Johannesburg Trip for Awala George Omagbitse
Created by: OMAGBITSE GEORGE
EXPLORING SOUTH AFRICA FOR THE FIRST TIME
Croc City Crocodile and Reptile Park
The farm is situated north of Johannesburg, close to the Lanseria International Airport and the Cradle of Humankind – and a five-minute driv...
Airtrack - Flying Pictures
Marty De Kock has run Airtrack Adventures for more than 12 years, flying over 45 000 happy passengers. We conduct sunrise flights daily over T...
Art now international Gallery
...You can browse our most popular artwork and gadgets via the navigation bar on the left. If there is an item that is not listed within our c...
At the Carlton Panorama you will have some very wonderful views of the city. On the 50th floor of the tallest building in South Africa this wi...
Cherie de Villiers Gallery
Established in Johannesburg in 1993, the gallery offers an extensive range of paintings and bronze sculpture by leading South African artists....
Country Club Johannesburg - Woodlands
The Woodmead property spreads across 236 hectares and includes 14 dams stocked with many fish varieties and woodlands inhabited by some 180 sp...
Ellis Park Stadium
Ellis Park Stadium is a rugby union and association football stadium in the city of Johannesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa. It hosted ...
Gandhi's contribution to the struggle for liberation and justice has recently been acknowledged by the City of Johannesburg. The site of the c...
Go-Carting and Dirt Riding
Go carting is an enjoyable motor sport for anyone hooked on speed. In Johannesburg one can enjoy the rugged terrain with mud, speed, screaming...
Johannesburg Botanic Gardens
This park is a mix of meticulously tended lawns and fountained terraces. Creative landscaping, traditional gardening methods, splashes of summ...
Enjoy a relaxing day with the entire family wandering through the 54 acres of lush gardens. The wide variety of wildlife will enthrall and ent...
Killarney Country Club
Killarney Country Club is centrally located alongside the M1 motorway within easy reach of Sandton, Rosebank, Hyde Park and the CBD offering t...
Lesedi Cultural Village
Lesedi is a charming, authentic and earthy African experience in the heart of the bush, only 25 mins from Pretoria or Johannesburg; you will f...
Mary Fitzgerald Square
In 1986, Newtown's Market Square was renamed to honour Mary Fitzgerald, an Irish-born activist who is said to have made a great contribution t...
Museum Africa is Johannesburg's social and cultural history museum. It is located in what was once the city's fruit and vegetable market, with...
Nelson Mandela Bridge
One of Gauteng's most recent landmarks, the R53-million Nelson Mandela Bridge, was opened on July 20 2003 as part of the celebrations for form...
Soweto & Apartheid Museum Tour
Soweto is a symbol of the New South Africa, caught between old squatter misery and new prosperity, squalor and an upbeat lifestyle, it’s a v...
Dobsonville Shopping Centre
The first major shopping complex in Soweto, Dobsonville Shopping Centre is seen as a symbol of economic development in the area. It houses maj...
Orlando Towers (Pty) Ltd was established in 2007 by Skyriders (Pty) Ltd, with the concept of developing the disused Orlando cooling towers in ...
The owner Stuart Mcclarty has been a chef for 23 years, supplying the city's restaurants - but six months ago he opened his coffee shop and ba...
KwaZulu Muti - Museum of Man and Science
For a totally different sensory experience and a look at an Africa unknown to some, take a trip downtown to the Museum of Man and Science in D...
Dine and browse to your heart's content through supermarkets, boutiques, chain stores, shoe shops and cinemas. There is also a miniature golf ...
One of Johannesburg's most established shopping centres, Killarney Mall was the first shopping centre to be opened in the city in 1961. The ma...
The Montecasino complex was built to resemble a Tuscan village. Late-night shopping is a unique feature and clothing; jewellery and African cu...