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Johannesburg / Pretoria

Tours in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria

Half day Soweto



Johannesburg and Soweto


Join us as we board our taxi (minivan) to Soweto on a tour where we will catch a glimpse of the City of Joburg while listening to the story of the City of Gold and that of Soweto, South Africa’s largest township, with over 3.5 million inhabitants.
Our first stop is @ Soccer City - "The Calabash" stadium as its known to the local football fans and host to the finale in the 2010 FIFA tournament. A drive by Soweto Towers where tourist can do a bungy jump from the top of the towers to the restaurant below
From here we continue through the suburbs towards Hector Peterson Museum and memorial site, we walk down Vilakazi Street, passing the homes of Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu 
soaking up the vibrant street sounds 
We drive past the present day house of Mrs Winnie Mandela, a stop at Kliptown Youth Centre where clients do a walk through the shanty town with a local guide - the square where the our constitutions were unveiled in 1951. 
On our way out of Soweto we drive past Chris Hani Barathghana Hospital and Taxi rank

1/2 day Soweto Tour
R 600 pp or R 900 single
Lunch own account
Depart 8 am return 2 pm (entrance fees included)


Apartheids Museum & Soweto


Johannesburg and Soweto


This classic tour gives us the hard facts about Apartheid where it should be - in a Museum - then from there on its off to Soweto, South Africa’s largest township, with over 3.5 million inhabitants.
Not before we stop @ Soccer City - "The Calabash" stadium as its known to the local football fans and host to the finale in the 2010 FIFA tournament.
A quick stop at the iconic Orlando Towers where tourist are doing Bungy jumping down to the restaurant at the base   
We continue through the suburbs towards Hector Peterson Museum and memorial site, walking down Vilakazi Street, passing the homes of Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
We take a slow drive past the present day house of Mrs Winnie Mandela, a quick stop at Kliptown where the our constitutions were unveiled in 1951 and then a visit to Kliptown Youth Centre in the informal settlement (squattercamp) where you will be showed around by a local guide. 

On our way out of Soweto we drive past Chris Hani Barathghana Hospital and Taxi rank

Full day 
R 700 pp or R 900 single
Lunch own account
Depart 8 am return 5 pm (entrance fees included)


Jo'burg Ultimate Tour


Johannesburg and Soweto


Join us as we head out to Johannesburg to start our day with an urban safari on open top Bus, driving past the Mining district, Newtown Precinct, Constitutional Hill and Ghandi Square explaining the history of Johannesburg to you. Then you visit the Apartheid Museum for 2 hours and then a visit the sight and sounds off to Soweto, South Africa’s largest township, with over 3.5 million inhabitants. 
But not before we stop @ Soccer City - "The Calabash" stadium as its known to the local football fans and host to the finale in the 2010 FIFA tournament for a photo session. 
We continue through the suburbs past Winnie Mandela's house, a quick stop @ Hector Peterson Museum and memorial site, Vilakazi Street, past homes of Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu as well as the corner where Hector Peterson was shot.
We will drive past the market place near Baragwana Taxi rank, experiencing the sigts, sounds of Soweto and have great photo opportunities 

Full day 
R 950 pp sharing or R 1 300 single
(Open bus safari, Apartheids Museum and Hector Peterson Museum fees included in price)
Lunch for own account

Depart daily@ 8 am return @ 5 pm 

Pilanesberg Safari


Be surrounded by the diverse African bushveld, home to lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, black and white rhino - Africa's "Big Five".  Spot antelope, giraffe, zebra, hippo, crocodile to mention but a few of the more common African species, as well as abundance of bird life. Excellent opportunities for cameras. This is a great safari day out and a very popular tour.

Full day

R 1 550 pp for full day with 2 closed vehicle game drives (light lunch included)
R 1 950 pp for full day with 1 open 1 close game drive (light lunch included) 

Depart Daily 


Sun City

Sun City and Lost City

Shopping @ Hartebeespoort dam's Art's & Craft markets is a great way to start the day.
Sun City is surprisingly fun filled. Weather you enjoy the rides in the theme park @ Vally of the Waves or try your hand in the Casino you are bound to have more fun than you have had in a long time. 
Full day
R 750 pp or R 1450 single
We depart @ 8 am and return approx 5 pm back @ your Hotel


Lion Park

Rhino and Lion Park

The Lion and Safari Park is a 600 hectare wilderness reserved situated in the Hartebeespoort, Magaliesburg and Cradle of Humankind area. The park offers guests an incredible opportunity to get up close to many of South Africa’s most iconic animals.

Half day
R 700 pp or R 950 single

Daily departure 


Cradle of Humankind & Maropeng

Sterkfontein Caves

Found in the Dolomite hill in the Isaac Stegman Nature Reserve this is the site where Mrs Plea (Plesiantropes Transvalinis) discovered by Dr Broom who once described this as the anthropological house of the world. The Sterkfontein Caves are owned by the University of the Witwatersrand, who's scientists have been responsible for the main excavations of the World Heritage Site. They are credited with many of the world famous discoveries

Full Day
R 850 pp

Daily departure


Cullinan Diamond Mine

The big Hole at Cullinan Diamond Mine

In 1905, one of the greatest events in diamond history took place when an enormous diamond, weighing 3106 carats, was found only a mere 9 m from the surface. It was named after Thomas Cullinan and still remains the largest diamond ever.
Since the discovery of diamond pipes in the world, it was established that the Cullinan Diamond Pipe is the oldest pipe inthe world.
This is the only diamond working mine in the world that allow visitors the opportunity to visit underground operations

Half Day:
Surface Tours:
R 600 pp or R 1 200 single

Full Day:
Under Ground Tours:
R 1 250 pp or R 1 450 single  

Depart Daily        


De Wildt Cheetah & Wild Dog Breeding Project

De Wildt Cheetah Project

De Wildt Centre is worldwide renowned for it’s breeding success of rare and endangered species. The very rare King Cheetah was first bred here and similar success was achieved in breeding Wild Dogs and other endangered animals. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings we watch the Cheethas running, achieving speeds up to 110 km/h
"An awesome trip"

Half day
R 650 pp without run or R 1 400 single
R 700 pp with run or R 1 450 single

Tuesday Thursday Saturday Sunday


Lesedi Cultural Village

Lesedi Cultural Village

Lesedi is a multi-cultural village set amongst the pristine bushveld and rocky hills less than an hour's drive north of Johannesburg. This is a unique opportunity to experience the vibrant and colorful traditions of the Basotho, Ndebele, Pedi, Xhosa and Zulu people.
This experience is set for some of the best African Dances around - and then we sit on for a great Africa feast where we enjoy all the tastes of Africa
Late afternoon / evening program
R 850 pp or R 1 500 single from Pretoria
R 1 050 pp or R 1550 single from Johannesburg 
Price includes 
Transport to and from your Hotel or Guest house  
Visit 5 villages with their unique colours and cultural myths
Traditional sing and dance
African feast with a huge buffet - taste impala, crocodile and other traditional South African foods
optional extra R 200 pp


Pretoria City Tour


The administrative capital of South Africa, also known as “the Jacaranda City” offers an array of visitor attractions and facilities.
We visit the Voortrekker Monument, the impressive Union Buildings, Church Square and drive through some suburbs while listening to the history of this cosmopolitan and Vibrant City

Half day
Price :
R 550 pp Pretoria departure
R 750 pp Joburg departure

Daily departures 


Lion & Rhino Park safari & Wondercaves



Lion in Lion Park

The Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is a privately owned, non-subsidized game reserve, covering approximately 1 200 ha on the typical Highveld of Gauteng. 

White Rhino, Buffalo and various antelope are 

Lions, Cheetah and Wild Dogs are well taken care off in enclosures with scheduled feeding times 

A visit to the animal creche is always a high light and playing with lion cubs something to remember for life.

(Please note that entrance to Wonder caves would be for clients own account)
Full day
R 1050 pp
R 1 700 single
Daily departures


The reserve was founded in 1985 by Ed Hern, a well known stockbroker, with the aim of preserving this beautiful area for private leisure. Prior to this the farm was utilised as a dairy and agricultural produce farm. From a modest beginning of two white rhinos, "Ouvrou" and "Bulle", imported from a zoo in Germany, and some antelope species, the reserve now boasts 600 head of game representing 25 different species. Public demand to visit the reserve became overwhelming and this was met in 1990, coinciding with a name change from "Kiepersol" to "Rhino Park".

Emphasis was also placed on breeding and the success of this project is best illustrated by the fact that no less than 18 white rhino calves have been born at the reserve to date. Increasing the number of species is always hampered by external factors such as climate, habitat, grazing, availability, etc. but the reserve has always strived to reach this goal in order to enhance the entertainment and educational value to the public - many of whom would not otherwise have the opportunity to experience wildlife in this manner due to cost and distance constraints.

For obvious reasons, the rare and dangerous species have a greater attraction value, and this led to the introduction of lions, cheetah and later, the highly endangered Cape wild dog. The latter have formed part of a very successful breeding programme which has, in turn, led to breeding programmes for Bengal tigers, Siberian Tigers and the extremely rare White Lion (one of which was born at the reserve in 1999).


Sterkfontein Caves
Cradle of Humankind

The management of the reserve were still not satisfied and hence the re-introduction of warthog, after a long absence from the Gauteng highveld, was successfully implemented. A natural development was the establishment of a vulture restaurant which caters for the groups of these magnificent birds which live in the nearby Magaliesberg. Through the generosity of the general public and farmers, who donate carcasses to the reserve on a regular basis, this venture has proven highly successful. Often one can view as many as 200 birds feasting at the reserve.


What is included?

  • Transport and Entrance fees to Main Park
  • Playing with the Lion Cubs

What is not included?

  • Soft Drinks and bottled water
  • Lunch
  • Entrance into Caves is for clients own account
Male Lion at Lion Park



Sun City & Pilanesberg Combination

Lost City

Safari in Pilanesberg National Park with a visit to Sun City in the afternoon 
Sun City is an internationally renowned holiday resort that offers a vast array of activities and attractions that will appeal to even the most divergent of tastes.

Full day:
R 1 350 pp sharing
R 2 350 single
(entrance fees and game drive included)

Depart Daily early morning returning early evening


Elephant Interaction


A lot can be said about Elephant Interaction programs. I feel that the Elephants need to be able to roam freely in a natural environment and they need to be happy.
They can eat when they want to and stand in the shade when they wish. The family is still a unit with mother and calf very much part of the program.
I am happy that I found this retreat, come share it with us 

Half day
R 750 per person or R 1 000 single  
No Elephant back safari

Daily Departures 

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