Three Cities Tour

Duration: Full Day
Included: All entrance fees where applicable

pretoria

Pretoria City Tour, visit the Voortrekker Monument, where the history of the early white pioneers in the interior of the country is depicted on marble friezes, we continue our journey through history and visit the Kruger House Museum, where the worldwide moral support for the Transvaal Republic during the Anglo-Boer War can be seen. We also visit Church Square, with the old Parliament building, the Palace of Justice and Paul Kruger’s statue (commissioned by Sammy Marks). From there we drive past the Transvaal Museum, the City Hall and Melrose House (where the peace treaty of Vereniging ending the Anglo-Boer War was signed. We conclude this tour with a visit to the Union Buildings.

Lunch at WANDIES PLACE

After spend the morning in Pretoria we travel onto “Egoli” – meaning “Place Of Gold and visit the suburb of Dube in Soweto, where we enjoy lunch at a cosy tavern in the middle of this huge ”township”
Soweto Tour with a difference takes you through the streets of Soweto and its adjoining suburbs. Experience all the turmoil of this city during the “apartheid” years. The early house of Mr. Mandela, and the Regina Mundi Catholic Church. This was also the venue for many illegal meetings in the “old” South Africa. Other places of interest that will be visited are the Hector Peterson Memorial & Museum, one of the first and youngest victim of the 1976 Soweto upraises. Sam Nzima captured Hectors death in a dramatic photograph. We also pass one of the most important hospitals in South Africa, the Chris Hani-Baragwanath Hospital.
Johannesburg, the discovery of this enchanting mineral hidden below the plains of the highveld sparked off one of the fastest urban developments of the modern era.
In just over a century, the ramshackle congregation of prospectors’ tents and crude digging devices near the farm of Langlaagte has spread for more than 30 kilometres in each direction into a metropolis of skyscrapers. The Johannesburg of today is a modern version of its inauspicious but frantic beginnings. It is the technological and financial forerunner of Africa, South Africa’s pemier business destination and home, including Soweto, to more than five million people.
Built on and maintained by the ancient ground it covers, Johannesburg is the prince of the subcontinent.

Additional Costs Per Tour where applicable:

- R250.00 for collections from OR Tambo Int. Airport, Johannesburg & Midrand
- R750.00 for Multilingual Guide Per Tour

Full Day Tour (8 Hours) Includes:

- Transport in an Air-conditioned vehicle for your comfort
- Entrance Fees
- Registered, Professional Driver Guide for the duration of the tour
- Light Lunch (own account)