Phezulu Safari Park has been built on the lip of the Valley of a Thousand Hills and offers visitors a wonderful insight into flora, fauna and Zulu culture.
At Johannesburg’s James Hall Transport Museum you will discover over 100 years of land transport vehicles, from ox-wagons and horse-drawn trams to steam trains and buses.
For painters and sculptors, an exhibition at the Everard Read Gallery means you've made it in South Africa.
As well as being an art gallery, Circa on Jellicoe is a modern, multi-purpose building that also hosts public events and small private functions.
Predator World in the North West province's Pilanesberg region is home to cheetah, lion, hyena, tiger and plains animals like rhino, zebra, giraffe, gemsbok, kudu, eland and warthog.
Johannesburg is a city with many nightlife and entertainment options. Some of the most iconic of these are located in Braamfontein district in the heart of the city.
The artistic heritage of the San is being preserved by a few contemporary San artists at the Art of Africa gallery in Cape Town.
A photographer’s view of Johannesburg
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