Lace up your walking shoes and get ready to see a side of the city that usually only the locals do. We’ll start out at Curiocity before heading to the Kwa Mai Mai Traditional Healers Market, the Collector’s Treasury (the largest second hand bookstore in Africa), the Carlton Centre (the tallest building in Africa), Chancellor house (where Madela and Tambo set up their law practice) and finish off at Little Addis (Joburg’s Ethiopian Quarter).
Great experience. The tour guide, Tshepo, offered great insight into the history and culture of the ... - Linda Givetash.
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Great experience. The tour guide, Tshepo, offered great insight into the history and culture of the city. He was a wealth of information.
I loved the tour! Thanks Ayanda! Showed me a different part of Jo'burg and let my love and hope for this fascinating city grow even more. If I only had the time I'd come back in an instance to hang out in Maboneng and to discover the Kwa Mai Mai market! Thanks a lot! Wish you all the best and lots of tourists to keep your business going during those difficult times!
Well, this was my second visit to Johannesburg and my second walk with Curiocity. I figured in a city like Jozi there's always going to be something new. I enjoyed it, certainly. If you can do the Saturday tour that's the one to go for, in my opinion - if the big food market is open.
The tour was fascinating. Walking through inner city places and streets which are not safe for us to go there alone was great. The guide was excellent. I recommend it to every visitor who wants to understand better daily life in Joburg. Just one thing: The tour started at 11 instead of 10, so it was shorter than promised. Pity. Thank you very much!