- Sun City is now open again.
- Staff celebrated by doing the #JerusalemaChallenge, and a drone was there to capture the dance.
- During lockdown monkeys took over a kiddies play area, Sun International says.
- It is now set up for social-distanced gambling.
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Sun City is open again, with both the The Palace of the Lost City and the Sun Vacation Club operating, Sun International says.
And in celebration, staff did the #JerusalemaChallenge, with a drone filming the dance. (Watch it below.)
Returning patrons will find the resort a little different. Swimming pools will be limited to 50 people at a time, and every second seat has been removed on slot machine floors. Table gambling will be limited to four players per table.
The huge resort grounds did not go entirely unused during lockdown, Sun International says. Monkeys were spotted in a children's play area, and lawns and a golf course hosted grazing buck and warthog.
A leopard was also spotted "on the outlying edges of the property".
In an effort to lure vacationers back, Sun City is running special two-night packages for golfers, who can stay in The Palace for around R4,000 per person per night, and also has a competition for those booking before end November which could land them a luxury suite and free dining and activities.
Watch the staff of Sun City do the #JerusalemaChallenge in front of The Palace to celebrate the reopening of the resort.
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