Cradle Of Humankind.
The Cradle of Humankind Site comprises a strip of a dozen dolomitic limestone caves containing the fossillised remains of ancient forms of animals, plants and most importantly, hominids. The dolomite in which the caves formed, started out as coral reefs growing in a worm shallow sea about 2.3 billion years ago..Visit Website
Nirox Sculpture Park.
It's offering is twofold – artists gain insight, and access, to the environmental and cultural heritage, including interaction with palaeontologists, geoscientists and speleologists in the area, as well as exposure to local artists, scientists, institutions and communities.Visit Website
Mountain Sancturay Park.
Mountain Sanctuary Park is aptly named, for it is every bit the restful and refreshing space in which to reconnect with nature it professes to be. One heads to Mountain Sanctuary Park to refresh the soul and re-invigorate one's sense of self. Mountain Sanctuary Park is a private nature reserve with an 'off the beaten track' approach to their offering. You will not find restricted and guided hikes and set routes, but rather the freedom to wander the wilderness in amongst clear mountain pools and rock formations.Visit Website
The Rhino and lion Nature Reserve.
Set in the heart of the Cradle of Humankind, the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve lies roughly 40 kilometres north-west of Johannesburg and offers a chance to see white rhino, lion, buffalo, hippo and other species of game up close and within half an hour of the major Johannesburg metropolis. You can also select to go on a game drive offered by the reserve with a knowledgeable ranger, and with roughly 600 head of game within the reserve, a visit is bound to include almost all of the reserve’s species - endangered species such as cheetah, wild dog and the Cape vulture.Visit Website