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Reynolds Travel

Lufthansa City Center Business Travel

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76 Fourth Street, Springs,
1559 Johannesburg
South Africa

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Monday to Friday: 08.00- 16.30, Saturdays: 08.30 - 12.00, Sundays & Public Holidays: Closed - 24/7 Emergency After Hours - +27 83 287 5630

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Experience cultural interactions that are real and inspiring. Whether you spend a day in a Zulu village or a city township; a week in a Xhosa household or escape to a typical South African farm, you’ll find South Africans are friendly and their day-to-day lifestyles and customs accessible. Short or long stay – you’re welcome!

The Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind

Have you ever wondered where we, human beings, came from?

Have you ever wondered where we, human beings, came from? What led to this evolutionary revolution on Planet Earth? All of the answers can be found in one place: the Cradle of Humankind.

The Cradle of Humankind is one of eight World Heritage Sites in South Africa. Here the landscape is dotted with subterranean limestone caves that have turned up a rich fossil record for human evolutionary studies. These findings have led to the 'Out of Africa' theory, estimating that most human ancestors originated from one general spot… Africa.

Robben Island

Robben Island

Transported through time

As you make your way through the corridors of Robben Island, you get transported to a time in South African history where the country reached a turning point. Standing in the jail cell that housed Nelson Mandela for so many years brings to heart the emotional story of the South African struggle for democracy and equality.

A trip to Robben Island is a bittersweet experience but is a must do for anyone visiting Cape Town.

Zulu Culture

Zulu cultural ceremonies

Celebrations

A festival involving snakes, a reed dance with thousands of Zulu maidens or a mass religious gathering of the Shembe are all cultural outings available to visitors to Eshowe in Zululand at certain times of the year.

The cultural calendar in Zululand has particular ceremonies of interest to visitors who can attend one of these events as part of a guided tour.

Lesedi Cultural Village

Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village

Immerse yourself in South African culture

At the Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village you can experience the colourful sights and sounds of authentic African villages and learn about the ways of the Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho, Nguni and Ndebele people. Traditional song and dance and a feast fit for a king top off an unforgettable day and night.

Located near Hartbeespoort Dam in South Africa's North West province, Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village is a flagship cultural tourism destination for visitors interested in learning more about South Africa's traditional people and cultures.

Ancient Mapungubwe

Ancient Mapungubwe

Uncover a ‘new’ ancient history

South African history goes further back than you think. Around the time of the Dark Ages of Europe, the royal court at Mapungubwe in Limpopo, was welcoming traders and men of influence from Arabia and the Far East. But it’s only in recent decades that the fascinating detail of this ancient city have been uncovered.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mapungubwe was once the capital of a country as large as Swaziland surrounded by over 200 small villages.

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

Discover the soul of the Eastern Cape

If you want to discover the rich and vibrant South African culture and how it has evolved over time, a trip to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum in the Eastern Cape is definitely an eye-opening experience.

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum is home to an impressive collection, ranging from British and Oriental art, international printmaking, and art from, and of, the local Eastern Cape. Even St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth, the entrance to which you’ll find the museum, is a piece of art created by Mother Nature herself.