Tours in and around Pretoria and
Johannesburg are normally of a half or whole day duration but whether you are
driving yourself or on a personalised tour, you'll begin your journey from the
comfort of our bed and breakfast. Tours to the Pilanesberg or Kruger National
Park, the Panoramic region and the Kwazulu Natal battle fields will require
two, three or even four days.
Gauteng Cultural Tour
This popular tour
takes the visitor to Johannesburg along the early gold seekers route, then into
bustling Soweto to meet the locals and see the homes of our icons, Nelson
Mandela and Desmond Tutu. The tour would include visits to the Regina Mundi
Church, Hector Pieterson Memorial and lunch at a Soweto restaurant/shebeen.
The tour continues in
Pretoria with visits to historic Church Square with its fine architecture, Paul
Kruger House, Union Buildings, the impressive Voortrekker Monument and Fort
Klapperkop with its fine vista over the capital.
Other highlights that may be considered include the following
De Wildt Cheetah Breeding Centre
Cullinan Village and diamond mine
Melrose House – a fine Victorian house where the treaty was signed ending the Anglo Boer War.
In addition some fun activities
that our guests have experienced include Elephant Safaris and Champaigne
Breakfast Balloon Rides. But whatever your purpose in visiting our country,
remember that Edward House offers not only excellent accommodation but is a
great starting point for exploring the most vibrant of South Africa's provinces