Points Of Interest Near Mgankla Lodge, Brits

Dikhololo Private Game Reserve

12.4km North West of Mgankla Lodge

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Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre

19.3km North of Mgankla Lodge

The Ann van Dyk Cheetah and Wildlife Trust was set up in 1971 to protect the cheetah At the time only 600 cheetahs existed in South Africa. Since then the Cheetah Research Centre has successfully bred over 750 cheetahs and 500 wild dogs, which have been...

De Wildt Cheetah and Wild Dog Sanctuary

19.4km North of Mgankla Lodge

De Wildt Cheetah and Wild Dog Sanctuary and Tour This sanctuary was officially opened in 1971 and lies at the foothills of the Magaliesburg Mountains. It is a privately owned, non profit organisation and its primary aim is to create a captive breeding...

Padvark Rally

20.4km North West of Mgankla Lodge

Padvark Rally The Padvark Rally is a bikers rally which has been organised by a group of friends who decided to host their own rally. The decision was made that since they were all Afrikaans and all bikers that they would call the rally the Padvark...

Old Mutual Om die Dam Ultra Marathon

22.1km North of Mgankla Lodge

With over 7000 participants from around the country, the Old Mutual Om die Dam Ultra Marathon is regarded as the largest inland ultra-marathon in South Africa. Its name, Om die Dam is Afrikaans and is directly translated to "around the dam"...

Sandy Lane Golf Club

23.3km North of Mgankla Lodge

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Hartbeespoort Dam

23.5km North of Mgankla Lodge

Hartbeespoort Dam is an arch type dam situated in the North West Province. The dam lies in a valley to the south of the Magaliesberg mountain range and north of the Witwatersberg mountain range. Hartbeespoort has become a very popular holiday and weekend...

Magaliespark Golf Club

24.2km North West of Mgankla Lodge

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Van Gaalen Cheese Farm

27.5km North West of Mgankla Lodge

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Tswaing Meteorite Crater Museum

29.1km North of Mgankla Lodge

The Tswaing Meteorite Crater was formed about 220 000 years ago when a large stony meteorite crashed into the earth's crust. This formed a 1.4 km impact crater, nearly 200 m deep in an area about 40 km northwest of Pretoria . On a geological time scale,...