Wanderer’s Cape Town City Tour begins either at the Castle of Good Hope (better known locally as simply “the castle”, the oldest occupied building in South Africa) or at the Bo-Kaap Museum (formally known as the Malay quarter and today distinguishes itself with its colorful houses) your starting point is dependent on the sites you would like to fit into your day. We take in the sites of the Grand Parade, the city’s largest public square. Optional visit to the Slave Lodge, a museum housed in a building that has, at various points in its history, been a hotel, a brothel, and a detention centre for slaves before they were sold at auction. A walk through the tranquil Company’s Gardens which houses the South African national gallery for the art enthusiast and also the South African Museum for those interested in both our natural and cultural history. The nearby market at Greenmarket Square gives you the opportunity to see and purchase some African arts, crafts and clothing and is followed by a trip to the summit of Signal Hill to give you another view of the mother city, an optional extra is a sunset from this landmark or if you wish a trip up the table mountain cable way to experience a sunset from one of the worlds 7 natural wonders.
After returning to earth from the heights of Table Mountain or Signal Hill the Sea Point and Green Point area is next, and finally kick back at the V&A Waterfront, Africa’s most visited tourist destination, where you can treat yourself to fine dining, high fashion, and a boat cruise around the harbor should you wish
Wanderer’s Cape Town City Tour is the definitive introduction to the sights, sounds, and history of this remarkable city. Cape Town has long been the home of wanderers and adventurers and we will assist you in exploring this beautiful city the way you want to, all you have to do is contact us.