|This small village lies at the heart of a beautiful region of
mountains, valleys, rivers and indigenous woodland - home to a variety
Magaliesburg lies below the Southern Range of the Magaliesburg
Magaliesburg is a tranquil haven of tourist attractions. Here
you will find country guest houses, hotels, lodges, stores, art
and craft studios, working farms, horse and mountain bike trails.
The village comes to life at weekends when townsfolk and visitors
spend time in its many fascinating shops and stores.
The Magaliesburg area is rich in history and dates from the beginning
Tribal conflicts over the centuries and the Anglo-Boer war form
the background to a region where you'll find solace, relaxe and
get closer to your roots.
Luxuriously appointed country hotels and guest houses with a
tradition of hospitality, set in magnificent gardens, offers the
visitor a variety of options. Spend your time swimming, rambling,
tennis, bowling, bird watching or relaxing with friends.
- Hot air ballooning
- Historic sight seeing
- Fly Fishing
- Tea gardens and restaurants
- Antiques and gift stores
How to get there
Magaliesburg is on the north west boundary of Gauteng, situated
where the R24 (to Rustenburg and Sun City) meets the R509 (to
Mmabatho and Botswana).