Do you want to discover a township from a different perspective? We offer you an unique and pure 3-4 hour walking township experience. The focus lies on local interaction. We want you to get to know the locals, to hear their stories, tell them yours and to . Get to know the real Khayelitsha The tour starts at Cape Town Taxi station where you are picked up by one of our local guides. You will go with local transport to the biggest township of Cape Town, Khayelitsha. Khayelitsha means ‘New Home‘ in Xhosa, one of the eleven official languages in South Africa. En route to Khayelitsha you can meet and chat with locals. Upon
Explore all the sights of the V&A Waterfront and Cape Town from a bicycle seat with our professional tour guides on this fun and educational journey with spectacular sights of Table Mountain, Atlantic seaboard, and Green Point Stadium. Learn about Cape Town’s heritage while you ride through the vibrant Waterfront, getting up close and personal with the city and its inhabitants. Our guided tour combines the old and the new of Cape Town’s urban landscape, with visits to Mouille Point Lighthouse, the oldest working lighthouse in South Africa, as well as Green Point Stadium, the amazing newly built sports venue that co-hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the newly landscaped urban eco park.
Start with a brief historical walk through the City Centre including the picturesque Company Gardens, board the local train and begin the journey to the Stellenbosch Wine lands. Here you will explore several superb wine estates by bike on the Bike & Wine Tour. This Bike & Wine tour is not only meant to leave you with lasting memories of the wine lands but for you to leave a small contribution to the area that you will enjoy on your visit. By participating on this Bike & Wine tour you will be helping to donate the Lynedoch Cycling Club Mentor-ship Programme in buying portion of tickets sold towards the enrichment of these young lives. Through use of public
A safari in South Africa is a unique and memorable experience. However, there is another way to make it even more special; do the safari on foot! Under the guidance of a qualified ranger you will experience the secrets of the South African wildlife. This can be done in various destinations such as Kruger, Addo, Hluhluwe, Marakele and more.. When you arrive in the park you will be met by your local ranger whom will brief you on the adventure that lays ahead. Together you will walk through the bush and discover natural wonders. Your ranger will tell you about the flora and fauna in the area and all the interesting facts about the bush that