Manchester United's players enjoyed an afternoon off in Durban with most of the group taking up an invitation to a local safari park.
While Paul Scholes and Michael Carrick went to play golf with Sir Alex Ferguson at Zimbali Country Club, the rest of the Tour 2012 squad headed to PheZulu Safari Park where they saw giraffes, zebras and wildebeests during a drive around the main park.
The lads also visited the reptile centre where they were introduced to a giant 108-year-old crocodile and a Boa constrictor called Fluffy. While some players didn't fancy going anywhere near the snake, Robbie Brady was the first to volunteer to hold it, while Anderson, Rio Ferdinand and Kiko Macheda were among those who also showed no fear.
Later, the squad were treated to a show from some African dancers, and borrowed some of their headwear and weapons for a photo opportunity.
Between them, club photographers John and Matt Peters covered both activities - golf and safari - and you can see some of their work in ManUtd.com's match gallery. Look out for more photos to browse or buy as prints at www.manutdpics.com.