Cultural Heritage site
spectacular views overlooking a 500m drop into Swaziland from the
Lebombo Mountains, the first know inhabitants of the area took
residence in the Border Cave some 200 000 years ago. These caves are
an archaeological gem as they are one of the few places in the world
with a continuous stratigraphic record which provides some of the
oldest evidence of human evolution in Africa.
is an interpretive centre sharing the story of prehistoric life at
a small guiding fee, you can walk to the cave (09h00 - 16h00),
however it is preferable to discover the history and geology of the
area with Digs Pascoe, our local historian.