City Walking Tour
Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa, established as a refreshment station for Dutch trade ships traveling to the East of the World. The colony at the Cape grew exponentially during the British occupation of South Africa during the 19th century. Get an in depth look into the history of the area, from the first inhabitants, to migrants, colonists and laws to segregate people into racial groupings during the Apartheid era of the country, all while you walk the city streets, see the historic points of interest and visit the interesting museums.
Pricing from R600 per person - single supplement from R1350 per person.
Add-on options include lunch, city coffee tour, sunset tours and other incredible experiential excursions.
DepartureCity Centre Meeting Point
Departure TimeVaried (09h00, 13h30, 18h00)
Dress CodeCasual walking clothes
IncludeDedicated Experience ManagerExcursion Entrance FeesCulutral Experiences
Not IncludedGratuities and PorterageReturn Flights & TaxesDedicated TransportBreakfastLunchAccommodationVisa CostsTravel InsuranceSpending MoneyAirport TransfersDinner
Your Exclusive Walking Tour
- Visit the Bo-Kaap, an area which housed the freed slaves and features colourful houses of this heritage area.
- Live a bit of history in the Castle of Good Hope - known as the oldest building in South Africa.
- The District Six Museum is an area where roughly 60 000 people were removed from their homes due to Apartheid laws.
- The Companies Gardens, originally setup to grow fruits and vegetables to replenish the Dutch trade ships en route to the East Indies, is a magical stop along the way.
- End the trip with a visit to Greenmarket Square, a popular shopping excursion for African art and curios.