Safari in Kruger National Park offers you the opportunity to see the famous Big 5. Wild animals real and live face to face as you saw them on N/Geographic
For a Jocund, Jubilant Experience Take a Private Tour of Johannesburg
Johannesburg is South Africa’s biggest city, the capital of Gauteng province and the second largest city in Africa. More than 3 million people are now calling Johannesburg their home.
It began its life as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement and its sprawling Soweto township was once home to Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
The home where Nelson Mandela once lived is now the Mandela House museum. The other Johannesburg museums recount the struggle to end segregation and they include Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill a former prison complex.
The city is often referred to as Joburg or Jozi for short and it offers all visitors an experience that is as unique and diverse as the city is itself.
There are many ways and means to have the best holiday ever in Johannesburg and it will not matter whether is it a cultural experience, a thrill-seeking adrenaline adventure or a relax and unwind break, this city can offer all of those things and much more.
On Sightseeing Tours Visit the Many Museums That Include Mandela House Museum or Explore Intriguing Archaeology Site
The social aspect in Johannesburg is second to none. Most of the people living here are culinary connoisseurs, and this is very obvious in the many high-end restaurants that you can choose from.
There is also a market that stays open till there is no one around and there, you can taste some local cuisine that is cooked right in front of you.
The entertainment and nightlife will not let you down either as there are many bars and cafes, music venues, theatres and nightclubs to be found.
After a long tiring but thrilling day of sightseeing tours, you can either have a lovely relaxing night or, alternatively, to make the most of your holiday go Wild!
Top 10 Things to Do in Johannesburg
Travel Tips for Johannesburg
The best time to take a trip to South Africa will depend on what you want from your it. Weatherwise, during the months from October to April, are recommended. October, November and April are the ideal months for private tours or sightseeing tours as the weather is cooler, there are fewer crowds and it may also be a slightly cheaper time. January and February are hot, so if it is just a beach holiday you are looking for, it is a perfect time.
Probably the most expensive thing about South Africa is getting there because when you are there, it is relatively inexpensive. The biggest expense is likely to be accommodation, but if you are not too fussy you can get a night in a b&b, with an evening meal, that is basic but clean for $60. Activities are more expensive in peak season, as are private tours, but shop around as prices vary with different tour operators.
Sadly, there is nowhere in the world that is crime free, so when in South Africa be careful of your belongings. Only carry enough money to do you for the day and keep it somewhere safe on your person as there are pickpockets everywhere. Never walk alone at night in unpopulated dark areas. Tipping in restaurants and bars is between 10-15 percent but never feel obliged to leave a tip if the service was a disaster.
South Africa has a lovely climate that is temperate with plenty of sunny, dry days. Winter is June, July and August when it is generally dry and cool with snow only falling in the mountainous regions. September and October are springtimes. Summer is December to February and it also is the rainfall season with The Cape getting most of the rainfall. It can get extremely hot during January but perfect for getting that golden tan you always wanted!
The 4 Day Kruger National Park wildlife Safari focuses on one of Africa's largest Game reserves on the African Continent situated in South Africa
Experience the splendour of the UNBELIEVABLE! Kruger National Park Safari and its surrounds with an unforgettable Bush walk and game drive.