Explore Johannesburg

Why Johannesburg

The great things about Johannesburg will be seen here!

This is just the tip of the iceberg.

Easy access to transport and city attractions

  • Johannesburg Stadium 6.2 Km’s
  • Gold Reef City & Casino 6.7 Km’s
  • Melville Koppies Nature Reserve 1.3 Km’s
  • Johannesburg Botanical Gardens 2.4 Km’s
  • Ellis Park Stadium 9.4 Km’s
  • Wanderers Stadium 9.0 Km’s
  • Sandton 17.0 Km’s

Explore The Activities Of Johannesburg

Apartheid Museum

Take an emotional walk through the museum chronicling the story of 20th century South Africa and the now-defunct Apartheid system. The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 […]

Gold Reef City

Gold Reef City is one of South Africa’s top family attractions. Reminiscent of an authentic turn-of-the-century mining town and conveniently located just 8 kilometers from the […]

Johannesburg Zoo

The Joburg Zoo situated in the leafy northern suburb of Johannesburg covers 55 hectares of land. The zoo was founded in 1904 when the land was […]

Mellville Koppies

Melville Koppies is a Nature Reserve and a Johannesburg City Heritage Site. It is the last conserved remnant of Johannesburg’s ridges as they were before the […]

Montecasino Bird Garden

Enjoy and experience the wonder of the Montecasino Bird Gardens. With a multitude of beautiful walkways within magnificent gardens allowing you to relish in, and marvel […]

Mountain Sanctuary Park

Mountain Sanctuary Park is a privately owned nature reserve,nestled in the Magaliesberg Mountains. These majestic Mountains, 2 billion, 3 million years old, stand proud and untouched, […]

Neighbourgoods Market

The Market is a source for speciality foods & goods – a meeting point to enjoy the community, swop ideas and be inspired by the energy […]

Origins Centre Museum

The Origins Centre is the world’s only museum dedicated to exploring and celebrating the history of modern humankind. The Museum provides visitors with a unique experience […]

Pilanesberg National Park

“Among Southern Africa’s fascinating game reserves, Pilanesberg National Park is possibly the most accessible. Situated in the ecologically rich transition zone between the Kalahari and the […]

Rosebank Art & Craft Market

Giving you the vibrance of a truly African marketplace filled with a warm energy and rhythm. We offer an assortment of artifacts, beading, wiring, sculptures, gifting […]

SA National Museum of Military History

The South African National War Museum was officially opened on 29 August 1947 by the then Prime Minister of South Africa, Field Marshal J C Smuts […]

The Cradle of Humankind

“The Cradle of Humankind region in South Africa, which is approximately 90 minutes’ drive from the Johannesburg city centre, offers visitors the opportunity to learn about […]

The Lion and Safari Park

Get closer than you could ever imagine to Africa’s most incredible wildlife. Feel the breath of the lion and the thundering of the gnu’s hoofs, all […]

Walter Sisulu Botanical gardens

This Botanical Garden was founded in 1982, but has been a popular venue for outings since the 1800’s. The Garden has been voted the best place […]

Wonder Caves

The cave was discovered by Italian miners in 1898. They mined out approximately 15% from the formation and brought them to the surface. The formation consist […]