Cape Town’s Walk to Freedom tour gives priceless insight into the topics of human rights in South Africa and the rich history and culture of the country. Exploring the history of the Khoisan to the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck, the historical accounts from Apartheid to the democratic celebrations of the day.
Pick up Points:
Oranjezicht / Gardens
Bantry Bay / Camps Bay
Waterfront / Sea Point
City Bowl / Foreshore
Collection times may vary subject to hotel collection route. Reconfirmation will be sent the night before.
Entrance Fees (District Six Museum (closed on Sundays), Gugu S’Thebe Arts and Cultural Centre, Robben Island)
Excluded from Price
All Lunches & Beverages
Bo-Kaap and District Six
Robben Island (13h00 ferry) tickets are strictly subject to availability at the time of booking. Kurt Safari will not be able to confirm the Full Day tour should tickets not be available.
Bo-Kaap – The tour begins with a visit to the charming and historic area that was the home to many Muslims and where many slaves had been freed. Here you will get a taste of the rich diversity of South African culture, lifestyle and personality.
Zonnebloem (AKA District Six) – Here you will get the opportunity to visit the famous living museum which was established in December 1994 as a memorial to those who were forcibly removed from their homes during the Apartheid era.
Cape Flats – Visit the Gugu S’Thermbe Arts and Culture Centre in the Langa Township and be embraced by the vibrancy and colour of the country. The centre is dedicated to the empowerment of the local people with the exploration of the native arts and cultural talents.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront departure to Robben Island – Enjoy a guided coach tour of the island as well as a tour of the maximum security prison, where former president, Nelson Mandela, was incarcerated.
The tour concludes with a drop off at your stipulated hotel.