Soweto, South Africa

Soweto Township With a Private Guide

with Nathan N.

Nathan N.
Style: Chill

We offer an exciting entertaining comprehensive tour of Soweto township including the residences of Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, struggle routes, historical, cultural and heritage sites. A tour of Soweto taverns (shebeens) takes your journey to another level where you get to experience the real energy of Soweto and lots of other surprises. Historical sites include the Hector Pieterson Memorial & Museum, Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication, Kliptown Museum and Regina Mundi Catholic Church. Heritage sites include Credo Mutwa Village - Ikhaya Lendaba, Kliptown, Hostels etc.

1. Workers Museum
2. Baragwanath Hospital
3. Squatter Camp
4. Orlando Cooling Twin Towers
5. Walter Sisulu Freedom Square
6. Regina Mundi Church
7. Credo Mutwa Cultural Village
8. Hector Pieterson Museum & Memorial
9. Vilakazi Street Precinct
10.Nelson Mandela House Museum
11. Bishop Desmond Tutu House
12.Buffet Luch including Desserts
13.Soccer City Stadium

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Nathan N.

Hello, my name is Nathan. I am a native of Soweto and have been living there for the past 40 years of my life. I am a licensed tourist guide and am very passionate about my work. I specialize in tours to Soweto and Johannesburg City. I relate events as they happened and not what I think happened or learned about. I also run my own tour operator company for personalized and customized tours. My tours are perfect for visitors who want a detailed overview of Soweto township. I am available from 7am - 11:30pm daily including public holidays. I cater for individuals and groups of up to 40 people. I have been working as a tourist guide for ten years now. All our tours are about the history, heritage, culture and struggles of Soweto and its residents. We begin our tours by browsing the city of Johannesburg which is the largest man made jungle in the world and also the largest city not built on a river, harbour or situated on a lake. We then proceed to the Apartheid Museum which is our first stop. Nothing captures the dark Apartheid years better than the Apartheid Museum. From there we drive to Soweto and enter using the Military entrance named so because of a military base across the road which was used to monitor the movement of Soweto residents during Apartheid era. Full profile Leave a Review

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