Thu, 03/18/2010 - 18:50
South Africa welcomes you to an interesting experience of true South African culture of friendliness and reconciliation.Please join African Timeout on a tour of a lifetime , if it is a short half day tour, or a extended South African tour, you will leave filled with enjoyment and understanding for a place you have only wondered about.
African Timeout will tailor-make a tour to suit your itinerary and budget so please feel free to send your ideas
Tue, 02/12/2013 - 21:44
The Pilanesberg National Park is situated in the Northwest province, 160-km northwest of Johannesburg, In an eroded volcano that is more than a million years old and one of the largest kind in the world.
A very Early departure (05:30)from the hotel and head north through fertile valleys that give way to the mighty Magaliesberg mountain range. A early departure makes sure that we arrive early morning as the gates open to have the maximum time to view the game and try to find the illusive nocturnal animals.
Our game drive is done in our vehicle with a registered tourist guide to give you maximum viewing pleasure.
Tue, 02/12/2013 - 18:06
A city that shouldn't be a city.
Join African Timeout on a fact finding tour of this unique city with a relative short history. Only established in 1886 and only due to the the largest ever discovery of gold in the world,Johannesburg tells a story of wealth and poverty , of people from all walks of life coming to find wealth.
Wed, 04/06/2011 - 12:32
After a few hours at the Apartheid Museum you will feel that you were in the townships in the '70s and '80s, dodging police bullets or teargas canisters, or marching and toyi-toyiing with thousands of school children, or carrying the body of a comrade into a nearby house.
This extraordinarily powerful museum, certain to become one of Johannesburg's most important tourist attractions, has become an obligatory stop for tourists and residents alike.Book this Tour
Wed, 04/06/2011 - 12:19
The next time your six year old asks where we come from or you need convincing that cousin Norman is in fact not the missing link, a visit to Gauteng's Maropeng at the Cradle of Humankind is waiting to answer these age-old questions!
The name ‘Maropeng', is a Setswana word meaning ‘returning to the place of origin' which is the theme of the visitor attraction and highlights the fact that humankind originated from Africa. Located within easy reach of Joburg and Pretoria, Maropeng overlooks the splendid Magaliesberg and Witwatersberg mountain rangesBook this Tour