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Rustenburg

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Rustenburg Unique

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Sunrise to Sunset 100km Women's Walk
Come and join us in this unique opportunity to explore and enjoy the beautiful UNESCO sanctioned Magaliesberg Biosphere, The Mountains of Wonder. This unique 100km Women's Walk will happen over 4 days, covering different areas and geological sites in the Magaliesberg Biosphere.
Kgaswane Mountain Reserve
Kgaswane Mountain Reserve is a nature reserve of 5,300 hectares consisting of veld and mountains, located 5 km south-west of Rustenburg on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg.
Waterfall Mall
Waterfall Mall is a 50 000m², up market, regional shopping centre, and includes an additional 10 010m² in GLA of Value Mart.



Waterfall Mall and Value Mart are situated in the heart of the North West Province, and is the only regional shopping centre in the region.
President Paul Kruger Museum
A collection of unique historic buildings that offers a fascinating insight into Paul Kruger's life at a time when South Africa was locked in a struggle for sovereignty with the British Empire. Monuments to the fighting men of the Anglo Boer War created by renowned South African artist Adam Madebe, pay tribute to our great history and are a must-see during your visit.
Pilanesberg National Park
Among Southern Africa’s fascinating game reserves, Pilanesberg National Park is possibly the most accessible. Situated in the ecologically rich transition zone between the Kalahari and the Lowveld, this vast area promises thrilling big game viewing in a malaria free environment. A wide variety of accommodation is available to suit your needs.
Magaliesberg Biosphere
The Magaliesberg Biosphere was proclaimed an international Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO on 9 June 2015, having been recognised for its exceptional natural, cultural and human characteristics. The Magaliesberg Biosphere is owned and managed by the people who live within it, and by their elected representatives.
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