Johannesburg

Itinerary Planning: transport & accommodation

Multi day itineraries from Cape Town to Joburg. 

Schools & Universities

Tailor made for specific courses and needs. We have catered and hosted high school students through to MBA students. 

Special groups

Corporates, families, special events, bachelors, hens, parties

Social impact,

 volunteering & internships

Support or engage with our select projects involved with urban farms, animal welfare and human rights.

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Rediscover Johannesburg tour

This Rediscover Johannesburg tour is for friends and family looking to see their city through a unique perspective and fresh new mind set. After seeing these unknown and secret neighbourhoods, you will feel proudly South African! We take you across the sprawling inner-city showcasing areas that you've never been. 

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Johannesburg nightlife experience

For open minded night-owls looking for something  adventurous. Enjoy the nightlife of Johannesburg at various bars and clubs across 5 areas. Everyone is welcome!

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Taste of Africa: 
Johannesburg food tour

Johannesburg's inner-city, “United States of Africa”, will offer you an experience that will challenge your perceptions and delight your taste buds. Ultimately we want to give you a brush and blank canvas to paint a new picture of the city through your own eyes, and prove you don’t need have to travel thousands of kilometers around the African continent to get a taste of Africa.

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Johannesburg Art Markets:
Victoria Yard & Makers Valley neighbourhood

This Johannesburg art tour aims to shine light not only on the artists but also the range of different businesses encompassed by the valley and the rich history associated with it.

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The Organic Experience

We take you on an inspirational journey through Bertrams. A melting pot of regeneration and upliftment of old and unused spaces turned into eco-friendly spaces, co-working spaces, and urban farming. We bring you back to the basics of connecting with the earth and growing your own food. 

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Johannesburg neighbourhoods by bike:
Hillbrow, Berea & Yeoville

Cycle through the inner city and see all the good happening in Joburg. Enjoy some light exercise, pick up some new facts, see parts of the town you've never seen before, and visit familiar places with a completely new perspective. And while you're at it, meet new people. Let us help you discover new ways of appreciating the world we live in!

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Mabonang Skating Tour

Explore Johannesburg on Skateboard like a real inner-city citizen, This experience will not only teach you how to skate but also will provide you with a deeper sense of understanding on how to navigate the inner city of Johannesburg.

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Sandton Opulent Experience

The Sandton opulent experience is a little taste of the soft life, we get around the richest square mile in Africa, check out some green buildings and find out about the fortune 500’s that occupy them, and hear a little history of how this opulence came to exist.

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Johannesburg E-scooter Experience

Explore Johannesburg on our E-scooters experience to cover more neighborhoods and space in the city.

This experience has three set routes but you can also build or choose one of our existing experiences to do it on an E-scooter.

Routes:

- Braamfontein & Newtown

- Yeoville Berea & Hillbrow

- Troyeville, Mabonang, Bezvalley

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Soweto Experience 

An introduction to Soweto, the history .

 

The history about Villakazi Street and the Nobel Prize winner that lived there.

A Taste of the Soweto favourite lunch snack “Kota” 

A taste of Shisa nyama the sowetan style.

A walk through Vilakazi street

 

Sunset drinks at Native rebels. 

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Welcome to Hillbrow 

It was laid out as a residential suburb during 1894 and 1895, with Richard Currie auctioning the stands. In 1897 it became part of Johannesburg's Sanitary Board. After World War Two, developers started purchasing the stands at values beyond their worth and eventually turned it into blocks of flats.