Rietvlei Nature Reserve belongs to the City of Tshwane and came into existence due to a water scheme to supply drinking water for the city of Pretoria. Rietvlei Nature Reserve is, therefore, a fairly large nature reserve in an urban setting and covers about 4 000 hectares. It has survived as a conservation area since 1929.

Email: rietvlein@tshwane.gov.za
Call:  (+27) 012 358 1811/1812
Web: www.tshwane.gov.za/rietvleinaturereserve
Address: Rietvlei Nature Reserve, 14 Game Reserve Avenue, Irene


Discover Africa’s most unique shopping experience, offering the greatest variety.

Spoil yourself in ultimate fashion, beauty and comfort in the heart of the city of Tshwane.

Call:  (+27) 0800 029 999
Web: www.menlynpark.co.za
Address: Atterbury Road And, Lois Ave, Menlyn, Pretoria

The Museum consists of the original house in which S.J.P. Kruger, President of the old Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR), and his family lived during the last years of the 19th century, as well as two display halls and President Kruger’s State Railway Coach.

The Kruger house, built in 1884, was the original home of Paul Kruger, President of the former Transvaal Boer Republic. The house has been refurbished to reflect the time when the President and his wife, Gezina Kruger, lived there. International admiration for Paul Kruger and the struggle for freedom from British imperialism, his journey to Europe and his exile, are illustrated in the exhibitions. Adjacent to the Kruger Museum is the former Bantu Commissioner’s Office Building, erected in 1932 on the same site as the old Native Pass Office. The people of Tshwane and environs remember the building as “gaMohle”. Its history of enforcing the Pass Laws dates back to 1896 when Paul Kruger’s government used the site for its police headquarters.

Email: info@ditsong.org.za
Call:  (+27) 012 324 6082 / (+27) 083 626 5427
Web: ditsong.org.za/kruger-museum
Address: 59 WF Nkomo St, Pretoria Central, Pretoria

The 85-hectare Zoo in Pretoria houses 3117 specimens of 209 mammal species, 1358 specimens of 202 bird species, 3871 specimens of 190 fish species, 388 specimens of 4 invertebrate species, 309 specimens of 93 reptile species, and 44 specimens of 7 amphibian species.

The National Zoological Garden of South Africa is the largest zoo in the country and the only one with national status. More than 600 000 people visit the Zoo annually. The total length of the walkways in the Zoo in Pretoria is approximately 6km.

Call:  (+27) 012 339 2700
Web: www.pretoriazoo.org
Address: 232 Boom St, Daspoort 319-Jr, Pretoria

This 76 ha urban oasis is a pristine getaway situated in the eastern suburbs of South Africa’s administrative capital, Pretoria. The garden, which is surrounded by urban development, offers a much needed green area and corridor for wildlife in the eastern suburbs of Pretoria. The ridge that runs through the garden, the natural grassland and lawned areas containing beds of indigenous plants, offer a habitat for many animal species. A concerted effort is made to record the biodiversity treasures within the garden’s boundaries. Various biodiversity surveys have already been or are being conducted, e.g. insect diversity that includes a butterfly, spider and frog survey.

Email: sanbi@behonest.co.za
Call:  (+27) 0800 160 999
Web: www.sanbi.org/gardens/pretoria/ 
Address: 2 Cussonia Ave, Brummeria, Pretoria


                         effortless wild game experience

An exhilarating half-day experience in nature for first time e-bikers. The guided tour is aimed at people who know how to ride a bicycle but have possibly never ridden an e-Bike.

Email: support@e-biking.co.za
Call: +(27) 010 001 8862
Web: www.e-biking.co.za 
Address: 11 Spartan Crescent, Sandton, 2090
South Africa



Experience the courtesy of African tradition dancers from different cultures daily demonstrating their dancing skills. Feel the vibe of Township Life and enjoy the Gum Boot dancers. We offer traditional accommodation, conference facilities and a comfortable guesthouse. Enjoy the beauty and the rhythm of the culture at Gaabo Motho. We unite the world with our traditional drums, music and dance. Many different types of traditions coexist at Gaabo Motho. Experience village life as practiced by the Zulu, Ndebele, Tswana and Venda tribes originating from our ancestors long ago

Email: info@gaabomotho.co.za
Call: 072 122 6820 / 072 210 9900
Web: www.gaamobotho.co.za
Address: 1596 Hebron, Village


Join us on a private farm near the historical village of Cullinan  for a unique opportunity to interact with our tame Zebras. This Tour is a very unique “first of it’s kind” opportunity to have a personal encounter with Zebras in a safe and controlled environment.

Email: zebrasafaris77@gmail.com
Call: 082 2564 252
Web: www.zebrasafaris.com
Address: Nyumbani 166 Elandshoek Rayton  Gauteng  1001


Nestled in the quaint miners village of Cullinan, just 30 minutes from Pretoria, Cullinan Adventure Zone is home to some of the best adrenaline pumping activities in Gauteng! We offer Individuals & Companies a wide range of activities to be enjoyed as a fun adventure or as a part of a comprehensive team build.

Email: adventure@azcullinan.co.za / hanro@azcullinan.co.za
Call: 012 734 0507 / 012 734 0621
Web: www.azcullinan.co.za
Address: 103 Oak Ave, Cullinan, 1000, South Africa

Experience the Jurassic world through an enchanting tour of life-sized moving dinosaurs with lots of fun activities! The Dino Expo is a mesmerizing, not-to-be-missed exhibition of realistic, life size, accurate to science animatronic dinosaurs that capture the imagination with their life-like demeanor and movement. They will ‘prehistorify’ the senses with their life-like legendary roaring sounds that electrify the environs and inspire adrenaline filled excitement.

Email: Info@thedinoexpo.com
Web: www.thedinoexpo.com
Address: 165 West Str, Flexi Suit, Sandton