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In this most recent addition to the Southbound Pocket Guides to South Africa's World Heritage Sites, David Fleminger provides a wealth of information for travelers interested in touring this celebrated locale that figures so prominently on the stage of human prehistory.
Information provided in this guidebook includes details of guided cave tours (including costs, hours of operation, and contact information for arrangement of special tours of various archaeologically active sites), availability of on-site facilities, and descriptions of the various museums-both in and out of The Cradle-that specialize in human-origins displays.
David Fleminger, author of five of the eight Southbound Pocket Guides to South Africa's World Heritage Sites, recommends you plan to get to Maropeng Visitors Centre in time for lunch or sundowners, as you can relax on the terrace overlooking the misty Magaliesberg.
"Obviously, a tour through the Sterkfontein Caves is a highlight of the Cradle," he adds.
Many of the Cradle's most famous caves are considered from an historical perspective, with information provided on early gold-mining activity, quarrying operations, and fossil excavations.
Almost two dozen distinct locations on the overall heritage site are discussed.
September 2009 Western Gauteng's Cradle of Humankind, or 'place where we once lived' in Setswana, is a complex network of dolomitic limestone caves where at least 40 different fossil sites have been discovered.
As indicated above, the book is produced in a nifty pocket size with a soft cover, complete with maps, pictures and indexes.
"And don't be put off by memories of school trips from years past.