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Wanderer Tours and Travel

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District Six Museum

District Six Museum Welcome to the District Six Museum Tour. This museum is located in Cape Town, South Africa, and its main focus is on the history of the District Six area, which was declared a “whites-only” area under apartheid in 1966. During the tour, you’ll be taken on a journey through the various exhibits […]

Seal Island Boat Trip

This incredible boat trip will take you on a journey to experience the natural beauty of Hout Bay and its surroundings. During the trip, you will get the opportunity to see the famous Duiker Island, which is home to a colony of Cape Fur Seals. The boat ride will show you the seals in their […]


Bo-kaap: A Cultural Gem in Cape Town If you’re looking for a vibrant and colorful cultural experience in Cape Town, Bokaap is the place to be. This vibrant neighborhood in the heart of Cape Town is teeming with history, culture, and people who are proud of their heritage. So, what exactly is Bokaap, and why […]

Slave Lodge

Hey there, fellow travelers and history buffs! If you’re planning a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, you simply can’t miss visiting one of the city’s most important historical sites: the Slave Lodge. Built by the Dutch East India Company in the late 17th century, the Slave Lodge originally served as a warehouse for the […]

Robben Island

The Robben Island tour is a 3.5-hour journey, beginning with a ferry ride to the island. The ferry ride itself is quite scenic, with the stunning blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean surrounding you. The island comes into view slowly, and as you draw near, the feeling of history begins to wash over you. On […]

Company Gardens

Home to the South African national museum, the national gallery and also the perfect picnic spot in the CBD. It was originally set-up by the Dutch East India Company in 1644 to grow crops for the ships sailing from the Netherlands to India.

The Castle of Good Hope

Hey there! Have you ever heard of the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town, South Africa? If not, get ready to learn about one of the oldest buildings in the country and an iconic piece of history. Built in the 1600s by Dutch Colonialist Jan van Riebeeck, this impressive fortress served as a strategic […]


Also known as surfers corner and best known for its colourful on the beach change rooms.

Chapman’s Peak

Connecting Hout Bay and Noordhoek. This is without a doubt the most scenic drive along the Cape Peninsula and assures you great pics.

Lions Head

The second most hiked mountain in the world gives you the opportunity to see Cape Town from all angles.


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