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    London Johannesburg flights from £460

    The flight between London and Johannesburg takes around 12 hours. Gatwick and Heathrow airport offer both direct and indirect flights from London to Johannesburg with about six different airlines serving the route. When flying to Johannesburg from London it is not uncommon to stop first at one of three destinations, including Doha, Dubai or Istanbul. Stopovers will add significantly to your overall travel time but will often offer you a better chance of finding a cheap flight from London to Johannesburg. When flying from London - Johannesburg you will arrive at Tambo International airport. Located in the business district of Johannesburg it is well serviced by both public transport and private hire taxis. Be sure to always use one of the airports recommended taxi services to ensure both personal safety and reasonable pricing when completing your journey from London - Johannesburg.

    Cheap London - Johannesburg Flights

    To travel between London and Johannesburg at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Johannesburg flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Johannesburg flights by departure date.

    Price history London - Johannesburg

    The fares of cheap flights between London and Johannesburg are displayed in the price calendar. You will find, for each day, the price of plane tickets, one-way and returns, calculated according to two key factors: the best estimated price and the best price found by an internet-user between London and Johannesburg. Thus, leaving you with nothing to do but choose your cheap flight from London to Johannesburg.

    Required travel documents for South Africa

    The time difference between London and Johannesburg is only one hour. For visits up to 90 days, British citizens do not require a visa to visit South Africa but will need a valid passport. There are no special and particular customs regulations to deal with on your flight between London and Johannesburg. However, it is worth contacting the South African consulate before travelling to double check the acceptability of all your luggage. Travelling to Johannesburg from London offers visitors the chance to explore a city of enormous natural and cultural importance. Full of exciting, must see landmarks and magical landscapes.


    Gold Reef City

    Themed around the gold rush, the park offers the most intense theme park experience in all of South Africa. It also boasts a live show, "Idols of South Africa" which should not be missed. The park is not for the faint hearted, but those travelling with young children should find there is more than enough to do without going on the bigger rides.

    The Cradle of Human Kind

    A UNESCO world heritage site and one of the most spectacular places of natural beauty in the world, the Cradle of Human Kind is home to a maze of limestone caves. It has been the site of some of the most important archeological discoveries, with the oldest human remains ever recorded having been found there.

    Apartheid Museum

    An important if sobering experience. The museum offers visitors an engaging and eye opening tour through the history of the apartheid. Both inspirational and difficult it should be seen as an absolute must for anyone visiting the country.

    Johannesburg Zoo

    One of the largest zoos in South Africa it is home to some of the world's most magnificent and endangered animals. The zoo has managed to successfully breed the extremely rare and sought after African white lion and is one of the only places in the world the animal can be seen.

    Ellis Park

    A place of great national significance and importance. In 1995 the South African national rugby team won the world cup at Ellis park and helped to unite a nation that had been torn apart by Apartheid. The stadium tour is wonderful and offers not only an insight into the incredible structure but also the social and political climate at the time of the teams win.