Attractions and things to do in Brits

De Wildt Cheetah Centre

Daily tours take visitors around the facilities of the centre that specialises in breeding cheetah and other endangered species

Granite Works

The largest diamond saws in the world are used to cut blocks of granite

Vaalkop Dam Reserve

A nature reserve tailor-made for bird watchers – over 340 bird species have been recorded

Le Croc Tours

An interesting crocodile farm where you can participate in crocodile cage diving;

Vredesboom – “Peace Tree”

The tree under which negotiations took place after the Battle of the Crocodile in 1864;

Lesedi Cultural Village

Tour Ndebele, San Bushman and Afrikaner villages Lesedi, which is seSotho for ‘light’, was initiated in 1995 as a tourist attraction and today features five traditional dwellings, each representing a South African culture: Pedi, Zulu, Xhosa, Basotho and Ndebele. Each of these families lives here permanently, looking after cows, chickens and tourists.

Jo Roos Studio Gallery

A South African sculptor and painter with a sense of adventure, Jo Roos is internationally renowned for his portrayal of wildlife.

General information

Rotsinbos is approx. 20 minute drive from Brits and is a mere 10 minute drive to amenities such as a fuelling station, butchery, fresh fruit market and convenience store.

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