Ever wanted to hug a dinosaur, take personal note of their true size and ponder whether it be a good or bad thing we no long coinhabit this earth? Well then The Sudwala Dinosaur Park near Nelspruit in Mpumalanga is where you should visit. A pre-historic themed park with life-sized dinosaur models that forms part of the PR Owen museum. Also home to the well known Sudwala Caves, another must see. Such fun to hang out there! (Top pic taken off their Website)

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