• Mosikare Tours offers unique experience Soweto half day tour when you have a limited time in Johannesburg but want to do and see a lot about the culture and lifestyle of the people of Soweto in a short space of time.
  • On this Soweto half day tour, we cater for individuals, Corporate South Africa as well international and local leisure groups.
  • At the end of this popular and unique tour you will have seen the good, the bad and not so good faces of Soweto.

R950.00 per person


3 people to start the tour. 1 or 2 people can enquire to join an existing tour.

Pick Up time:
9h30 am

Please note that we can arrange a special pick-up time on request.

Drop-off time:

Duration: 4 hours

We pick up from hotels, guest-houses, lodges, private houses, and workplaces around Johannesburg.

Please note that some pick-up areas may carry an extra once-off pick-up and drop-off fee


  • Entrance fee to Mandela house museum.
  • Entrance fee to Hector Peterson Museum.
  • Services of a qualified tour guide/s.
  • Pick up and drop off.


  • Drinks

  • Snacks

  • Personal Purchases

  • Gratuities


1st Stop

Meet your experienced, friendly and qualified Soweto tour guide.

2nd Stop

We make our first stop at the Soccer City Stadium.

3rd Stop

Enter Soweto via Diepkloof Extension which is the upmarket and the jewel of Soweto.

4th Stop

We then drive past the Baragwanath Hospital, which is the biggest Hospital in the Southern Hemisphere.

5th Stop

Drive past Orlando Towers, which is the iconic landmark of Soweto.

6th Stop

Our next stop is Kliptown informal settlement (shanty town). At this location you will be taken on a guided tour of the settlement by a local site guide. The guided tour will show you the harsh realities of poverty and it is an eye opening experience. A true reflection of the unfortunate circumstance of informal dwelling.

7th Stop

The tour then continues to Orlando West and enter through Vilakazi Street. This is a world renowned street that has housed two Noble Peace prize winners namely Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.

8th Stop

We stop for a fully guided tour of the Mandela house museum. The house is revamped and is filled with artefacts and memorabilia pertaining to the South African liberation icons (Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela)

9th Stop

We make our next brief stop at the site where Hector Peterson was shot and killed by the police during the 1976 students uprising.

10th Stop

The trip continues to our last stop at Hector Peterson precinct. This is the site where the whole story about the 1976 student uprising is told. The Hector Pieterson museum is fascinating and has the state of art multimedia centre depicting scenes leading to the students uprising which changed the political landscape of the South African history.

11th Stop

Depart Soweto. The individual or group return back having experienced the Soweto township life in its many forms.