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ATAMELA Tours established in 1999. ATAMELA means to come closer or to come together. Our tours aim to build a bridge between Africans, white South Africans and visitors alike, through cultural experiences and by bringing people together. We also aim at making it possible for inter-cultural people to learn from each other.


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Market Theatre
Museum Africa

Museum Africa

Situated in the Market Theatre complex, Museum Africa is the place to go for a real taste of South Africa’s art and culture.

Tours with the place:"African Night to Remember"

Union Buildings
The Sterkfontein Caves

The Sterkfontein Caves

The Sterkfontein Caves are a series of karst caves located near the town of Krugersdorp, northwest of Johannesburg. The caves are of particular interest for paleoanthropological research, as a number of fossils from early hominins (members of the human lineage) were found here.

Tours with the place:"Pretoria & Cradle of Humankind"

Mandela House
Sheebens

Sheebens

Shebeens were illegal meeting places where the African people of Soweto – who were banned from buying or selling alcohol during the Apartheid regime – used to go to drink and debate political issues in a safe environment. Nowadays, they are more like informal bars and restaurants.

Tours with the place:"Half Day Tour in Joburg & Soweto"

Johannesburg's skyline
Orlando Towers

Orlando Towers

The Orlando Towers in Soweto are part of a disused power plant and are one of Johannesburg’s most striking landmarks. In 1998, the two towers were painted, and one is now used as an advertising billboard while the other contains the country’s largest mural.

Tours with the place:"1 DAY CONTRAST TOUR JOHANNESBURG"

Cradle of Humankind
Melville

Melville

What was once a sleepy old-fashioned suburb, Melville is now a colourful neighbourhood with a bohemian and quirky character. Close by, a large park is the perfect spot to admire some of South Africa’s finest flora and fauna.

Tours with the place:"Melville"

Alexandra
Soweto

Soweto

The former township (slum) of Soweto is located just 10 kilometres southwest of central Johannesburg. Soweto is probably the most famous township in South Africa and is known across Europe as the place of black opposition to the Apartheid regime. The area now spans 120 square kilometres and its population was recorded at 1.3 million in 2011. One of the most significant sights here is Mandela House, where Nelson Mandela lived with his family before his imprisonment.

Tours with the place:"Soweto"

Johannesburg
Pretoria

Pretoria

Pretoria is the official capital of South Africa, while Cape Town and Bloemfontein are the country’s two unofficial capitals. Pretoria is home to over 70,000 Jacaranda trees, which bloom in spring (from October) and brighten up the city with their purple flowers.

Tours with the place:"Pretoria"

Sandton