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Walk in Mandela's Footsteps

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Although his heart may have hankered for his home village of Qunu in the Eastern Cape, and his physical being was incarcerated for two decades on Robben Island, much of Nelson Mandela's working life took place in Gauteng. Sign up for our Mandela Heritage tour and visit some of the landmarks he knew well.

FULL DAY TOUR : +- 6hrs

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Johannesburg and Pretoria in the City of Tshwane are indelibly linked to Madiba, as South Africans fondly refer to Nelson Mandela. It was in these cities that his path to challenging the apartheid state began, it was here that he stood trial before being sentenced to life imprisonment and it was here that he returned to become the leader of a free country.

Join us as we visit the iconic sites around Gauteng where Nelson Mandela lived and worked:

  • Liliesleaf Farm in Rivonia, the underground meeting place for many of the leaders of the African National Congress and the place where the armed struggle was planned;
  • Constitutional Hill, where the Old Fort, the Number 4 prison block and the Women’s Gaol are reminders of South Africa’s dark past while the Constitutional Court stands as a contrasting beacon of light and hope;
  • Mandela Museum on Vilakazi Street, his former home in Soweto;
  • The Apartheid Museum, which places Madiba’s activism in context, showing the horrors of apartheid;
  • Mandela Foundation, the non-profit organisation he founded focusing on memory, dialogue and legacy work;
  • Mandela Bridge and Nelson Mandela Square, just two city landmarks named after Madiba;
  • Palace of Justice on Church Square in Pretoria, the venue of the Rivonia Trial, where he and nine others stood trial between 1963 and 1964 on charges of sabotage. On 12 June 1964, eight of the men on trial were sentenced to life imprisonment;  
  • Union Buildings, where Madiba returned to be inaugurated as South Africa’s first democratic president in 1994; and
  • The 9m statue of Mandela standing, arms outstretched, just below the Union Buildings.

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Walk in Mandela's Footsteps

Walk in Mandela's Footsteps

Although his heart may have hankered for his home village of Qunu in the Eastern Cape, and his physical being was incarcerated for two decades on Robben Island, much of Nelson Mandela's working life took place in Gauteng. Sign up for our Mandela Heritage tour and visit some of the landmarks he knew well.

FULL DAY TOUR : +- 6hrs

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