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Jo’burg. Jozi. Egoli. Built on gold, Johannesburg has always been a city of opportunities! Named after Johann Rissik (principal clerk surveyor-general of the Transvaal Republic) and Christiaan Johannes Joubert (chief of mining and member of the Volkstaad) who recommended the area be declared a goldfield, it owes its existence to George Harrison – a penniless prospector who first discovered gold here in 1886. Trace Johannesburg’s history from its humble gold-mining beginnings to the pulsing streets of this modern-day African economic giant with a personal tour from Stephenson Adventures. This tour is simply the best way to explore and experience the city of Gold.
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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Nelson Mandela is home to an iconic statue of Nelson Mandela and a popular attraction in Johannesburg.
Nelson Mandela Houghton house, were he moved with his wifey towards the end of his presidency. Houghton estate is a beautiful leafy-green rich northern suburb of Johannesburg.
Beautiful leafy-green scenic viewpoint of Johannesburg North.
See the Hillbrow tower, that has become an emblem of the city. and the tower dominates the Johannesburg skyline.
Constitution Hill is a living museum that tells the story of South Africa’s journey to democracy. The site is a former prison and military fort that bears testament to South Africa’s turbulent past and, today, is home to the country’s Constitutional Court, which endorses the rights of all citizens.
Braamfontein has it all – great Museums and Theatres, exciting nightlife, Restaurants, trendy coffee shops, contemporary Art Galleries and quirky design and fashion stores.
One of the really striking attractions and famous landmark of Johannesburg! The Nelson Mandela Bridge is a relatively new addition to the Johannesburg skyline, but has already gained iconic status.
The Newtown Precinct in Johannesburg is rich in a history of biodiversity and culture, dating as far back as the 1880s. Today is the centre of progress and arts in the city of Gold, with new developments booming and a number of art galleries, museums, and theatres.
Explore the city’s early mining history. 0ld relics of the gold rush such as mining headgear, stamp presses and carts line the way, complemented by information boards detailing mining history.
See the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Gandhi Square, Johannesburg, which depicts the Indian independence campaigner and nonviolent pacifist as a young man
The Central Business District, commonly called Johannesburg CBD, is one of the main business centres of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is the densest collection of skyscrapers in Africa.
Maboneng, meaning “Place of Light”, a fully fledged thriving community. With a mix of restaurants, coffee shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, and retail and studio space, the precinct draws the inner-city public as well as the chic, art-going crowd of the city’s suburbs, bringing life back into the city
n your way to Soweto you will pass the largest stadium (Soccer City) which hosted the opening and closing ceremony of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the stadium has been the centre of historic events. The unique design of the stadium is highly regarded internationally.
Understand the origins of the township of Soweto along with the current “kasi” life before walking in the steps of legends - Nobel peace prize winners Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu at their houses in Vilakazi Street.
Orlando Towers have become one of the most distinctive landmarks in the neighborhood of Soweto Township.
Visit Nobel peace prize winners Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu houses in Vilakazi Street the famous street in South Africa.
Visit the house where former South African president Nelson Mandela Lived. Now, No. 8115 has been entrenched as one of South Africa's most significant heritage sites because it tells the tales, in sound, film, interpretive panels and guided tours.
Hector Pieterson Museum and Memorial site is a National heritage site not far from the spot where a 13 year-old Hector was shot on the 16 June 1976 during the Soweto Uprising that today is a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the apartheid government.
Tour at "the people's church" Regina Mundi church a pivotal role in the township's history of resistance against the apartheid.
Squatter camp tour (optional)
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