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Travel Tips to Johannesburg (JNB)
Johannesburg – enhancing South Africa’s wealth
Johannesburg, the capital city of South Africa’s Gauteng province, supplies 70 percent of the country’s industrial production. This has accumulated great prosperity for the city, mainly supported by black middle class citizens. The industries in this area are flourishing and inspire those living there to play an active role in the success of the city.
If you are looking for a first-class game of golf, then Johannesburg has the answer. Its pristine courses have long been known throughout the world as the best of their kind. There are also exclusive casinos with unlimited opportunity to try your luck after a flight to Johannesburg.
History recreated in the Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum is the most visited attraction in the entire country. It is exclusively dedicated to the struggles of apartheid. The fascinating documentation ranges from its development in 1948 to its ending in 1994, and important periods thereafter. Texts, photographs, posters and films all bear witness to the history of South Africa and the extreme segregation faced by people based on their skin colour. Evidence of this could be seen at entrances to buildings with two doors - one labelled “whites” and the other labelled “non-whites”. The exhibitions can be emotional for observers, particularly when touring the replica of an isolation cell.
Baby animals in "Lion Park"
If going on a safari has always been a dream of yours then you can fulfil this desire right in the largest city of South Africa. The “Lion Park” in the district of Fourways hosts a variety of rare and even endangered animal species, such as the White Lion, from Africa. The facility is divided into two parts - a savannah landscape with antelopes, giraffes and zebras, as well as a habitat for predators like wild dogs, cheetahs, hyenas and lions. Visitors are also given an opportunity to play with and feed the baby animals – even the wild cats. The park operators are keen on raising awareness for natural and wildlife preservation.
Visiting indigenous tribes
An unforgettable day means a visit to the Lesedi Cultural Village. Located a short distance of 50 kilometres away from Johannesburg, five African tribes - Ndebele, Pedi, Basotho, Xhosa and Zulu - allow guests to share their centuries-old traditions. Among the activities available to participate in are their dance performances stimulated by insistent rhythms, and dining on typical tribal meals - included in the programme. Reserve your flights to Johannesburg with FlyDoha and fully enjoy the exciting adventures of Jo’burg!