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Join Air to Air Africa for the ultimate flying experience. Hot Air Ballooning is the oldest form of flight known to man. Get to know your fellow passengers as you enjoy a pre flight cup of tea or coffee before joining the crew as they prepare the balloon for your adventure. Float like a cloud and look down on a 360 degree ever changing view. Enjoy the peace and tranquility while watching the sun rise above the horizon. The silence is broken only by the sound of burners.

Toast the landing with a traditional glass of champagne and orange juice to celebrate your flight while the crew packs the balloon away. Then it’s off to a local venue for a full breakfast. Your commemorative certificate is a permanent reminder that proves you defied the laws of gravity. Celebrate the major events in your life with this memory of a life time. Engagements, birthdays and anniversaries, even for that special first date, or just for the fun of it. Open dated gift vouchers are available on request. Air to Air will fly large groups from a venue of your choice for those team building conferences and product launches – company logos may even be placed on the basket.



The Oriental Plaza - posted by jabulile, Nelspruit
i loved everything about the plaza. it contains so much more. i have seen things rom wedding decorations to toiletry,bedroom,clothes and kitchen stuff.i have seen things that ...
Wandies Place - posted by jr49, England
a great spot. splash out and give some of the more off-beat meals a try, and spend the afternoon with mates drinking some of the local brew. top experience.

Mythos - posted by Nan Mardghum, Broederstrrom
My husband and I often go there for a Saturday lunch and we are never disappointed. Good friendly service, delicious food and a good atmosphere.

Talamati Bushveld Camp - posted by Joe, Johannesburg
I have been going to the Game Reserve for many years, and I have stayed in most of the camps. However, I always come back to Talamati as my favourite. It is such a restful and...
Linger Longer - posted by Peter, Johannesburg
This must be one of the best restaurants in Jhb !! I have always received good food and great service here, although the atmosphere can be a little formal at times
Blyde Canyon - posted by Prof. Dr. Klaus Richter, Germany
Perfect place for the northern Drakensberg region! Excellent with respect to the price! Will stay there again without any hesitation.


Johannesburg has a rich cultural and political history, and the best way to experience this is by taking one of the many guided or self-drive day trips that are available in and around the city. There are insightful tours to suit all needs, whether you're interested in investigating the vibrant Soweto, travelling down some of the world's deepest gold mines or learning about the country's dark political past and exceedingly bright future.

But there's more to Johannesburg than its culture and history. There are dozens of day trips in the area that will leave you in awe of this magical city, whether you're swinging from canopies in the picturesque Magaliseberg or exploring the decadent streets of the Sandton on foot. Better yet, plan your time carefully and you can combine two or more of these trips to create a wonderfully action-packed day.

Locals with exceptional insight and appreciation for the area run most of the guided tours, while the self-drive trips give you the luxury of flexibility. Whichever way you choose to experience the city, you will find that Johannesburg is full to the brim with activities that will capture everyone’s imaginations.

For the more daring diner, South Africa offers culinary challenges ranging from crocodile sirloins to fried caterpillars to sheep heads. All three are reputed to be delicious. For the not-quite so brave, there are myriad indigenous delicacies such as biltong (dried, salted meat), bobotie (a much-improved version of Shepherd's pie) and boerewors (hand-made farm sausages, grilled on an open flame).

Those who prefer to play it altogether safe will find that most eateries offer a familiar global menu - anything from hamburgers to sushi to pad thai to spaghetti bolognaise. And you can drink the tap water.

On a single street in a Johannesburg suburb, one finds Italian restaurants, two or three varieties of Chinese cookery, Japanese, Moroccan, French, Portuguese and Indian food, both Tandoor and Gujarati. Not far away are Congolese restaurants, Greek, even Brazilian and Korean establishments, and, everywhere, fusion, displaying the fantasies of creative chefs.

When coming to Johannesburg you have to try our restaurants - they are part of the vibe and uniqueness that makes Johannesburg the exciting city that it is !


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