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»
This walk takes you off the beaten path, to all the spots that Muizenbergers love. Your host is Coleen, a member of Cape Town Tourism's content team. She lives here and knows its curious little shops, studios and eateries intimately, but she'll... More»
Khayelitsha means "Our New Home", and it was named that because in 1985, tens of thousands of black South Africans were moved here by the government, to relieve overcrowding in other townships.
Rachel Chitongo moved to Cape Town from Harare,... More»
This perennially popular route takes you on a gentle but bracing stroll around the spectacular curve of False Bay, from the laid-back coastal suburb of Muizenberg (the gateway to the South Peninsula), via beautiful St James, to the vibey, bustling... More»
Justin Fox has an abiding passion for the Mouille Point seafront, where he has lived since 2000. Join him on a walk that takes in the evocative history of shipwrecks, gun batteries, early lighthouses and tragic suicide. The route sets out from... More»
Explore the art, wine and heritage of this historic estate on a tranquil stroll
Explore the architectural history of Tulbagh's famous Church Street
Meander down the quiet and dusty memory lanes of quaint McGregor