Learn about the some of the most important aspects of South African history and culture on this private Johannesburg tour. Visit the Apartheid Museum to learn about the rise and fall of the segregation in South Africa. After lunch, you’ll get to explore Johannesburg’s inner city area of Newtown, known for its graffiti art, and up-and-coming Maboneng where there’s plenty of music, art galleries and dining options. Your local tour guide will be able to introduce you to local residents who you can chat to and hear all about what living in Johannesburg is like.
Includes: Private Newtown and Maboneng tour, guided Apartheid Museum tour, lunch, 2 x non-alcoholic beverages, 2 x water and transfers.
Step back to the beginning of mankind at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, where over 40% of the world’s known human ancestor fossils have been found. Visit the Maropeng Visitor Centre, which was designed to capture the four elements – earth, fire water and air – and is where you’ll go on an underground boat ride to retrace the evolution of our planet. Continue to the Sterkfontein Caves, a site where fossils including ‘Mrs Ples’ and ‘Little Foot’ have been found, giving us vital information about our ancestors and helping us piece together the story of where we came from.
Explore two of Johannesburg’s most vibrant neighbourhoods in this full-day private tour. Begin in Newtown, where you’ll take a tour of the graffiti murals before lunch at a local restaurant. Afterwards, take a short walking tour of up-and-coming Maboneng where you’ll visit notable buildings like Art on Main and 12 Decades to view local artwork. Your local tour guide will be able to introduce you to local residents who you can chat to and hear all about what living in Johannesburg is like.
Includes: Private Newtown and Maboneng tour, lunch, 2 x non-alcoholic beverages, 2 x water and transfers.
See the key sites of Pretoria, South Africa’s administrative capital, also known as ‘Jacaranda City’ after the blue flowering trees that line its streets. Start your half-day private tour at the Voortrekker Monument to find out about the history of the Afrikaner and enjoy the great city views from its vantage point. Next, visit the Kruger House Museum, the last home of President Paul Kruger, and the historic Church Square where you’ll see the Palace of Justice, where President Nelson Mandela was tried and charged with treason. End with a possible photo stop at the Union Buildings.