Get picked up from your centrally-located hotel in Johannesburg to begin your personalized private tour.
Head first for a suburb of Johannesburg that used to be reserved for white residents and is now full of high-rise apartment buildings occupied by African emigrants. See one of the homes in which Nelson Mandela lived before he died. See the colorful cultural mix that is South Africa.
Visit Carlton Centre next, in the heart of Johannesburg's business district. Take the elevator to the observation deck on the 50th floor for wonderful 360-degree views over the city.
Pass Gandhi Square with its statue of Gandhi on your way to the Apartheid Museum. Spend two hours exploring the museum's impressive exhibits before traveling to the Soweto township.
Stop for lunch in Soweto on Vilakazi Street, where you can also see the former homes of both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu – both of whom won the Nobel Peace Prize. Visit Mandela's former home, which is now a museum dedicated to the great man.
Visit the Hector Pieterson Memorial, named for a young boy who was killed during a 1976 student uprising against apartheid during which 70 people died. See the Regina Mundi Church, Freedom Square, and the World Cup Stadium before being transported back to your hotel.