For anyone who is going on holidays to Johannesburg this year but is unsure of what to do when they get there, some advice from South Africa’s BizCommunity.com could be useful.

For anyone who is going on holidays to Johannesburg this year but is unsure of what to do when they get there, some advice from South Africa’s BizCommunity.com could be useful.

The website suggests several activities that will allow families to get the most out of their stay, including a visit to the city’s zoo.

It states that tourists can see all kinds of species there, including gorillas and polar bears, while enjoying the relaxing setting.

Meanwhile, there is also the Cradle of Humankind for a look at human evolution out of Africa and a tour of Soweto.

“[This] offers a glimpse into a legendary township rooted in the history of South Africa,” BizCommunity.com suggests.

Picnics in the bush close to the multitude of birds and other wildlife are a final option put forward by the portal.

Lonely Planet recommends Johannesburg – or ‘Jozi – as the “beating heart” of South Africa and said it is a fascinating, three-dimensional city.

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