Hours allocated above include travelling times.
We give service to individuals, small and big groups including leisure/corporate and Tertiary student groups,package rates are on request.

Pick up and drop off points

We do Private pick ups and drop offs at hotels/guest houses/Airbnbs/Places of work in Johannesburg South,North and North west including Sandton, Rosebank,Melrose Arch, Houghton, Westcliff, Melville, Roodepoort,Fourways; East of Johannesburg including Kempton Park and hotels around O R Tambo airport etc; in Mulderdrift, Lanseria, Midrand, Centurion and Pretoria.

Availability: Wednesdays to Sundays. Pick up time:9.30am
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas and New Year’s Day

Minimum: 1 pax
Maximum 50 pax

Package rate inclusions:
* Pick up and drop off at your address in a comfortable  air conditioned vehicle
* Passenger liability insurance
* Guided tour
* Visit to Vilakazi street where Mandela House is situated.
* Entrance to Mandela House
* Entrance to Apartheid museum

Please note

* Meals are available on own  account for Individuals and small groups.
* Guests can taste South African cuisine buffet lunch at  Sakhumzi restaurant in Soweto or do light lunch at Apartheid museum.
* Leisure/ Corporate and Student groups, should please indicate if we should include lunch on the tour package.

We use qualified experienced tour guides.
Our drivers have professional driving permits.



Soweto Overview

Soweto is the popular attraction in Johannesburg for both locals and International tourists.
It is the biggest settlement area in South Africa, the melting pot of South African Urban Culture consisting of 32 townships clustered together with a mix of diverse cultures and Ethnic groups and, has a rich history of the liberation struggle in South Africa.
Post 1994 democratic elections, Soweto has become a place of vibrancy friendship and contrast.
The houses of the two Nobel Prize winners - former President Mandela and Arch bishop Emeritus Tutu are situated in this popular street
This tour gives you insight about Soweto’s different faces.


Vilakazi Street

Vilakazi Street is the popular tourist attraction with Historical Significance. The only street in the world where two Nobel Prize winners once lived. The houses of the two Nobel Prize Winners: Late President Mandela and Arch-Bishop Emeritus Tutu are situated in this famous street.

Mandela Museum House

Mandela House in Vilakazi Street Soweto was built in 1945 by Johannesburg City Council .Mandela lived in this house before his life imprisonment. Nelson Mandela’s former house provides an effective, efficient and meaningful experience to all visitors, informing them of the former President Nelson Mandela's story in the context of his life as a whole, in a manner that promotes Human rights, Democracy, Reconciliation, Mutual respect and Tolerance amongst the people of South Africa.


Apartheid Museum Details

Apartheid Museum is acknowledged as a Pre-eminent Museum in the World dealing with the Apartheid story in South Africa. It illustrates the Apartheid history and Post- Apartheid era of South Africa.
An Architectural consortium, comprising several leading Architectural firms, conceptualised the design of the building on a 7 hectare stand. The museum is a superb example of design, space and landscape offering the International community a unique South African experience. The exhibits have been assembled and organised by a multi- disciplinary team of Curators, Film-makers, historians and designers. They include film footages, Photographs, Text panels and Artefacts. The museum is a beacon of hope showing the world how South Africa is coming to terms with its oppressive past and working towards a future that all South Africans can call their own.


Mandela’s exhibition

Nelson Mandela's exhibition is currently on at the Apartheid Museum. Mandela's exhibition examines his undoubted Strengths and Greatness, but does not shy away from his Weaknesses too. Mandela's extra-ordinary life is explored through seven themes: CHARACTER, COMRATE, LEADER, PENSIONER, NEGOTIATOR and STATESMAN. Narratives are presented through dramatically visual wall display, supported by film displays of original artefacts. A tour to the apartheid museum is a must for any visitor, who wants to understand the history of Apartheid.


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Cash / EFT (ZAR bank accounts)
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