Stuff to do...
The City Centre with over 33 museums is 20 min walk away and yes you can WALK there and BACKwithout getting mugged.
The Zoological Gardens is regarded as one of the top 5 zoo's world wide - animals are kept in enclosers not cages
Botanical Gardens is always worth a visit - enjoy the Sunday outdoors picnic with classical music concerts
De Wildt Cheetah and Wild Dog Breeding Centre
Cullinan Diamond Mine 40 min drive away with 2 surfaces tours daily - NOW also offering under ground tours
Pilanesberg Game Reserve is an hour and half's drive away
Pretoria is a shoppers paradise - cash in on seasonal specials and go home with a new wardrope @ a fraction of what you would pay @ home. We have some of the biggest malls in South Africa right on our doorstep
Join us to the weekly farmers market on a Saturday morning - free
A visit to the Natural History Museum can be a very rewarding experience
Visit Mrs Ples in the Museum of Antropology and Geology or the Transvaal museum up the road
Groenkloof Nature Reserve
Groenkloof Nature Reserve is located near the famous Fountains Valley. This valley on the southern outskirts of Pretoria was proclaimed a game sanctuary by President Paul Kruger on 25 February 1895, the first in Africa. Its main purpose was to protect the shy and timid oribi, which occurred there, and other game that were being wiped out by hunters.