Join me for the next round of  Johannesburg Walking Tours and really get to know your city.

So over the past month I’ve been getting a few queries a day asking when my next walks were, but I’ve been so incredibly busy I haven’t had a chance to organise any.

BUT, you’re in luck, I’ve booked dates for the nest 3 walks till the end of March so you can book in advance if you would like to join. Each month I will be posting dates for the next two months with different activities so keep an eye on my site for more details.

To read more about the tours and to check out some beautiful photos click here.

Saturday February 28th: Johannesburg Markets Walking tour. 9.30AM – 1.30AM – R250pp

Visit three of Joburg’s favourite markets. Let’s meet at 70 Juta street (POST coffee shop) at 9.30 AM and have some breakfast and a drink at Neighbourgoods Market then let’s take a stroll over Nelson Mandela Bridge into New Town, through old China Town (there will be shopping), and on to The Sheds. From The Sheds we will walk through the Mining district and on to the Rissik Street market and and Ernest Oppenheimer park.

The walk is limited to 30 people so get booking. Email shesaidsa@gmail.com to book your spot.

Saturday March 14th : Johanesburg Historical Walking Tour. 8.30AM – 10.30AM – R150 pp

Let’s meet at 70 Juta street (POST coffee shop) at 8.30AM. If you are still a little uncertain about discovering Joburg on your own, this walk is a great way to take Joburg in. We will walk through Newtown, the original China Town, Ferreirasdorp, Ghandi Square, the Mining District and so much more.

The walk is limited to 30 people so get booking. Email shesaidsa@gmail.com to book your spot.

Saturday March 28th: Johannesburg Markets Walking tour. 9.30AM – 1.30AM – R250pp

Visit three of Joburg’s favourite markets. Let’s meet at 70 Juta street (POST coffee shop) at 9.30 AM and have some breakfast and a drink at Neighbourgoods Market then let’s take a stroll over Nelson Mandela Bridge into New Town, through old China Town (there will be shopping), and on to The Sheds. From The Sheds we will walk through the Mining district and on to the Rissik Street market and Ernest Oppenheimer park.

The walk is limited to 30 people so get booking. Email shesaidsa@gmail.com to book your spot.