“Your Gateway to South African culture and its people.” A once-in-a-lifetime cultural encounter!
Atamela Tours offers guided tours of Johannesburg that are:
- Tailor-made, personal and flexible
- Will give you direct contact to the people and culture of South Africa
- Visit to a church, kindergarten, African Market etc.
- Johannesburg and Soweto Tourist Attractions
- Experience Art and people of Soweto
Select one of our Custom Tours. Experience the true South Africa!
Fully fluent German tour guide!
We had a fantastic day touring Soweto with Thuli. Brilliant!!!
We only had half a day before catching our flight but really wanted to see Soweto and Thuli was the perfect guide. She kept all of us (including a 16 and 18 year old) really interested with all the history, stories and culture and kept us completely on schedule. We felt completely safe in her hands and knew we were getting access to places we just wouldn’t know about without her. It was a completely bespoke and personal service and really made our holiday. We’ll be coming back for a more extensive tour when we’re next in Jo’burg.
My boyfriend and I spent one day with Thuli which was the perfect start to get to know Johannesburg and its people. We combined the Contrast Tour with the Johannesburg and Soweto Tour. The visits of the different parts of the city (e.g. Sandton, Melville, Alexandra, the Apartheid Museum, Soweto etc.) help us now to better understand Johannesburg and its history. We are already planning on flying back to Johannesburg – especially to feel the warm-hearted and welcoming atmosphere again!
Thank you, Thuli, for making our Johannesburg-Soweto trip one of our great memories! We had a mixed group, which included our two teenage children, our daughter’s exchange student friend from Germany and 2 business friends. A true mix of cultures. All of us, from me growing up in Johannesburg, to our European guest and a girl that comes from a village in the Freestate, learnt something new and intetesting. We loved the vibe at the art markets in Maboneng and the old history of inner Jo’burg. Having drinks in Soweto at a Shabeen was fun, and the meal at Vilekazi Restaurant was excellent. En experience highly recommended for all.