_We***30Located in Sandton, Johannesburg this is habour to South Africa’s state of the art restaurants and retail shops. A great place to take wonderful pics while connecting to the history and cuisines of South Africa.
_GG***02It is majestic building with a beautiful gardens and statues. The White House of South Africa with the Presidential home to the east. It has great views of the city and a majestic stature of the renowned Nelson Mandela.
_We***61A stunning day out. Animals are well looked after and prices are reasonable. There are much nicer safaris in Johannesburg but much more expensive. You can spend 5 minutes with the white lion cubs which will try to steal and chew your flip flops. A must go if you don't want to spend too much money on a safari
D23***43This is a fun day out!! Wether you are young or old ... if you have the need for a thrill these rides are fantastic! Unfortunately not all the rides are always working - but hopefully it’s your lucky day and you get to go on the rides you want. It does get full though! Come early!!!
DONG C RThe Ancestral Museum is located on a hill on the outskirts of Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa. It reflects the history of the struggle between the South African Bohrs and the local Zulus, which is the famous battle of Bohr in history. Above the building is a large dome with a hole. At 12 o'clock on December 16 each year (that is, the day of the Battle of the West River in the Battle of Bohr), the sun directly shines on the tombstone on the bottom of the building and enters The sun symbolizes God’s blessing to the Waterlux people. In front of the main building, there is a group of bronze sculptures-"Mother and Son", which mainly shows that women and children played an extremely important and unique role in this war. There is a huge head of African buffalo carved directly in front of the building. The buffalo is considered to be the most dangerous wild animal in Africa. The head of the buffalo protects the monument from outsiders. The tour guide focused on introducing us to the 27 reliefs in the hall. These reliefs were all sculpted from white marble, telling the whole process of the Bohr War.