Johannesburg is South Africa's largest and most populated city with 3.9 million residents, easily boasting the largest economy of the country and thus Sub-Saharan Africa. Located in Gauteng province, and pronounced jō-hān'ĭs-bûrg', it's commonly referred to by one of it's shortened nicknames; Jo'burg, Jozi, Egoli or the city of gold.
From the Johannesburg Travel Guide
This is a brilliant hostel. I'm not sure that it could be improved. The manager and staff were very helpful and friendly. The location is a perfect way to ease youeself into South Africa. ... more
I arrived late at night & it seemed rather dingy. The bedding was brown in colour & I wasn't sure how clean it was, so I slept in my sleeping bag on top of the bed. I was in a 6 bed dorm room, but as I was the only one in it, there was plenty of room. The cleaner was working hard the next day so maybe it was clean after all. ... more
Johannesburg Airport hotel
You can Stay in "Airport Game Lodge - Kempton Park" The Lodge is ideally located for business and leisure travelers passing through Johannesburg and its airport.They offer a large variety of amenities for a comfortable and enjoyable stay, including a free airport shuttle. ...
Johannesburg and Kruger Park
Hi! Finally made my reservations to SA and I so much looking forward to this trip! My first stop, in October, is to Johannesburg and my plan is to rent a car and thereafter move on to Kruger Park. I would ...
We checked out of our beautiful guest house in Cape Town and headed toward the airport for our flight to Johannesburg. After returning our rental car we boarded the plane and arrived in Jo-Burg without concern. In Johannesburg we were being picked up and staying with someone none of us had met ...
Posted in South Africa by zillichs
Jeg har endelig kommet frem til Johannesburg og er veldig fornoyd! Flyturen gikk greit, vi kunne se paa nye filmer og fikk baade mat og drikke der, saa det var ikke daarlig! Vi bor i et slags stort ...
Posted in Afrika og Australia 2011-12 by stinediinhoff
Å ankomme flyplassen i Johannesburg gikk greit. Ikke så veldig langt å gå til gaten. Kan ikkje si at æ kjente meg igjen fra sist gang. Fant fort fram til et røykeområde(puh). Kom i snakke med en hyggelig mann fra Namibia. Han syntes det var lenge å være 6 uker på Harnas, men det e æ ikkje så sikker på ...
Posted in Namibia by Brita T.