Tour Packages

The Hub Presents is a very tourism & arts passionate company based in Alexandra, in the North of Johannesburg. Only10 minutes away from the richest square mile in Africa (Sandton City), 7 minutes drive to the Gautrain’s Malboro Train Station & about 20 minutes drive to the O.R. Tambo International Airport.

We offer a locally orientated tour package

ASIBONE – HALF DAY TOUR [from 10:00 – 13:00 / 13:30 – 16:30]
Listed (Rack) Rate :R
STO Rate: R
– Storytelling
– Alex Art Market
– Graffitti Route
– Kasi Gym
– Mandela Home
– Heritage Museum
– Food
– Storytelling

EXTREME TOUR [from ………..]
Listed (Rack): R
STO Rate: R
Fairy Trip to the Hostel
Alexandra Favela
Kasi Gym
Foreigner’s Market
Rasta Village
Traditional Healer

INSTAWALKS [from 12:00 – 16:00]
Themed routes for tourists who want to experience the township
Listed (Rack) Rate: R

STO Rate: R
(Sports, Kids Projects, Elders

We understand that walking around the neighborhood, brings out Alexandra township as a museum. While mingling with locals for a true narration of the happenings around the townsh


Our Alexandra Tours are linked with the history and heritage of the Township, with routes that take you from the early 1900’s to the lively 21st century. The routes take you through various spaces filled with hand crafted works of art, graffiti and murals along the streets of Alexandra Township. From picturesque vantage points you are able to view and take shots of South Africa’s OldestTownship and the Mandela Heritage Site. Get your story told by a traditional doctor. Hear the detailed stories of old Dark City and the now new and vibrant Alexandra/Gomora Maboneng.


“The approach is history from below, the people of Alexandra as much as possible telling their own history, not just of the political legacy of Alexandra, which is rich in itself and has its heroes and heroines, but the music, the poetry, the sporting heroes and the gangsters, all spawned from Alexandra’s dust.”  [Words by Leepile Taunyane – DOB: 14 December

* Transport prices are location dependant.

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