Get to know South Africa’s biggest city on a full-day tour that covers all the highlights of Johannesburg and Soweto. Take in the views from the Top of Africa, learn about the city’s history as you visit Constitutional Hill and the Apartheid Museum, then follow in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela in Soweto, with a tour of the Nelson Mandela House, Hector Pieterson Museum, and Freedom Square.
Combine a comprehensive tour of Johannesburg with an educational visit to Soweto Township in a single tour. This half-day excursion allows you to check many of the must-see area landmarks off your list, including the Hector Pieterson Museum, the Apartheid Museum, and Constitution Hill. Along the way, you'll enjoy insightful commentary from your guide.
This tour is a tour provides a great way to see everything that stands out about South Africa's History in one day. We start in Pretoria which is the administrative capital of South Africa. Known as "Jacaranda City" for its thousands of jacaranda trees, it's also home to universities and government buildings. The Voortrekker Monument, honors 19th-century Afrikaans settlers from the Cape Colony. We then pass close by, the Kruger House is where Paul Kruger, the former President of the Transvaal, lived from 1883 to 1901. The semicircular Union Buildings encompass the president's offices and hosted Nelson Mandela's inauguration. The Apartheid Museum illustrates the rise and fall of South Africa’s era of segregation and oppression, and is an absolute must-see. We then head to Soweto township bordering the city's mining belt in the south. The Hector Pieterson Museum located two blocks away from where Hector Pieterson was shot and killed. We visit Mandela House, on Vilakazi Street.
With tree-lined avenues, striking architecture, and important monuments shining a light on a strong colonial history, Pretoria ranks among South Africa’s must-see cities. On this tour, spin through Pretoria in comfort by air-conditioned minivan with your guide and explore with ease. Take in top attractions including the Paul Kruger House Museum, the Voortrekker Monument, and the Union Buildings, and gain insight into South Africa’s rich culture and colonial past.
Get a comprehensive tour of Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa, on this half-day excursion. Following a guide and a carefully curated itinerary means you won't miss any of the must-see highlights, including the Voortrekker Monument, Freedom Square, Loftus Versveld, the Kruger House, Pretoria University, and other landmarks. As you travel, listen to in-depth commentary from your guide to learn about the city's history, culture, and people.
Our tours are run by by well trained and well experienced tourist who are registered with accredited tourism authority(THETA)tourism,hospitality,sports,education and training authority.our guides are very knowledgeable,love working with people,always smiling and very welcoming.
Spend 4 days and three nights with us camping in the world renowned Kruger National Park. We set up camp in one of the original rest camps inside Kruger Park where we spend our evenings relaxing and preparing dinner around a camp fire.
Soweto is the most iconic township in South Africa. The city is busting with a rich cultural heritage that was borne from the discovery of gold and oppressive policy of Apartheid. Discover the role Soweto played in the struggle against Apartheid. And of course, take a tour of the worlds most famous man-Nelson Mandela. All in all, a unique and interactive experience that is perfect for travelers with limited time. Soweto is situated a mere 30 minutes from most hotels in a Johannesburg.
HighlightsCombine Johannesburg city tour, Soweto, and Apartheid Museum in one tourLearn through your guide's commentaryAll entrance fees includedLunch, snacks, bottled waterRound-trip hotel transportationGet to know the history and landmarks of Johannesburg, also known as the City of Gold, in a full-day tour. Visit Soweto, the hometown of Nelson Mandela, as well as a full city tour and a visit to the Apartheid Museum. All entrance fees, lunch, snacks, and bottled water included. Pickup and drop-off at your Johannesburg hotel.
Our tours are run by well experienced and well trained tourist guides who are registered with the accredited authority(THETA)tourism,hospitality,sports,education and training authority.Our guides are knowledgeable,love working with people and are welcoming.
Why the travelers book this tour because Soweto represents the hard-fought struggle against apartheid. We look beyond the bloody legend of the 16 June 1976 uprising and behind the hardened face of resistance politics, to the core Soweto- its people. Soweto is about people leading their lives - working and commuting, celebrating and grieving, see the poverty of an informal settlement shack and hostels in contrast with upper class suburbs of Diepkloof in Soweto. this tour promises a warm experience of this fascinating place.
If you have anything from a 3 - 5 hour stop over get a fascinating glimpse of Johannesburg and Soweto! Downtown Jozi is a sight to behold. Not the normal Inner City for very good reasons. A gritty city not a pretty city that started off as a rough gold mining camp in 1886. Experience the struggle to reclaim the city and turn it around. See the different styles of architecture from different decades side by side from Victorian to Edwardian Baroque to Italiante to Brutalist! From there we take a drive through Soweto, the largest and most important African township in South Africa. Set up as a migrant labour camp in the early 1900's it is now called home by 4 -5 million African people. Colourful, bustling and hustling is what its all about.
Immerse yourself in South African culture and discover the rich history, heritage, and traditions of the Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Besotho and Ndeble tribes. Accompanied by a Zulu guide, visit a traditional tribal village, learn about the everyday life and customs of the different tribes, tuck into delicious regional cuisines, and experience a fun tribal drumming and dancing session.
Immerse yourself in the tumultuous history of Soweto Township on this half-day tour from Johannesburg, which includes a visit to the Apartheid Museum. Learn about the historically black area and the struggles that occurred against apartheid there through your guide's insightful commentary as you travel; you'll learn a lot more on a guided tour than you would simply exploring on your own.
This Tour tells a history of South African White ancestors, how they suffered and struggled against black tribes to come and settle in Pretoria, this tour also tells you the history of the oldest mine pipe in the world
Johannesburg is the largest urban complex of South Africa with a population exceeding quarter million. This tour will take you back from the apartheid to freedom by guiding you through the historical area in Johannesburg. With this tour you will embrace things like art, architecture, history and multi-culturism. This is a walking tour where we are going to use public transport and walking the streets.
South Africa has a rich and chequered history encapsulated during this half-day tour of Johannesburg’s Constitutional Hill and the Apartheid Museum. Discover South Africa’s colonial history and the Dutch Boers who fought against the British at the turn of the century. Then fast-forward 50 years to learn about the difficult struggle of black South Africans to gain and keep their rights in a post-apartheid society.
This private tour offers a deeper understanding of South Africa's apartheid era than would be possible by just reading about it. As well as visiting the comprehensive Apartheid Museum, you'll drive through the township of Soweto, stopping at such landmarks as Nelson Mandela House and Desmond Tutu House.
Soweto is one of the most famous townships in Johannesburg and the site of many significant events during the apartheid era. On this tour, discover the township’s troubled history and rich cultural heritage as you stroll down Vilikazi Street, learn about the Youth Uprising in 1976 at the Hector Pieterson Museum, and visit the Nelson Mandela House Museum. Then, find out more about South Africa’s harrowing history at the Apartheid Museum.
Soweto is one of Johannesburg’s most famous townships, once home to Nelson Mandela. On this tour, learn more the township’s history and former residents as you explore with a local guide who was born in Soweto. Meet the locals as you stroll down lively Vilikazi Street, stop to admire the Hector Pieterson Memorial, and pay a visit to Nelson Mandela’s House. Also included is lunch at a Soweto restaurant, where you’ll have chance to sample regional dishes.
The tour will take you to the oldest and the biggest township in South Africa. Soweto was a dumping place where the apartheid government of South African allocated the area for Africans who used to work in the mines without their knowledge. it is home to Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Miriam Makeba and many more. your guide will take you to the old hostels which were build by the apartheid government for African miners and this hostels were same gender hostels, out of 10 hostels only one was women hostel. we are now on democracy and apartheid is dead, but some part of Soweto they still experience extreme poverty