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Wondercave

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Wondercave

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520 Kromdraai Road Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve, Kromdraai, Krugersdorp 1739 South Africa
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Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve

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Pressed for time? You can still get a taste of South Africa’s magnificent nature at the Rhino and Lion Park.<br><br>Situated in the famous Cradle of Humankind heritage area, this privately owned day-safari destination is home to more than 30 species of game, including four of the Big 5. A short drive from Pretoria or Johannesburg, a tour of the park with Stephenson Adventures is the perfect way to view animals in their natural habitat in only 1 day.
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Dawie G wrote a review Jan 2021
152 contributions69 helpful votes
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While visiting the reserve we also went to the caves. Getting into the caves is not for the faint hearted. 1st you go down a steep and narrow set of stairs and the take a small lift to the floor of the cave. The cave is basically one big hall with impressive formations growing from the ceiling and the floor. The guide takes you through the cave on the path and shows ertakn formations and tells about the history of the cave. Although the tour is not very long it is still worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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KevinSadler2364 wrote a review Jul 2019
Leicester, United Kingdom1 268 contributions411 helpful votes
Several years ago a farmer was losing his cows, and couldn't work out how, until he discovered they were falling down a hole, and discovered these incredible caves. Bats, staligmites, this place is really unique, one well worth visiting.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Gerard Van Nikkelen-Kuyper wrote a review Jun 2019
Cape Town Central, South Africa1 273 contributions58 helpful votes
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WONDER CAVE - KROMDRAAI. Discovered by Italian miners in 1898. The third largest cave chamber in South Africa. Rustic charm. A rather steep descent of 87 stairs takes you to the lift which takes you down into the heart of the cave. Guide points out really interesting formations in the cave and gives more insight into the limestone mining in days gone by. #touristguide #touristinmyowncountry #caves #stalagmites #stalagtites #gauteng #southafrica
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Date of experience: June 2019
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charlicharli557 wrote a review May 2019
Cape Town, South Africa463 contributions10 helpful votes
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Went to see the rhino's and found this hidden cave. It saved us a drive to Cango Caves. Minutes from Lanseria Airport. Definitely worth the money. Restaurant was closed. Put on comfortable shoes it is quite a climb up and down. Just big enough to feel like a worthwhile trip with small kids.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Kim wrote a review May 2019
136 contributions4 helpful votes
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We have visited the Rhino and Lion Park on a number of occasions but have never been to the Wonder Cave, due to part of the descent into the cave being by a lift. I get claustrophobic so was worried about this part. We went with our children aged 11 and 8 and they were totally fine, as was I. The steps leading down are steep and there are about 85 of them but it’s not too strenuous The descent via the lift is totally fine and a bit rickety and noisy. What worried me the most was not being able to get out of the cave should the lift fail, but there is a metal ladder as an emergency exit. The cave is definitely worth a visit and is not badly priced if you include it as part of your entry into the Rhino and Lion Park. An extra R50 per a adult and R20 per child. The guided tour leaves on the hour and takes approx. 45 mins.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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