From Johannesburg to Soweto: Tailored for you.
Walk through from Johannesburg to Soweto. We learn more about the history, culture, lifestyle of Soweto, while we also pass through the most historic places like Hector Peterson Museum, Nelson Mandela’s House, Klipitown.
Soweto is a township located in South Africa. It is present in the City of Johannesburg and its Metropolitan Municipality. The city is known for its vast cultural history, diverse tourist attractions and dynamic weather conditions. Located on the border of the city’s mining belt, the town is one of the most important areas present in the city and there are many things to do in Soweto.
If you are planning to visit Soweto, there are plenty of places to visit and things to do in Soweto. Whether you are interested in viewing captivating artifacts, eating the most scrumptious meals or enjoying a day at a cultural village, Soweto is the right place for you! There are plenty of tourist attractions present in the city. Don’t forget to visit the Hector Pieterson Museum, as it is one of the most captivating places you will ever get to see. It is an amazing place to visit for all the history and culture lovers. Various paintings and displays at the museum depict how the revolution against apartheid began. It also covers multiple events that happened in history. If you want to learn more about the South African culture and their heritage, you should add this museum to your list of things to do in Soweto. Another must visit place in Soweto is Credo Mutwa Cultural Village. The village has been especially designed to depict the historic South African regions. The town is filled with various clay figures illustrating different events in history. You should visit this museum with a guide for optimum learning and fun. Some others places you must visit in Soweto include the Hector Pieterson Memorial, Regina Mundi and Wozobona Cultural House. For all the academicians and literature lovers, Rosa Parks Library is a must visit place! The library doesn’t only have the best books available but also offers skill development programs on photography, graphic design, animation and other academic courses related to science, engineering and mathematics.
Places to visit in Soweto
The places to visit in Soweto are not just limited to museums and libraries. In fact, it has plenty of attractive tourist options and things to do in Soweto for adventurists as well. If you love physical activities and sports, one thing you should try is bungee jumping. You can do it here at a much cheaper rate as compared to other countries. The experience of jumping from a height is extremely thrilling. The sight of the Orlando Towers is also beautiful. Their height makes them visible from all over the city. You can also attempt rock climbing and carry on with other adventurous experiences at Orlando Towers. Some other interesting places to visit in Soweto include Diepkloof Park and Kremetart Park. You should not forget to visit Dorothy Nyembe Park as well. The park is famous for the beautiful sights of its dams. There are also multiple sporting facilities, children’s play centers and other attractions in the park. Other things to do in Soweto include cycling and sports. The best place to go for cycling is at the corner of Litabestreet and Pelastreet. The colorful and vibrant culture of Soweto is what makes it a must visit place, so plan your trip now!
From Johannesburg to Soweto Tour available
This is full day tour from Johannesburg to Soweto. Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. This vibrant city is full of tales to tell from the gold rush of 1886 to the dark era of apartheid to the free South Africa that is rich in cultural diversity that we live in today. The nearby famous township which is more of a city than a township, Soweto was created in the 1930s when the white government started separating black people from white people. We learn more about the history, culture, lifestyle of Soweto, while we also pass through the most historic places like Hector Peterson Museum, Nelson Mandela’s House, Klipitown. This township was once home to people like Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Winnie Mandela, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, James Mpanza, Hector Peterson, Hastings Ndlovu. On this tour, I would like to show you the good, the bad and ”the ugly” of Soweto. From the most famous street in the world Vilakazi street to the informal settlements, this vibrant township showcases a truly South African culture. And there is no way we will leave Soweto without tasting the amazing food and a good beer trust me nothing taste better than Soweto Gold beer, oh and some fun African market street shopping.