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Bela-Bela Township Historic Tour

Bela-Bela Township Historic Tour
Bela-Bela Township Historic Tour

The tour provides travellers with authentic South African township experiences and vibes. During the tour travellers get to experience three modes of transportation namely; walking, taxi ride and donkey cart ride all in one.

NB:The term Township in South Africa refers to areas of predominantly black occupation, formerly officially designated for black occupation by apartheid legislation.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Buyskop Lodge, R101, Bela-Bela, 0480, South Africa

-Visit the government building where the township locals used to gather to watch TV when no one in the whole township owned a TV.
-Get to see the paraffin pump that provided the whole township with light and cooking energy when there was no electricity in the area.
-Take a taxi ride to hear about South Africa’s political icons who were born in the township and see where they lived.
-See the mountain that produced sandstone used to build a portion of the Union Buildings in Pretoria
-Hear about Mama Winnie Mandela’s visit to the township in 1986 and see the place she visited.
-Hear about the late Minister of Environmental Affairs (Edna Molewa) and see where she lived.
-Hear about the Deputy Minister of Communications (Pinky Kekana) and see where she lived.
-Visit Mama Setati’s home for some home brewed African pineapple beer.
-See the first local shop to be established in township.
-See the first creche to be established in the township.
-See the first bar to be established in the township.
-See President Jacob Zuma’s informal settlement.
-Pass through President Nelson Mandela Village
-See the first RDP houses to be built after 1994.
-Get an opportunity to play indigenous games.
-Experience the magic of cultural dancers.
-Taste a delicious kasi (locally) cooked meal.
-Take a ride on the white-leather seats donkey cart.
-Interact with people as they go about their daily lives.
-New Developments and many more.

Duration: 2 hours

Duration:2 hours
Commences in:Bela-Bela, South Africa
Country:South Africa

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