cradle edition 7 things to do this winter

News / 9 May 2016

Cradle of Humankind – Things to do this Winter

Winter's coming! As the days get shorter and the frosty temperatures creep in. Warm yourself up with some interesting activities at the Cradle of Humankind and surrounds.

dinner with a view Hot Air Ballooning
Come and experience a spectacular South African sunrise, occasionally skimming treetops or simply drifting peacefully across the skies. Hot air ballooning is a must for everyone, from the daring adventurer through to the romantic connoisseur.

dinner with a view Dine at Budmash Lodge
If you are looking for a fabulous restaurant in Magalisburg, then look no further. Budmarsh Private Lodge is well known for their exceptional cuisine and offer a splendid menu that will have your taste buds begging for more.

dinner with a view Go Karting at Saddle Creek Ranch
Adrenaline packed, fun for all the family, fast, safe and affordable off-road karting in Hekpoort, in the Magaliesburg. This is a great day out for all the family.

dinner with a view Guided Hike in the Magaliesberg
This scenic hike starts at the base of the Magaliesberg at GoVertical’s Adventure office. It winds up the foothills through woodland and montane scrub.

dinner with a view Cog and Sprocket MTB Bike Park
The Cog and Sprocket is a mountain bike activity centre for mountain bike and trail running enthusiasts set in the foothills of the Magaliesberg mountain range. It welcomes day visitors.

dinner with a view Chris Tugwell Art Gallery Kosmos
The Chris Tugwell Art Gallery has been in existence for over 50 years and features South African fine art paintings and sculptures. Visit our gallery in the village of Kosmos in Hartbeespoort Dam for a very rewarding experience in art viewing.

dinner with a view Visit De Wildt Cheetah & Wildlife Centre
The non profit organisation of De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre is found at the foot of the Magaliesberg. The King Cheetah was first bred here and the centre is renowned for its success in breeding rare and endangered species.


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