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Full Day Soweto Tour

The city that did not tolerate division and could not resist rejuvenation and reinvention

Share in the hustle and bustle of township life whilst we delve deeper into the psyche of our past. We discuss the revolutionary history visiting the sites that played a pivotal role.  Freedom Square with its vibrant market, the Soweto Hotel and the very small yet fascinating museum telling the story of the launching of the Freedom Charter. Regina Mundi Church was a place of sanctuary during the youth uprisings in 1976.  When you enter this humble Catholic church, it is with the knowledge that 5000 youngsters sought refuge within the walls from the bullets of the police.  The political rallies held here faintly echo through the aisles and yet the atmosphere is one of peace. The June 16 Memorial Acre focuses on the routes used by the students and complements the narrative of the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum. This extensive tour of Soweto is ended by visiting the Sowetan home of Nelson Mandela.

Itinerary Suggestion and Guideline:

  • 8 – 9 hour tour
  • Pick up from hotel
  • Drive through Diepkloof
  • Pass Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital
  • Orlando Towers drive by
  • Lunch
  • Freedom Square in Kliptown including a visit to the Museum
  • Regina Mundi Church
  • Morris Isaacson June 16th Museum
  • Credo Mutwa Village and Oppenheimer Towers
  • Hector Pieterson Museum
  • Nelson Mandela House Museum
  • Return to the hotel
Additional activities/visits/time, lunch, refreshments etc will be added to the overall cost. Price list on request


  • Diepkloof
  • Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital
  • Freedom Square
  • Regina Mundi Church
  • Morris Isaacson School and June 16 Memorial Acre
  • Lunch in Vilakazi Street
  • Hector Pieterson Museum
  • Nelson Mandela Home Museum

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