Book first class airfare to South Africa with Fly World Class for the promise of comfort and luxury en route to the Rainbow Nation. South Africa is replete with opportunities for adventure and is home to enormous gold mines, gorgeous beaches, amazing wildlife, impressive vineyards, and much more. There are many wonderful places to visit in South Africa, and two top destinations among world travelers are Johannesburg and Cape Town.
When you travel to South Africa via Johannesburg’s Oliver Reginald Tambo International Airport (JNB), you are at a city famous for its nightlife and packed with cultural attractions. The one site that many world travelers make it a priority to visit is the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site. Some of the oldest hominin fossils ever discovered are at this incredible site, which stretches across about 180 square miles. It is also home of a very large percentage of the world’s hominin fossils. Johannesburg is where the Nelson Mandela National Museum is situated. It is aptly called the Nelson Mandela House because it is a home the national hero lived in with his first wife initially and then later with his second wife, as well. Mandela famously said he didn’t really know he’d left prison life until he arrived at the unassuming brick home which now houses the museum. Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years for acts against apartheid, and he later became South Africa’s first black president.
Book first class flights to South Africa via Cape Town International Airport (CPT), to have convenient access to the important city of Cape Town. An iconic landscape in the city is Table Mountain. Many visitors ride “rotair” cars to the top of the mountain. A total of 65 passengers at a time are transported quickly and smoothly on a double cable. The remarkable design of the cars includes a floor that rotates 360 degrees during descent and ascent. The panoramic view is a favorite part of the adventure, for many. For an up-close look at Mandela’s imprisonment, countless visitors take the Robben Island Tour, which includes a visit to the jail where he spent those many years of his life. Mandela was in the Robben Island Prison from 1962 through February 11, 1990. He was freed by South African President F.W. de Klerk, who visited him the night before his release. Finally, visitors should be sure to see the Castle of Good Hope, which was built in the 17th century.
Book your cheap business class flights with our travel experts at Fly World Class to enjoy unsurpassed service and a luxurious flight to an exciting destination. Whether you land at Johannesburg’s Oliver Reginald Tambo International Airport (JNB), Cape Town International Airport (CPT), or any of the many other airfields in the country, you will find that you are rested when you arrive.