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This adventure down in the caves where very historic discoveries has been made was fabulous! Highly recommend it. Before entering in to the caverns, there is educational display with great information, take the time to read it!
Spacious, well equipped cottage on stilts overlooking the surrounding hills. Quiet and serene. Guests are transported to their cottages by golf cart and must not walk to the restaurant after dark due to possible animals wandering the grounds. Chef was very good at accomodating for...More
With a short one-day stop in Joburg before our safari, we decided to make this one of two excursion. It was worth it. The only regret is that we didn't have time to view everything. From the outside, it looks deceivingly small. Going to the...More
My husband and I did a day trip from Pretoria with Ulysses tours.
We visited Sterkfontein Caves first. Being 8 months pregnant, everyone was skeptical of our visit, but it ended up being fine for me. Other pregnant women may want to skip this part...More
We only had an hour on our way to the Airport. Not enough time to do it justice but had to battle through very unruly school kids all not under the control of their Teachers.
Be aware if you are elderly you may get tripped...More
I was on a business trip nearby but extended my stay in order to visit the museum at Maropeng. Wow! I'm so glad I did. We managed to see the whole museum, which was in full operation and laid out in a way that brings...More
If you are visiting or passing through Johannesburg a stop at the caves and museum at the Cradle of Humankind is well worth your time. At the caves you descend through a narrow entrance to explore the limestone caverns where the remains of numerous members...More