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South Africa’s largest city and the capital of Gauteng region, Johannesburg is a dynamic yet amiable city that boasts of a cosmopolitan society, exciting outdoor adventures and historically important destinations. Not only is it environmentally friendly, it is also the biggest city on the planet which is not located next to a water body. Take a flight to Johannesburg to discover its rich culture, delicious food, and many attractions.
Situated in the Southern Hemisphere, Johannesburg has a sub-tropical atmosphere with hot summers and dry cool winters. The best time to take a flight to Johannesburg is between the mid-year months of October and April. It rains irregularly amid this period. The winter months are mild and dry and snow is an irregular rarity.
Also called Jo’Burg, Johannesburg is otherwise called eGoli (City of Gold) because of the expansive gold and precious stone exchanging that happens here.The city is situated on the Witwatersrand slopes, rich in rare and costly minerals.
O. R. Tambo International Airport is where all Johannesburg flights will land. It serves as the main airplane terminal for domestic as well as international flights to/fromJohannesburgas well as South Africa. O. R. Tambo is Africa's busiest air terminal with an ability to handle up to 28 million travellers every year. The airplane terminal is the hub of South Africa's biggest airline, South African Airways (SAA), and also serves as a hub for other airlines like Airlink, Comair, Interair South Africa, South African Express, Mango, and Kulula.O. R. Tambo International Airport took care of a sum of 18 million travellers in 2014.
There’re so many things to do once your Johannesburg flight lands. Visit the Mandela family museum which was the first house of Nelson Mandela and has been converted into a beautiful museum. Explore the historical south western townships which display the life and cultures of the people of Johannesburg, different from its modern-day outlook. Pay a visit to Satyagraha House, a great place to understand legendary Mahatma Gandhi’s influence on the South African history. There’s also the Lion Park which allows visitors to interact with the animals. One can even touch lion cubs, feed giraffes and drive through this game park. And last but not the least, make a stopover at Wonder Cave. This natural wonder takes the visitors down a long flight of steps and is a great place to see some wonderful geographical facts.