Gauteng is a northern province of South Africa, with most of its territory defined by 2 of the nation’s largest cities. Pretoria is the de facto national capital, with the Voortrekker Monument to 19th-century Dutch residents and Kruger House, home of 19th-century president Paul Kruger. Johannesburg has many sites relating to the country’s 20th-century struggle to end segregation, including the Apartheid Museum.
Acrobranch obstacle courses offer functional training, meaning not only does your abdominal area and back strengthen, but you also get to condition the core of each movement e.g. shoulder stability and hip stability .Acrobranch is Kid Heaven! Swinging through trees, dangling from branches, balancing in the air.
If you are short on time or perhaps you would like a quick insight into what Pilanesberg National Park can offer, the 1 day tour is a great option. Due to the limited time you will have to explore this Big 5 reserve, your day will be busy, but not rushed!
Glendower Golf Club is an exquisitely designed, highly ranked parkland golf course in Gauteng, South Africa. Currently ranked 2 in South African and 1 in Gauteng. A challenging golf course set amidst gorgeous surroundings.
Relive happy childhood memories with this thrilling Go-Karting (8 Laps) with Bushveld Champagne Picnic Adventure for Four. Bring along your friends, family or colleagues and enjoy an unforgettable race of eight laps on the extra-long outdoor dirt track.
Gold Reef City is an amusement park in Johannesburg, South Africa. Located on an old gold mine which closed in 1971, the park is themed around the gold rush that started in 1886 on the Witwatersrand.
Lion Park is home to the rare white lion, so make sure you bring your camera for some exclusive shots. At Cub World you can observe baby lions, how cute is that?
The Lion and Safari Park is home to a vast selection of indigenous species such as Lion (Brown and White), Cheetah, Hyena (Brown, Spotted and Striped), Leopard (including black leopard), Wild Dogs, Sable antelope, Kudu, Nyala to mention only a few.
Randpark Golf Club is the only club in Johannesburg that has 3 courses.Two distinctive 18-hole golf courses located at Randpark are known as Bushwillow and Firethorn.
The Club is the product of a merger of the former Royal Johannesburg Golf Club and the former Kensington Golf Club in 1998. Possibly the first merger of its kind in South Africa, it has produced a financially sound club with modernised facilities and a strong and supportive membership base.
Beginners, children, families and experienced riders are all welcome.We take pride in our well-conditioned, happy horses! Join us for an unforgettable horse riding experience in the peaceful countryside, with beautiful mountain scenery and lovely bush trails. Beginners, children, families and experienced riders are all welcome.
The Bryanston Country Club course plays to an unusual par 72 and is 6 768 metres long. It is a beautiful course with many water features coming into play on 11 of the holes.