Exploring the city on a skateboard is one of the coolest ways to get to know Johannesburg, you don't need to know how to skate to join this experience. The experience starts with a skating lesson to help you navigate the city better.
Pick-up time & duration
10.00 am-1 pm
From R460 per person. Post-lockdown pricing is as low as it's going to get.If you are a private group looking to tailor-make your trip, then custom pricing is available to meet your needs.
Skateboard, Skating lessons, helmet, local guides, entrance fees, Water.
City skate tours
Skateboarding and cities are more connected than we realize - that's why skateboarders are always found in urban spaces.
Growing up in Johannesburg, you hear a lot of stories about what the city is or what it was like, either way, we always knew that there's more to this city than meets the eye.
On this experience, you will get the chance to explore Johannesburg from the skates perspective and understand the relationship between the city and its people.
City Skate tour is more than just skating through the city it's a movement that addresses mobility in big cities and Johannesburg forever evolving landscape and vision.
We also challenge the perception people have of skaters and skateboarding as a whole
Maboneng & Marshalltown
David Beckham was seen here and Forbes magazine rated it as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world. There's every reason for Maboneng's world recognition.
Learn about the epic street art initiative and visit its cultural attractions like the Museum of African Design, Arts on Main—a complex that was previously a series of dilapidated buildings and now has many cool galleries, restaurants and boutiques.
Enjoy the vibe while cruising on your skateboard.
Hallmark House - Deuce Bar
This stop will give you a unique view of the city and will bring everything you would have seen in the city will be brought to context.
Known for its Sunday Sessions and live DJs, Hallmark House has recently been refurbished. The building houses residential apartments and the Hallmark Hotel which has new owners. Come check it out! And if you're into fine dining, they have a new landmark venue in their basement called The Marabi Club where Chef Katlego is dishing up.
Jewel City is a Billion rand development found downtown which is considered an addition to the Maboneng development.
Over the years the city as always never catered for Skaters we have seen bike lanes being built, New roads and skate parks but no one as really looked at skating as a mode of transport in the inner city of Johannesburg and the perception as always one that is negative when mentioning skating.
Jewel City as really incorporated skating in their design process and for the first time in the city people have started to look at skaking differntly and how Urban spaces can be used to attract a more diverse group of people; from people walking to people driving and now to those on their bikes and skateboards.