Established in 1966 the Park offers a self-drive option and also guided tours. Visitors get to interact with young Lion cubs and also the opportunity to get ‘up close and personal with Africa’s largest predators through a leisurely walk that takes about 40 minutes. Guides game drive and night drive also available.
Situated just north east of Johannesburg lies a warm big-sky region which is the source of the world’s largest diamond. Rich with natural, cultural and historical attractions. This place offers game viewing, hiking, birding, water sports, museums, restaurants, conferencing, festivals and vibrant traditional culture and places of historical interests.
Situated in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site is a place called Maropeng which means in Setswana ‘returning to the place of origin’. The area has about 280 businesses from b&b’s to large game farms. Visitors are taken on a tour through geographical times, history of life on our planet and the history of the planet itself. Plus lots of surprises.
Explore the traditional village life of the South African indigenous people. Situated in the Cradle of Humankind see and experience traditional Africa.
Cruisin' the streets of Soweto