What you can expect

Enjoy a 4 hour tour of the Museum and get randomly assigned to a race at the entrance.
Multimedia exhibits takes you the 20th Century history of the Apartheid era.
The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 and is the first of its kind to illustrate the rise and fall of apartheid in South Africa, which is an integral part of the cultural history of this country.
The randomly assigned races allows you to experience South Africa under apartheid, where you get to enter through separate entrances: one for whites, the other for non-whites. Once inside, comprehensive, and often shocking, multimedia exhibitions, explore the social and political forces that gave rise to apartheid, its core features and the exhilarating, hard-won achievement of democracy.

Visit the Apartheid Museum, in Johannesburg, and experience South Africa’s turbulent past.


One of South Africa’s best known townships, Soweto, played an integral part in the apartheid struggle. Enjoy a day in Soweto, with a qualified guide, with a door to door tour, including lunch.
You get to explore Diepkloof, where traders sell every product under the sun. Visit Vilakazi Street, in Soweto, where Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu first lived. See the Chris Hani Hospital.
Learn about the struggles of the locals, in Shanty Town and unwind over a buffet lunch, in a local restaurant. On the way to Soweto, you will pass the famous National Soccer Stadium, which hosted the opening of the 2010 Soccer World Cup.


Your visit t Constitutional Hill will give you an experience of South Africa’ rich history. Here you will learn about the colonial history and how the Dutch Boers fought against the British army, at the turn of the century.
Then fast forward 50 year to learn about the struggle of Black South Africans, to gain their rights in a post-apartheid society.
Hike through Constitutional Hill, with a tour guide, to explore the history of our beautiful country.


The limestone caverns that thread the Cradle of Mankind, were once home to some of our earliest ancestors. Hominid fossils found here, date back over 3 million years. Experience this UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a trained tour guide. Enjoy interactive exhibits, and travel back in time with an underground boat ride at Maropeng Visitor Centre Museum, then explore the mysterious Sterkfontein Caves.
The Maropeng Visitor Centre is an exciting, world-class exhibition, focussing on the development of humans and our ancestors, over the past few million years.
On arrival you will see a massive burial mound called the Tumulus, which is your entrance to learning the secrets of our ancestry.
This site was nominated Winner of the 2008 Tourist Attraction category, at the South Tourism Welcome Awards and many others.


If you are that person that finds the notion of riding, feeding or bathing them, exploitive, then you would enjoy the experience of interacting with them.
Accompanied by a wildlife guide, walk through the African bush, with three free-roaming, semi-habituated elephants. Stroll where they stroll, watch them feed and admire their silent footsteps.
The elephants are free roaming and are not trained to do tricks and entertain. Get up close and personal with these free roaming animals, in the African bush.


Your safari starts at Kloofzicht Lodge & Spa, in Muldersdrift.

Enjoy this safari, from an entirely different angle. Flying over several game reserves, within the Cradle Mankind World Heritage Site. From the hot air balloon, you can see the rolling hills, large open grasslands, and winding rivers.
The air balloon rides over the Reserves of the Cradle of Mankind, home to our Big Five. You have a good chance of spotting these iconic animals of Africa.
Drifting gently with the winds of the morning, the hot air safari offers guests unique game viewing and photographic opportunities, making it a very memorable experience.

Additional Info

  • Not Wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for travelers who are pregnant
  • No children or persons under 1.2 meters, are permitted


Instead of the Jeep safari, embark on a peaceful, 2 hour, horseback safari through the Magaliesburg Mountains. Riding a horse allows you to get deep into the bush, where normal vehicles can’t reach.
Learn about the flora and fauna of the Magaliesburg mountains.
Find out what other animals are just around the corner and get up close with some of Africa’s favourite antelope.


When South African icon, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, first christened South Africa the “Rainbow Nation”, he was referring particularly to its people and their various cultures. From Zulu to Xhosa origin, to the Sothos, English and Khosas. South Africa has a rich diversity of people and cultures and 11 official languages.

  • Explore the glorious diversity of the people of this land. Discover the fascinating cultures and traditions, of the people of Africa.
  • Visit five traditional homesteads inhabited by Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribes, who live according to tribal folklore and traditions of their ancestors.
  • Be dazzled by traditional dances and ancient story telling.
  • Enjoy traditional dances and ancient story telling.
  • Enjoy a traditional buffet with local African traditional dishes.
  • See the Cradle of Human Kind area, which is where Lesedi Cultural Village is situated.


Explore the 2400 million year old Magaliesberg Mountain and slide across the gorge from one rock face to another, in a zig zag formation, for 20 meters to 140 meters and in places are 30 meters above the stream.
This is located 1 hour and 30 minutes from Johannesburg.


This day-long Big Cat Safari Experience takes place in the PIlanesberg National Park, one of South Africa’s premier National Parks.
Enjoy a 2 -3 hour game drive, dedicated to locating the Big 5 and the Big Cats of Pilanesberg.
Enjoy a buffet lunch in an exclusive bush restaurant as part of the whole experience. An ideal time to become one with nature, outside of the pressure of the real world.
Choose a sunset safari and experience the habitat of these amazing animals in their true environment.