Join us on a Township Night Tour – a must-do for all fun seeking travellers in Cape Town, South Africa. The Cape townships and informal settlements cultivate a strong character, built on their culture and community spirit. Encounter true nightlife in the Mother City where you’ll have the chance to experience traditional food, dancing, singing, beer and so much more.
Engage with the residents and learn more about their daily lives and struggles. You’ll get to know the rich history of these areas, and gain understanding for their circumstances. Support whole families by shopping at the local markets along the way and restore hope where there is little.
Pick up and drop off at your hotel or guesthouse around Cape Town.
Evening tour departure: 19:00
Evening tour return: 22:30
Enjoy a leisurely drive through the oldest township in South Africa. Langa is the Mother City’s historic informal settlement, formed in the Apartheid era.
Khayelitsha is situated along the N2 highway on the Cape Flats of South Africa. Established in 1985, Khayelitsha was named in Xhosa the word meaning ‘New Home’ and regarded as a place of refuge and safety for those affected by Apartheid. Today, the Khayelitsha population is estimated at a substantial amount of 406,779 residents.
A Shebeen is a proudly South Africa pub and traditional brewery located within the township. Here you will be offered the opportunity to try some for yourself!
Enjoy a home cooked meal in Khayelitsha, your home away from home, while being hosted by a local family. They will prepare a delicious traditional dinnerwhile you are entertained with cultural dance, singing and instruments.