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Johannesburg City Guide
With a population of over 9 million within its metro area, Johannesburg is the second largest city in all of Africa. The city itself is home to almost 1 million people, and is a unique mix of business and cultural diversity. So, book Auckland to Johannesburg flights and visit this gorgeous city.
Joburg, or Jozi, as some choose to call it, is a growing city, filled with endless possibilities. This bustling city is famous worldwide for its alluring exhibitions, breathtaking architecture, lively street music, and incredibly creative street art.
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When Should You Book Flights Auckland to Johannesburg?
Johannesburg is in the middle of one of the finest climates on our planet, with marvellous weather throughout the year. The most affordable option would be to book flights Auckland to Johannesburg during the low season, between March and May, or from September to November. Hotel accommodation will also come at a much better price, and there will be many return flights from Auckland to Johannesburg available.
Cheap airfares from Auckland to Johannesburg
Being such a popular tourist destination, it’s no surprise that there are over 50 AKL to JNB flights available daily. Many airline companies also offer return flights from Auckland to Johannesburg at very affordable prices.
Departing from Auckland Airport (AKL)
Auckland Airport (AKL) is by far the busiest airport in New Zealand. It handles around 70% of the international traffic in the country and is located approximately 20 kilometres from the centre of the city.
Getting to Auckland Airport (AKL)
Being such a busy airport, it offers travellers many transportation options. The most popular ones definitely being the taxi and shuttle bus. Using the SkyBus service will cost you only NZD 18, and will take you from the city centre to the airport in no more than one hour. However, for those of you who don’t want to experience the hassle of travelling, and want to arrive completely stress-free, you can always use a taxi. A taxi ride will cost you around NZD 70, and will take you directly to the airport, from the city centre.
Parking at Auckland Airport (AKL)
Auckland Airport (AKL) offers travellers two parking options, the economy car park, and the standard car park which is very close to the terminal. Both options are great and provide both uncovered, and covered parking. If you opt for the economy car park you should know that a walk to the terminal will last only 10 minutes.
And, of course, for those of you who want to travel hassle-free, you should definitely opt for the standard car park, as it is much closer to the terminal. However, it is also the pricier option.
Which International Terminal Will Your Cheap Airfares from Auckland to Johannesburg Depart from?
Your AKL to JNB flights will depart from the international T1 terminal at Auckland Airport (AKL).
Arriving to Johannesburg Airport (JNB)
Upon arriving from Auckland to South Africa, you will find yourself at the O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB). The South African Airways is situated here, as well as some smaller airlines. O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) is the most important international and domestic airport in South Africa.
Getting from Johannesburg Airport (JNB) to Your Hotel
O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) is located around 21 kilometres from the city centre. By far, the quickest way to get from the airport to the city centre is the Gautrain, a fast, reliable railway system which leaves every 12 minutes.
Metered taxis are also available, so those of you who want a more comfortable ride, you can always opt for a taxi ride. However, keep in mind that this is a pricier option.
Arriving to Lanseria International Airport (HLA)
Located 45 kilometres north of Johannesburg, the Lanseria International Airport (HLA) is a privately owned airport, and is well-connected to the city. This means that even though it is quite further from the city centre, you will still be able to get to your hotel with ease. Many of the return flights from Auckland to Johannesburg will also land at this airport.
Getting from Lanseria International Airport (HLA) to Your Hotel
The Lanseria Airport Taxi Service is a good choice, as this is an official, authorised service, and will offer a wide range of vehicles to ensure comfort. Those of you who want to save some money can opt for LIAshuttle transfers, which are perfectly synchronised with the flight schedule, so you can be sure that a shuttle will be available at all times.
Things to do in Johannesburg
Gold Reef City
Located only a short eight kilometres from the city centre, Gold Reef City takes you on a ride through history. It offers its visitors a series of historical exhibits and thrilling theme park rides of the gold rush days. The most popular theme park ride is definitely the Anaconda roller coaster, which is full of twisting and turning rails. So, book Auckland to Johannesburg flights and join the adventure!
Upon arriving from AKL to JNB many of you will be wondering what is the best place to visit, where you can learn about the history of this African gem. The best place to do so is the Apartheid Museum. It offers an insight into the fascinating, but also a frightening history of the Apartheid in South Africa, and even well before it. If you are a history buff, then you should book Auckland to Johannesburg flights and visit Apartheid Museum.
Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens
Many travellers just want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some peace and quiet, while being surrounded by nature. The Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens can offer just that, a serene slice of wilderness on the edge of the city. The centrepiece of the garden is the magnificent and mesmerising Witpoortjie Waterfall. So, book flights Auckland to Johannesburg and bask in its beauty.