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Soweto consists of a community of extremes. On the one hand there is abject poverty and on the other hand there is extraordinary wealth in the upper class suburbs such as Diepkloof Extension and Selection Park. Some of the houses in that area sell for over one and two million rands. Today Soweto is the largest Black residential area in South Africa and has a population of more than 3.5 Million people with the land in extent of 120KM squared. There is a visible development since 1994 (Post Apartheid Era).

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Soweto and Lunch Tour Details

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Any hotel or Address in Johannesburg
DEPARTURE TIME Daily Departures starting at 9am
RETURN TIME Approximately 15:30 PM.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Entrance fee into the Hector Pieterson Museum Visit an informal settlement
Drive past Mandela House Museum Drive past Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital
Walk through the Regina Mundi Church Drive past Diepkloof ext
Drive past Baragwanath Taxi Rank Drive past Maponya Shopping Mall
Visit Freedom Square and Freedom Charter Memorial Drive along Vilakazi Street
Drive past and see the homes of Nobel peace prize winner Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Winnie Madikizela- Mandela, the ex-wife of Nelson Mandela Drive past the Soccer City Stadium
Lunch at a Restaurant in Soweto (excluding beverages)
NOT INCLUDED
Personal purchases

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LocationJohannesburg, SA
Physicality5/10
AgeAll Ages
Groupsize30
DatesYear-round
Traveller TypePer Person Sharing, Single Traveller

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5.00 based on 1 review
February 1, 2016

Review from TripAdivsor

Today we did the afternoon tour through SOWETO. With Joseph we had an extreme good Guide. We had a lot of stops to make pictures and enough time to get all the different impressions. We learned a lot of the history of the Townships in general but also the very specific topic in Soweto with Hector Pieterson, Nelson Mandela etc. Joseph was really explaining everything in a way that also our kids (15 & 12) could easily understand him.

If you are in Jo’burg or Pretoria you should take the time and do this tour. It’s really wealth spend time.

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