Cape town, South Africa
Explore the history and culture of South Africa's past, present, and future on a walking tour of the CBD.
Visit the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Foundation and exhibition.
See The Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town City Hall, and Nelson Mandela Monument.
Engage in interactive Q&A discussions with Desmond Tutu exhibition curators.
Embark on a walking experience that will take you on an emotional journey through South Africa's history, culture, and healing. You will experience a range of emotions, from joy to anger, laughter to tears, as you gain a deep understanding of how South Africa achieved a peaceful transition by implementing initiatives that bring us closer together, allowing us to appreciate each other's different cultures and backgrounds. This educational journey showcases how our people, communities, and leaders from different racial groups contributed to what we call today, The Rainbow Nation.
Who is this experience good for
Perfect for anyone who is passionate about history and culture.
Meet Our Local Host
Siviwe Mbinda is the owner and operator of Siviwe Tours, a locally owned and operated tour company that provides employment and opportunities to local residents. Siviwe is also the founder of the Happy Feet Youth Project, which helps uplift local children through education, good nutrition, leadership, and team building.
9:30 AM: Meet your guide on the steps of Cape Town City Hall and see the Nelson Mandela Monument.
Walk to The Castle of Good Hope.
Walk to the Arch Bishop Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation.
Engage in Q&A discussions with the exhibition curators.
1:00 pm: End of the tour.
Guided walking tour.
What's not Included
Know Before You Go
Minimum Needed: 2 people
Maximum Capacity: 15 people
Booking Deadline: 2 days before start date
Weather Dependent: No
Difficulty Level: Easy - No inclines when walking
Special Clothing Required: Comfy walking shoes
Special Dietary Restrictions: N/A
Extra Cash: Gratuities are welcomed. No obligation, did you enjoy Yes. No thats ok
Ground Transportation: No transportation included. Starting point is a short Uber ride away.
Additional Information: N/A
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.
fREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
This is a great way to learn about apartheid in South Africa. Great museum and great discussion afterwards. One of the best things I did in Cape Town.
Fascinating stories, and fabulous meal