Tours

Waterberg Heritage

Waterberg is the name of the region where the company was founded. Although we are now nationally represented, we proudly keep the name and association with the Waterberg biosphere. The name is derived from water and “berg” which means mountain in the Dutch and Afrikaans languages. So  it literally means “Water Mountains”.

Cullinan Diamond Mine

Duration: Half Day
Included: N/A

Experience a surface tour of the World Famous Cullinan Diamond mine and watch a video on the diamond industry in South Africa. We also visit the state of art diamond-cutting factory, where you can buy diamonds and jewelry direct from the source at the best possible prices.

 

Cullinan Diamond Mine Underground Tour

Duration: Half Day
Included:

Cullinan is renowned as a source of large, high-quality gem diamonds, including Type II stones, as well as being the world’s most important source of very rare blue diamonds – explore this working mine from under the surface.

 

 

Lion & Safari Park + 3hr Safari

Duration: Half Day
Included: All entrance fees

The Lion Park is a truly unique place. Play and have your photo taken with various cubs (if available) in an enclosed area – definitely a memorable experience. The park is not intended to be a game reserve, nor does it fall within the definition of a zoo. The idea is to have indigenous animals moving around as freely as possible in a natural environment, with visitors being able to come as close to them as possible, affording one the opportunity to view and photograph them at close quarters from the comfort an enclosed game viewing vehicle.

Soweto Half Day Tour

Duration: 4.5 Hours
Included: All entrance fees where applicable

This tour takes you through the streets of So-we-to (South Western Townships) and its adjoining suburbs. Experience all the turmoil of this city during the “apartheid” years. The early house of Mr. Mandela (which is now the Mandela Family Museum), will be visited, as well as a shebeen (typical tavern) and the Regina Mundi Catholic Church the largest Catholic Cathedral in the Southern Hemisphere (1 600 square meters). Here one of the few Black Madonna’s in the world can be seen. This was also the venue for many illegal meetings in the “old” South Africa.

De Wildt Cheetah And Wildlife Trust

Duration: Half Day
Included: All entrance fees where applicable

The De Wildt cheetah centre in South Africa was established in 1971, initially as a cheetah breeding project and the Centre has during the past 40 years bred over 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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