Cape Town City Walking Tour
Cape Town City Walking Tour | Find out what makes the Mother City tick. Join our daily scheduled tours, or if you have special interests in the city. We will present Cape Town in all its diversity and are sure that you will find the experience both exciting and uplifting.
Join us as we explore the Old Town, catch the buzz of the city in Greenmarket Square, hear fascinating tales of Dutch rule at the Castle of Good Hope and Grand Parade, see where slaves were traded and where they toiled in the Company‟s Garden.
Visit Parliament, where the apartheid laws where passed and repealed and hear of the devastating consequences of unfettered racism at the District Six. Get to the heart of Cape Town with a qualified tour guide.
Prefer smaller groups or require the tour in a foreign (not English) language, we can personalize a tour to suit your needs. Group rates are also available. Please contact us for personalized tours
Daily Scheduled Tours
Times: 10h30 Monday to Saturday (excluding Easter Friday and Christmas)
Departs from Steps of Bishop Robert Gray Memorial, St George's Mall (adjacent to the Taj Hotel), continues to St. George's Mall, Greenmarket Square, Grand Parade & City Hall and other sites such as the Castle of Good Hope, Old Customs House, District Six Museum, Slave Tree Site, The Groote Kerk, Slave Lodge, Parliament, Company's Garden and others.
Personalised Walking Tours
Price: R240.00 per person
These are perfect for independent travellers who want to dig a little deeper. Private guided walking tours give you the flexibility to choose your own departure times, to walk at your own pace and to enjoy the comfort of a small group.
Our tourist guide will meet you at your city centre hotel or guesthouse, at a time convenient to you, adapt the tour to meet your specific interests, and start the tour from your doorstep.
Tips for Walkers
Wear comfortable walking shoes.
Guided walks depart daily - irrespective of weather conditions.
Summer days can be hot - wearing a hat is a good idea, and do not forget your bottle of water and sun protection cream.
Cape Town has a Mediterranean climate and winter days can be cool and wet. Along the trail a number of trail partners offer warm and cosy stops like the many galleries in Church St where we will browse for local art, under cover.
Safety in Cape Town has improved greatly thanks to the efforts of the Central City Improvement District. However, as in any big city, care should be taken, so we suggest that you leave valuables like jewellery at home.
Book for more than 20 people, contact us directly
Steps of Bishop Robert Gray Memorial, St George's Mall (adjacent to Taj Hotel)