Don’t just visit Mahatma Gandhi’s Johannesburg home. Make it your own – if only for the night.
It was Gandhi’s experiences of racial discrimination in South Africa that helped form his political views of passive resistance against the British Empire.
Satyagraha House in the city’s Orchards neighbourhood is both a museum and guesthouse. It was built in 1907 with the thick whitewashed walls and thatch of a traditional farmhouse.
Now fully-restored, it evokes the period of Gandhi’s life central to what he became famed for across the globe.