See Soweto on foot on this interactive stroll around the township.Greet and talk to people as you go and take in the history from the various sites on route. Visit places such as the former men’s hostel in Mzhimhlope and learn about the history of mine workers and the conditions they lived in. Continue walking to the Hector Pieterson Memorial site and learn about the Student’s Uprisings on 16 June 1976. Walk down Vilakazi street to view the former home of Nelson Mandela as well as where Bishop Desmond Tutu lives. Stop at a local shebeen for a refreshing drink and walk back to Lebo’s where you will enjoy a lunch in their Outdoor Restaurant.
HOW WE RATE IT & WHY WE LIKE IT
No visit to the city of Johannesburg is complete without a trip into its largest and most vibrant township, Soweto. It is home to more than 1.2-million people and the place where some of South Africa’s most significant historical events occurred. This tour is great way to experience Soweto.Get to know the township by walking the streets and learn the township lingo.