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Our most recommended Johannesburg Dinner Package

  • Yeoville: Taste of Africa Food Experience

    1. Yeoville: Taste of Africa Food Experience

    The Taste of Africa experience allows you to sample the best flavors of the continent with no visa requirements or expensive flights. Explore local restaurants and sample traditional Ghanaian and Nigerian dishes while learning about the ingredients and techniques that make this cuisine so special.  Meet the local guide at Windybrow Art Centre, a family mansion turned theatre that has stood the test of time. From Windybrow, hop in a minibus taxi and venture into Yeoville, stopping first at Malalahitoka for traditional Ghanaian Wat, Kifto, and Injera. Next, sample Ghanaian Pondu and Kwanga at Kin Malabo before heading "West" for Nigerian Akara and Killshi at Mama Osu. Check out Baskim, which offers a mixture of African foods such as Konkonte and Ampesie. This will include a walk through the Yeoville food market where you can purchase the fruit and vegetables you have seen in some of the ...

  • Johannesburg: Pen-African Cooking & Dinning Experience

    2. Johannesburg: Pen-African Cooking & Dinning Experience

    Embark on a pan-African cooking experience. Journey through different African cuisines with a well-known local chef.

    Enjoy a cooking and dining experience with a food healer and well-known pan-African chef. Learn how to make your own delicious African meals, and understand their ingredients.

    While Africa is 54 countries, you will also focus in-depth on one area in the hands of a special guest chef. Discover one country's famous meal and how it was derived. You'll also discuss nutrition, healthy eating, and veganism as part of your experience.

  • Johannesburg and Soweto Night Tour

    3. Johannesburg and Soweto Night Tour

    Discover the city center of Johannesburg with its geometrical designs and high skyscrapers. Drive past the historic buildings of downtown and experience a view of the cities nightlife. Stop at Maboneng Precinct, the coolest neighborhood in Johannesburg. With a mix of restaurants, coffee shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, and retail and studio spaces, the precinct draws the inner-city public as well as the chic, art-going crowd of the city’s suburbs. Explore the well-known attraction sites such as the Mandela House Museum, Soccer City stadium (FNB Stadium), the Hector Pieterson Museum and the Orlando towers. Stop for a brewery tour in a local beer and lager garden where you will get a chance to taste South African brewed beers. End your evening dining in the famous Vilakazi street at a well-known local restaurant for a traditional meal, followed by a drop-off back at the hotel.

    Vincent was a very informative guide and it was very interesting to see different aspects of life in Pretoria/Johannesburg/Soweto. I learnt many things including that Soweto not a name but initials for an area created by a white majority for the blacks to live.

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What people are saying about Johannesburg

It was our first day in Jburg and James was our tourguide. It was everything we expected and even more. He knows everything about Johannesburg & Soweto and told us the best stories. We LOVED this tour and had many laughs. Dinner at Soweto was a buffet, but really good food. Perfect first day, 100% recommended! Thanks James!

Great experience with James and his colleague who helped us to discovery the culture and Africa cooking.We were not afraid because our guides took care of our safety very well whenever we went in our night tour in Johannesburg.Great and friendly James...Bravissimo

Vincent was a very informative guide and it was very interesting to see different aspects of life in Pretoria/Johannesburg/Soweto. I learnt many things including that Soweto not a name but initials for an area created by a white majority for the blacks to live.

Vincent showed us places that we would never have seen on our own. He was very well informed about all facts like history, politics and country and people. We felt very safe with him all the time!

Highly recommended, the guide, Vincent, very attentive and explaining with interest the entire history of South Africa and the places we visited.