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Average Flying Time11 hours 17 mins (Avg)
Airline FlyingQatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air France
Average Flying Kms9070 km (Avg)
Best Time to TravelLate October to February
Time Zone UTC/GMT +2 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 14.0193 ZAR
Modes of TransportMetropolitan Bus Services, Taxi
Why Fly to Johannesburg
Top 10 Places to Visit
The museum takes visitors on an emotional journey through 22 exhibits showcasing the fight back of the blacks. Iconic landmark and a major tourist attraction in the city, no children are allowed due to enter to the museum.
An interesting museum in Jo’burg, which is filled with ample interactions and fascinations. The amazing collection of rock art is the spotlight of the museum along with a chance to explore the African origins of humankind.
One of the most popular museums in the city, it is a great place for military history enthusiasts. It houses weapons, tanks and aircrafts during the world wars and other armed conflicts occurred in South Africa.
Wildlife lovers has a great chance to enjoy and spend the day at the lion conservation. Located next to a picturesque Coquitlam River, the park is enormous allowing adequate space for playing, picnicking, and strolls along the riverside.
A massive labyrinthine maze constructed from reeds. Challenge for all ages, there are 5 secret gardens to uncover in the 3.5 km maze. Challenge comes in different forms from elemental maze, Maize Maze to moonlight maze.
A significant historical site, this was once the residence of Mohandas Gandhi. It is a living museum offering a one of a kind experience to visitors from its spiritual library to dining room and the unruffled garden.
The sanctuary is among the only 8 free release primate sanctuaries in the world and home to over 80 indigenous primates from worldwide. A primate rehabilitation center nestled at the foothills of the Magaliesberg Mountain range.
Surrounded by a vibrant birdlife and an exotic wildlife, it is among the largest cave chambers in the country. The 60 m deep cave is located in the World Heritage Site- a in the Cradle of Humankind.
The Botanical Garden boasts of exotic plant species and finest collections in the world. Adjacent to the gardens is the Emmarentia Dam, which makes up from multiple dams ideal for recreational fun.
Make it on top of one of the most dominant skyscrapers, the 50th floor of the Carlton Center, to enjoy spectacular sights of Johannesburg. For several years, the iconic landmark was one of the tallest in the southern hemisphere.