YOU HAVE TO TASTE THE CULTURE TO UNDERSTAND IT
If you limit your stay in Joburg, you will limit your experience of it. If you visit to look for the past only, you'll miss out on its happening cultural and social scene.
Stay a little longer and explore our itineraries to immerse yourself in the culture. See the city through our local's eyes, sample the nightlife and discover the lesser-known landmarks and cultural attractions.
Diversified Township Tourism Tour Itinerary09h00: Pick up from Soweto Hotel
09h30-11h30: Soweto Quadbike Adventure Tour and paintball shooting- start off your day with a surge of morning breeze across your face as you tour through the dusty back roads of Soweto's squatter camps and ride down the famous Vilakazi Street where Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela resided, still fresh from the quadbike rides, engage in a game of Paintball shooting, choose between Capture the Flag, Elimination, Invade the Enemy Territory, or Rescue Your Boss
11h40-12h40: Orlando Towers for Bungee Jumping- Orlando Towers (Pty) Ltd was established in 2007 by...
Joburg in 2 daysDay 01
09h00: Pick up from Mapungubwe Hotel
09h15-10h15: Constitution Hill- Constitution Hill tells the fascinating, often tragic, story of the real South African history; a history in which injustices abounded on social, cultural and political levels. It was once the prison that the famous political freedom icons such as Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi were incarcerated in the Old Fort Prison Complex, commonly known as Number Four during the apartheid era.
10h45-12h00: Visit Apartheid Museum- A visit to this renowned museum is second to none in exemplifying the rise and fall of apa...
Johannesburg Experiences 2016DAY 108H00 – 10H00 Arrival of invited trade partners
10h00 – Check in at hotels
10h30 – Depart from hotel to Constitution Hill
11h30 – Johannesburg Experience Launch – Brunch
12h30 – Depart for Township Experience
Soweto experienceSoweto Township - melting pot of South African urban culture, rich with history of struggle against apartheid. With heritage sites, restaurants, shebeens and budget accommodation option aplenty, Soweto is well worth visiting, whether on a day tour or for a longer period to experience the real Soweto – a place of fri...
Johnathan Andrews TV FAM TripDay 01
09h00: Pick up from the hotel
09h30-10h00: Stop by The African Flea Market- Situated in the Rosebank Mall, This flea Market which is known as the one-stop African Shop due to its array of African traditional products with specialty to South African arts and crafts, beadwork, wire art and craft from recycled material.
10h15-11h00: Reflect at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory-The centre of memory can be found at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, a non-profit organisation started by Madiba in 1999. Visit the current exhibition which focuses on photography during the State of Emerge...
Senegalese Tour Operators Fam Trip08:30 Pick up from the Maslow Hotel
09h00-10h00: Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory in Houghton EstateThe Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory has been described as a public “interactive archive and venue for dialogue.” it was opened by Jacob Zuma on 18th November 2013 with local and foreign dignitaries including Graça Machel, the widow of the former President Nelson Mandela. It is also the home of the Nelson Mandela Foundation. In the words of the current curator of the centre Mr. Hatang, “the aim of the Centre of Memory is to ensure that Mandela’s values and ethos are shared…..”
Two days in SowetoWhile many visitors to Soweto choose to limit their stay to a quick two- or three- hour tour, there’s so much more to see than can be covered in a few hours. To get to know this vibrant and colourful neighbourhood it’s worth planning a longer visit. Stay over at a local guesthouse, sample the nightlife and take time out to discover Soweto’s lesser-known heritage landmarks and cultural attractions.
Day 1MORNING The historic suburb of Orlando West is an ideal place to spend the night with plenty of guesthouses to choose from, and easy access to many of the neighbourhood’s most famous...