Located in the heart of Cape Town, Lion's Head is one of the city's most popular hiking spots. The path to the top loops around the side of the mountain to offer visitors a panoramic view of the surrounding areas, taking in the city centre, Camps... More»
Shereen Habib has served as a tour guide on these streets for over twenty years, and her family has lived here for almost a century. She’ll take you on a deeply personal loop through the historical heart of this area. Rather than painting a... More»
The Elfin Trail is an immersive, high fantasy-themed audio walking experience through the most beautiful and least-known forests and glades in Cape Town. Using smartphone GPS to trigger downloaded audio automatically, the listener is guided along... More»
A personal journey through the bohemian suburb of Observatory, with the occasional fact thrown in for good measure. Hear and see what it was like to grow up in a space that actively encouraged alternative lifestyles and diversity. Learn about Obs... More»
A father and daughter team up to document some of the oral history of Harfield Village. Then known as Lower Claremont, Harfield was a mixed race area before the Group Areas Act forced non-white citizens to move. At 17 years old, storyteller Carl... More»
A comedic train ride by a corny character from Joburg. Jump on the train at Woodstock station and ride through the Southern Suburbs while learning - and laughing - all about South African boytjie culture. Experience the humdrum Cape Town... More»
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the bustling Kloof street - an arterial street that leads from Cape Town's CBD to the glorious Table Mountain. Local Entrepreneur Kim Whitaker guides the tour, showing her favourite spots to eat and... More»
This is, without doubt, Cape Town's favourite walk, and the whole city comes out to Sea Point to stretch its legs, take in the sunset, smell the sea air and walk dogs.
The walk starts at a landmark visited by Charles Darwin in 1836, meanders... More»
Cape Town is also known as the Mother City, and this half-hour walk will show you the city from a woman’s perspective! Your guide is Nancy Richards, the founder of Woman Zone: an organisation bringing women of all cultures together.
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Walmer Estate and Woodstock are changing. Christine Hogg – a curious local – set out to discover more about the area's hybrid architecture, colonial history and recent transformation.
She found residents, business owners and NGO workers who... More»
Join Matt Weisse on a leisurely walk through the city, following in the path of the old underground rivers and tunnels to the Castle of Good Hope. Parts of the underground Canals and Rivers date back to 1652. They used to supply the passing ships... More»
Take a fictional journey into the life of a 19th century slave in the Winelands
Explore the art, wine and heritage of this historic estate on a tranquil stroll
Meander down the quiet and dusty memory lanes of quaint McGregor