Thu, 03/18/2010 - 18:50
South Africa welcomes you to an interesting experience of true South African culture of friendliness and reconciliation.Please join African Timeout on a tour of a lifetime , if it is a short half day tour, or a extended South African tour, you will leave filled with enjoyment and understanding for a place you have only wondered about.
African Timeout will tailor-make a tour to suit your itinerary and budget so please feel free to send your ideas
Mon, 03/08/2010 - 18:22
All Daytours are based from Johannesburg and Pretoria and African Timeout will collect you from your place of residence and return you on completion. Vehicles to suit will be used for your transport.
You may now book direct from the website when browsing the tours ,
- Click the "Book this tour" link at the bottom of the page,or click
- Complete the online booking form as complete as possible.
- A confirmation email will be sent to your address to confirm the legitimacy of your email.
- Please click the link in the email received.
Wed, 03/06/2013 - 16:59
Johannesburg does not have Table Moutain , but we have a mountain and we do have a cable-way, and the views are spectacular.
This tour is an add-on to any of the tours listed below.
If you have a full day and there is some spare time add this excursion to your tour
The original cableway was constructed in 1973, using materials supplied by Swiss manufacturing company GMD Müller.
Over the decades, the cableway entertained countless visitors from around the world, giving them a bird's-eye view of the Hartbeespoort Dam and surrounds. Apart from delighting visitors with thrilling cable car rides, the cableway also became a popular paragliding destination.Book this Tour
Wed, 04/06/2011 - 12:37
Soweto, City Within a City .Travel to Soweto, a sprawling metropolis, one of the most famous settlements in Africa where the history of South Africa was written on the streets, in the schools and the shebeens.
This diverse and patriotic community led the war for justice and freedom during the late 1970's.
Today Soweto is a living monument of the history of political struggle along with the hopes and aspirations of a dynamic and multicultural community facing the challenges of transformations.