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Leave the affluence of Sandton behind for the revitalized Maboneng Precinct, located on the eastern side of the Johannesburg CBD. This tour takes you on a leisurely walk around the area with a visit to the Carlton Centre to browse the arts and craft shops. Meet urban artists and learn about the art galleries and studio spaces in this thriving creative hub.
Experience Johannesburg's many cultural attractions on a 5-hour city walking tour. Begin your journey at Ghandi Square to see local artwork and the famous Ghandi statue. Then head up to the Carlton Centre observation deck for panoramic views from Joburg's tallest skyscraper.
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see. With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
I've been hosting tours for over 5 years around Soweto. Also i was born here and spent most of my life in this neighborhood. We will go to some historical sites in Orlando East that are most of the times excluded in other tours, or we grab lunch with one of the community leaders in Orlando West in his home. This will give you a broader picture of Sowetan history than other tours.
The Inner City Urban Hiking Tour combines walking and the use of safe public transport to provide a structured tour of the City’s best kept secrets. The tour passes some of the City’s most magnificent heritage sites, offering a complete cultural mix and in doing so, exposes parts of the city that most people are reluctant to visit.
This fun walking tour covers the fascinating history of Fordsburg and surrounds. The tour meets up at the City Lodge Hotel in Newtown, from where we take a gentle walk to Fordsburg, covering some beautiful street and public art along the way. The focus is on street food, and we eat from Indian, Bangladeshi, Syrian, African and Pakistani traders – best to come hungry! You will discover all the hidden secrets, meet the traders and lovely people of Fordsburg, and do plenty of shopping! The tour is suitable for vegetarians and people unable to eat spicy food, but not for vegan or lactose intolerant eaters.
A walking tour about the rich history of Johannesburg, The discovery of Gold in 1886,1950 group settlement act, Nelson Mandela starting a law firm to Gandhi square.The tour will be full of photography experience we will be surrounded by old architect along with the history. we interact with the locals & take some great pictures. By walking through the city of Gold you will feel the hustle & bustle, lifestyle, & culture.We will start at Museum Africa, then to the workers museum, the last surviving municipal compounds for black male, continue to Chancellor House where Mandela and Tambo set up South Africa's first black-owned law firm. we move on to main street with some of the best old buildings still surviving in the city, it leads us to Gandhi square, a busy urban hub of commercial & retail activity, from here we move on to Carlton Center, Top of Africa which is the tallest skyscraper on the continent.After Carlton, we grab transport to the last stop in Maboneng Precinct for lunch.
This tour takes you on a Unique experience of Johannesburg where we will use the Local MINIBUS TAXI'S or an Air conditioned CAR or MINIVAN to commute and get around. We have qualified guides that will give you an insight into the history of Johannesburg and its more recent reflection on the migrant population of the City of Gold. We will pick you up at your hotel and drive to Constitutional Hill the site of the highest Court in the Republic. We will drive you through Braamfontein and over the Nelson Mandela Bridge to the Central Business District of Johannesburg and explore what makes this thriving city unique. We also visit the Apartheid Museum to gain an insight into the unjust system of Apartheid that unleashed an era of systematic racism in South Africa, whose echos can still be felt today. Then we head to Soweto to discover this amazing township which is home to two Nobel Peace Prize Laureates and the site of the Soweto Uprising.
If you are looking for an authentic experience in Mozambique that includes cultural immersion and adventure then this is the tour for you. We will drive you from Johannesburg, help you cross the border (which can be tricky and frustrating for international travellers), ensure you stay in safe and comfortable accommodation while exposing you to the beautiful country that this Mozambique.
Experience some of Joburg’s most famous drinking spots - from trendy rooftop bars to underground pubs and historic watering holes. Discover a city that is undergoing a remarkable rebirth, a city that offers much more than you would imagine in terms of trendy bars and entertainment. You are guaranteed an exceptional and memorable Joziburg day! The tour includes six stops. The final route is only confirmed a week ahead of time as stops depend on availability and private function bookings at the establishments, The Pubs, Bars & Rooftops tour is a curated experience that involves storytelling about the city’s history and regeneration along the way.
The perfect day tour for travelers looking to get some exercise in a natural environment. The hike is on a private nature reserve situated in the magaliesberg mountains that is home to indigenous plants and animal species. The tour is fully guided and all transfers from your hotel are included
Maboneng meaning “Place of Light” is a fully integrated urban neighborhood on the east side of Johannesburg CBD. Both a mixed-use development and urban community, Maboneng is home to several independent retail, restaurants and entertainment venues as well as loft apartments, offices, film and sound studios, a hotel, a hostel, a museum and creative factory spaces.As such, the Maboneng Precinct offers a range of well-designed and affordable spaces within an urban landscape in Johannesburg. With all its offerings, Maboneng has proved to be a popular destination for locals and international tourists.
Johannesburg(New York of Africa) in South Africa is the second largest city in Africa, in 2016 there were 4.94 million people living in the City of Johannesburg. Joburg, or Jozi as some prefer to call it, offers visitors an experience as unique and diverse as the city itself. Whether you are on business, in search of a cultural encounter, an adrenaline rush or simply want to relax and unwind for a few days, the city of Johannesburg has everything you’re looking for and more!History. Settlement of Johannesburg began in 1886, when gold was discovered in the Witwatersrand by an Australian prospector named George Harrison. The discovery spurred a feverish gold rush as fortune hunters from all over the world descended on the area.
Braamfontein is a mixture of our past, but most important our future it's a mixture, two different class...Students life and Corporate life in one place which will give you a unique understanding of Johannesburg future...
Enjoy a walking tour through the heart of the Johannesburg city centre, also referred to as the “City of Gold”. Visit a well-known craft brewery, walk past Chancellor House, see the South African Breweries, South Africa’s top brewer, founded in 1895, and continue the Johannesburg City Library, one of the most impressive buildings built in an Italianate style in the city in the 1930s. Walk past Luthuli House, headquarters of the African National Congress, followed by the Johannesburg City Hall, Rissik Street Post Office (built in 1897 during the time of Paul Kruger), the Anglo American Corporation, and Beyers Naude Square (formerly Market Square). Finally continue to the Johannesburg Magistrate Court, scene of two car bomb explosions in 1987, during the ANC’s armed struggled against Apartheid. The walk concludes at the clay sculpture of Walter and Albertina Sisulu, prominent activists during the Apartheid era. The sculpture depicts their love for each other and the South African nation.
Our Soweto tours are not just ordinary tours - our visitors get to interact with the people of the township, hear their untold stories, experience their music, share their traditional food and enjoy our customs.