Your affordable 2010 World Cup accommodation is 10 minutes drive from Johannesburg
International (O.R Tambo) airport . We are only 15 minutes from Johannesburg, the
host city to the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
Being centrally located, for the 2010 soccer World Cup, between Soccer City, Coca
Cola Park, and Loftus Stadium in Pretoria/Tshwane, places you in the prime spot.
The opening match will be at Soccer City, and more games will be played within these
three stadiums than at any other city. Each stadium is between 15 and 30 minutes
comfortable driving away.
The Cape Town and Port Elizabeth stadiums are best reached by means of air travel,
due to their distance from Johannesburg, bearing in mind that we are close to the
airport. Shuttles can be arranged very easily, depending on individual needs.
Soccer City (Johannesburg)
Greenpoint Stadium (Cape Town)
The Royal Bafokeng stadium is a 2 hour drive, which is highly recommended, as you
would like to be mobile in the area. The area hosts Sun City, which is internationally
acclaimed as an entertainment hot spot, The Pilanesberg Nature Reserve, with Rhinoceros,
Lion and numerous buck and wildlife species. The route also crosses through the historic
“cradle of human kind”, where the missing link fossils were discovered.
Royal Bafokeng Stadium
Transport shuttle, or car hire can be arranged. We have Mercedes Vito, and Volkswagen
mini buses, each fitted with GPS navigation devices. We will be honoured to provide
you personally with directions, safety tips, and driving routes at any time you may
be unsure of any aspect.
The stadiums in Nelspruit, Polokwane and Bloemfontein are accessible by road travel,
if this is what you prefer. Each one is an average drive of 4 hours from Johannesburg,
each road offering various aesthetic appeals, and tourist attractions with safe fuel
and restaurant facilities along the route.