Experiencias únicas en West Rand
Reserva actividades inolvidables que la gente de la zona ofrece en Airbnb.
Todas las actividades cerca de West Rand
Un día en Soweto
Discover the history of Soweto, where political icons lived during Apartheid, fighting against the regime. Explore the everyday life, meet the locals, taste local cuisine and get an authentic experience with a Sowetan native guide. Start at the Hector Pietersen Museum and hear about the Soweto uprising that transpired in 1976, which was one the turning point of Apartheid. Be introduced to the famous house of Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street, built in 1945, where he lived until he was imprisoned for 27 years. Have a conversation about Arch bishop Desmond Tutu in the famous street in Vilakazi Street. Continue through Orlando East, the first formal settlement of Soweto and Orlando Stadium, Soweto football giants, the Orlando Pirate and ride a minibus taxi to the last stop at the Orlando Towers. Listen to the many personal stories about the family's generations, how apartheid had an impact in each and everyone of them and how Soweto has changed today. Enjoy a traditional, local lunch of Kota (Local burger)
Inmersión total en Soweto
- the Orlando towers a Soweto land mark,its a old power station which is now a place of fun and creates jobs -we see Orlando the first township that received development in Soweto -we visit the Mandela house in vilakazi street, Nelson Mandela's house during his time in Soweto.after the visit at the house we walk on the famous street in Soweto vilakazi street is the only street in the world to have housed 2 Nobel peace laureates because Bishop Tutu also lived there -we also get to have lunch in Soweto there's a variety of township food -we make a stop at Hector Peterson museum and we learn about the Soweto uprising - you get to walk around the busiest market place in Soweto where there's a lot of street vendors. -Taste Soweto gold the beer which was born in Soweto. 1.The tour begins at Hector Peterson museum in the heart of Soweto it is easy to find when you type on the GPS or using uber. 2.We stop Nelson Mandela's house 3.we see Winnie Mandela house 4.Taste Soweto gold/you also get to taste ( umqombothi) the African traditional beer. 5.We have lunch 6.you get to experience the different classes of people in Soweto. Other things to note We will be walking wear safe shoes we will also be hoping on Soweto`s public transport. I do accept late bookings, this experience does not include pick ups and drop off from hotel.
Experiencia con bici en Soweto
Starting in Vilakazi street, home to 2 Nobel Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. We will then cycling to the Hector Pietersen Museum to learn more about the role the youth of 1976 played during apartheid in South Africa. We will make a stop at a local Café, before cycling the vibrant streets of Soweto again making our way to other sites such as the Orlando Stadium in Orlando East. Here, we will get to understand how Soweto came to be, and what important events took place. We will then cycle to a local brewing company for a refreshing beer tasting and history of the brewery. For Lunch we will enjoy a Kota, it is a local favorite "street burger" I will also teach you the local lingo cause everywhere we go, locals will want to have a little interaction with you. Other things to note I do not cover entrance fee to Nelson Mandela house & Hector Pietersen, however, we do visit both venues. Looking forward to hosting you
Ruta a pie por Soweto
We'll stop first at FNB Stadium, also known as Soccer City, before we make our way to the Welcome Sign of Soweto to take pictures at Diepkloof Soweto. Then off to the Diepkloof Migrant Workers Hostel will be next, to see how the migrant workers used to stay. We'll then go to the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, the third largest hospital in the world. We'll see Orlando Towers, which stand as the largest landmark of Soweto, and we'll take a little stop at the Hector Pierterson Museum to learn more about the student uprising which took place on 1976. We'll walk the famous Vilakazi Street, home of both Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela—the world's only two Nobel Peace Prize Winners to have lived on the same street. I'll take you to Credo Mutwa Cultural Village—Kwa khaya Lendaba and Ophenheimer tower. Credo Mutwa the traditional healer, renowned philosopher, and famous for some of the worlds deadliest predictions like the USA twin tower bombing and HIV and AIDS. We'll also go to Oppenheimer Tower for a 360-degree view of Soweto and get to climb the 49 steps of the tower being a symbol of the 49 townships and houses which the Ophenheimer family played a role in building in Soweto. Other things to note Wear proper walking shoes. Please pay with South African currency for bookings. Wear cloths in condition with the weather,backpacks as they come essential when shopping at local markets.
Soweto a pie
Get the in-depth knowledge on the formation of townships, before and during apartheid walk from Orlando east to West( first and second officially build brick houses in Soweto) learn about unsang political struggle icons get an opportunity to hear stories from eye witnesses who lived life during apartheid time's visit Hector Peterson memorial site(named after the youngest victim killed in year 1976 16 June during "Soweto's students uprising" ) walk by Mandela family museum were he lived before prison and also see Arch bishop Desmond tutu's house in the same street famously known as Vilakazi street will then hop on a minibus taxi with locals heading to Chafpozi Shisanyama restaurant for a local lunch included on the tour each person will be served a portion of Pap,2 salad's, 1 sausage and a chicken wing
Llévame a Soweto
Embark on a fun and unique tour experience as we explore the urban complex of Soweto on a bicycle. Get to experience the township like a local. Get a glimpse of Hector Pietersen Museum, Mandela House and Tutu House. 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.
Let walk the street of soweto
It a walking tour in the street of most highlighted sides of Soweto,The Orlando West which is mostly a touristic area.It got the Memorial of the Soweto uprising (Youth of 1976 going against the Bantu Education) that is where we will start.Walk the Orlando West street including Vilakazi Street which is famous for having the two Nobel prize winners houses,walk pass the 1st lady's house (Mother of the nation,Mama winnie Mandikizela Mandela). Visit one of the typical fast food place for the local bite while browsing through Vilakazi Street,interact with some locals and learning a thing or two from them.We will then catch a mini bus taxi going to the Orlando East and see the site which many tourist don't get a chance to see,pass by the soccer legendary's house Mr B Mokgosinyana who was the 1st president of the Orland Pirate soccer team.learn more about the team's history while walking toward the mixer of informal and formal houses that Orlando East have.Meet and greet the locals,learn few local words while learning the history and present real lifestyle of Soweto people.see the Street,Art and Culture of the people.walking toward the end of the tour to see the Orlando Towers and have a far view of the Bara hospital. NB-Please check me on facebook for some tours i have done:Liswa Ntethe Gcabashe. Other things to note Please note we don't cover entre fees to the Memorial/Museum. Put on comfortable shoes. Put on sunscreen protection /Bring an umbrella.
Soweto By E-scooter & E-Bike
Explore the largest Township in South Africa known as Soweto (Southen West Township) home to two Noble peace prize winners on an E-scooter. Soweto is very big and to deeply understand the area's history and it current state one needs to really visit more place then just than just vilakazi street. On this tour, we will be covering Soweto how it should and the tour will be divided into three sections. History Art Culture The experience is designed to showcase the progress of the people of South Africa post-Aparthied while providing guest a deeper sense of understanding to why people have chosen to stay in this neighborhood 28 years later after Apartheid has ended... We will of course be visiting key landmarks in are like: Mandela's house Desmond Tutu Hector Peterson and other key people who played a role in South Africa's Journey to Freedom. The E-scooters will allow us to cover more ground and see more places in Soweto.
Cocina con una chef de la tele
Come hungry and ready to learn! During this interactive dining experience, I will show you how easy it is to make or Local dishes, Shakalaka ( a mixture of veggies like stir fries with an edge), Fatcook … from scratch using my own personal recipe! Then, we'll combine this with a delicious bowl pab a maize meal. We'll gather for dinner to enjoy the fruits of our labor. I'll serve Fatcook as appetiser Other things to note Come with your appetite. Be sure to message me after you book if you have special dietary restrictions! Our meeting locations may occasionally varies.
Soweto Walking Experience
Join me as we take a walk in the historical streets of Orlando. We will walk the only street in the world to produce two Nobel Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. We will visit their houses, including the Hector Pietersen Museum. You will also get a chance to visit Winnie Mandela's house. We will also do a little hiking, to view a small part of Soweto from a higher view. We will also enjoy a beer tasting experience towards the end. We will also have lunch at a local spot. Our walk will end back at our café in Vilakazi street.
Cycling the trail of history in So-where-too
The cycle tour will depart from the meeting point in Soweto at Orlando towers. We will cycle a squatter camp that is 500 meters away to visit a squatter camp named after Winnie Mandela and we will have a guided tour around the area. We will continue cycling to Orlando west for a kilometer to Vilakazi street that was made famous by two Nobel peace prise winner Nelson Mandela and bishop Desmond Tutu who lived in the same street. the guess will have a guided continue cycling for less then 200 meters to Bishop Tutu house for an exterior guided tour. We will continue cycling up the street of Vilakazi to Hector Pieterson museum which is half a kilometre were the guess will visit the museum for guided tour inside. after the tour inside we will continue cycling 200 meters to Walter Sisulu house for guided tour We continue cycling to the family house of Mbuyisa Makhubu that is 300 metres away to meet the sister of Mbuyisa Makhubu who will narrate her side of the story. We cycle back to the Orlando tower were the tour will end at the meeting point.
Soweto y Museo del Apartheid con traslados incluidos
We pick up and drop off at accommodation establishments in Johannesburg as outlined under where we will be below. Pick up at Apartheid museum is only possible from Thursday to Sunday This experience is suitable for guests who need to do Soweto historical cultural tour and have enough time at their disposal to browse the Apartheid museum and learn more about segregation in South Africa. The guided tour in Soweto will take you through Diepkloof Extension, the first upmarket settlement established in Soweto. We proceed and pass Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital, the biggest hospital in Southern Africa,stop at the colourful Orlando Towers to take pictures and share information about this land mark. The tour proceed to Hector Pieterson memorial museum to learn about events of the liberation struggle in South Africa and Soweto students' uprisings in 1976. We proceed to the Popular Vilakazi street where Mandela house is situated. Etrance fees to the meseums not included. Guests are given time to browse the flea market and the curio shops situated by Hector Pieterson museum and Mandela House and can taste South African cuisine buffet lunch in Soweto or do light lunch in Soweto or at Apartheid museum Please contact the host and check availability incase the date you are looking for is not scheduled on the calender below. Time allocated include travelling time.
Intimate talk with the author of Product of rape But
Come and hear from the Founder of the SylvesterMashilo Foundation how he is using multiple life traumas to effect social change Jn South Africa. This personal and intimate talk will be facilitated over a glass of wine and interacting with Sylvester Mashilo on his debut book titled “A product of rape But I’m Chosen by God” and how he is using his life experiences to influence society to raise the South African boy child better.
Pintura desde el alma y creatividad intuitiva
Everyone is creative in some way and this process encourages the expression of that. Ideal for anyone – experienced to beginner – to play, explore and reconnect to their inner wonder child. Give yourself time off to silence your mind and breathe - no expected outcome, no judgment, no need to get it right - just a chance to relax into playing with paint, and listening to the messages from your soul. We start with a mindful meditation and connection to self, learning how to follow your body's way of saying yes and no. Then using that information you select the place to create, the instruments and materials to use. There will be guidelines on how to move away from that loud inner critic and keep painting so that you can create something that will truly surprise you. This is not Art Therapy … This is Creativity Ignition!
Soweto's Urban Garden Tour and Lunch
On arrival guests will enjoy welcome drinks and hear a brief story about our area and its natural elements. The first round of tapas platters will be served with iced teas, ginger beer and fruit drinks. The guests will then enjoy a walk around the property as we engage in a talk about eco living in an urban environment, homesteading and permaculture in the township. The second round of tapas platters (main meal) will be served with with a massive, cobb salad to share. Guests will then enjoy local music and learn about the greater vision for our space and our projects and activities that are impacting our environment and encouraging a greener way of life in the township. Our experience will end with an activity of potting a small herb garden, mix your own blend of herbal tea or make a herbal sugar scrub. That is your gift to take home. Before our guests leave we will take a 3 minute walk to Dube Station which has a stunning view of Soweto. The street lights or sun set is magical and worth the walk. This experience will encourage you to take on a green project at home, work or school that can provide organic produce and impact the environment.