Key Shuttles and Tours is a privately owned transfer company based in Pretoria dedicated to providing a high quality personal service in a professional atmosphere. We are committed to exploring new opportunities whilst maintaining a friendly, fair and creative work environment.
Respecting diversity, new ideas and hard work we act with honesty and integrity with a promise to never compromise on service excellence.
The management of Key Shuttles and Tours is made up of a highly driven team who are focused on ensuring that at all times we deliver an uncompromised service quality that exceeds expectations.
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We operate from:
* Johannesburg International Airport
* Lanseria Airport
* Wonderboom Airport
* Gautrain Stations
* Corporate Offices
* Private residences
* Various Game Lodges throughout Gauteng, North West Province and Mpumalanga Point to Point transfers
Our service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including public holidays.
PRETORIA CITY TOUR - ½ DAY
Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa and has a reputation for being an academic city with three universities and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) located in its eastern suburbs, The city also hosts the South African Bureau of Standards making the city a hub for research...
JOHANNESBURG CITY TOUR – ½ DAY
Johannesburg is a young city that is yet to celebrate its second centenary, and already it has an incredible history and legacy. The settlement sprang up in 1886 when prospectors found gold in the area now known as the Witwatersrand. When the discovery became public, thousands flocked here in search of fortune and new opportunities. Today, Johannesburg still attracts those who want to realize their dreams and achieve success.
CULLINAN DIAMOND MINE – ½ DAY
The mining town of Cullinan is the home to the Premier Diamond Mine, also known as the Cullinan Mine. The mine is most famous for the Cullinan diamond (also known as the Star of Africa) which was discovered here in 1905 and is the worlds largest ever diamond. Hence the Cullinan Mine is a very worthy location on the Gauteng map.
LESEDI CULTURAL VILLAGE
Lesedi Cultural village is located in the heart of the African bushveld and rocky hills, in The Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site. ‘Our culture is the light of our nation – whoever walks here amongst our cultures at Lesedi can also see the light’ Be set to be enthralled in an adventure that reveals the mystical cultures and traditions of the people of Africa, as you encounter five traditional homesteads, each inhabited by Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribes who live according to tribal folklore and traditions of their ancestors.
DE WILDT CHEETAH AND WILD LIFE CENTER
The Ann van Dyk, De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre lies in the foothills of the Magaliesberg.This privately owned and funded non-profit organization was established in 1971 by Ann van Dyk on her 65 hectare farm in an effort to breed what was once a threatened species, the cheetah - the population of which was estimated at a mere 700 at around this time. Since its inception, some 500 cheetahs have been raised and re-settled in game reserves throughout South Africa and other countries, proof that a cheetah bred in captivity doesn’t lose its hunting instinct and can adapt quickly to its natural environment.
The Elephant Sanctuary has African elephants and offers an interactive elephant experience, elephant back riding and overnight accommodation. Hands-on educational elephant interactions are offered. This provides our guests with a far more intimate experience with the elephants. The staff are committed to the use of positive reinforcement elephant training methods and as a result, The Elephant Sanctuary have relaxed elephants who enjoy interacting with guests.
THE CRADLE OF HUMANKIND
The Sterkfontein Valley landscape is in both western Gauteng and the North West Province and is also called The Cradle of Humankind because it includes remains of hominids from about 2 to 3.3 million years ago. There is also proof of early stone-age, middle stone-age, later stone-age, early and late iron-age and modern people. Thousands of fossils that show human evolution over the past 3.5 million years have been found since 1936. These fossils are important because they show how these human ancestors lived, what they ate and what animals and plants existed with them. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1999.
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