Johannesburg Day Tours, with a local

Explore the colourful capital of South Africa with a local guide, from the diverse culture, its turbulent history, and the fascinating daily life of the Joburg locals. From cycling in Johannesburg through the infamous Soweto, to wandering the city by foot, no matter what your preferred means of transport may be, Urban Adventures has got you covered. 

Cycle Soweto Tour in Johannesburg

Based on 2 user ratings
Location: South Africa - Johannesburg
Length: 7-8 hours
From USD 86.26

  • Cycle through the streets of colourful, vibrant, and diverse Soweto
  • Get a birdseye view of Johannesburg from the top of the Carlton Centre
  • Learn about South Africa's history at the Apartheid Museum
  • Enjoy a traditional local lunch in Soweto
  • Ride down Vilakazi Street and past the sites of the 1976 student uprisings
  • Enjoy a drink at a local Soweto shebeen bar

Jozi by Foot tour in Johannesburg
Location: South Africa - Johannesburg
Length: 5-6 hours
From USD 62.86

  • Discover Johannesburg the best way we know - by foot!
  • Admire sweeping views of the city from the top of the Carlton Centre
  • See where history and modernity collide in Johannesburg, and learn about the city's turbulent history and vibrant present
  • Discover multicultural South Africa in Ghandi Square and admire the architecture lining Main Street Mall
  • Experience atmospheric, diverse Newtown precint
  • Take in the view and sample some local beer at the SAB World of Beer

[2 Matches Found]

Ms. Katie B.
10 Aug 2014
This trip gave me a new perspective and appreciation for all that Johannesburg has to offer, and I really enjoyed exploring Soweto on a pushbike.
Ms. Stella B.
21 Feb 2013
I loved. And I'm a terrible cyclist and the guides waited me and were very pacient. They showed us everything and talked about the most important events. Amazing experience.

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