A day of contrasts exploring on foot the fascinating stories that tell Cape Town’s history and modern day make up, engaging and overlooked by so many. We combined this with a visit to the top of Table Mountain, leaving the crowds to get your bearing of the city from its highest point.
fter gaining some confidence in Stand Up Paddling in the secure environment of the V&A Waterfront, we head off to Sea Point to explore the 11 art installations that tackle subject ranging from Rhino conservation to the 18 years Nelson Mandela spent on Robben Island.
From there we hike to the colourful Bo Kaap, walking along the cobble stoned streets to experience a lively suburb filled with brightly coloured houses from as early as the seventeenth century, Muslim saint shrines and many beautiful Mosques.
On top of Table Mountain we’ll do a short hike away from the crowds where we will enjoy an afternoon picnic whilst our guide brings alive the history of Cape Town combining the elevated view over the city with turn of the century photographs to highlight the changes of the city.