Situated on the slopes of Magaliesberg, an area in the North West province of South Africa and home to some of the oldest mountains in the world, lies the Hartbeespoort Cableway. If you're looking for a scenic, exhilarating and unrivaled aerial cableway experience in South Africa, the Harties Cableway Experience is perfect for you (click HERE to book your experience).
Your exciting cableway adventure will begin at the top, which is easily described as a paradise. In fact, you can take an entire day with friends and family to enjoy Harties Cableway and all the facilities on offer. Relax on grassy areas while taking in the outstanding views of Hartbeespoort Dam and the surrounding mountains and rolling hills, while munching on picnic basket treats that are prearranged just for you.
If you'd prefer to sit down and dine in style, make a booking at the Bugatti's Restaurant or enjoy refreshing drinks at the cocktail bar. For those of you who are coming along with kids, there's a Kidzone play area designed specifically for their fun and safety!
Another exciting activity to do while at the Harties Cableway is the Dassie Loop where you can explore the magnificent mountains and its flaura/fauna on a 1 km walkway. Keep your eyes out for endangered vultures that circle overhead. On a clear day you can even see the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg.
When you're ready, climb into one of the 14 hi-tech cable cars which are built to accommodate up to 6 people. You'll get to see clear, uninterrupted and world class views of the Magaliesberg mountains, Hartbeespoort Dam and endless horizons. This Hartbeespoort cableway experience is definitely one for the books!
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