SOWETO BICYCLE TOUR
2 hours and 4 hours Soweto bicycle tour packages are available.
The 2 hours cycling takes about 5 hours including travelling time.4 hours Cycling takes about 8 hours including travelling time.
The 2 hour cycling starts at 10h00 in the morning and the afternoon 2 hour cycling is at 13h00.
The 4 hour cycling is available at 10:00am. You can combine Soweto with Apartheid museum for a full day expirience.
*Return transportation to the bicycle venue, in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle
Lunch is served at the Outdoor restaurant, with seating in the community park. The meal is a delicious African stew cooked the traditional way – over the fire.
Both the 2 hours and 4 hours tour includes lunch which is served after the tour – 10am slot – an before the tour – 1pm slot
* Drink for lunch
* Drinks are available on own account
Pick up points:
We pick up from your hotel, guest house, lodge, and work place, around Johannesburg, Johannesburg Central, South, North and North West, in Sandton, Rosebank, Fourways , Melrose Arch, Illovo, Randburg, Roodepoort, Edenvale, Bedfordview, Kempton Park, Boksburg, Alberton, Midrand, Centurion, Pretoria, Rosebank Gautrain Station, OR Tambo International airport including accommodations around the area
Pick up times: Daily as arranged
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Minimum: 2 People
This number can be reached from more than one source.
Check availability if you are a single traveller at least 2 days before the day of the tour
Soweto Bicycle Tour Details
You do this entertaining adventure around the streets of Soweto, and get to know the different communities and their history. Local guides will take you around.
This tour gives you insight about Soweto's many different faces, the Soweto uprisings and the resistance against Apartheid. You will also see and learn how the communities have changed and developed to what it is today. You also cycle through the Historical Land-marks of the 1976 uprisings, and visit the Memorial and Museum site of Hector Pieterson, Mandela House and Arch Bishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's house. We visit the famous Vilakazi Street.
What to bring
* Comfortable shoes
* Extra sweater or rain jacket for rainy days
* In winter (May - September): A couple of layers with a jacket or jersey (Pliable) as winter mornings starts of quite cold but as the day goes the weather usually warms up
* Sun block
* Water bottle - You can buy water at the venue.
* Pocket money for additional snacks on the road or souvenirs at the market
* Optional - Donation: Some tours will stop at a Pre-school or NGO; you can if you want donate a small amount of money, toys or educational material.
* Light to moderate fitness, people of all ages are suited for these tours.
* No tour is cycling for the duration of the tour as there are many stops included.
* A few hills here and there are to be expected