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Sparkling Waters Hotel and Health Spa

Local Tip There's plenty to do here - including the Magaliesberg Canopy Tour - so spend at least 1 night here, and take full advantage of everything that Sparkling Waters has to offer!

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Magaliesberg Canopy Tour

Local Tip This is a great experience. Apart from the wonderful zip lining experience, you also get a superb view of Magaliesberg kloofs below you with their beautiful green vegetation. Afterwards do stop for a meal at...

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Heia Safari Ranch

Heia Safari Ranch is a three star game lodge, hotel and conference centre, nestled below the Swartkop Mountain Range more »

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Heia Safari Ranch

Heia Safari Ranch is a three star game lodge, hotel and conference centre, nestled below the Swartkop Mountain Range more »

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JOBURG CITY: Park Station, Braamfontein

JOBURG CITY: Park Station, Braamfontein

MAGALIESBERG: Mountains at Hartbeespoort Dam

MAGALIESBERG: Mountains at Hartbeespoort Dam

SANDTON: Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton

SANDTON: Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton

SUN CITY: Gary Player Golf Course

SUN CITY: Gary Player Golf Course

HIGHLANDS MEANDER: Waterval Boven

HIGHLANDS MEANDER: Waterval Boven

OR TAMBO: Well signposted

OR TAMBO: Well signposted

CRADLE OF HUMANKIND: Tumulus at Maropeng

CRADLE OF HUMANKIND: Tumulus at Maropeng

JOBURG CITY: View from Randlords Building

JOBURG CITY: View from Randlords Building

CRADLE OF HUMANKIND: Scenery

CRADLE OF HUMANKIND: Scenery

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