We did the tour to soweto with the hop on hop off bus and took the extra trip to soweto. The guide nipho was very nice and had a lot of knowledge. The township and its history are interesting, although you can see that things...More
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We went by minibus through Soweto, we had a driver and a very good tourguide. He told us a lot about this part of the city, we went passed the two stadiums, the hector pieterson memorial, mandelas and tutus former houses, etc.
Understanding The Impact of Apartheid includes understanding the way 90% of the population was forced to live.
Our tour guide took us right into the buildings so we could see how they live. We were invited into a shack were a mother lives with her 3 children. They have very little but everything is neat and tide and the children were so...More
The township of Soweto is an important stop on your trip to Johannesburg. While Villacozi Street has become a bit touristy, it is still important to understand what life was like during Apartheid and to get a bit of a feel for everyday life today.
The Soweto tour is a must on your list. I loved the local tour guide details of what happened during the apartheid years. He was very clear and precise to what transpired to each Soweto neighborhood and allowed us to talk to locals and take...More
Being on the tour with Chico as a guide, and having the chance to meet Sowetan's and learn about life in Soweto was a privilege. We have just started our trip but this will be one of the most memorable days. Chico not only offers...More
As part of a tour that puts back into the community, spending an afternoon seeing how tough it still is for so many was truly eye-opening
It is some thing you have to experience for your self beautiful. I I advise once in any one's life time go to South Africa . It is life changing