Johannesburg and Soweto Night Tour

Discount is only for booking 2 or more people.

R1,600.00

Description

Johannesburg is a hive of activity, with interesting happening springing from every corner. Something dramatic, something interesting, something economic.

Soweto is a township you can’t allow yourself to ignore, its biggest and oldest township.

Venturing into these two places in the evening promises a thrilling experience you will never forget. The beautiful city lights keeping Johannesburg alive.

From the youthful vibe of Maboneng and Braamfontein to the famous bridge named after the most selfless icon utata Nelson Mandela down to the colourful most recognisable Orlando towers, this is both and educational and fun filled tour.

Tour Starts: 18:00

Duration: Half Night

Description

Johannesburg is a hive of activity, with interesting happening springing from every corner. Something dramatic, something interesting, something economic.

Soweto is a township you can’t allow yourself to ignore, its biggest and oldest township.

Venturing into these two places in the evening promises a thrilling experience you will never forget. The beautiful city lights keeping Johannesburg alive.

From the youthful vibe of Maboneng and Braamfontein to the famous bridge named after the most selfless icon utata Nelson Mandela down to the colourful most recognisable Orlando towers, this is both and educational and fun filled tour.

Nelson Mandela Bridge
Maboneng Precinct
FNB Stadium
Famous Vilakazi street
Orlando towers and Chaf Pozi

We can fetch you from your current location and take you back. (Terms and conditions apply)

The famous bridge named after the icon, the Nelson Mandela Bridge will welcome you to this night tour. Then you will continue through to the vibrant and youthful Maboneng (Place of light) Precinct and see a chain of restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, retail and studio place bringing back life to this downtown Johannesburg neighbourhood.
On your journey to Soweto you will pass through the famous FNB stadium which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 World Cup attributing to the fact that soccer in South Africa is not a game but a lifestyle. Drive by the Vilakazi street which is famous for sheltering the two icons of the struggle and nobel peace prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu. Then visit the 33-storey Orlando towers completely covered in brightly coloured murals which are most distinctive landmarks in Soweto. Then you can have dinner and drinks at one of the local restaurants.
Did You Know?
• Orlando Towers were originally the site of a coal fired power station.
• The world’s first bungee jump was done between the two cooling towers.