The Magaliesberg

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The Magaliesberg, a World Biosphere Reserve, is an ancient mountain range that lies on the north-west border between Gauteng and North West provinces. Stretching 120km north of Johannesburg, the range was formed about two billion years ago, and is home to some of the oldest mountains on Earth, at 2 300-million years old, 100 times older than Mount Everest.

The Magaliesberg

The Magaliesberg, a World Biosphere Reserve, is an ancient mountain range that lies on the north-west border between Gauteng and North West provinces. Stretching 120km

Muldersdrift

Muldersdrift, part of the West Rand District Municipality, is an attractive rural area between Johannesburg and the Magaliesberg mountains. Situated on the Crocodile River in

Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind, one of South Africa’s eight World Heritage Sites and the only one in Gauteng, is approximately 45km north-west of Johannesburg. The

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