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The small river hamlet of Magaliesburg is a retreat to where Gauteng’s high-flying capitalists escape. Less than an hour’s drive west of Johannesburg, Magaliesburg lies in a green valley situated in the north-western region of the... Show more

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Mungomeni Ndanganeni

I have enjoyed the nature, mountain hiking and the peace within the place, and its safety Yass, I really enjoy my weekend away, what a weekend to r...

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Magaliesburg Reviews

Mungomeni Ndanganeni
08 November 2018

I have enjoyed the nature, mountain hiking and the peace within the place, and its safety Yass, I really enjoy my weekend away, what a weekend to remember the 2nd-4th of November 2018.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Nilayum Reddy
05 November 2018

Stunning views. Lots of activities.

Superb. 5 out of 5
SAZI MKUMLA
31 October 2018

Everything was great in Magaliesburg.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Nafiesa Khan
22 October 2018

Tranquility

Superb. 5 out of 5
Sharon Brierley
17 August 2018

Site seeing in Magaliesburg.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Philisiwe Nzama
23 July 2018

The peace of mind it gives. Great place to get away but not be too far from normal life.

Superb. 5 out of 5

More info about Magaliesburg

The small river hamlet of Magaliesburg is a retreat to where Gauteng’s high-flying capitalists escape. Less than an hour’s drive west of Johannesburg, Magaliesburg lies in a green valley situated in the north-western region of the Gauteng Province.

The town has retained much of its character and old school charm, attracting vacationers, adventure seekers and nature lovers.

Magaliesburg’s climate ranges between 17° and 27° year round with summer rainfalls.

Nearby is the ancient and dramatic Magaliesberg mountain range, unbroken for roughly 125km in a dog-leg-shaped area known as the Transvaal Basin.

Said to be the birthplace of mankind, the Magaliesberg region was proclaimed a World Heritage Site in 1999 and the nearby Cradle of Humankind recently announced the startling discovery of a new human relative, Homo Naledi.

The unspoilt wilderness along with an abundance of outdoor activities, historic marvels and majestic scenery is what makes a visit to this town so appealing. Staying in the town... Show more