Welcome to Lebo’s Soweto
Lebo’s Soweto offers you a unique and personal experiences of Soweto. Integrated with the community around us, we invite day as well as overnight guests to be part of our vibrant township.
As a day guests you can book one of our interactive tours as well as enjoying an traditional African meal in our outdoor restaurant soaking up the tropical vibes and the atmosphere in our community park
Overnight experiences offer a variety of accommodation options- Backpackers lodge, Self-catering Guest House and a Campsite with access to our communal areas and self-catering kitchens. Discounts on experiences and packages to explore Soweto and surrounds. Home cooked meals served around the fire and the opportunity to explore Soweto on your own, mingling with the locals in our friendly community.
Best way to see Soweto!
By using bicycles we easily move between the various neighbourhoods making it easy to experience life and culture and to interact with people and at the same time learning about Soweto’s rich history.
Our tuk tuk tour is another interactive tour experience that takes you to the back streets of Soweto as well as the famous historical sites around. Move easily from neighbourhood to neighbourhood in our three-wheeler while you easily meet and greet people along the way and step out in the various areas to take in the culture, life and history.
Take a relaxed stroll around our area of Orlando West. Our guide will take you past historical sites as well as giving you an insight into the different streets and neighborhoods you are passing through. Learn some lingo and greetings and interact with people along the route.
See Soweto on foot on this interactive stroll around the township. We will greet and talk to people as we go and take in the history from the various sites on route.
Visit places such as the former men’s hostel in Mzhimhlope and learn about the history of mine workers and the conditions they lived in. Continue walking to the Hector Pieterson Memorial site and learn about the Student’s Uprisings on 16 June 1976. Walk down Vilakazi street to view the former home of Nelson Mandela as well as where Bishop Desmond Tutu lives. Stop at a local shebeen for a refreshing drink and walk back to Lebo’s where you will enjoy a lunch in our Outdoor Restaurant.