Located in the internationally renowned valley of Kromdraai, the cave lies amidst famous archaeological and palaentological ... More
Located in the internationally renowned valley of Kromdraai, the cave lies amidst famous archaeological and palaentological sites containing the oldest recorded human remains. This natural wonder has only been open to the public since 1991 and is decorated with rock and crystal formations dating back millions of years; the cave itself has been in existence for 2,200 million years. Hourly tours are conducted by competent guides along well-lit pathways, and no crawling is necessary.
Magnificent experience! Once in a lifetime chance to see amazing Stalactites and Stalagmites that have been forming for billions of years. The ride down on a open lift in the dark was out of this world, and once in the cave, walking around and seing what nature has done for many many years was awesome.
I recommend it to anyone. The visit was certainly worth it. Braise yourself for a marvelous experience.
The Wondercave is the 3rd largest cave in South Africa. It is a nice experience to be in a cave which is 4.5 billion years old! and the cave is still active which can be felt being inside... Also the growth of Stalactites and Stalagmites confirm the age of the cave to 4.5 billion years! Shouldn't miss that!
View the landscape of Johannesburg from the 50th floor of the tallest building in Africa. This is an ideal orientation
experience for visitors, contrasting the old and the new parts of this metropolis. Originally a mining town, "Jo'burg" is ...
This very spacious, safe and secure 'Ex Mafia' mansion was built in the 1970's by an infamous drug lord. When
the Godfather moved out the backpackers moved in and they made this castle their home since 1999. The current ...
Located at the Newtown Cultural Precinct, Museum Africa carries a variety of exhibits, most of which pertain to the rich
history of Africa. Of special interest is the display of historic works of art, which will give you an ...