Many South African families, and international guests, have journeyed to Cullinan to explore Oak Avenue’s treasures. Eateries, souvenir shops and old-timey photo spots call the original town’s buildings home and the bustling main street makes for an exciting outing. Visitors to the region also likely visit the museums and enjoy a tour of the diamond mines. If you haven’t yet had this opportunity, which we highly recommend, allow us to share some insights into the famous Cullinan diamond.
A summer sun-kissed glow… A Bushveld breezy balm to ease the soul… Love is in the air in true Little Eden flair during the month of love!
Are you visiting Little Eden during the month of love? We have curated a list of romantic-things-to-do in and around Little Eden with your significant other, the next time you visit Little Eden Resort:
Now is the time for us to stand together while standing apart.
It is important that we all do our best in ensuring that we maintain hygienic principles and that we all remain home, during this time, in our efforts to flatten the curve of COVID-19. Closing Little Eden Resort and maintaining lockdown during this period is for the benefit of all guests and our employees. As President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his speech, “This is a decisive measure to save millions of South Africans from infection and save the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.”
Are you planning on visiting Little Eden soon? To enrich your holiday experience – we have selected a few unique places and some old-time favourites to visit on Cullinan’s Victorian-inspired main road called Oak Avenue.