Embark with a local non-profit on a friendly tour through the ins and outs of everyday life in Cape Town, and help bolster its social development through community upliftment. Interact with Cape Town residents by participating in some of the exciting youth, agricultural, and animal care projects currently taking place.
Enjoy two of'Cape Town's most popular tours by combining'a'City/Table Mountain Tour with a Cape Winelands Tour. You will spend half your morning'enjoying the best attractions in the City such as a visit to Table Mountain, Historical points of interest and the V&A Waterfront and end off your tour with an afternoon in the Cape Winelands. This will include wine tastings at some of South Africa's award winning wine estates in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. The tour returns to your hotel in the late afternoon.Special Offer - Book this tour and save 10% compared to booking each attraction separately! - Book Now!
Introducing two opportunities to experience Cape Town authentically. Take the township tour of Khayelitsha and street art walking tour of Woodstock. Beginning with an 8:30am pickup, you will get to meet inspiring local business owners and township community members on this tour. Sip on some artisan coffee from the very first township coffee shop, The Department of Coffee and taste some traditional cuisine as you dine in a township hotspot. You will have the option to either plan and hold a class for nursery school children, or plant a new garden for a local family using recycled materials. Before your 5pm drop off, you'll explore the streets of Woodstock and learn about the murals created by local and international artists.
Introducing two opportunities to experience Cape Town authentically. Take the township tour of Khayelitsha and street art walking tour of Woodstock. Meet'inspiring local residents and artists that are doing incredible things across the city.
Join this one of a kind tour to see the world’s greatest flower show in the Northern Cape and West Coast of South Africa. View the Namaqualand daisies and more than 3,500 floral species that emerge in spring – from early August to the end of September. 3 Full days including all meals and 2 nights accommodation.
Experience a thought-provoking guided tour of Cape Town and Robben Island, where the late Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years. Learn the sobering history of apartheid at the District Six Museum and observe the lasting effects of this history on the townships of Langa, Gugulethu and Khayelitsha. See the residents' inspiring efforts to improve their livelihoods and local infrastructure, and then ferry over to Robben Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and tour the former maximum-security prison for political prisoners.
Visit Chavonnes Battery Museum, and join a tour guide from a local community on a meander through the early history of Cape Town. Home to archaeological ruins of a Dutch East India Company fort unearthed after 140 years, and host to a robust schedule of international photographic exhibitions, be sure to discover what life was through its in detailed models, exhibits, displays and large information panels. Don an 18th century tricorn hat and take a photo with the authentic working 9-pound muzzle loaded cannon, touch the sand of the original shoreline at the''Cape of Storms / Good Hope,' and don't forget to make a wish in the water well!