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Johannesburg Tour

This drive by tour gives you a glimpse of the material differences in the cosmopolitan area of Johannesburg. (Also known as ‘Egoli’ – place of gold).
We drive through the affluent northern suburbs of Sandton, Houghton and Parktown, to the hustle and bustle of Hillbrow, home to African immigrants from all over the continent.
In the City centre, from the viewing deck on the 50th floor of the Carlton Centre, we get a spectacular panoramic view of Johannesburg. Time permitting, we stop at Constitution Hill (closed on Saturday afternoons & Sundays), the new home of the Constitutional Court of South Africa and/or the Museum Africa (closed on Mondays) in the Newtown Cultural Precinct, where various exhibits tell the fascinating story of Johannesburg.
We travel across the Nelson Mandela Bridge to the business district of Braamfontein, the University of the Witwatersrand, Fordsburg with its Oriental Plaza and Mosque and along the elevated M1 or M2 motorways which provide spectacular views of the Johannesburg skyline.

Highlights

• Sandton and Santon City
• Houghton and Parktown
• Hillbrow and the Carlton Centre
• Constitution Hill
• The Constitutional Court fo South Africa
• The Africa Museium
• Newtown Cultural Precinct
• Nelson Mandela Bridge
• Braamfontein and Wits University
• Fordsburg and The Oriental Plaza & Mosque

The Tour at a Glance

Johannesburg Tour-
One of the highlights!

Houghton is an extremely wealthy suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. In fact, one of the most famous current residents of Houghton is Nelson Mandela, who owns a home there.
Besides Nelson Mandela’s home, upper Houghton contains many buildings and houses of historical value to Johannesburg. Taking a trip visiting these sites is intriguing and not to be missed. One of these buildings includes the King Edwards VII School for Boys which is located just off of the Munro Drive. This exquisite school boasts a long cultural and historical heritage and is over 100 years old!