So the idea of a walk around the CBD sounds great, right? But I’m sure you have some niggling questions about how exactly this goes down. Let us try answer them here.
How big are the tour groups?
The tours will operate in intimate groups of five to fourteen. If however you want to book a private tour (or a larger tour) just contact us and we will try and make a plan
Who Will be our tour guide and is it safe?
The tour guides are selected from a group of art and architecture students from local universities who share our passion (and knowledge) of the CBD and its buildings as well as local poets and photographers
In terms of safety, our guides are locals and we only visit those areas which we believe to be safe. And worth seeing!
Good question. There are plenty of other ways to explore. But, our tours have been designed by people who live, eat and work in the Inner City. Our guides are the same. We all share the same passion & knowledge for JHB. And we have exciting plans for future tours that are fun, engaging and innovative. We believe in collaboration and will constantly try and bring you guest guides to provide fresh perspectives. Stay tuned
One of the members in my party is disabled – do you cater for wheelchairs?
Our tours are wheelchair friendly. However, the BRT buses only permit one wheelchair per bus. So book early to secure a spot
I would really like to book a tour, how do I do that?
Use our booking page or our contact form if you have any questions
Awesome, when do you have these tours?
The Art & Justice Tour
Advance bookings only. Meet at Arts on Main (outside Canteen)
The Inner City Urban Hiking Tour
Tours run every Mondays until Saturday . Meet at cnr Fox & Kruger street (INFORMOTION STATION)9h30
Picnics in the Sky
Tours run only every Sunday. Booking essential. Meet at the Market (Canteen) at 11:00
Maboneng Precinct Tour
Tours run Tuesday-Fridays.
Check Facebook and Twitter for details about the Maboneng Tour & recent updates
Click here for our monthly tour schedule
How much cash do I have to part with?
The Art & Justice and Inner City Tours cost R200 per person and Picnics in the Sky costs R180 a person and an additional R90 for each child between 5years and 16years (remember with Picnics in the Sky you get a picnic basket with staple items) |The Maboneng Tour is R350 for a full day’s excursion and only R150 excluding film + lunch|
I’m a tourist, what is this going to cost in my currency?
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How do we find you?
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