How to get to us

If you are not sure how you can get here, get in touch and we can try and arrange a lift for you with someone else.

By ‘public’ transport (from Joburg)

You can get a taxi to Magaliesburg from Wanderers Street in Johannesburg inner city. There are two options. You can take the taxi going to Rustenburg for around R100. This goes straight through Magaliesburg.

Option 2 is to take a taxi to Krugersdorp and change there for another taxi to Magaliesburg. You’ll have to walk a little in Krugersdorp to another taxi rank. This costs in total around R35.

We can arrange a pick up for you from Magaliesburg.

Getting here by car:

It takes about two hours to get here from Johannesburg or Pretoria. The directions will take you around the town of Magaliesburg and ends with 11kms of decent (and scenic) dirt road. You can follow 1.Google Maps or 2.Written directions to get here.

1. Using Google Maps

(NB: please use our directions! Driving straight to Lalela’s location on Google Maps will take you on a very rocky dirt road)

Drive to this point and turn left onto the gravel road (signpost: Naauwpoort)

Drive 5.6km and turn left at the signposts “Sikelele” and “Emoyeni”

Drive 4.4km and turn right at the signpost “NV12-14”. 

Drive 900m past Puschka farm on your left and through a green gate (lock combination is 1214 if it happens to be locked).  Turn left at the sign for Lalela and park below the trees where you can see a “P”.

2. Written directions

Drive West on the N14. Then take the R563 towards Hekpoort. Drive 19km, then turn left onto the R96 (the only signpost for this road is: “Magalies Manor”).

Drive 11km, then turn right onto the Rustenburg Road/R24. Drive 27.9km, then turn left onto the gravel road at the signpost “Naauwpoort”.

Drive 5.6km and turn left at the signposts “Sikelele” and “Emoyeni”

Drive 4.4km and turn right at the signpost “NV12-14”. 

Drive 900m past Puschka farm on your left and through a green gate (lock combination is 1214 if it happens to be locked).  Turn left at the sign for Lalela and park below the trees where you can see a “P”.