Treat someone to a tour

Share what Joburg has to offer with a friend/family member. They may then join one of our planned walking tours to see some of the city’s hidden gems.

This voucher lets the recipient/s choose which walk they would like to do within the group that was selected for them.

One voucher per person. Must book prior to coming on a walk. This voucher is valid for scheduled tours. For private tours contact

  • Walking Tour in Newtown, Braamfontein or Maboneng
  • Walking tour at Constitution Hill

Available Tours

Newtown walk


This walking tour traces the history of Newtown from brickmaking and markets to its influence in music and the arts – and now its urban regeneration. 

Braamfontein Walk


Braamfontein is home to art galleries and museums, public art and graffiti, municipal buildings, the Nelson Mandela Bridge and numerous coffee shops, clubs and restaurants.

Maboneng Walk


A great chance to witness some urban regeneration and to soak up the atmosphere of Market on Main, the street vendors, restaurants, bars, public art and graffiti.

Constitution Hill Walk


Constitution Hill is a national heritage site a that encapsulates the oppression of the country’s past together with our hopes for the future.


Sarah is a vibrant guide; she brings an interesting angle and research to every site. She loves the art aspect, which brings new insight to the historical aspect. An absolute gem; a tour with Sarah is poignant, informative and uplifting all at once.

Mary Raubenheimer
January 2020


Such an enjoyable walk around Newtown with Sarah on Sunday morning. She kept us on our toes asking questions as well as imparting many interesting historical facts about a city I thought I knew! Thanks Sarah. I learned so much and had fun too! 5 star experience.

Tamara LePine-Williams
January 2020


In November we took our group of about 10 on the Newtown Walking Tour with Sarah from Joburg 360. Well, it turned out to be the most awesome day. We are all South Africans who were gobsmacked at the history and the way Sarah presents it in a user-friendly fashion. The Market Theatre, the Rand Club, the statues of Walter and Albertina Sisulu and so much more beside. When you stand in Gandhi Square and hear his involvement followed by a lunch in an old building you drive home so proud to be South African and richer for sharing in the complex development of what remains a great African city. Whoever does this walk will be rewarded with a sense of appreciation of the development of a city so interwoven with cultural diversity and beauty despite years of intolerance and political interference.

Reg & Teresa Thomson
December 2019

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