The elephant Sanctuary provides a "halfway house" for young African elephants in need of a temporary home. It is the only operation in South Africa that provides foe elephants in this way. It is our vision to release all the elephants into an environment where they can be more independent once they are...Read more
Depart Johannesburg in an air conditioned Minibus or Sedan. You will be picked up at your hotel and taken to the Pilanesberg National Park for a safari. Lunch or Dinner is not included but can be purchased in the Park. Enjoy a 3 to 4 hours safari in the park allowing you to enjoy and spot the big...Read more
Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre has gained international recognition for bringing the cheetah back from the brink of extinction through its captive breeding programmes. This success has been unparalleled anywhere else in the world by Ann van Dyk De Wildt Cheetah Centre.Nestled in the foothills of the Magaliesberg in South...Read more
Take a deep dive into the history of humankind, then learn about lions' biology and behavior on this multi-stop tour from Johannesburg including the Cradle of Humankind and the Lion Park. Logistically, this multi-stop day tour would be a hassle to arrange on your own, but this organized adventure takes care of all the details in advance. Listen to...Read more
Get easy access to the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve with this half-day tour from Johannesburg. Eliminate the need for a rental car by booking this excursion that whisks you out of downtown and to the city's closest nature reserve for a full-on safari experience. Head out on a guided game drive with in-depth commentary while searching for animal...Read more
he Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre is a magical place where conservation and education is their motto. It was established in 1971, like a cheetah conservation project and is a short 2-hour scenic drive through the Magaliesburg mountains. Highlights you can look forward to seeing, are the beautiful markings and patterns of the cheetah and wild dog up...Read more
this activity allow you to walk side by side with the primate (monkeys) without the fears of being attacked. this activity brings you closer to real nature of monkey world by being centimeter away from them.
his tour allows visitors to walk side by side with African elephants on this 1-hour guided stroll through the bush. With keepers...Read more
• On the way to the Sanctuary travel through the scenic Magaliesburg and see the beautiful man made dam called Hartebeestpoortdam • Visit the Elephant Sanctuary • Visit the Monkey Sanctuary • Learn about Elephants • View monkeys, lemurs • 3 Km walk through 7 hectare enclosure • Entrance fee to Monkey and...Read more
After collecting you form your hotel or residence in Johannesburg between 06:00 – 06:30, we travel to the Pilanesberg Nature Park
We should arrive at Pilanesberg Park around 9am where we will then board and start our 1st open vehicle safari drive ( +- 3 hours) in search of the Animals that inhabit the National Park We will then have a...Read more
Come and experience the wonders of the Pilanesberg Nature reserve in 1 open 4x4 Safari vehicle and 1 closed vehicle (minivan) on this 10-hour tour. Have the opportunity to view the big 5 (lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo, and leopard), up close and...Read more
Travel the footstep that will take you back in time by visiting the UNESCO site, The Cradle of Humankind. The Cradle of Humankind tour will take to the Strekfontien Cave tour for a cave tour and also visit the Maropeng visitor center and also the Lion and Safari Park.
Why the guests should book this tour firstly it is an educational tour and World Heritage Site. It is here where Dr. Broom found what many paleoanthropologists consider to be an adult ape man (hominid) in...Read more
We offer these safaris for small groups and families . You will be transported in a mini van with air-con from your hotel to Pilanesberg National park where you will join the sunset safari with open top vehicle safari at a bush lodge . A registered ranger will take you on safari .
The Cradle of Humankind was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999 because of the area’s exceptional contribution to our understanding of the history of humanity, over 3-million years. All together, there are 15 major fossil sites in the Cradle of Humankind, of which Sterkfontein Caves is the most famous.