Where you’ll go
See all the noteworthy parts of Johannesburg/Soweto that significantly impact the landscape of Johannesburg and South Africa.
Perfect overture for first-time guests
What you’ll see
Exploration of Johannesburg, Africa’s wealthiest and ostensibly most memorable city. You begin with the world class suburb and house where Nelson Mandela lived for a long time, then up through the skyscraper that was former residence to only Caucasian people, now occupied by exiles from Africa looking for their fortune in the “City of Gold. At that point continue on through the old downtown area to the most highly operational in Africa, the Carlton Center. From the 50th floor you can get a glorious 360 degree perspective of the city. Passing by Gandhi Square and its namesake statue, you’ll cross the strip that separates the city- the gold mining strip. After one or two discovering the Apartheid Museum, we continue to Soweto and we’ll begin the visit with a “Shebeen Lunch” in the well known Vilakazi St. From here continue past the spot where the primary child to be martyred in the 1976 understudy revolts that changed South African history to the Hector Pietersen Memorial raised in his tribute and the 70 other children who died that day. You will see Freedom Square, the Regina Mundi Church, and the World Cup Soccer Stadium as you leave Soweto back to your inn.
When you’ll go
Departure time: 8am from centrally located accommodation in Johannesburg or Pretoria region
Returns to original departure point
Times are subject to change due to local traffic.
Length 8 hours (approx.)
Free lodging pickup and drop-off included
Local friendly guide
Perfect presentation for first-time guests
Flexibility to alter your agenda to your own inclinations