Latest Special – Cradle of Mankind (Sterkfontein)

Duration: Half day
Entrance included: Sterkfontein Caves & The Wonder Cave.
Certified driver with Guides at each location

R 1130.00 pp – 1 pax
R 700.00pp 2 – 4 pax
R 590.00 pp – 5 pax or more

The Sterkfontein Caves were discovered in 1896 by an Italian gold prospector and are now regarded as one of the world’s most important archeological sites. The caves lie in the Sterkfontein valley which, together with the nearby sites of Swartkrans, Drimolen and Kromdraai, make up the recently proclaimed World Heritage Site known as the “Cradle of Mankind”. Dr Robert Broom of the Transvaal Museum (now the Museum of Natural History) began excavations at the cave in 1936 and in 1947 discovered a well-preserved skull of a species of early man known as Plesianthropus Transvaalensis. This later became known as the famous “Mrs Ples”. Our tour includes visits to both the Sterkfontein and Kromdraai caves.