As the largest South African city, Johannesburg is easily one of the most visited holiday destinations in the region. It is a landlocked city with plenty of trees and green spaces to provide you a relaxing time. There are a great variety of things to do in Johannesburg to fit all kinds of budgets and interests with everything from quiet art galleries to adventure-filled zoo or safari parks.
Johannesburg is a fantastic starting point if you want to travel to Cape Town and the Kruger National Park. Nonetheless, your brief stay in the city is very rewarding because the attractions that can be visited here are full of surprises.
Another place where you can unwind and relax is the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, a place where you can find native flora and lots of birds.
If you want to check out the largest art gallery in the entire Africa, go to the Johannesburg Art Gallery and marvel at the hundreds of local and international paintings and works of art.
The Johannesburg Zoo is an impressive area where you can see about 2000 animals representing 320 species. But if you want to see a more natural setting for wild animals, you can travel to the Kruger National Park and stay a night or two at its rest camps and safari lodges.
The subtropical highland climate of Johannesburg is characterized by a wet, sunny summer season from October through April and a dry, sunny winter season from May through September. Average high temperatures range from 16 °C (61 °F) in June to 25.6 °C (78.1 °F) in January. The rainiest months are from November through February.
If you are looking out for events in the city, check the events schedule at the Coca-Cola Dome because it is one of the top venues for expos, theater shows, and sports events.
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