Cape Town Historical Buildings Tour
Visit the Castle and relish a flavourful tea with an expert guide. Also, have a look at the historical buildings including the Town Hall to know all about Nelson Mandela. Take a tour in the Bo-Kaap with tea. Have sweet treats in the home of one of the locals. In this 1-day tour, explore Cape Town, which is a port city in South Africa
- Visit Town Hall, a magnificent architectural work
- Explore the Slave Lodge, a South African social-history museum
- Go to Bo-Kaap, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill
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11:00 am: Have tea at the Castle (at own cost) with a Cape Town tour guide. The Castle is a bastion fort built in the 17th century.
11:15: Walk across the town viewing the historical buildings including the Town Hall, where President Nelson Mandela made his first speech as a free man in 1990.
12:00: Visit the Slave Lodge, named under the umbrella theme of, “From human wrongs to human rights”. Built in 1679, it is a South African Museum.
13:30: Have lunch (at own cost)
14:00: Explore Bo-Kaap. Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, it is a colourfully-painted suburb.
15:30: Drink tea and have some sweet treats in a local home.
16h30: Head back to the hotel.
Tea in Bo Kaap and entry fees into museums
Guiding fee and transport from and back to the hotel
Know before you go
This Tour entails lots of walking so comfortable shoes is recommended. On foot is the best way to explore the city.
We visit the Cape Of Good Hope Castle which is the oldest building in South Africa built by the Dutch when they occupied the Cape in the 1600s.
We view all the historical buildings on the way as we make our way to the Slave Lodge and end off in the Bo-Kaap (old dutch word meaning upper Cape) where the slave ultimately settled after the emancipation of slavery.
For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -Refund of 80% of the tour price.
|1 To 10||ZAR 600 Per Person|
This is a group tour