Gauteng is the Sesotho word for "place of gold", because it was built on the wealth of gold found underground throughout most of the province. Although gold is still mined here, the economy is diversified with sectors such as finance, manufacturing and other mining activities. Gauteng covers 1.4% of the South African land area and contributes 33% to the national economy and 10% of the GDP of the entire African continent. Click on pic for more info
Come and enjoy with us exclusive surface and underground tours of the working Cullinan Diamond Mine. - "Click on Pic"
Join us for a fascinating City Tour through Pretoria, showing you a large part of South Africa's History and the beautiful Jacaranda trees - "Click on Pic"
Union Buildings - The statue is of Madiba with his arms outstretched to symbolise his embrace of the whole nation. One of his legs is in front of the other to indicate a nation on the move. From fingertip to fingertip the statue is 8 metres wide. "Click on pic"
Voortrekker Monument -Today it is the most visited heritage site of its kind in Gauteng and one of the top ten cultural historical visitor attractions in the country. - "Click on pic"
Church square - In the centre of modern, bustling Pretoria, Church Square provides a glimpse into the past. - "Click on pic"
Gold Reef City - an experience like no other - The Gold Reef City Theme Park, built on an old mining district, offers experiences like no other theme park! - "Click on pic"
Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa and one of the 50 largest urban areas in the world. It is the provincial capital and largest city of Gauteng. - "Click on pic"
Apartheid Museum - For anyone wanting to understand and experience what apartheid South Africa was really like, a visit to the Apartheid Museum is fundamental.- "Click on pic"
Soweto - When in Johannesburg, don't miss out on the Soweto experience - home of the legendary Nelson Mandela. - "Click on pic"
Lion & Safari Park - The Lion and Safari Park is a 600 hectare wilderness reserve situated in the Hartebeespoort, Magaliesburg and Cradle of Humankind area. - "Click on pic"
The Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve is set in the heart of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, west of Johannesburg. One of the private game reserves in Gauteng, it opened in 1985 with two white rhinos, but today boasts more than 600 animals. There are more than 30 species in the reserve including buffalo, lion, white rhino, wild dog and leopard and more than 20 antelope species, making this reserve one of the best tourist attractions in South Africa.- "Click on pic"
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