Soweto Apartheid Museum and Lunch Tour

On this full day tour your guide will take you past all the hotspots in Soweto.

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  • Duration: 8 Hours
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  • Pickup available
  • Wifi available

What’s included

  • Free Onboard Uncapped WiFi
  • Transfer in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle
  • Pickup in Johannesburg
  • Informal Settlement walk in shanty town
  • Entrance to Hector Peterson Museum and Regina Mundi Church
  • Vilakazi Street
  • View of Mandela house in Soweto
  • View Desmond Tutu House and Winnie Mandela House
  • Visit to an information settlement
  • View the Soweto cooling towers
  • View the Baragwaneth Hospital
  • Lunch at traditional Restaurant in Soweto
  • Entrance into Apartheid museum 



Ready to experience the lively atmosphere and bustling streets of Soweto? Let’s go!

On this full day tour your guide will take you past all the hotspots in Soweto.
We affectionately refer to this as the good, the bad and the Ugly. The tour will take you deep into the township culture, so you can attain a personal experience of the diversity and rich history this part of Johannesburg has to offer.

En route to Soweto, we pass by the famous National Football Stadium City, which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the Soccer World Cup 2010. From there, we enter the Diepkloof area, where the vendors are located, selling just about anything you can conjure up in your imagination.

In Orlando West we visit Vilakazi Street- drive past the Mandela House where a visit into the museum is optional as well as past the home of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. You will have an opportunity to read about the Soweto uprising on 16 June 1976. On that tragic day, an innocent little boy called Hector Pieterson gave up his life and kick-started the liberation of South Africa.

For you to truly experience the full history and heritage of this famous township, our tour will take you into the depths of the shanty towns where you get to interact with some of the locals and see how they live.
We drive past the Soweto Campus of the Johannesburg University and end off our tour with a stop at the largest hospital in the world: Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.

Buffet meal at a local Restaurant, enjoy the delicious tastes and smells of local cuisine( starter , main course and dessert)

Apartheid museum

After Lunch we visit the world famous Apartheid museum where you will learn about the history of South Africa and the struggle of its people during the apartheid era for approximately 2 hours before returning you back to hotel around 17:00

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  • Entrance fee Nelson Mandela House Museum
  • Personal purchases 
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Ratings & Reviews

Brilliant insight into the history and development of Soweto - and the horror of apartheid


Having deliberated long and hard about whether visiting Soweto was socially acceptable - its residents are not "on display" for tourists - we had a fantastically informative and interesting day. We had the opportunity to interact with some of the residents, and didn't feel we had turned them into a visitor attraction in the process. Our guide, Thabang, was highly engaging, challenging and knowledgeable. Lunch, in a "locals" restaurant, provided a great opportunity for the group to get answers to questions that had occurred to us. And the Apartheid Museum is a must see.

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29 August, 2019 by ZYXWVUTS Bristol, England

Great tour!


Had a great day on this tour. Our guides were very knowledgeable and really engaged with everyone in the group. Being a solo traveller, this was a fantastic way to get out and see parts of Johannesburg and learn about its history without being on my own. Highly recommend Moafrika tours!

29 August, 2019 by S504ZNbarbaras

Get immersed in History while understanding the present


This was an amazing experience guided by an amazing tour guide. Tabong the tour guide is such a great story teller and immerses you in history while linking everything to the present. You get to see the real, unadulterated South Africa in all its bareness. This is a must see tour. We loved how the trip is arranged and the pick and drop makes everything that much easier!

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29 August, 2019 by amzytamzy - Tanzania

Very insightful day


This tour was a great way to learn about apartheid and the history of Soweto. Our guide, Stanley, was a wealth of information and very personable and interesting. The tour provided a lot of insight on apartheid, the events leading up to the Soweto uprising, and Soweto today. The two museums we visited, the Hector Pieterson Museum in Soweto, about the 1976 uprising, and the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, were both great, eye-opening experiences as well. We were picked up promptly from our airport hotel at a pre-arranged time and dropped off with plenty of time to catch our flight out that night. Good food was provided during the lunch stop. It was a smooth and interesting day all around.

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29 August, 2019 by Jill C Monona, Wisconsin


Unser Guide Tsholo hat uns die Informationen in einer unterhaltsamen Art vermittelt. Pünktliche Abholung vom Hotel in Midrand und auch alles andere hat reibungslos geklappt. Zuerst dachte ich die 3 Stunden im Appartheid-Museum seien eher lang bemessen. Ich fand es aber so spannend, dass die Zeit schlussendlich fast knapp wurde. Dieses Museum ist ein „Must“ für Johannesburg Besucher! Diesen Ausflug kann ich sehr empfehlen.

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29 August, 2019 by Y1069MKpatrickm - South Africa

Wonderful Experience, strongly recommend!


Thanks to MoAfrika for the wonderful day in Johannesburg! I was in the city only one day with my husband and 4 friends all from Italy and we booked the tour called “Soweto, Apartheid Museum” with lunch included. Stanlay was our wonderful guide, he’s really professional, passionate and he was really kind with us answering to all our questions and curiosities regarding history, culture, habits, etc. He drove us along the city showing the most important topics of Johannesburg, then we stopped in Soweto, we had lunch together and we visited the Apartheid Museum (one of the most interesting museum that I had ever visited). We strongly recommend MoAfrika if you plan 1-2 days in Johannesburg!

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29 August, 2019 by elisa v - Italy

Strongly recommended. Experience current day Soweto whilst coming to grips with its historical significance


This was a fantastic and real insight into life in current day Soweto and its intersection and importance within South Africa's very recent turbulent past under the Apartheid regime. We would strongly recommend this trip, and Bobo (our guide) was great fun and full of knowledge to share at the same time. We only wish we could have stayed in both the Hector Pieterson & Apartheid Museums for longer, as well as spending more time with the community leader that we visited in Soweto

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29 August, 2019 by Jonathan T

A must do


Second time with Moafrika tour in Soweto and Apartheid Museum. Both times excellent experiences. Stanley a very professional, full of knowledge guide, took us in a our journey, It is a touching experience to visit Soweto, having the chance to speak with Jack, the young resident that shows you around and visiting the community kindergarten. You should not leave Johannesburg without visiting the Apartheid Mueseum and the Hector Pieterson Museum, open mind experience. Highly recommended

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29 August, 2019 by mozdiscover

Excellent Tour


This was a fantastic tour and I would highly recommend to anyone considering. I communicated back and forth with Linda prior to the tour for pickup logistics and she was prompt in her responses and very accommodating. Bobo and our guide even showed up a couple minutes early to pick us up. The first stop of our tour was the Apartheid Museum, where we spent a little over two hours. I highly recommend this museum and you could easily spend more than two hours there. From there, Bobo gave us a little tour of Soweto and we stopped for a delicious lunch. After lunch, a local man from Soweto gave us a brief tour of his community, which was very informative. From there, we stopped at the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum before being dropped off at our hotel. Overall the day ran very smoothly and was well worth the price.

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29 August, 2019 by cs7266 Seattle, Washington

A real connection with the history of apartheid


Yesterday was an eight hour fascinating history lesson, but more than that, a connection. To stand where history happened , where people lived and died and to have that history unfolded by someone who was a small child when Nelson Mandela was freed, whose parents were present at his first speech and to stand where he gave it makes it, not something known in abstraction, but real The tour of Soweto and the apartheid museum was excellent. Our guide Stanley Kubayi couldn’t have been better. It was a lot to pack into one day and the I would have liked more time in the museum- that is not a complaint, you can’t make the day longer- but Stanley prepared us so throughly that it was easy to understand and assimilate what what we saw in a relatively short time

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29 August, 2019 by myleneO_12

It was good


I liked so much and i recommend to anyone. The driver was on time to pick me up at hotel and the experiences in Soweto were the best. Probably, you gonna find some people from Soweto dancing or singing and if you want, better you be prepared to give tips, but they don´t ask for them. There is a fast tour inside a slum. That´s a unique experience. Maybe you can like or not, but i felt in safety.

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29 August, 2019 by Guilherme M Campinas - Brazil

Full Day Tour to Learn about Johannesburg


My wife and I had one day in Johannesburg, before beginning a 12day safari tour. We selected moafrica tours. During our selection Lavender was very responsive to my email. Great decision, though the tour only had 3 people, MoAfrica sent Nik who not only took us to the highlight of Soweto Apartheid museum and more, but he spent time to allow us to get a bare understanding of the history and turbulence I South Africa in our times. Thank you MoAfrica!

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29 August, 2019 by Harold7014 - Dallas, USA

Amazing experience I'll never forget!


This tour was absolutely fabulous! Tabong and Bobo(I hope I am spelling their names correctly) were awesome guides! They really helped you feel the beautiful of Soweto and it's people. And let my just say lunch at Chaf Pozi was incredible!!!!! This made my first time coming to South Africa an experience I'll cherish forever. Thank you so much MoAfrika Tours

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29 August, 2019 by maimoonaa2018 - New York



Well organised. An interesting, eye opening and fun experience. Very knowledge guide (Tsholo was excellent). A lot to pack in to a day with the Apartheid museum shutting at 5pm. I'd recommend starting 1 hr earlier to avoid being rushed.

29 August, 2019 by 483edwardo

Great tour


We did the full day tour of Soweto and the Apartheid Museum with Nick. It was a great tour and we learnt a lot. We hesitated to take the lunch option and ultimately did not go for it and we did not regret as it was quite pricey (250 Rand) - the rest of the group did have lunch and it looked very little for the price. We also thought that maybe the tour was a bit overpriced since tickets to the museum are rather cheap and we did not cover a lot of km. However I do not remember seeing any other tour that would be cheaper. So overall I would definitely recommend it for a good introduction to Soweto and the Apartheid history.

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29 August, 2019 by Aimi-Asia Singapore, Singapore

Time and money well spent


I would recommend this day tour to everyone! We spent only one day in Johannesburg and we are really happy to have decided to take part in this guided day tour. Our guide Tsholo was really informative and more than happy to answer any questions. We managed to see the most important parts of the city and hear about important facts of the south african history in only one day. Lunch was delicious. Do not hesitate to book this tour.

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29 August, 2019 by JohnnieDr

Full day tour of Jo'burg and Soweto


Our guide drove three of us on a tour that focussed on the history and legacy of Nelson Mandela and Apartheid. Tour included Mandela homes, the prison where he was imprisoned, Soweto, and the Apartheid Museum. With the guide, we were able to park conveniently at each stop. Our only complaint is that the tour was advertised as including lunch at no cost, but our guide announced that lunch was not included. We were not asked to cover his meal, however.

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29 August, 2019 by Snowbird547 - Florida

Very worthwhile way to spend a day


Our guide, Bobo, made this trip special. He was completely willing to answer all our questions and having grown up in Soweto, very knowledgeable. We got to see more than Soweto because we were staying near the airport, so we were picked up first and got to see the approach to the hotel area of Joburg. The contrasts of wealthy and poor areas of the city was dramatic! Even in Soweto, there are dramatic differences. Bobo was willing to talk about all of it, without resentment or attitude: just, "this is the way it is here." We especially enjoyed having our lunch at Chez Alita, a home turned into a restaurant helping the community by providing employment in an area with very high unemployment. The food was excellent with lots of choices from a buffet and musical entertainment. The walking tour of Kliptown was sad. We were glad to be able to support the program which hosted us and which cares for children. The visible poverty is beyond the imagination of USers. On the other hand, we were also surprised by areas of wealth in Soweto. Even here, houses are close together with little space for privacy or gardening. However, they are well built and kept clean. We stopped near Mandela's home and there are lots of street shops there. Bring cash if you want to shop. There was time to visit the house for a small fee. The Apartheid Museum is mostly a tribute to Mandela, a timeline of his life. He is the image of South Africa that is most often projected. (There were even "statues" of him made of wire and beads in airport shops.)

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29 August, 2019 by contradancer asheville, nc

Stanley was Superb


We had Stanley as our tour guide. He was extremely knowledgeable, funny and personable. He explained things in detail and added context which gave a more clear picture. The tour provides a thorough view of Soweto- it’s progress and it’s challenges. Educated on its history as well. The Apartheid Museum is powerfully sobering. It paints a vivid unapologetic picture of the brutality and psychological cruelty of Apartheid. Highly recommended!!!

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29 August, 2019 by Erick48 - Illinois



It was great to be with Mark who grew up and still lives in Soweto and to learn the history of the discrimination that took place. The visit to the shanty town was very eye opening to see the poverty people live in but they are happy. It was eye opening to see place up close that we had only heard about on the news.

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29 August, 2019 by 111philj Sarasota, Florida



Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and time conscious! It was hard getting everyone to adhere to time limits at each destination but he managed to have us see all that was included in our itinerary in a timely manner. Would definitely recommend to others!

29 August, 2019 by AmaraDP



Superb! Guide is knowledgeable and friendly! i learnt a lot abt Soweto and the social problems of the country from a first person perspective! Really in depth and great experience after all!

29 August, 2019 by Millieispretty

Very nice experiance


Everything went as planned, no delays. The guide was very open and positive, answering all our questions.

29 August, 2019 by KaterinkaRambo

Great tour


Tour was excellent, highly recommended. Township walking part was a real eye opener and the Apartheid Museum could be a day tour in itself.

29 August, 2019 by DSBuster Dusseldorf, Germany

Excelente para conhecer mais sobre a cultura sul africana!


Fiz o passeio de dia inteiro para conhecer o Soweto e o Museu do Apartheid pois queria saber mais sobre a história do país. O Tour é a melhor forma pois o guia vai te contando fatos e histórias que sozinha eu não teria acesso. Passamos e paramos para tirar fotos no estádio da copa, na Igreja Regina Mundi (entramos e tivemos uma explicação sobre o que aconteceu na igreja), no memorial Hector Pieterson (tivemos acesso ao museu e a informações dadas por um guia sobre o massacre que ocorreu ali), na casa no Madela etc. Tivemos a oportunidade de conversar com locais, entrar em uma casa para ver como é o dia a dia das pessoas que moram na comunidade. Antes de ir ao Museu do Apartheid fizemos uma parada para almoço no restaurante que fica nas famosas torres (Orlando Towers), almoço simples, porém típico e muito saboroso. O tour começou às 10h e terminou por volta das 17:30h. Resumindo, vale a pena!

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28 August, 2019 by partiuviajarblog Ouro Preto,MG

erg interessante dag gehad met alle highlights van Johannesburg


omdat we graag met het gezin alleen een tour wilden hebben we een privé tour geboekt, die maar een klein beetje duurder was dan een groepstour. 's ochtends kwam onze gids Thabang ons ophalen in het hotel. eerst hebben we met de auto door het centrum van Joburg gereden waarbij Thabang ons erg veel heeft vertelt over Joburg en haar geschiedenis en de inwoners. Daarna via de Mandelebrug naar het FNB stadion en vandaar naar Soweto en de Soweto towers. vervolgens hebben we een korte rondleiding gehad in een krottenwijk van Soweto, met een erg vriendelijk gids ter plekke. Daarna naar het huis van bisschop Tutu en van Nelson Mandela en we hebben stilgestaan bij het monument van Hector Pieterson. erg indrukwekkend. Na een heerlijke braai met pap bij de Soweto towers heeft Thabang ons naar het apartheidsmuseum gebracht waar we zowel het apartheidsmuseum als het Mandela museum hebben bekeken. omdat we het het eigen gezin waren konden we zelf bepalen wat we wilden. super geregeld! Thabang is een geweldige gids die heel veel weet en veel vertelt

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28 August, 2019 by broost1990 - The Netherlands

Perfetto se si ha poco tempo


Se non si ha molto tempo questo tour è perfetto. Poche persone. Punti strategici delle città. Abbiamo anche fatto una visita a Soweto dove vivono realmente loro. La guida brava

28 August, 2019 by Stefano C Bologna, Italy

mejor imposible


Quiero agradecera MoAfrika y Anthony por haber hecho realidad mi sueño de mi primer viaje a áfrica, todo fue perfecto mucha amabilidad, nos dieron lo que nos ofrecieron y no tengo nada más que decir que gracis

28 August, 2019 by Luis Soria Galvarro

Great day tour


Our guide Bobo who was born and lives in Soweto was awesome, we were shown all sides of Soweto and learnt the history of the township, we visited a small lower class area where a chap called Jack showed us around and also inside his tin house. The tour also included lunch under the 2 historic water towers and a visit to Mandela’s house and the apartheid Museum. We enjoyed the tour from start to finish and would recommend to anyone.

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28 August, 2019 by Thebrou

Fast paced knowledgeable- excellent tour!


My mum and I arrived from Perth early morning and booked our Moafrica just before jumping on our plane. Thabang our friendly, knowledgeable your guide picked us up from our hotel right on time and or wonderful journey into Johannesburg began. Thabang's English is brilliant along with the several other languages he speaks. The tour of Soweto was amazing, he didn't spend too much time in the tourist trap of Vilakazi Street, rather he takes you deep into a township where the people have big beautiful smiles regardless of the lack of running water or electricity.... Lunch was a delicious braai where I couldn't get enough of the yummy chakalaka! After lunch we visited the two museums- the Apartheid museum is massive with so much to read- I wish we had not have been so jet lagged with our eyes hanging out of our heads as there was a lot to read. None the less what an amazing museum, just heartbreaking I would highly recommend Moafrika and Thabang- the route was a perfect way to learn about the city in a day.

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28 August, 2019 by Mellie009 Perth, Australia

Very informative


We arrived late last night on a delayed Qantas flight followed by next to no sleep. A full day tour was going to be a test of endurance, to say the least. Well, I am still awake and am pleased to say that our tour guide, Nick, was a perfect antidote to jetlag. His laid back but enthusiatic and informative commentary had us enthralled the whole time we were with him. From Constitution Hill, to the Carlton building (temporarily the tallest building in Africa), to the Apartheit Museum, to the Hector Pietersen Museum, to Soweto, he maintained our interest all the way. I have to say that I was a little bit uncomfortable about visiting Soweto; I worried that I would be partaking of 'poverty porn' as it has become known on TV. However, never was I made to feel like a voyeur. With Nick's insight and knowledge, we left having seen a vibrant and huge community which blew away any preconceived ideas I had. Our South African holiday started excellently. Thanks Nick and thanks MoAfrika.

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28 August, 2019 by Ultramouse - Australia

Packed fun day tour


I had Bobo as my guide and he was very outgoing and kept us all entertained, while being knowledgeable. It was a packed day and sadly you only have 2 hours at the Apartheid Museum - I could have spent the whole day there. You get to see lots of other sights - visit a township in Soweto, see the Towers, Hector Pietersen memorial (you don't go inside the museum however) and optional Nelson Mandala's house (as it is a museum and you pay extra to go in). Desmond Tutu's house was not really worth MoAfrika listing as a site - all you see is the outside wall with a plaque after being hassled down the street by people wanting money. Lunch under the towers was yummy local food.

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28 August, 2019 by 12ren Canberra, Australia

Great day trip


This was a great little tour! MoAfrika was very accommodating as my travel plans changed slightly and they were still able to pick me up from the hotel with no problems whatsoever. I can't remember our guides' names, but they were friendly and good-natured the whole tour. I mixed up my bookings and forgot that this tour included the Apartheid Museum, so I had gone the day before. When we got there, I mentioned it to the guide and he phoned around to see if I could get into Gold Reef City instead; it ended up being closed but I was very impressed with the service I received from the guide. Lunch was great - we stopped at the Soweto Gold towers if I remember correctly and had a delicious meal.

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28 August, 2019 by Danielle L Wetaskiwin, Canada

Great overview of Johannesburg


Did a full day tour with Bo Bo, a v pleasant tour guide and driver. I can highly recommend this trip. The apartheid museum is an excellent eye opener to the despicable treatment of blacks and coloured people in South Africa. The visit to Soweto added to complete the story. We also visited a nearby shanty town where people are still living in deplorable in humane conditions and u realise that we all have a long way to go.

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28 August, 2019 by gohawkers Melbourne, Australia

Amazing Tour!


I really enjoyed the Soweto tour. Our guide Nick was very helpful and informative about all the places we went to. I especially liked the Hector Pieterson memorial and museum. Lunch at Chaf Pozi was great! Fab way to spend the day.

28 August, 2019 by Explorer04626922394

Extraordinary opportunity to dive deeply into history and contemporary issues


I took this full-day tour because I wanted to understand apartheid and post-apartheid life in some depth. Tour leader Thaband did a great job of helping us see many facets of the issues and connect with local people. Highlights included walking through a squatter settlement with lively site guide Mo connecting us with kids in a daycare center. The Apartheid Museum capped off the day with a world-class immersive experience and profoundly moving insights. I highly recommend this tour for people of all ethnic and racial backgrounds.

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28 August, 2019 by HopeAbounds - California

Great experience!!


It was a great experience! Our guide, Bobo, was so helpful, funny and friendly. We visited Soweto, where we could meet the real Soweto people, who welcomed us in their homes. The short visit to the Hector Pieterson museum was interesting. We recieved more time to visit the Apartheidsmuseum. On this full day tour we could taste the past and today of Johannesburg. The organisation also gives a chance for young men and woman to become guides, so that they can provide their families and make their own future!

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28 August, 2019 by ellenvanneyghem - Belgium

Great tour!


We took this tour as we had a day to kill in Johannesburg at the start of a school conservation trip. Our guides, Tsholo and Bobo were excellent; very knowledgable and friendly and they looked after us really well. The staff who did the booking for us were very helpful and accommodated all of our needs. Would definitely recommend.

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28 August, 2019 by spitz74 Jersey, United Kingdom

Great tour


Great tour of Soweto, and great opportunity to meet the people of the town. A poor area but it was eye opening to be able to understand and see their living conditions. It was great learning about the past history of South Africa and Johannesburg whilst on a tour at the Apartheid Museum.

28 August, 2019 by 515pascalp Sydney, Australia

Amazing day


This tour surpassed our expectations. It was our first time in South Africa. Bobo our driver came right on time at our hotel to pick us up. Then we went to pick up some additional travelers who were at their hotel. We were a very nice group we got along so well. Bobo knew what he was talking about. We had wifi in the car during the trip. When we got to Soweto we were blown away to see how it changed for the better. After our full day Bobo dropped us at our hotel, opened the door for us and wished us well. Please book MoAfrika for everything you plan on doing. PS: They have whatsapp and they answer reallly fast!

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23 August, 2019 by Marie R Port-au-Prince, Haiti

A Very Special Experience


MoAfrica Tours was very accommodating when I asked them to add a tour of the Apartheid Museum to the Soweto tour I’d booked some weeks ago. Our guide/driver, Fresh was knowledgeable, courteous and particularly friendly. The short walking tour of Soweto was probably the highlight of that section and we all enjoyed the visit to the childcare centre. The only criticism I have of the Apartheid Museum visit is that 2 hours is probably an hour too little as the extent of the permanent exhibition is considerable. The Museum tour is, in my humble opinion, an absolute must for visitors to Johannesburg. Thanks for an excellent day

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23 August, 2019 by 771jonathant - Sydney, AUS

Amazing Experience


We had the most amazing day with our tour guide Thabang. He was so informative, friendly, and funny. The whole day was wonderful- a whistle stop tour of Soweto and the Apartheid Museum. If you only have one day in Joburg like us, it is the perfect opportunity to learn lots about the history of South Africa and the lives of the people in Soweto and the country as a whole. The Soweto visit was with a local guide which was excellent. Ideally we could have spent even more time with them as they were so interesting and friendly. pickup was prompt and Lunch was delicious. The Apartheid Museum reduced me to tears. 2 hours absolutely flies by! All in all, it eaa an amazing experience and I would recommend to anyone. Thank you Thabang (Happy!) for such a great day. If I ever make it back here I would definitely come with MoAfrika tours again.

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23 August, 2019 by Ellie T - London, UK

Full day Soweto and Apartheid Museum


Just did the Soweto and museum tour with our driver Bobo. What an amazing day. Bobo was a wealth of knowledge and his passion for his own community was inspiring. Meeting the kids in the makeshift housing with our local guide was at times overwhelming. Makensure you do the lunch at Chaf Pozi under the famous power station towers.

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23 August, 2019 by David C

Very comprehensive.


Really enjoyed this tour. The apatheid museum was excellent but of course very sad. The visit to a community in Soweto was safe and humbling. Enjoyed the9 lunch.

23 August, 2019 by Annienani Hamilton-New Zealand

Informative, eye-opening experience.


Our tour guide Gabriel was very enthusiastic and a knowledgable man. We got to see parts of Joburg along the way to Aparteid Museum/Soweto that we hadn't had the opportunity to see during our travels. MoAfrika was very accommodating and understanding of our group's wants/needs (certain stops for pictures etc). Soweto itself was a nice experience as we got to see both the rich and the poor areas. The bonus for us was that we had booked the tour on July 18th (Mandela Day) and the Mandela House Museum was free that day. Instead of stopping at the Hector Pieterson, we did the Mandela House instead. Overall, we were happy to have booked with MoAfrika Tours. I'm not much a museum person but I was pleasantly surprised with the Apartheid Museum's collection of letters and other memorabilia. Just note that you can't take pictures inside the museum (which is unfortunate).

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23 August, 2019 by Jack_Jack_2011-Toronto,Canada

Very Well Done


A great tour. Small group and Informed instructor. We covered a lot of area. The group was small . Nicely paced Thanks.

23 August, 2019 by Greg0ir - Sydney, Australia

Oltre le aspettative


Poco avvezzi ai tour guidati, ma senz'auto e con 10 ore di attesa in aeroporto per la partenza del volo, ci affidiamo ad un tour "privato" di Soweto organizzato da Mokafrica. Abbiamo quindi conosciuto una guida simpatica ed eloquente, che ci ha accompagnato a visitare anche le zone più degradate della township. Pranzo sotto le torri di Soweto, in un locale molto originale, tanto spartano il luogo quanto buono il cibo (una sorta di grigliata mista con abbondanti contorni tipici).

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23 August, 2019 by Gusp73 - Palermo, Italy

Oltre le aspettative


Poco avvezzi ai tour guidati, ma senz'auto e con 10 ore di attesa in aeroporto per la partenza del volo, ci affidiamo ad un tour "privato" di Soweto organizzato da Mokafrica. Abbiamo quindi conosciuto una guida simpatica ed eloquente, che ci ha accompagnato a visitare anche le zone più degradate della township. Pranzo sotto le torri di Soweto, in un locale molto originale, tanto spartano il luogo quanto buono il cibo (una sorta di grigliata mista con abbondanti contorni tipici).

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23 August, 2019 by Gusp73 - Palermo, Italy

Great Immersion Experience


Sugar was a fantastic guide and extremely entertaining! The Apartheid Museum was a must on my visit to Jo’Burg although the 2 hours allotted was not enough time to truly experience and appreciate such a beautiful dedication to S.A’s history. I thoroughly enjoyed the visit to the Soweto community, a great yet short immersion into the lives of its sweet citizens. The children will just melt your heart. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone short on time and whom would enjoy a history of the city and country.

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23 August, 2019 by loraine ford - Houston, Texas