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The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s and one of the world’s premier game reserves, consisting of almost 20,000 square kilometers of woodland savanna. It is an area larger than Wales or Israel, close to the size of Massachusetts.

Experience the beauty of Kruger and its animals on a 3 or 4 day tour with us.



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Cheetah Run & 3 hour Guided Tour

The Cheetah Centre in South Africa was established in 1971, initially as a cheetah breeding project.

Over the past 40 years the Centre has bred more than 800 cheetah cubs. Various conservation projects have been initiated since its inception which also includes a successful African wild dog breeding program.


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Situated in a World Heritage Site, The Cradle of Humankind, this 1 200 hectare park is home to over 700 head of game including white rhino, lion, buffalo, cheetah, wild dog, hippo and crocodile.  

WONDER CAVE

One of the most beautiful naturally decorated caves in South Africa.  Since its discovery only 100 years ago, few people have entered the Caves and it is thus relatively well preserved and virtually untouched. The enormous cave chamber with a volume of 46 000 cubic meters is believed to be 2.2 million years old.

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MAROPENG CENTRE
The Cradle of Humankind – declared a World Heritage site in 1999 The Cradle is a 47 000-hectare area in the western part of Gauteng Province with around 40 different fossil sites where several of the world's most famous and significant fossils have been discovered.

STERKFONTEIN CAVES
In 1947 a well-preserved skull of a species of early man known as Plesianthropustransvaalensis was discovered. The skull became known as Mrs. Ples, dating back 2.5-million years. The total of over 700 hominid specimens found here has made Sterkfontein the world’s richest hominid site.

Underground boat ride
The boat adventure starts at the present and continues on a trip back through time, retracing the various stages of the creation of our earth.




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Sun City is a luxury casino & resort, located in the North West Province of South Africa. Sun City is known as ‘Africa’s Kingdom of Pleasure’. The resort is bursting at the seams with things to see and do, and offers a wide range of activities to suit many tastes.




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Lesedi Cultural Village was established in 1993 to provide an authentic showcase of the traditional cultures of some of the well-known indigenous South African tribes.

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Come and experience Africa's greatest Entertainment Theme Park created around an authentic 19th Century Gold Mine.

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The Lion Park is home to more than 85 Lions including the rare White Lions, and many other carnivores such as Cheetah, Wild dog, Hyena and a variety of Antelope indigenous to Africa.

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Guides provide in-depth information and insight into African elephants, their habits and personalities.  

Guests will also learn about elephants’ anatomy, have the opportunity to feed them and, by spending time with them, form a relationship and bond with the elephants.


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The Apartheid Museum, the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid, South Africa’s discredited former political system of racial separation that ended with the first democratic elections of 1994, after many years of struggle.

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BOSVELD TOURS offers a portfolio of foremost tourist sites we standardized to some extent by our experience of tourist preferences. We can however also customize our tourist offering to the requirements of our clients. On your request we can arrange tours to sites across South Africa  

formal list, or we can change the duration of tours to current sites. Just contact us and we will gladly discuss and fulfill your wish list!  

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Wildlife is high on the agenda at Mongena. Experience the African bush guided by qualified rangers and trackers on their well maintained fleet of game vehicles.

They offer 4 game drives per day taking you to the best lion, elephant, buffalo and rhino sightings imaginable.

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Saddle up and enjoy the freedom of horse-riding in nature. In a vehicle you are restricted to roads and pathways but on horseback you are free to follow the wildlife wherever they go.

Horseback Africa is heavily involved in wildlife conservation. Among others they run a lion breeding program.


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Pilanesberg accommodates virtually every mammal of southern Africa and is also home to substantial populations of lion, leopard, black and white rhino, elephant and buffalo – Africa’s big five.

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