Only on Thursdays

Duration 4 hrs tours
Distance 1h 2 min (40,9 km)
Availability Everyday. 09h00-15:00
Pick-up Time 08:00 am
Tour Basis From 10 – 65 years , No Concern for Major Injuries
Meals Included Yes - Lunch
Drinks on road Yes - soft drinks

Number of People
R 1 224
2 R 1 874
3 R 2 524
4 R 2 944
5 R 3 823
6 R 4 473
R 5 583
8 R 6 233
9 R 6 882
10 R 7 532
11 R 8 182
12 R 8 832






Our drivers will have the name & number of the travellers,

The drivers are to make sure that by the said time all pax are seated in the vehicle.

Soft drink will be served in the vehicle, our tour guide will then begin with guides, please feel free to ask any question.



Please note that entrance fee is included on the tours.



They can be a need to jump off the vehicle while we are registering for walk or drive tours, where we park is closer to the toilet and we will give 5 minutes for every traveller to visit the toilets. 

It is important to contain our togetherness and not be out of the group because we need all of us to be in control so as to keep time to all the places we deemed to visit , Please note that the rules & regulation are to be adhered to at all the time . if need be there will be protective clothes provided before embarking on the journey .




















A professional guide will take you on a memorable and enlightening +/-70 minute tour of FNB Stadium, the iconic and globally renowned 94 000-seater stadium formerly known as Soccer City.

A not-to-be-missed visit to areas otherwise not accessible to the general public, scale models of the Nasrec precinct and video viewings in a cinema-style auditorium about the design, architecture and construction of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa ™ host venue.

You’re then transported back in time to the journey made by thousands of foreign and local visitors during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa ™.

Making your tour a tad more surreal is the visit to the pitch level, players tunnel, change rooms, warm-up areas and mixed zone areas graced by football and rugby’s biggest superstars.

The journey continues through to the VVIP/VIP areas, suites and private suites where the biggest names in sports administration and politics and international celebrities were entertaining and socialising during these mega events.

The tour ends with a visit to the operations centre, upper concourses, upper seated level and ramps leading to the Stadium restaurant. These state of the art facilities will leave you breathless and is a must see for any visitor.

There are various photo and video opportunities allowed at different locations on the tour. Individual viewing and unguided tours are however not allowed.

We then drive past Orlando Towers which is now the landmark of Soweto. Drive past Orlando shanty town (Mkhukhu) and see poverty at close quarters before heading to Orlando West and see Winnie Mandela House

Make a stop at the site where 13-year-old boy Hector Pieterson was shot and killed by the police on 16 June 1976

Hector Pieterson Museum Tour

Here we visit this fascinating museum, which is the state of the art multimedia center depicting scenes leading up to the students uprising of 1976 and the eventual transition to democracy in South Africa

Mandela House Museum Tour

We stop for a tour at this newly revamped Mandela house which is filled with many interesting memorabilia pertaining to the South African liberation icon.Take a walk down Vilakazi Street to see Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s house. Vilakazi Street is the only street in the world that has produced two Nobel Peace Prize winners (Nelson Mandela & Desmond Tutu)

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