JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
To fully appreciate Johannesburg you need to book a Holiday Houseboy, your private gay friendly tour guide. He will be able to show you around like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites, places off the beaten track or discover new experiences, the Holiday Houseboy is there to help you. He looks after your safety and welfare at all times.
Musa is no stranger to tourism. He graduated in Tourism and Hospitality. Besides he has also lived in the USA, Canada, South Korea and the Caribbean. Moreover when living abroad, he worked as a tour excursion assistant. In addition he has had work experience on 5 star cruises and yachts. He understands the true meaning of exceptional service. Although Musa is currently finishing his postgraduate studies, he finds time to complete his tour guiding licence part-time. This is for the Johannesburg region. Experienced in tailoring personalised tours for international guests, Musa is well versed in the culture, history and trends of this amazing city.
Musa is 27 years old, covid vaccinated, a non smoker and speaks Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, English and 4 South African languages.
Total cost for the guide services of Musa for one day (8 hours) is approx. US125. First pay a non refundable deposit of USD 45 by paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express). Then after his services pay USD 80 in cash to Musa after his services. Total 125 US dollars.
Finally this does not include transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.
How To book A Holiday Houseboy
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Remember a Holiday Houseboy is your gay friendly tour guide who looks after your safety and welfare at all times.
Please note these are guide services and not sexual services.
Book one or more of these amazing activities to make the most of your stay in Johannesburg.
Highlights of Johannesburg
Johannesburg is a cultural hub. It rests at the epicentre of the small province of Gauteng. The economic engine of South Africa. Jo’burg or Jozi as its commonly known by locals, is the country’s largest city. It is redefined by cultural expression, colourful culinary experiences and a thriving creative scene and arts emporium which defines Johannesburg today. Truly a modern and contemporary Pan African city.
Johannesburg is a city full of rich history emerging from the shadows of apartheid. It has undergone an astonishing rebirth. Its new cultural life has never been as dynamic, as it is now. Jo’burg was once considered a no go city and a place to avoid. But now Johannesburg is one of the most intriguing and most hip & happening metropolises in the world.
It is unlikely you will be the victim of crime. Even though safety is a major concern. Especially in the inner city of Johannesburg. However like any major hub in the world, you need to take precautions. Be aware of your surroundings as petty theft, pick pocketing and muggings in unsavoury areas of the city is fairly common.
However Johannesburg has one of the most friendliest people in the world. Locals as well as your guide will always advise you on what, and what not to do. Johannesburg is no more or less dangerous than most popular tourist destinations around the world.
Safety is of course an issue in certain areas of the city. As a tourist, just use common sense. Don’t leave your belongings unattended. Keep your valuables out of sight. However that doesn’t mean you should ever feel unsafe in Johannesburg.
Johannesburg is a wealthy, prosperous city with an incredible infrastructure. It has modern neighbourhoods and a thriving tourism industry. However tourists need to also keep in mind that inequality is still rife. This is the socio-economic impact for factors that breed poverty & crime in mostly township areas.
Known as the worlds largest urban forest, the city is sprawling and buzzing with energy. Especially in trendy upcoming neighbourhoods which have undergone urban rejuvenation like Maboneng, Marshalltown, Newtown and Braamfontein. These business & creative hubs are filled with art galleries, coffee shops, rooftop bars, fashion & shopping stores & markets. In addition there is live entertainment & music and restaurants, which are a must experience when visiting this city.
The Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill. Now a heritage site, they showcase Jo’burg’s unique history embedded in a mix of traditional meets urban. Visit these to understand South Africa dark & fascinating history. Jo’burg is a food lovers mecca and you’ll easily find and taste authentic South African dishes everywhere. Moreover you can find cuisines from other African immigrant communities like Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Somalia and Morocco.
Whether its visiting vibrant neighbourhoods or experiencing Soweto, there is much more to see. Try visiting a wine farm just outside the city. Go on a hike. Or experience the beauty of a tour of Johannesburg’s botanical gardens. Stopping past a few museums & art galleries in the trendy suburbs of Parkhurst, Rosebank, Milpark or Linden. And having a drink and dinner at one of the cities trendiest rooftop restaurants in the city. You will truly discover the hidden gem that is Johannesburg and are sure of a memorable experience.
Dear Reader. This text was written by our Holiday Houseboy Musa. He is very well educated gentleman, well travelled and has a true understanding of customer service.