Johannesburg Tours / Nightlife

Johannesburg Tours / Nightlife:

Johannesburg Tours / Nightlife starts right here with Shuttle King. We will collect you at any given address and return you safely back after your tour.

Sandton City 

Known for its very sophisticated, opulent, expensive ambiance. This part of Johannesburg has many beautiful locations, mostly within walking distance and close to the Gautrain station.

There is plenty of safe underground parking available, including Nelson Mandela Square and Sandton City.

Icon Club Sophisticated nightclub experience for a mature and trendy crowd in the 25-45 age group. Tastefully decorated, smart and sexy atmosphere, nice selection of music genres throughout the weekend.

Fridays: Music Urban, Hip Hop, R&B, Dancehall, House Open 21h00 till late, Dress Code Smart, Strictly over 21. Saturdays: Music House and Commercial, Open 21h00 till late, Dress Code Smart Elegant, Ladies Strictly over 21, Gents over 25.

Sundays: Music: Urban, Hip Hop, R&B, Dancehall, House, Open 19h00 till late,Dress Code Smart Elegant, Strictly over 21.Secure Parking on Fredman Drive. Address: 12 Fredman Drive, Sandton. Tel: +27 72 144 5852 or 011 783 3860.


The Johannesburg Metropole consists of the Johannesburg CBD, the outer urban and business centres of Sandton, Midrand, Randburg and Roodepoort, and the townships of Soweto and Alexandra.

The economic engine of South Africa, the city of Johannesburg was built atop some of the world’s largest mineral reserves, including 30% of the world’s gold. Also called ‘Egoli’ or ‘Place of Gold’ in Zulu, Johannesburg is the largest city in Sub-Saharan Africa, covering over 200 square miles. Founded in 1886 after the discovery of gold, ‘Joburg’ is one of the highest cities in the world at 1750m above sea level, and is situated on a watershed called the ‘Witwatersrand’ (White Waters Ridge). The word for ‘Ridge’ – ‘Rand’ has consequently been adopted as the moniker for South Africa’s currency – appropriately so, as it was the gold deposits beneath JHB that have contributed historically to the lion’s share of SA’s wealth. Though the gold deposits have dwindled (or at least those that can be reached at this time – more lies deeper), Johannesburg remains the economic powerhouse of South Africa and is growing all the time…