Our Soweto Alexandra Township Visits have survived the lockdown:
Hi there, this is Cedric, (and wife says Hi), like the rest of the world, the Virus has resulted in a very fragile world.
I have just completed a manuscript, Aborigines Short Stories, and will be promoting in particular, the thread, Systematic Racism, which supplements our past 16 years development.
Our daily Soweto Alexandra Township Visits, plus Africa in Johannesburg visit, once some clarity on opening our borders, will link you to the magic of Africa, off this page.
We remain the preferred travel operator, who refuses to do the “zoo-like” tour, we will ferry you in from Melville, or, for a slight price adjustment, from other parts of Johannesburg.
We have walking routes, from 4km to 7km, your choice, my favourite lunch stop, is the Mutwa’s @ Nancefield Hostel, the closest that you will get to Africa, while in Africa.
Should you be vegetarian, please carry your lunch with you, you are welcome to join the Mutwa community for lunch.
Should you wish to cover as many areas as possible, the local shared taxi will get you there cheaply.
Alexandra is my personal preferred experience, high density, business activities on every street, and once again lunch a the Madlala Mens Hostel.
Walking the Streets and using local transport, allows us to get close to our heritage,
Please do not hesitate to contact me on Safari@tasteofafrica.co.za or WhatsApp text on +27 82 565 2520.
Cedric de la Harpe & Nettie de la Harpe
We have been involved for sixteen years, presently we are involved in the following tow initiatives;
Cedric and Nettie de la Harpe