Enjoy this full day Pretoria, Johannesburg, Soweto and Apartheid Tour that will get you to know the history of South Africa.
You will visit the Voortrekker Museum in Pretoria which have the history of the Afrikaner people of South Africa.
You will also get to see the Union buildings of South Africa which houses the office of the president.
You will also make your way to Soweto to get a full glimpse of the South Africa history and pass through the Apartheid Museum to know more the history in detail.
Finish off things in Johannesburg Town passing through the famous Mandela bridge and get a taste of down town Johannesburg City
Experience both of these places in a day filled with history and culture. Lesedi Cultural will bring you the diverse cultures of South Africa and how they shape the modern life of today while the Cradle of human kind will take you back in time the origin of human kind. The tour will take you through a full day where you get to explore both how the past connects with the future in different ways
Experience both of these places in a day tour filled with history and culture. Lesedi Cultural Village gives us the tradition of South Africa Culture at a glance.
We will also get a taste of various traditional dances with the climax being the Zulu dance.
We will get to learn more about the various tribes and why they still uphold these cultural values.
Cradle of Humankind takes us back into our origin and what it means to be human. We will explore the Sterkfontein Caves where we will get a guided tour of the museum and also the Maropeng Museum which has some fossils and deep history about the origin of human Kind. There is a day tour not to be missed.
Enjoy Johannesburg City day tour is the perfect tour for those who would like to know about the City of Gold in a day. Discover the hidden history of Soweto where the famous world Icon Nelson Mandela hails from plus a the vast rich black township of Soweto where the whole of South Africa traces its history from. Apartheid Museum caps it off with its history of the dark Apartheid era.