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Apartheid Museum And Soweto Tour

The Apartheid Museum is a complex in Johannesburg, dedicated to illustrating apartheid and the 20th centuries history of South Africa. It also focuses on the oppressive system of racial discrimination and segregation that once dominated the lives of South Africans.

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Lesedi Cultural Village Tour

Lesedi is a showcase of the traditional cultures of some of the well-known African tribes who have their homes in South Africa. You will be welcomed with a welcome drink and with traditional song and dance.

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Cullinan Diamond Mine Tour

The Cullinan Diamond, at 3 106,76 carat, is the largest non-carbonados and largest gem quality diamond ever found. The tour is an above ground tour and consists of an introduction DVD of Cullinan and the mine, a guided tour of the mine ground and a replica of a mine shaft.

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Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary is about one hours drive from Pretoria and Johannesburg. The Bush Baby Monkey Sanctuary primates, such as squirrel, spider and capuchin monkeys, are given a new lease of life at the Sanctuary. Guests leave this sanctuary with the understanding that monkeys do not make good pets, and they are better suited to a natural, free-living environment.

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Lion Park Tour

The Lion Park is a small wildlife conservation enclosure in Muldersdrift near Pretoria and Johannesburg. At the Lion Park sightings is guaranteed of magnificant lions. But the lions are not the only attraction. There are also giraffe feeding stations and a change to play with the lion cubs.

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Beer Brewery And Johannesburg Tour

The SAB World of Beer includes a tour that has been developed and perfected to give visitors insight into the history and culture of beer from its ancient origins, to its African heritage, its European ancestry, and its role in South Africa’s story, past, present and future

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The Soweto Tour

Visit the Hector Pieterson Museum and Memorial with the focus on the 1976 student uprising. We also proceed past the colourful Orlando Towers, the most recognisable landmarks in Soweto. Visit Vilikazi Street and Mandela Visitors Centre, the home of Nelson Mandela.