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Sudwala Caves

586 Reviews

Sudwala Caves

586 Reviews
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nasihasurtee wrote a review Jan 2021
Johannesburg, South Africa11 contributions
These caves are awe-inspiring and such an amazing experience. A must visit for anyone in the area or passing by. The information boards that were made to adjust during Covid are thoughtful, informative, short and quirky and even the teens enjoyed reading them. The guides and staff were super friendly and eager to answer any questions. Amazing milkshakes can be bought at the restaurant and great views from the deck of the surrounding mountains. Great value and money well spent.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Lungi N wrote a review Jan 2021
Durban, South Africa66 contributions44 helpful votes
The Sudwala Caves are worth a visit. There seem to be two entrances- coming from the caves parking you can go up a very steep climb up stairs or from the parking at the dinosaur park you can take gentle, leisurely walk with amazing views. Due to Covid regulations they no longer offer guided tours so you do a self guided walk but there are plenty of tour guides located around the caves who share interesting information. Inside it is very spacious and there is a lot to wonder and marvel at and learn about. The time will fly past without you realising it.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Guide50362846025 wrote a review Dec 2020
Sandton, South Africa2 contributions
The facilities are extremely well kept, clean and tidy. The staff are helpful and friendly. All covid protocols are maintained.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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WanguiG wrote a review Dec 2020
Sandton, South Africa79 contributions16 helpful votes
I was in awe of this magnificent work of nature, such wide and high spaces in some parts that you would be forgiven for thinking you were in a cathedral and not a cave. They have an amphitheatre in there!! what?!.... So glad we visited. Only disappointment was that the neighbouring Butterfly park at the entrance had released the butterflies so there was not much to see there. Awesome gift shops and hilarious guides make the experience informative and unforgettable. There's a steep set of steps from the parking lot to the cave entrance but after that, the rest is manageable even for an adventurous 3-year-old. Strategic lighting all over the caves make the place easy to navigate and great signage gives you some history if you would prefer to walk around without a guide.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Gerda Niemann wrote a review Oct 2020
Bloemfontein, South Africa4 contributions
Friendly reception and service. The 'fairy land' was a highlight - love the names given to the formations!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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