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Joburg's Best Inner City Walking Tours

Joburg's Best Inner City Walking Tours

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Get off the couch and get on your walking shoes, because the inner city awaits you! Here are some of Joburg's best inner city walking tours to get you up and about.  inner city walking tours


Have you always wanted to explore the quirky underbelly of Johannesburg? Joburg360 offers tours of Joburg's historic Marshalltown, Braamfontein and Newtown areas. Over the past year they've worked tirelessly to reboot their inner city walking tours, offering family groups of up to six people tours on all days of the week. Their special rate for the remainder of 2022 is R350 per person, with a minimum charge of R2000 in total, which is an absolute steal in our opinion. Book your inner city tour as soon as possible to avoid missing out! You can also keep up to date with their adventures on Facebook.

Details: (Tel) +27 82 880 1820 | [email protected]

Micro-Adventure Tours

If the global pandemic has taught us anything, it's to live life to its absolute fullest. Let Micro-Adventure Tours help you along the way by joining one of their insightful and interactive inner city walking or cycle tours. Biking through the city really opens your eyes to its historic wonders and unique gems. But don't fret if you aren't a regular cyclist or are a little out of shape, the tour starts with a coffee run at Foakes Coffee Roastery at Victoria Yards. Book a private family tour and get the whole brood out and about in the city. Follow Micro-Adventure Tours on Facebook to keep up to date with their tour offerings and activities.

Details: (Tel) 083 772 4678 | [email protected]

Eenblond Tours

Eenblond Tours knows just how hungry walking through the city can make a person. That's why their most popular tour involves a whole lot of snacking along the way. Join them for their Fordsburg Street Art and Street Food tour to enjoy the myriad of sights, sounds and flavours that this iconic corner of Jozi has to offer. You'll be taken on a gentle stroll from the City Lodge Hotel in Newtown into historic Fordsburg to sample an array of Bangladeshi, Syrian, Pakistani, and African dishes. The tour caters for groups of up to 25 people so bring all your foodie friends along. Follow Eenblond Tours on Facebook to keep up to date with their tour offerings and events.

Details: (Tel) +27 82 472 6414 | [email protected]

Dlala Nje Inner City tours 

Dlala Nje has been changing minds and changing hearts since 2012. Their walking tours take Joburg natives and tourists alike through some of the most notorious areas of downtown Johannesburg, showing them the beauty and exuberance of the people living there rather than focusing on the crime or degradation in the area. Dlala Nje is back in full swing, offering avid city explorers the chance to see their beloved city in a whole new light. Put on your takkies and get ready to walk through the bustling streets of Yeoville and Hillbrow. If you're looking for a real uphill challenge, join DlalaNje for their Ponte City Tour. You'll be treated to refreshments on the 51st floor, as well as the opportunity to bask in some of the best views of the Joburg skyline. You can find out more about the tour on their website or Facebook page.

Details: (Tel) +27 (67) 082 8168 | [email protected]

inner city walking tours


JoburgPlaces hosts some of our favourite inner city walking tours, storytelling experiences and group dinners. Take a trip into historic Marshalltown to discover the city's diverse roots, explore the fascinating Fashion District and Little Addis, or soak up Joburg's jazz culture in Newtown. Guided by chief storyteller and guide, Charlie Moyo, you are sure to have an exhilarating experience. Keep up to date with their offerings on their Facebook page.

Details: (Tel) 082 894 5216 | [email protected]

Do you know of any other awesome inner city walking tours? Let us know about them in the comments below! 


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