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One Day in Soweto
Visit this historical township of Soweto, where political icons lived during Apartheid, fighting against the regime. Exploring the everyday life, meet the locals, taste local cuisine and get an authentic experience with a Sowetan native guide. Starting at the Hector Pietersen Museum where the Soweto uprising that transpired in 1976. The famous house of Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street & Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the only street in the world to house two noble price recipients. Mandela house entrance not included but 20min allocated to the visit. Enjoy a traditional, local lunch of Kota. Continue through Orlando East, the first formal settlement of Soweto and take local minibus taxi ride to the Orlando Towers. We do have optional Visits. - Kliptown Freedom Chater - Soweto Gold Beer Brewery. - Community centre in Kliptown
Art-Walking sight viewing tours
Let us meet at Uncle Mervs for our fuelling coffee and water, before we embark on a journey to explore the wanders of art by visiting art galleries, viewing street art, graffiti and mural art that holds our heritage and pride of Jozi in fashions. Let us walk Joburg with a narrative as we are passionate with storytelling specifically about Johannesburg. The experience is hosted by Bongani who was born in Soweto Johannesburg, currently living in Maboneng (for the last 5 years), running two business: coffee shop and the gallery with passion. Now with this experience we wish to share our ARTWALKING tour, taking you to the art gems and beautiful walls that paints our Joburg city urban scape. The journey will start with your expert guide at the Cosy and artsy Angoni Art Gallery in Maboneng, then we will continue with our journey until we view Johannesburg 360: While we share the tales and moments about our local history that influenced our yesterday, today and the day after tomorrow. Complentaries will be provided at meeting point. The Uncle Mervs and Angoni Art Gallery team will always be there to assist you and make your tour more appreciable. We guarantee to go apart with a new narrative and leave no curiosity unanswered. We are looking forward to meet, greet and giving you an unforgettable experience. All COVID and safety measures will be practiced.
Design a bespoke African print masterpiece with Caraci
Custom bomber jacket/ an African print clothing item experience - from concept to finished garment Explore and experience Johannesburg’s fashion district like never before. The Fashion Capital and the historical fashion square are located in the old Johannesburg city. The designer will walk with you to fabric shops in the inner city, where you will select a unique African print that you love from hundreds of options. You will then meet a member of his design team and have your measurements taken. You will collaborate with them on the creation of your custom jacket. The experience is paired with a photoshoot in the trendy neighbourhoods of Maboneng and Braamfontein, and a vlog video of the whole experience will be recorded and shared at the end (optional). 1. Choose a unique African print from one of our local fabric stores (fabric included). 2. Learn how to take body measurements for the making of clothing garments. 3. Cut the pattern and pieces for your custom bomber jacket or any other item made in African print (discuss with us via messages on the possibility) 4. Learn basic stitching and hand sewing in a practical lesson, while putting together your garment (expert studio assistants will guide you). 5. While you enjoy lunch, your bomber jacket will be completed by our assistants. 6. You'll star in a street photoshoot wearing your custom bomber jack
Maboneng Street Art Tour
Discover why Johanessburg’s artistic hub is recognized worldwide as a booming creative center on this 2-hour guided walking tour. You’ll see some of the best street art from around the world and even meet some of the artists themselves. Hit the streets of Maboneng Precinct and Jewel City to see why South Africa has long been recognized for its exciting modern art. Your guide will take you to meet the locals and explore Joburg subcultures, learn about the artists, their motivations, and the different techniques they use. You’ll walk through individual pieces and get an overview of these colorful pieces, experiencing first-hand just how street art is changing the perspective in these local communities. Other Things to Note. **Do not hesitate to send a message asking about availability. I can add spots and be available anytime!**
Pretoria sunsets with an Architect
Well I should start off to say that this is a very special location for me. 1. It is the building that made me want to become an architect, 2. It is the place my parents got engaged, 3. It is my favorite spot in the city and probably even the world. We will be heading to the Union Buildings after stopping for the best Ice Cream in South Africa. We will head to the Union Buildings and after some brief talk about the history of the city and building we will settle in to watch the sunset over the city. The building is placed on the east-west axis so it gives the perfect lookout over the city and the perfect seat for the sunset. Make sure to pack your camera.
One Day in Jo'burg
Walk through the city centre and feel the bustle and hustle of the people, lifestyle and culture of Johannesburg. Visit Nelson Mandela's Law firm and discover gems. Meeting in Market Theatre, in Newtown, then move on to the Workers Museum, the last surviving municipal compound for African men in Johannesburg. Continue to Chancellor House, where Nelson Mandela and OR Tambo set up South Africa’s first black-owned law firm. Uncover Main Street, which offers some of the best architectural buildings in the city. Main Street will lead us to Gandhi Square, a busy urban hub of commercial and retail activity. From there, move on to the Top of Africa, inside the tallest skyscraper on the continent (temporarily Closed, till further notice). We will take local transport to Maboneng, an art district dedicated to young entrepreneurs for a BBQ Local lunch (vegan, vegetarian friendly).
Johannesburg Bar & Club Hopping Experience
Our Johannesburg Nightlife Experience is An Experience that offers you the ability to really explore Joburg's nightlife with local people. Our hosts are Gio (male) and Tshego (female) , and you can see them in the pictures of the experience with their names written below the picture. The experience can be run by women only if some ladies feel more comfortable that way. The Experience takes you around Johannesburg's key party hubs from: Rosebank Greenside Parkhurst Melville Braamfontein Mabonang These areas are famous for different vibes in the city & are all unique and you will be exploring most of them with us on the night. Your host will be selecting the spaces to visit according to the vibe on the day you book& Your interests so it's important to reach out as soon as you make a booking so that such information may be communicated. The Experience is divided into three parts: Option 1 - ( 4 pm to 7 pm) -Sunset & Dinner (Optional once booking is made) Option 2 (7pm - 1am) - Bar/club Hopping through Johannesburg Option 3: (7pm to 11pm)-Dining experience - This is a family relaxed version of the nightlife experience accommodative of teens as well. Please reach out so we can give you an entire experience of the city and recommend other interesting things you could do, from African Food tours to Historical tours like Soweto & street art tours & Galleries.
A treasure trove of African Art
We are wanting to educate and share our knowledge of the African Arts to Tourists, to get them excited and understand the history of the craftsmanship and artefacts that come from the tribes throughout Africa. We would offer a full 1hr tour and carefully curated talk through our gallery and museum, talking about the tribal cultures and artefacts we have on display, along with artwork from famous photographers and up-coming African artists. Everything is then available for purchase so it would be a full shopping experience.
Soweto Bicycle Experience
Join me on a bicycle tour through the vibrant and historical streets of Soweto. We’ll cycle in Orlando East and Orlando West. We'll kick off our ride at my bicycle store called BOOK IBHONI which is located in Vilakazi Street. The street that's known for having two Nobel prize winners. During the tour, we'll explore key sites such as the Nelson Mandela house, Desmond Tutu's residence, the Hector Pieterson Museum and other attractions like the YMCA hall where Nelson Mandela trained his boxing, in Orlando East. We will also visit an adventure spot where people do bungee jumping, wall climbing, or free falling. For our lunch break, we'll enjoy a Kota, a unique street burger-like, made with a loaf of bread cut into quarters and filled with fries, mini sausages, cheese and a spicy salad. The Kota is our local favorite. Feel free to bring small bills for optional tips for the street performers at these stops. Tips are not compulsory. We do have safe parking if you are driving to us. The bicycle tour route is easy but a little bit hilly too.
Pan-African Cooking & Dining Experience
Our Pan-African Cooking experience is an experience that will take you through a different number of African cuisines with a well know chef who is pure at heart and cooks not just to feed but to heal . We will be focusing on one country's famous meal and how the meal was derived...Africa has 54 countries and all countries eat differently and we will be preparing something combining a few countries. This experience was suggested by one of our guests who have come on our famous Taste of Africa food experience, they want to be able to make their own meals and understand the ingredients in the meals. The experience is inclusive of a conversation over nutrition and healthy eating, what most people call veganism, Our head chef is the instructor to the experience and will introduce a guest chef from a different country to make every experience different.
Bicycle Tour of Soweto
The township of Soweto, once a byword for oppression, had a major role in overturning apartheid. Cover more ground than you would on a walking tour while remaining close to the city streets on this half-day guided bicycle tour, complete with a traditional kota sandwich lunch. You'll learn not only about Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, and Hector Pieterson but about the women who helped topple apartheid, such as Liliian Mgoyi. Start your cycling tour in Orlando West, to learn how Soweto was started in 1904 and share the history of this Township. Continue to Mama Lilian Ngoyi's house, an anti-apartheid activist. Cycle to Hector Pietersen Museum where the Soweto uprising transpired which was one of the turning points of apartheid. This tour will get you closer to all the highlights of Soweto. See the Mandela House, where Nelson Mandela lived from 1946 to 1962. Then, pass by Tutu House on Vilakazi Street, where Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his family once resided. Talk about the Nobel Laureate's contribution to apartheid's downfall in South Africa. Give your feet a break by stopping for lunch. Taste South African sandwiches called kota before cycling back to the starting point.
Paint a canvas, ceramic or tote bag in Johannesburg art hub
We’re an art studio in the art hub of Braamfontein , in the city Center . All participants receive their preferred drink on arrival and is introduced to the team & given an overview of the session . There is an option of canvas , ceramics or tote bags to paint . All painting materials are provided and participants need not bring anything . This is a unique souvenir to take back from Johannesburg that you can keep a lifetime . This experience is located by a red bus tour stop & is tourist friendly .
Soweto & Johannesburg Experience
Join me on the Johannesburg & Soweto experience as we explore the history, the lifestyle, culture and museums of the vibrant & township of Gold. This tour will give you an overall experience about south Africa's history as we visit various attractions in both Soweto & Johannesburg. KayRidewill collect and drop you off at your residence. tour date can be adjusted to meet your availability. (NB : Historical & Non Historical Sites Entrance Fees Not Included In The Fee Charged) > Visit the constitution hill >Drive to Soweto which is one of the biggest townships in South Africa >Stop at the FNB Stadium which hosted the 2010 fifa world cup >Drive past Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital which is one of the top 3 biggest hospital in the world >We then view the Soweto towers which is now the landmark of Soweto > We stop at one of the most prestigious street in the world which is home to 2 noble prize winners Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela >Visit the Hector Peterson museum ,were you will get an overview of the events of the 1976 Soweto student uprising.
Soweto's social vibes
Discover a vibrant and melting pot of interaction venue with art and entertainment get a welcome drink at Ubuntu kraal (Event management company and a brewery in Soweto 11346 Senokoanyana Street Dube )Spend time alone ,with friends or family at one of South Africa's iconic township with Locals from Soweto ,discover fresh talent from talented artist's in Soweto and Johannebsurg offering a variety of live Perfomances like african live bands ,poets ,musicians and dancers while dinning and enjoying the sunlight at an outdoor restuarant that has different traditional dishes to taste this unique experience hosted by a native tour guide and event manager will make visitors from all over the world understand the current lifestyle,culture and latest fashion trends in Soweto today
Soweto and its hidden gems
We will meet at a historical place the Hector Pieterson Memorial site which is mostly about the 1976 student uprising which was a turning point in our history and walk down the most famous street in South Africa,Vilakazi street the only street with two Nobel peace prize recipients who are Dr Nelson Mandela and The Arch Bishop Tutu.The look out point where you can get a birds view of Soweto and how big it is and get to see the iconic Orlando towers which will be one of our stops .Jump into a mini bus like the locals do,then lunch time you get to eat what the locals call lunch,browse our beautiful ,colorful markets and meet some of our elders who played an instrumental role in our liberation. After all you have absorbed about Soweto online in news papers come join me and get the real picture