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Full Day Tour: A truly Experience In Mandela’s Footsteps

Created with Sketch. Houghton Estate, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Duration

Full Day Tour

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Cancellation

Up to 2 days

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Activity Time

08:00

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Languages

English

Overview

Discover Mandela’s Journey and experiences as an anti-Apartheid militant up to his 27-year prison sentence. Traceback the incredible history of the man who became the first democratically-elected South African president. A truly moving experience!

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Constitution Hill
  • Mandela House (Soweto)
  • Lilieslief Farm

Included/Excluded

  • Inclusions:
  • registered tour guide
  • transport in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • entrance fee to the museum: Mandela Yard, Chancellor House, Constitution Hill, Mandela House (Soweto) and Lillesfleaf Farm.
  • Exclusions:
  • lunch
  • optional visits

Activity's Location

Created with Sketch. Houghton Estate, Johannesburg, South Africa

FAQs

What To Expect
Constitution Hill
Constitution Hill functioned as a prison during apartheid era. It is known for its harsh treatment of prisoners. Criminals and political activists like Mahatma Gandhi in 1906 were held at the prison.
Mandela House (Soweto)
Mandela House is the house where Nelson Mandela lived until he was forced underground in 1961. It is located on the corner of Vilakazi and Ngakane Street. He moved there in 1946. In 1999 it was declared a National Heritage Site.
Mandela Yard (Alexandra)
When Nelson Mandela first came to Johannesburg in 1940 he rented a single room in the Mandela Yard area. In a “Long Walk to Freedom” he described the residence as “no more than a shack, with a dirt floor, no heat, no electricity, no running water. But it was a place of my own and I was happy to have it.”

Lilieslief Farm
The Farm was secretly used by African National Congress activists in the 1960s. It provided a secure location where the underground leadership could meet. Nelson Mandela secretly lived and operated at the Farm under the name of David Motsamayi.

Chancellor House
The Chancellor House is a building that once housed the law firm of Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo. Between 1952 and 1956, Mandela and Tambo had a thriving law practice, trying to help others who were accused of crimes against the state and disobeying the draconian laws of the time. Nowadays it is a national heritage site.
Additional Info
Children under 12 benefit from a -50% discount
General information and conditions of carriage prices, routes, places of interest, destinations, hotels and restaurants are subject to availability and to change
Tour departure and arrival are approximate
German, French, Spanish as well as other foreign language guides are available on request
All tours are subject to minimum number of passengers
All our vehicles are insured substantially for passenger liability
Luggage and personal possessions are carried at your own risk
Please ensure that valuables and travel documents are kept safe at all time
Cancellation Policy
In case of non-presentation on the tours, full cancellation fees will apply.
You can cancel until 48 hours before your tours.
Price And Policy
This activity is for people (1-99) age.
Children under 12 benefit from a -50% discount.
The minimum number of people is 2.
The price for 2 people.
Check the availability calendar to see starting times and offers.
It starts from 56 for children who less than 12
It starts from 112 for people who more than 12
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Organized by

Khaled Musawa

Member Since 2021

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