What you'll do
We'll stop first at FNB Stadium, also known as Soccer City, before we make our way to the Welcome Sign of Soweto to take pictures at Diepkloof Soweto. Then off to the Diepkloof Migrant Workers Hostel will be next, to see how the migrant workers used to stay. We'll then go to the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, the third largest hospital in the world. We'll see Orlando Towers, which stand as the largest landmark of Soweto, and we'll take a little stop at the Hector Pierterson Museum to learn more about the student uprising which took place on 1976. We'll walk the famous Vilakazi Street, home of both Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela—the world's only two Nobel Peace Prize Winners to have lived on the same street. I'll take you to Credo Mutwa Cultural Village—Kwa khaya Lendaba and Ophenheimer tower. Credo Mutwa the traditional healer, renowned philosopher, and famous for some of the worlds deadliest predictions like the USA twin tower bombing and HIV and AIDS. We'll also go to Oppenheimer Tower for a 360-degree view of Soweto and get to climb the 49 steps of the tower being a symbol of the 49 townships and houses which the Ophenheimer family played a role in building in Soweto.
I was born and bred in Soweto—the largest township in the southern hemisphere—and grew up moving around its streets. That’s how my love of showing visitors around and wanting to teach them South African history from a local's perspective evolved. I hosted Derek Hanekom minister of tourism for his first-time visit to Soweto and also, Basetsana Kumalo, the former Miss South Africa and I've been featured on a article on The New York Times Newspaper.
Local Sowetan food Our lunch packages cater for diets and preferences of clients and still giving you the taste of our local…
Local taxis We'll be walking, but I will provide for any necessary local taxis.
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Where you'll be
I personally love the history and significance of the Hector Pieterson Memorial, which reflects the Class of 1976's protest against the laws introduced by the Apartheid Government and the abolishment of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction. Vilakazi Street home of the only two Nobel Peace Prize winners in the world found living in one street, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Mpilo Tutu. Orlando Towers standing as the tallest landmark of Soweto.
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Sun, Oct 20 From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
$60 per person
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Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
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This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
Wear proper walking shoes. Please pay with South African currency for bookings. Wear cloths in condition with the weather,backpacks as they come essential when shopping at local markets.
Walking in Soweto