Soweto Township Tour

Soweto Township Tour

We offer the Best Guided Tours of South Africa and most importantly Soweto Township Tour.

The Soweto Township tour is inclusive of visits to the California of Soweto; historic hotels; the biggest hospital in Africa; The Mandela Museum; The Hector Peterson Museum; Freedom square; Kliptown squatter camp with a 1 on 1 opportunity to engage with the warm community; the historic Regina Mundi church; stop at Winnie Mandela’s and Bishop Desmond Tutu’s house; Visit Soweto’s Great Jazz Musician’s House – Sipho Hosticks Mabuse (based on his availability). Discover the all new Inspirational Home Museum where you will learn about indigenous writing systems and the sacred connections between people and animals.

Tours on Sunday have Church Stops but on request.

Soweto Township Tour (Full Day)

DURATION: 8 hours
PICK-UP TIME: 9:00 to 17:00
MEALS:  Not included but Lunch will be available on request.
ENTRANCE FEES: Included for Soweto Inspirational Home Museum.
(PLEASE NOTE – not all attractions on this tour are open every day)
COST: R1500 per person.

Soweto Township Tour (Half Day)

DURATION: 4 hours
PICK-UP TIME: 9:00 to 13:00 / 13:00 to 17:00

(we can tailor make your tour to suite your Time)

MEALS:  Not included but Lunch will be available on request.
ENTRANCE FEES: Included for Soweto Inspirational Home Museum.
(PLEASE NOTE – not all attractions on this tour are open every day)
COST: R790 per person

Private Tour

  • Private Full Day Tour with Ms Mandy R2800.00 per person.
  • Private Half Day Tour with Ms Mandy R1500.00 per person.
  • Private Full Day Tour R2500 per person.
  • Private Half Day Tour R1300 per person.
  • Please note that Airport and Hotel transfers are billed separately

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About Soweto

The name Soweto is derived from the acronym South West Townships. The township dates back to 1905 when the then Johannesburg City Council took the opportunity of moving black residents of this area to a place 20km south west of Johannesburg. In 1948 After the National Party took power, it instituted the then Group Areas Act and forcibly moved black population groups out of inner Johannesburg areas, to Soweto.

Today the city of Soweto has more than 2 million inhabitants; it has also seen large scale developments in infrastructure. The township boasts world class shopping malls, including the famous Maponya Mall; parks and recreation facilities; many restaurants and B&BS; the newly opened Soweto theatre; and University of Johannesburg Soweto campus.

R790 per person minimum (including pick & drop off at selected pick up spots. Please enquire on areas)

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