This non-intrusive half day tour is the only way to fully understand how a large part of Cape Town’s population live, how they have embraced tourism and how they appreciate the way that it has affected their community in a positive way, creating jobs, different class structures and community centers.
Engaging with the local people, forming a true understanding of how they were and how they still are affected by apartheid. Enjoying a traditional African lunch cooked in the unique and tasty Township way.
- Hostel pick up 8.30am/ 1.30pm (+/-)
- Visit local community center/ nursery school on request
- Township walk/ cycle option
- African lunch
- Hostel drop off 1.30pm / 5pm (+/-)
R800 (minimum 3 people)
You will visit the township of Khayelitsha, which means Our New Home in the Xhosa language. It is South Africa’s largest township in terms of people per square metre, with reportedly 2 million people living there (Soweto being the largest by land size).
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