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Explore Johannesburg

Johannesburg has rapidly evolved to a vibrant center of arts and culture. The city was established in 1886 following the discovery of gold on what had been a farm. Commonly interpreted as the modern day El Dorado due to the extremely large gold deposit found along the Witwatersrand. Within ten years, the population had grown to 100,000 inhabitants. 

Things to do
in & around Johannesburg

The Apartheid museum

The museum, part of the Gold Reef City complex, was opened in November 2001.

The museum allows visitors to experience the racial segregation that occurred during apartheid by separating them by racial appearance and their race. The apartheid museum is a symbol of the democracy South Africa has and diversity which was granted to the whole country in 1994.

All races are welcome at this museum.

At least five times a year events are held at the museum to celebrate the end of apartheid and the start of a beautiful democracy for the people of South Africa.

lions & safari park

Get up-close with some of Africa's most famous wildlife, less than an hour's drive from downtown. Wouldn't you like to cuddle a lion cub, take the Cheetah Walk, or hand feed giraffes.  The choice is yours, self-guided tours are permitted, however you can also join a guided game drive in the park's vehicles to see lions, cheetahs, zebras, ostriches, wild dogs, hyenas, and various species of antelope. Nighttime feeding tours and river rafting tours are other popular things to do.  But hey, remember to adhere to all safety regulations and keep your car windows up!!! 😉 

soweto city

Abbreviation of South Westerns Townships.
In 1976 the Soweto uprisings sought to overthrow of the Apartheid state and spread across the country.
The easiest and safest way to experience and visit Soweto is on the "Full day Soweto city and Apartheid museum tour", knowledgeable guides will take you to the shanty towns to meet the residents and you will also have a chance to visit the homes of, Nelson Mandela and
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, both
Nobel peace prize.

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