Johannesburg Zoo

The Joburg Zoo situated in the leafy northern suburb of Johannesburg covers 55 hectares of land. The Zoo houses over 320 species of animals and is internationally accredited and highly respected for its husbandry practices of maintaining a high standard of animal welfare, nutrition and ethical conduct, ensuring the physical and psychological well-being of all its animals. As a popular tourist attraction for edutainment, the zoo offers visitors day and night tours, school holiday programmes, venue hire and regular events for the public.

Nelson Mandela Museum, Eastern Cape

The Soweto bungee jump is one of several new Soweto adventure activities now on offer and is one of the most exciting ways to see South Africa’s biggest township. Based around the Orlando Towers - part of the old Orlando Power Station and a major Soweto attraction - the new activities are fast changing the way visitors experience the township.

For a start, you now have the most awesome view of Soweto from the top of the towers. Then, of course, there’s the adrenaline rush; never before have visitors been able to enjoy adventure activities such as these in genuine township settings.

Mandela House, Pretoria

The Apartheid Museum, the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid: The racially prejudiced system that blighted much of its progress and the triumph of reason which crowned half a century of struggle. The Museum has been assembled and organized by a multi-disciplinary team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers. An architectural consortium comprising several leading architectural firms, conceptualized the design of the museum on a seven-hectare site. The museum is a superb example of design, space and landscape offering the international community a unique South African experience.