Wonder Caves

The Wonder Caves are one of the most beautiful naturally decorated caves in South Africa.

Since its discovery only 100 years ago, few people have entered the Caves and it is thus relatively well preserved and virtually untouched. The enormous cave chamber with a volume of 46 000 cubic meters is believed to be 2.2 million years old. Hourly tours are conducted on well-lit pathways where no crawling is necessary. Access to the underground cavern is by means of about 90 steps and then a lift. No crawling is necessary.

What You Can Expect:

Natural Wonder 5 – 10 million years old
Cave Pearls
Formations up to 15m
Rim Stone pool
Stalactites & Stalagmites

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