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Soweto Half Day

Overview
What gives Soweto its unique flavour? Is it the township’s favourite fast food, the Kota? Is it the dance moves that have helped shape loxion (township) culture? Is it the rich history of fighting against Apartheid? Or is it the community members who embody the spirit of Soweto today?

Ek Sê Tours will take you on a journey through Soweto – and its many stories, past and present – so you can decide for yourself. As one of the few townships that boasts all nine indigenous cultures of South Africa, residents of Soweto consider themselves trendsetters of urban culture.

 

“I want to reinvent the Soweto tour… because I’m trying to change the perception of how people see Joburg – not only for international tourists, locals are welcome too!” - Lesika Matlou

 

Highlights
• Learn the Xhosa click or share a Zulu loveletter as we journey through Sowetan Culture
• Enjoy a 360 degree view from the top of the 100m high Orlando Cooling Towers
• Walk the Streets of Kliptown Informal Settlement, Soweto’s First shanty town
• Devour a kota, Soweto’s favourite fast food
• Relive the power of the youth uprising of June 16th 1976 at the Hector Pieterson Memorial
• Visit Nelson Mandela’s home on Vilakazi Street, famous for housing 2 Nobel laureates
• Jive to the beats that have defined Soweto over the decades

Duration:
4 hours

Includes:
Melville, Sandton, inner city and Randburg have no extra charge)

Excludes:
All Entrance fees & lunch

Prices
• R500 per person (2 or more people)
• R1000 per person (private tour – 1 person)
• R300 for children aged 10 years and younger
• Free for children aged 2 years and younger

 

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Soweto Full Day Tour

• Learn the Xhosa click or share a Zulu loveletter as we journey through Sowetan Culture
• Enjoy a 360 degree view from the top of the 100m high Orlando Cooling Towers
• Walk the Streets of Kliptown Informal Settlement, Soweto’s First shanty town
• Devour a kota, Soweto’s favourite fast food
• Relive the power of the youth uprising of June 16th 1976 at the Hector Pieterson Memorial
• Visit Nelson Mandela’s home on Vilakazi Street, famous for housing 2 Nobel laureates
• Jive to the beats that have defined Soweto over the decades
• Touch the Bullet that pierced the Regina Mundi Church as it sheltered the youth of 1976
• Experience the Pain of racial oppression at the world-famous Apartheid Museum
• Wash the day down with an ice-cold beer at a local shebeen(bar)

Duration:
5-8 hours

Includes:
Transport to and from Soweto

Excludes:
All Entrance fees & lunch

Prices
• R750 per person (2 or more people)
• R1300 per person (private tour – 1 person)
• R375 for children aged 10 years and younger
• Free for children aged 2 years and younger

 

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