Area Attractions

The Venue Country Hotel is located a stone throw away from many tourist hotspots which have placed South Africa on the map. Local and international guests are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring, unwinding and indulging in Gauteng’s best attractions.

The Cradle of Humankind

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Just a 30-minute drive from The Venue Country Hotel, one can find the enchanting Cradle of Humankind. The Cradle of Humankind is one of eight South African World Heritage Sites. read more>>

Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve

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Another tourist favourite is the Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve. This animal sanctuary is located just 25 kilometres from The Venue Country Hotel.  The reserve is a privately owned, read more>>

Boer War Forts & Shelter Rock

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Discover  Magaliesberg by walking on the summit of the mountain with its panoramic views, touch 2 500 million year old wind sculpted mushroom rocks, read more>>

Lion Park

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For those who seek the thrill of coming face to face with the king of the jungle, then a visit to the Lion Park in Lanseria is just what you seek. Thousands of international visitors as well as celebrities have made their way to this awesome outdoor venue. Visitors also have the chance to interact with the cute lion cubs and other animals. read more>>

Magaliesberg Canopy Tour

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Situated in the heart of the Magaliesberg Mountains, only an hour drive from The Venue Country Hotel, one can find the adrenalin-inducing Canopy Tour. The Magaliesberg Canopy Tour is a unique eco-adventure that takes you on a journey through the ecology and geology of the second oldest mountain range in the world – estimated to be 2,400 million years old. read more>>

Sterkfontein Caves

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For the explorers, there is the beautiful Sterkfontein Caves. This tourist attraction, situated just a 30-minute drive from The Venue Country Hotel is an internationally renowned destination.  The Sterkfontein Caves are owned by the University of the Witwatersrand, whose scientists have been responsible for the main excavations of the World Heritage Site. read more>>