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Opening times

We are open 365 days a year 8:30am – 4:30pm

Adults R100

Pensioners R80


Kids Under 4 Free

Fish Spa R65


The Sudwala Caves and the Dinosaur Park are two separate businesses.
Sudwala Caves tickets can only be purchased at the cave entrance.


Turn off the N4 onto the R539 and continue for about 10km until you see a Sudwala sign.
Turn in, Cross over the bridge and follow the Signs. The caves are about 2km up a scenic winding road.
For elderly or disabled guests please use the upper car park as this provides wheel chair access via the fish spa.

Crystal Tour

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Fish spa pedicures provide a fun and unusual way for you to clean and exfoliate your skin.
Customers place their feet in warm freshwater tanks containing dozens of toothless Garra rufa fish, which are about the size of minnows. These little guys are known as doctor or nibble fish and they provide an excellent service. Here are some of the benefits of a fish pedicure:
1. Fish do an excellent job of nibbling away the dead skin all over your feet.
2. After the fish have finished nibbling your feet will be soft and smooth.
3. Fish therapy can help help psoriasis but it does not cure it.
4. A Fish pedicure is a great stress reliever because the nibbling generally makes you laugh and giggle.

The Dr fish exfoliation is believed to stimulate blood flow and improve circulation, remove bacteria, reduce foot odour and help with athlete’s foot.
They can also stimulate acupuncture points, helping to regulate the nervous system, relax the body and release fatigue.

Most traditional spas use a loofah or a pumice stone to exfoliate feet and get rid of dead skin but for a fish pedicure Instead of a pumice stone sloughing off your calluses, fish nibble it off to give you soft feet with exposed new skin.

We are not saying its better than a full pedicure at a traditional spa, but its certainly more fun.

Things to see

Mac Mac Falls


The Sabie Waterfalls Route – Cinderella to the Blyde River Canyon and its incredible cliffs and views – is well worth taking time to do. And Mac Mac Falls is one of them.
There are actually more waterfalls around Sabie than anywhere else in southern Africa. Regarded as the most stunning of the lot, Mac Mac has twin falls that plunge some 70m into a gorge below.
Now a national monument, the waterfall was not always split in two. Gold miners in the area for the gold rush blasted the originally single stream to try and reach the gold-bearing reef over which it drops. Mac Mac tends to revert to one fall during the dry season.

Gods Window

Gods Window is so called for the panoramic view of the Lowveld more than 900 m down into lush indigenous forest clad ravine. The majestic cliffs plunge over 700 meters to the Lowveld and the private game reserves which have made the area one of South Africa’s main wildlife destinations. God’s Window is a small part of a 250km long earthwork of sheer cliffs and extravagant beauty.
Viewing sites are provided along the length of the spectacular Blyde River Canyon including God’s Window, and there are numerous fantastic walks, hiking, horse and mountain bike trails. From the parking area a very steep stepped footpath along the edge of the escarpment leads to the actual view points. God’s Window and Graskop are perfect en-route stopping points for those visiting the Kruger National Park.
There are curio stalls and toilet facilities at the parking area. God’s Window is a popular site and for good reason! One can spend hours here just admiring the incredible view.


The 2019 race of the screaming monster will take place at 7am on the the 01 of May 2019 and will be the 12th running of this unique race. This is a 21.1km half marathon and its not an easy route. It involves a climb to the top of the pass and into the Sudwala Caves. This is mountain goat heaven. Just when you think you must be at the top, you have to ascend even futher, and when you run out of road, there’s another steep climb to the cave itself.
Participants run into the caves and around the screaming monster before descending 2km down the mountain to the finish line.
With 21km, 10km & 4.9km routes this is an amazing running event for the whole family to enjoy. To find out more email Mike Summersfield or log onto

Credit Card Service Interruption

The Sudwala Caves uses a mobile phone service to provide communications for our credit card machines. We are currently experiencing credit card service interruptions due to Eskom’s load shedding. We have our own power generator but the mobile phone towers are not operating during the power outages. This means we are unable to process credit cards during this time. We are working on a solution and hope to have this problem solved within a week. We would advise not to rely completely on credit cards at this time.


The Crystal Tour will not be run until further notice due to the drought. Deep underground the cave has become extremely dry and dust has become a problem. As a precaution and in order to protect the crystal formations from being covered with dust we have therefore stopped running the Crystal Tour for now. All other tours are still operating as normal. An announcement will be made once conditions improve and tours can be resumed.

For more information please contact Caryn or Stefa on 083 446 0228 or via email