Capital City Tour

Duration:
1 Day
Transport:
Car, Van, Bus
Tour Type:
City Tour
Group size:
Min 5 Max 50
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$165.00

High on a hilltop of the city centre, The Voortrekker Monument is a South African National Heritage Site. Tourist will get to see the wall depicting ox-wagons representing the trek wagons. A cenotaph which reads. “Ons vir jou, Suid Afrika”(We are for you, South Africa)

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Capital City Tour

$165.00

High on a hilltop of the city centre, The Voortrekker Monument is a South African National Heritage Site. Tourist will get to see the wall depicting ox-wagons representing the trek wagons. A cenotaph which reads. “Ons vir jou, Suid Afrika”(We are for you, South Africa)

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Freedom Park Heritage Museum 

The Freedom Park is an undeveloped hill overlying the city of Pretoria. Tourist will get to learn about South African’s national heroes and be able to honour the complex story and its people. A highlight is the Wall of Names, inscribed with the names of all those who lost their lives in South Africa’s major conflicts; an eternal flame and the gallery of Leaders

Fort Klapperkop Heritage Site

Fort Klapperkop was the third fort erected before the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) to protect Pretoria. The Fort never saw active combat and it now a Gauteng Provisional Heritage Site and a South African national monument. Tourist will be able to see exhibitions of Anglo-Boer War objects and furniture.

Union Buildings / Gardens

The Union Buildings commands the highest point of the city on Meintjieskop Hill near the Church Square. It is the South Africa’s national government and also house the office of the president. Pretoria #government is housed in the Union Buildings, built in the 1900’s.

Voortrekker Monument 

High on a hilltop of the city centre, The Voortrekker Monument is a South African National Heritage Site. Tourist will get to see the wall depicting ox-wagons representing the trek wagons. A cenotaph which reads. “Ons vir jou, Suid Afrika”(We are for you, South Africa).....

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Freedom Park Heritage Museum 

The Freedom Park is an undeveloped hill overlying the city of Pretoria. Tourist will get to learn about South African’s national heroes and be able to honour the complex story and its people. A highlight is the Wall of Names, inscribed with the names of all those who lost their lives in South Africa’s major conflicts; an eternal flame and the gallery of Leaders

Fort Klapperkop Heritage Site

Fort Klapperkop was the third fort erected before the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) to protect Pretoria. The Fort never saw active combat and it now a Gauteng Provisional Heritage Site and a South African national monument. Tourist will be able to see exhibitions of Anglo-Boer War objects and furniture.

Union Buildings / Gardens

The Union Buildings commands the highest point of the city on Meintjieskop Hill near the Church Square. It is the South Africa’s national government and also house the office of the president. Pretoria #government is housed in the Union Buildings, built in the 1900’s.

Voortrekker Monument 

High on a hilltop of the city centre, The Voortrekker Monument is a South African National Heritage Site. Tourist will get to see the wall depicting ox-wagons representing the trek wagons. A cenotaph which reads. “Ons vir jou, Suid Afrika”(We are for you, South Africa)…..

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