If you have spent a few days in Johannesburg, there are many amazing places. Here are just a few to enjoy.
The cradle of humanity is 47,000 hectares of world heritage, which apparently contains more than a third of the world’s man-made fossils and more than 9,000 Stone Age tools.
The human cradle is located just 45 km northwest of Johannesburg, where you can enjoy guided tours of the Sterkfontein Caves, where fossil skeletons have yet to be discovered. The Maroping Visitor Center fascinates young and old alike by riding in a tortuous and crazy boat over time, a bold psychedelic bridge and interactive displays … A hypothetical journey through the ages into the modern era. A little further on the ground, a visit to the Rhino and Lion Conservation Area can see you feeding lions, wild dogs and cheetahs in their enclosure.
Take Megalisburg alternately and enjoy the greenery and lush flowers, especially during the rainy summer months, and marvel at the fact that the Magalisberg Mountains are more than 100 times the size of Everest Park and half the age of the earth. Some snacks in the Magalies maze include: Allows daily visitors to walk, cycle and swim in the river or pool. Van Gaalen Cheese Farm is a relaxing getaway and you can enjoy a crispy glass of wine and a plate of cheese while your kids have fun in the play area and watch the farm friendly animals. Move around the Hartebeesppoort Dam, the wall was built in 1925 and has a capacity of 205 million cubic meters. The Elephant Sanctuary invites guests to learn, feed, and interact with elephants.
If you enjoy hiking, the Suikerbosrand Protected Area is ideal for hiking and mountain biking. The trails are 4, 5, and 10 km long, and the mountain biking trails are 8 to 11 km long. Large herds of eland, zebra, red heartbeat, blesbuck and wildebeest are found in the plains. Other locations may include Diepkloof Farm, built in the 1800s. For the adventurous river, rafting in Vaal, about 120 km from Johannesburg, is essential, depending on the water level from August to May.
For more information on these activities and much more, you can contact Gothenburg Tourism.