Historical Tours

We also take them for visit to historical sites the old Montrose farmhouse built in 1880 now being developed as a Community Eco-Museum Centre; and to the Wall of Reconciliation where 120 names of the people who died during the violence are inscribed. These sites are meant to re-enforce reconciliation and healing of past memories.

We always learn that international tourists as well as school groups / University students are very excited about intermingling with the local people and immerse themselves in the fascinating stories of apartheid, force removals, violence and they marvel how we achieved peace and reconciliation.

 

Our visitors comment:

Thank you very much for a very informative tour. Hoosen Adam (guide) was able to answer all our questions. We enjoyed the visit very much. Good luck with the new centre.

We wish you well.
England U.K

 

 

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