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Soweto and Apartheid Museum Tour

Soweto is the heartbeat of Johannesburg and the biggest township in South Africa. The night life experience in this township leaves one with an unforgettable life memories. Day tours provides an opportunity to experience daily challenges and extraordinary unique lifestyle that the people of this township love to be a part of. Contrary to negative beliefs, Soweto offers a mix of poor, middle class as well the rich people who are celebrated by the country at large. 

 Enjoy a personal experience of Soweto by engaging and mixing with its vibrant and lively people.

En route to Soweto, excite yourself by driving past one the biggest stadiums in the world, the Soccer stadium, which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the World Cup 2010, the first stadium where Mr Nelson Mandela addressed his first political gathering after his 27 years release from prison.

 Visit Nelson Mandela home in Orlando West and past the home of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, both on the famous Vilakazi Street. Here you are presented with an opportunity to read and learn more about the Soweto uprising on 16 June 1976 through memorial stones erected on the street. You’ll also visit the Hector Pieterson Memorial exhibiting through photograph and video material, the student struggles for equal education and the liberation of the country that is today. The house of the former wife of Mr Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is also situated about a kilometre from the hussle & buzzle of Vilakazi street.

 Experience the most influential church during the Apartheid era, Regina Mundi Church which was home to political gatherings and mass funerals services gatherings. A stone throw away from the church, the Freedom Square in Kliptown where the Freedom Charter was drafted and adopted, which become the basis of current constitution of South Africa. The township also encompassed the Campus of the Johannesburg University and one the largest hospital in the world: Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.

 Apartheid Museum

South Africa’s history well achieved in this museum. Learn more about the life during the repressive government of the past, the struggles against Apartheid. Memories and remembrance of how people of race (non-white) were tortured through video footage, audio and photographic material on display

 We can collect you form any hotel in the Greater Johannesburg area and the below times are guidelines. Please do inform us if you do require a collection outside of these stated areas and times.