- the Orlando towers a Soweto land mark,its a old power station which is now a place of fun and creates jobs -we see Orlando the first township that received development in Soweto -we visit the Mandela house in vilakazi street, Nelson Mandela's house during his time in Soweto.after the visit at the house we walk on the famous street in Soweto vilakazi street is the only street in the world to have housed 2 Nobel peace laureates because Bishop Tutu also lived there -we also get to have lunch in Soweto there's a variety of township food -we make a stop at Hector Peterson museum and we learn about the Soweto uprising -for a bit of fun you can choose between street soccer or dancing with the locals (not compulsory) -Taste Soweto gold the beer which was born in Soweto. 1.The tour begins at Hector Peterson museum in the heart of Soweto it is easy to find when you type on the GPS or using uber. 2.We stop Nelson Mandela's house 3.we see Winnie Mandela house 4.Taste Soweto gold/you also get to taste ( umqombothi) the African traditional beer. 5.We have lunch 6.you get to experience the different classes of people in Soweto. 7.we also visit the Bara Market which is the busiest area in Soweto.
I'm a qualified tourist guide with a national certificate, I have been doing tours in my city for four years and I love meeting people from around the world, my city is unique and I like telling the stories about my city,I like taking people to people and making them feel the warmth of Soweto people. With me you will have fun and enjoy the historical sights in Soweto, I am informative and ready to answer any question, I will take you to places where you can taste traditional beer and have a local meal.
African student Pie
1 drink of choice per client
Ubuntu Kraal is a place where they brew Soweto Gold beer. To guests who are willing we make a stop at one of Soweto informal settlements. Nomzamo park is a settlement for the very poor of Soweto, there are site guides who are willing to share with you their daily experiences of life there. The Bara Market is a place where locals commute to work and back home there is a market and the biggest hospital in Africa nearby.
最多可有10位年满18周岁的参与者参加。家长也可携带2岁以下的儿童参加。 Guests must wear comfortable shoes eg. Sneakers
The guests must have sunscreen,sunglasses, wear hats and have pocket money
We will be walking wear safe shoes we will also be hoping on Soweto`s public transport. I do accept late bookings, this experience does not include pick ups and drop off from hotel.