O. R. Tambo International Airport
Catering for more than 17 million passengers each year, this air transport hub boasts an impressive infrastructure and is internationally recognised as a top airport. 40km
This is the state-of-the-art rapid rail network in Gauteng. The main link is between Pretoria and Johannesburg and OR Tambo International Airport. There will be several other stations located around the Gauteng area. 12 minutes between O.R. Tambo International Airport and Sandton CBD. Read More
Montecasino Gaming & Entertainment Complex
As Gauteng’s premier entertainment destination, this complex is located in Fourways and has been voted Best Casino, Best Entertainment Complex, Best Cinema Complex and Best Place to Take Out-of-towners. 20km
Sandton City & Nelson Mandela Square
This glamorous shopping experience is situated in the heart of Sandton and offers a variety of goods and services to cater for your every need. The Nelson Mandela Square offers a theatre, restaurants and more shopping. 500m
Johannesburg & Royal Kensington Golf Course
Situated in Linksfield, this site consists of two 18-hole courses, each with a champion layout and a unique golfing experience. 30km
Wanderers Golf Club
Opened in 1939, this is one of the most central courses in Gauteng. Visitors are welcome from Tuesdays to Fridays. 10km
Located in Sandton, over the years this hospital has received many local and international patients. The professional nursing staff and excellent facilities make this hospital a prominent choice. 5km
Maropeng Cradle of Humankind
Visit this site and the interactive display will be sure to leave you feeling exhilarated about the past, present and future. 45km
Pilanesberg Game Reserve is in the Bojanala Region of the North West Province, adjacent to Sun City, and ranks among the largest of the parks in South Africa and covers an area of 55,000ha. It is also home to the Big 5. 2 hrs.
Sandton Sun Spa
This exclusive Spa is located in the luxurious Sandton Sun Hotel and offers guests an intimate and rejuvenating experience. 500m
Nelson Mandela Square Theatre
This 200-seater theatre produces and shows a variety of productions that cover many genres. 500m
Newtown Cultural Precinct
This cultural hub of Johannesburg offers world-class theatre, dance, music, art, photography and crafts. Key attractions include the Market Theatre, MuseuMAfrica, Sci-Bono Discovery Centre and the Dance Factory.
Gold Reef City
This world-famous attraction is just 8km from Johannesburg central and offers a magnificent theme park, an exhilarating casino complex, theatre, restaurants and a unique experience for the whole family. 20km
Melville Koppies Hiking
Melville Koppies is the last conserved remnant of Johannesburg's ridges as they were before gold was discovered in 1886. The reserve offers a guided hikes for outdoor enthusiasts.
This museum takes you on an educational journey alongside famous faces such as Nelson Mandela, while the history of apartheid is illustrated in exhibitions.
Situated in Johannesburg, Constitutional Hill, the Constitutional Court is the highest court in South Africa and was born in 1994 at this country’s first democratic Constitution.
This is the site where the famous Mrs Ples was discovered and is located within the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
Climbing is a popular form of rock climbing performed on artificial structures in a controlled environment.
Bill Harrop’s Balloon Safaris
Enjoy a hot air balloon while sipping on champagne as you hover over the tree tops of the beautiful Magalies River Valley and Magaliesberg range.
Rhino & Lion Park
This park offers visitors the chance to play with baby animals, while the childrens playground keeps the kids entertained.
At the Johannesburg Zoo, visitors can explore 54 hectares filled with 365 species and 2070 animals.
Lesedi Cultural Village
This unique cultural venue invites visitors to experience the spirit of Ubuntu in Africa. The village is tastefully incorporated into the local bush with five traditional homesteads including Ndebele, Zulu, Xhosa and Basotho.
Soweto Township Tours & Shebeen Route
This unique experience takes you on a history lesson through Soweto.
This stadium is synonymous with rugby as it was host to the 1995 Rugby World Cup final and goes down in history as the first black-owned stadium in South Africa.
Johannesburg FNB Stadium (Soccer City)
This stadium is set to host both the opening and the final matches of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Built in 1987, it has played host of some of the most memorable matched in South Africa’s soccer history.
Sandton Convention Centre
As South Africa’s leading and most prestigious international convention centre, it offers a multi-purpose centre in the heart of Sandton, surrounded by top shopping and entertainment complexes. 200m