Magaliesberg declared a ‘Fine Monument of the World’

In June this year UNESCO declared the greater Magaliesberg region, including the Cradle of Humankind, a globally recognised Biosphere Reserve. The Cradle of Humankind: http://www.daslandhaussa.net This declaration is a proud accomplishment for South Africa as the Magaliesberg has essentially been declared a ‘fine monument of the world’. This momentous occasion was celebrated by the ceremonial…… Continue reading Magaliesberg declared a ‘Fine Monument of the World’

Africa at its Best

What is your definition of the perfect break? It’s the end of the year wind down and cabin fever is creeping up on us all. It’s time for a well-deserved holiday and a chance to kick back and recharge those weary brain cells, but your main dilemma is this: where to go. In our opinion,…… Continue reading Africa at its Best

Triple the Thrill

Kloofing in the Magaliesberg Kloofing, also known as canyoneering is relatively new to the outdoor sporting world, and is not for the faint-hearted! If you have a glint of adventure in your bones, keen to enjoy a full day in the great outdoors and don’t mind getting a little muddy, then a day of kloofing…… Continue reading Triple the Thrill

Explore The Great Outdoors

The North-West province of South Africa is one of astounding beauty – packed with plenty of outdoor activities to discover. The Magaliesberg range is the second oldest mountain range in the world, and as such, many of the outdoor activities in the North-West province have become centred on exploring this stunning region of the country.…… Continue reading Explore The Great Outdoors

Up, Up and Away!

South Africa is rated one of the most naturally diverse and beautiful countries in the world, but then you already knew that didn’t you? Whether you are new to the country, or have not yet experienced all it has to offer, head to the North West for a slice of South African paradise in the…… Continue reading Up, Up and Away!

Save Rhino’s Walk 100km’s

On the 7th of November the Magalies Park entertainment team and Resort Mascot, Fred First welcomed Francois Myburgh. Francios 2nd walk began on the 4th of November from Witpoortjie to Sandton and then to Skeerpoort to make people aware of the plight of the Rhino’s. The Magalies Park entertainment team made his finish extra special…… Continue reading Save Rhino’s Walk 100km’s