Culinary experience of Cape culture

Half Day Tour
Duration: +/- 4 hours

Cost: R1150pp (1 person)

            R900pp (2 people)

            R700pp (group)

            R350pp (children under 12y)   

            Free (children under 5y)

What to expect to visit:

We will stroll through the historic center of Cape Town, which was once a replenishment station under the Dutch East India Company—VOC—and later became a colony that developed into the vibrant city we see today. We will visit the landmarks and taste the best of the Cape Malay tradition koeksisters, samosas, chilli bites and chocolate while drinking typical chai tea. You will learn about the unique history, architecture, and culture of Cape Town and South Africa. The walk will end on bustling Greenmarket Square, where a big market and old buildings dominate the scene.


  • City Hall and the Grand Parade;

  • Groote Kerk, the oldest church in South Africa;

  • Jan Smuts statues and St. George’s Cathedral;

  • The Houses of Parliament;

  • Company's Garden;

  • Bo Kaap—formerly known as the Malay Quarter and one of the oldest residential areas in Cape Town;

Included: certified guide, traditional tea & Cape cuisine tasting experience

Excluded: Transport

What to Wear: Good walking shoes. Dress casually and comfortably, wearing layers of clothes to adjust to any weather conditions.

 Full Day Tour
   Duration: +/- 8 hours

   Cost: R2150pp (1 person)

                R1300pp (2 people)

                R1000pp (group)

                R490pp (children under 12y)   

                Free (children under 5y)

   Excluded: entrance fees, transport 
   Included: guide, traditional tea & food tasting experience, lunch
Optional activities to select:

  Cooking Class (+ R550pp)

   Learn how to cook Cape Malay cuisine and meet locals.

  Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (+ R70pp)

  The largest botanical gardens in South Africa. One of the richest and most beautiful of the world.

  SA Museums (+ R60pp)

  The Iziko Cultural Museum and Planetarium 

  Slave Lodge Museum

  District Six Museum

  Robben Island (+ R300pp)

  A UNESCO World Heritage Site and remembered as the place where many leaders of the       liberation struggle such as Nelson Mandela were imprisoned.

  Two Oceans Aquarium (+ R185pp)

  It contains 7 exhibition galleries: Atlantic Ocean Gallery; Cape Fur Seal Exhibit; Predator Exhibit;     I&J Ocean Exhibit; Indian Ocean Gallery; Kelp Forest Exhibit; Sappi River Meander Exhibit.

  Table Mountain Aerial Cableway (weather permitting + R360pp)

  One of the 7 Wonders of Nature and a must see attraction.

  V&A Waterfront

  It is one of the busiest port in South Africa and it has become Cape Town’s no. 1 tourist attraction. 

  Shimansky Diamond Museum

  Diamond tour to learn about the history and processing of these beautiful gems. Opportunity to  purchase diamonds set in jewellery made by local artists will be offered.

  Camps Bay & Clifton Beaches

  Camps Bay is a suburb built on the slopes of the Twelve Apostles overlooking a large beach.

  Clifton is a place on a cliff with its famous 4 small beaches.

  Signal Hill & Lion's Head

  One of the most popular spot for sun downers. 

Contact us for a quote!