Johannesburg, Constitutional Hill, Apartheid Museum & Soweto Tour
Get to understand the influence of the walls inside the highest court in South Africa, The Constitutional court, it is a deeply significant and symbolic site. Learn about the history of the country under the apartheid era at The Apartheid Museum. During this tour you will drive past the well-known bridge named after the first black president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.
- Begin your African dream with a drive from the legendary streets of Johannesburg with the tall buildings influenced by the British Empire.
- Go to The Constitutional Hill
Depart from your hotel to the centre of Johannesburg, where your tour guide will highlight the history of the city with a general overview of the Gauteng province. You will learn about some historical buildings and places included in the heritage of Johannesburg. Cross the Nelson Mandela Bridge on your way to The Constitutional Hill where you will learn about how the constitutional court was founded and the older life of the closed doors of the Old Fort Prison. Get to understand the influence of the walls inside The Constitutional court. Drive around the industrial site of Johannesburg on the way to Gold Reef City. Arrive at The Apartheid Museum to learn about the history of the country under the apartheid era. Arrive at local restaurants in Soweto where you will indulge in local cuisine before getting to the Mandela house at Vilakazi Street. Get to learn more about the Bantu Education and Hector Peterson. Go to Kliptown where you will learn about squatter camps and the freedom charter drawn in 1955.
DepartureYour confirmed hotel
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing. Closed shoes
IncludedJohannesburg, Constitutional Hill, Apartheid Museum & Soweto TourSnacksTour GuideEntrance feeWater Bottles and SnacksPick up and drop off to your confirmed hotel
Not IncludedAlcoholic BeveragesGratitudesSouvenirs