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Return trip by bus coachwith 12 passengers

The coach hire starts on 09-12-2020 in Johannesburg, with a distance of 1,445 kms , and a duration of 3 days.

About the group: Tennis players travelling for a tournament. Bus must have a trailer hitch

JOHANNESBURG COACH HIRE PRICE R23,738.96
Average quoted per person ZAR1,978.25

Offer for a 22 seater with luggage space for 20 bags with a VW Crafter (2013)

Midibus, VW, Crafter, 2013, 22 seats

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Return trip by bus coachwith 22 passengers

The coach hire starts on 07-11-2020 in Johannesburg, with a distance of 128 kms , and a duration of 1 days.

About the group: all adult no luggage

JOHANNESBURG COACH HIRE PRICE R3,420.00
Average quoted per person ZAR155.45

Offer for a 22 seater with luggage space for 20 bags with a VW Crafter (2013)

Midibus, VW, Crafter, 2013, 22 seats

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Return trip by bus coachwith 18 passengers

The coach hire starts on 27-11-2020 in Johannesburg, with a distance of 427 kms , and a duration of 2 days.

About the group: Staf retreat between ages 23 - 38. Hand luggage.

JOHANNESBURG COACH HIRE PRICE R8,208.00
Average quoted per person ZAR456.00

Offer for a 22 seater with luggage space for 20 bags with a VW Crafter (2013)

Midibus, VW, Crafter, 2013, 22 seats

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Return trip by bus coachwith 20 passengers

The coach hire starts on 17-10-2020 in Johannesburg, with a distance of 102 kms , and a duration of 1 days.

About the group: Group of middle aged ladies going out for lunch

JOHANNESBURG COACH HIRE PRICE R3,420.00
Average quoted per person ZAR171.00

Offer for a 22 seater with luggage space for 20 bags with a VW Crafter (2013)

Midibus, VW, Crafter, 2013, 22 seats

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Return trip by bus coachwith 15 passengers

The coach hire starts on 04-12-2020 in Johannesburg, with a distance of 1,098 kms , and a duration of 1 days.

About the group: It's a group of women and the reason is outing. Every lady will have a suitcase (small). We are looking for a best price for comfort.

JOHANNESBURG COACH HIRE PRICE R15,960.00
Average quoted per person ZAR1,064.00

Offer for a 22 seater with luggage space for 20 bags with a VW Crafter (2013)

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What to see during your tour in Johannesburg with a rented coach with driver

Johannesburg is a sprawling city, marked by rich and poor, industry and nature reserves. It's a place of diversity, where you could equally likely to be shaking your head in confusion or gasping in wonder. Many people ignore the city's sights, and stay just one night in Jo'burg before heading off elsewhere in South Africa. Yes, it doesn't have a stunning mountain like Cape Town, or a warm friendly beach like Durban. But its fascinating mix of cultures and experiences make it an essential place to explore. Attractions are spread across the city and a rented coach is a perfect opportunity to see everything safely and conveniently.

Black Pearl Tours bus

Luxury bus from Black Pearl Tours

Soweto:

The world's second largest slum started as a place where poor black workers lived during the gold rush. They would do the hard graft for white bosses who kept the money. Its 2million plus people are still very poor, but many of them wouldn't swap Soweto for anywhere else. Colors dominate the area; graffiti is plastered to everything, clothes come in all shades of the rainbow, and even the urinals have been painted. If South Africa is the rainbow nation, then Soweto is the real life representation of this metaphor.

Vilikazi Street, Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa

Vilikazi Street, Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa credit: South African Tourism CC BY 2.0

Orlando West:

Soweto is safe to visit and just walking around is an experience, but the main attractions are in the Orlando West area. Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu both lived on Welekazi Street, making it the only street in the world where you'll find two Nobel Prize winners. Nearby, the Hector Pieterson museum shows the remarkable tale of the student uprising against apartheid in Soweto where innocent school children were shot for protesting. Many coaches of tourists are seen in Soweto so don't think you're going to stand out. Friendly locals will wave hello, and for some of the cheapest souvenirs in the whole country visit the market stalls behind the Hector Pieterson museum.

JohannesburgSoweto

Johannesburg/Soweto credit: April Killingsworth CC BY 2.0
Hector Pieterson being carried by Mbuyisa Makhubo. His sister, Antoinette Sithole, runs beside them.

Sandton:

From the poor to the rich of Johannesburg, Sandton is the city's most affluent district. Hotels shine and prosper, restaurants focus on fine dining, and the wide streets are a stark contrast to the narrow alleys of Soweto. Opulent shopping malls and business skyscrapers dominate the centre, but this neighborhood does have a lot of character. Visit any of the bars and you'll immediately have some new friends, black and white, and the tucked away boutique restaurants showcase African cuisine at its finest.

Cradle of Humankind:

This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the most important in the world for understanding human evolution. Inside stunning caves excavators have found the world's biggest collection of hominin fossils, relating to a species that predated humans. Completely set within a lush nature reserve it makes for an ideal break from the city. After admiring the fossils get personal with the Lion King cast at the Lion and Rhino nature reserve. Then say sorry to the animal world and devour zebra and impala steaks at the Carnivor restaurant.

Hominid models, Sterkfontein Caves Visitor Centre

Hominid models, Sterkfontein Caves Visitor Centre credit: flowcomm CC BY 2.0
Sterkfontein Caves, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa, Gauteng, World Heritage Site, Fossils

Atmospheric Markets:

Before Sandton's expensive markets, locals shopped in markets that sold everything from gourmet food to second hand socks. A trip through these markets is an atmospheric journey through the continent, as traders come from all over the world. Sample food delicacies at the central food market, or walk through Indian markets selling elaborate material and award winning samosas. Or haggle for fruit and veg with Malawians and Zimbabweans. Finally, check out the local flea market that you find on many street corners. You know all the second hand clothes you donate to the Red Cross or an African charity. These clothes end up being sold at these markets for nominal fees, and huge piles of coats or t-shirts lie in piles on the floor.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe credit: Ninara CC BY 2.0

Apartheid Museum:

South Africa's most comprehensive museum dedicated to apartheid is a must for understanding both the history and the present of the country. It has dedicated exhibitions to some of the forefathers of the apartheid fight, and some shocking examples of the brutality of the regime. Through photos, films and testimonials it does a good job of painting a realistic picture of what life was like during apartheid.

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Minibus from SA Coach Charters & bus Rentals in Gauteng

A Football Game:

Soccer City was built to host the 2010 World Cup final and its 90,000 capacity might seem a bit over the top for a country that still has much poverty. However, the stadium is still used by the country's two top teams, Orlando Pirates and Kaiser Chiefs. Each attracts a huge crowd and tickets cost less than €5.

SOCCER CITY JOHANNESBURG

SOCCER CITY JOHANNESBURG credit: shanediaz120 CC BY-SA 2.0

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Average lowest daily rental price 20,423.20
Average highest daily rental price 21,433.77

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