At a glance
- Tours: JOHANNESBURG 2 DAY TOUR
- Day 1:
- Artists' District of Melville
- Mueller Stadium to enjoy the Skylines of Johannesburg
- Apartheid Museum
- Evening program with Jazz, Musical/Theatre
- Day 2:
- Oriental Plaza
- Diagonal Street, De Beers Diamond building
- Multi store - African Pharmacy
- Star Newspaper Building
- ANC Headquarter
- National Library
- Town Hall
- Hollard Street Complex
- Maboneng district
- Soweto - Diepkloof extension entrance
- Baragwanath Hospital
- Regina Mundi Catholic Church
- Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum
- Where are you picked up
- You will be picked up personally by me at your Johannesburg hotel or from the airport "O.R. Tambo"
- Duration: 2 Days and 2 Nights
- Price: 299 € per person
- Minimum number of persons: 2
- Maximum number of persons: 12
We will prove on this tour that you can also move carefree through the streets of Johannesburg. You will see many interesting hotspots of Johannesburg and meet many open and friendly people.
Day 1: Province Gauteng and Johannesburg, the “City of Gold”
Upon arrival in Johannesburg, you will be greeted by your personal guide Thuli Tshabalala. Then head straight for a ride to the famous Melville / Rosebank art district in Johannesburg. There you will also find your B&B hotel, where you will spend the next two nights (recommendation). First, move into your room and have some time to rest.
Overnight incl. Breakfast at Pablo Guesthouse; www.pablohouse.co.za
In the early afternoon your program begins with a visit to the city of Johannesburg, which was founded in October 1886 as a small gold digger settlement and tent city and is still called “place of gold”. The tour takes you first to a stadium where you can admire the breathtaking skyline from above. You will learn from your guide how Johannesburg came into existence and has developed into the country’s economic metropolis over time. In between, we stop at a local, where you take a small snack.
When visiting the city center, you have the opportunity to look at the most important historic buildings. Then we drive to Gold Reef City, where the Apartheid Museum stands. Here’s an idea of what the situation at the time during racial segregation actually looked like.
At a restaurant, you’ll begin the evening, which ends with a visit to a musical.
Day 2: City tour Soweto
The tour starts after breakfast. More than four million people live in the suburb of Soweto, Africa. The visit will allow you to get an idea of the reality of this country. On the way through Soweto, you pass Baragwanath Hospital, the largest hospital in Africa. They visit a kindergarten and the Catholic Church Regina Mundi, which was declared a National Monument a few years ago because of their commitment to apartheid (racial segregation). You will see the monument and the museum in honor of Hector Pieterson, one of the first children killed during the political turmoil of 1976.
It continues with the Mandela Family House Museum: Here Mandela lived before his arrest with his family.
The last stop in Soweto is one of the many “shebeens”, formerly illegal pubs or restaurants. They were created during apartheid. Since Africans were not allowed to buy or sell alcohol, they did so in the so-called Sheebens, which were also a safe haven for political discussions. After the visit, we will have lunch at a Restaurant and then drive back to your hotel, which we will reach in the late afternoon.
Overnight incl. Breakfast at Pablo Guesthouse
What is included in the price:
- Transfer from / to the airport or Hotel
- Accommodation 2 Nights at Pablo Guesthouse
- Apartheid Museum Tickets
- Tickets Evening Program
Price in Euro per guest
Children under 12 years pay 50%
Children younger 2 years are free.
Deposit: 50% at booking.
Final Payment: 7 Days prior to travel date.
No. of Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
Payment via PayPal: email@example.com
No charge if tour is cancelled 14 Days prior to travel date.
Cancellation fee between 13 Days and 8 Days prior to travel date 50% of deposit
Cancellation fee after 7 Days prior to travel date 100% of deposit.
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