inside that provides guests with an immersive viewing experience no matter which direction you are facing.
All you do is sit on chairs that swivel and swivel to fully enjoy the 360 experience! How cool?
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“We’re starting with two licensed 360 wildlife films and a space safari film, while also working on a bespoke piece specifically focused on Kruger to create something that will appeal to young and old alike. We can’t wait for customers to enjoy what we’ve built, ”said Judiet Barnes, Executive Director: Brand, Sales and Marketing.
Films showing at the theaters will be shown during Kruger Station opening hours and will focus on conservation stories.
Tickets for both wildlife shows cost R 75 per person (special opening) and can currently be purchased at the Grab and Go retail counter. Please check website and social media for exact screening times.
See how it goes here.