On the banks of the Vaal River, 10km outside Vanderbijlpark, is Cruise-n-Snooze. A houseboat vacation on the Vaal River one of two self-catering Rondavels units that can accommodate four adults.
Treat yourself to a memorable, peaceful weekend away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the comfort of our self catering apartments at Heaven on Vaal. Each unit has a view of the river & their own braai on their balcony.
A beautiful river-front retreat less than one hour from Johannesburg, suitable for the whole family! Situated on the banks of the Vaal River, between Sasolburg & Vanderbijlpark, near Stonehaven on Vaal. 4 x Double Bedrooms (3 en-suite).
Henlize is ideally located on the scenic Vaal River, only 45 minutes drive from Johannesburg. Guests can enjoy peace and tranquility while taking in the breathtaking views. This comfortable cottage is fully self catering with private patio and braai.
Our self catering cottage is nestled amongst the trees on the banks of the Vaal River just one hour drive from Johannesburg.
Asante Guest House is situated in a quiet suburb of Vanderbijlpark. The rooms are spacious and offer the guest high quality finishing. Asante is within walking distance from the Emerald Casino and Resort on the banks of the Vaal River.
Welcome to HeathBridge River Lodge, situated in Loch Vaal with river views from the property stretching across the Loch. We have 2 self-catering cottages on a private home. All water is navigable and safe to ski and swim in. This is a nice way to get away
Situated in Vanderbijlpark, Loch Vaal is a fully equipped air-conditioned cottage ideal for boating / water-sports enthusiasts. Sleeps up to six.
The steelworks at Vanderbijlpark is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and began operating in 1947. The town is located along the Northern bank of the Vaal River, where the beautiful Emfuleni Park, a recreation park, is situated. The river is host to many rowing regattas, which are frequented by many of Gautengs school rowing clubs. Running past the Vanderbijlpark is the N1 highway linking the towns and cities of Gauteng with Bloemfontein.
Unlike many of the other towns of the Witwatersrand that owe their development to the gold mining industry, Vanderbijlpark owes its establishment to the expansion of the iron and steel industry. The town was established as an industrial centre on the north bank of the Vaal River in 1944 and named after Hendrik Johannes van der Bijl, a brilliant young scientist who had been recalled from America in 1920 by South Africas then Prime Minister, Jan Smuts, to advise the government on the planning of industrial development in the country.