A wonderful tour to a world class exhibition center known as Maropeng Visitor Centre.
The exhibition center focuses on the development of humans and our ancestors.
Travellers can also visit the Sterkfontein Caves which is about 50km from Johannesburg and is the site of some of the most important discoveries concerning the evolution of man and have been declared a World Heritage Site.
What You'll Do:
The guide will pick you up from your hotel or residence in Johannesburg and will give an overview of the tour.
After that the guide will take travellers to the Sterkfontein caves.
Once in the cave, visitors can enjoy the Homo Neledi Fossils and a number of other significant fossils and artefacts.
The guide will then take you on a short drive to the Maropeng Visitors center where travellers can enjoy a relaxing indoor boat ride and experience the interactive museum artefacts and displays.
What It Includes:
The total trip is of approx. 5 hours .
The tour is led by a professional guide.
This tour can have a maximum of 9 tourists.
There are various departure times for the trip.
This tour includes free onboard WIFI.
This tour includes hotel drop and pick up.
This tour includes modern AC car.
Very good organisation, helpful guide, beautiful caves and museum, i can recommend it for adults and for families with children too.
The cave itself is very interesting and also a world heritage site. I really enjoyed this trip.
Is It Right:
Only travellers with no heart problems are allowed in this trip.
This tour is not recommended for travellers with back problems
This tour is not wheelchair accessible and no food and drinks are allowed in this trip
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