Located in the South-West of Johannesburg is the oldest and biggest township mainly created to resettle black people and segregate them from the whites.
The name Soweto is an acronym for South Western Township. Soweto is famous for its rich history. It’s exciting to know that this is the place with a street where two Nobel Peace Prize winners stayed (Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu).
This township rose like a phoenix from the ashes of oppression and segregation to an iconic destination everyone in the world wants to get a sneak peak of.
On this tour you are going to find yourself amazed at how this township has turned out. From corrugated shacks to beautiful 5-star hotels, from shebeens to glamorous bars, from spectacular lifestyle to a simple one, music, sports, arts and culture live the moment and walk the walk of freedom in Soweto.