Take to the streets with a tour of the city with a uniquely street culture twist. We’ll head out on skateboards to trace the origins and early history of Joburg, focussing on areas like Marshalltown, Ferreirasdrop and Newtown. It kicks off from Curiocity HQ and we’ll start off with a short skate lesson for newbies.
Maboneng Precinct Old Post Office City Hall Beyers Naude Square Library Gardens Corner House Permanent Building Standard Bank Building Consolidated Building Rand Club Building Mary Fitzgerald Square Museum Africa History of Newtown Graffiti
NB! Includes Skate Lesson for First-Timers!
Why walk, cycle or drive when you can skate instead…it’s as fun as it looks and not as hard as you think!
Each tour starts with a skate lesson and comes with skateboards and safety gear too!
A fun way to question and understand everything you’ve ever heard about Johannesburg!
Learn about the rich history of the city and how the younger generation are slowly changing the narrative of its future!
History, story telling, iconic buildings, friendly people and interesting anecdotes about our own experiences in the city!
If you’re really nervous, no worries…this tour is also available as a walking option!
The best way to understand why Johannesburg is the way it is today!
About your host
Dubbed the Minister of Tourism in the Maboneng Precinct, Bheki Dube is the force behind Curiocity Hostels and Main Street Walks.
Zuri Destination (ZD), is a South African professional destination marketing company (DMC), headquartered in Johannesburg. ZD is an expert in Destination Events, Destination Weddings, and Incentive programmes. The company trades in the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Events (MICE
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