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About The James Kitching Fossil Exploration Centre

The James Kitching Fossil Centre lets visitors discover a landscape that forms an integral part in world history, specifically Earth's extinction event 250 million years ago. Take a half-hour stroll with a guide to the nearby Gats River bed and find your own real fossils.

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Reviews for The James Kitching Fossil Exploration Centre

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Kim Sales
06 January 2017

The information centre was excellent and our guide enthusiastic.

Carol Norval
04 January 2017

Interesting geological history.

Staci Katsivalis
23 March 2016

Andries was a great guide.

08 January 2014

Whilst playing in the furrows, my eldest had the time of her life exploring the fossil centre. Best experience of her holiday!

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The James Kitching Fossil Exploration Centre is 4.5km from the centre of Nieu Bethesda , the nearest airport 262.4km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
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