Township tours in Cape Town are a must for anyone wanting to discover the other side of life in Cape Town. These tours take to some of Cape Town’s thriving townships such as Langa and Khayelitsha . You will also have the chance to enjoy local delicacies as well as traditional dancing, healers, shebeens and many other fascinating things to see and do. The people you meet on your township tour will leave you with a new appreciation of the South African philosophy of ‘Ubuntu’, as they share a bit of insight into daily life in the townships of Cape Town.
It’s another way to see Cape Town and discover the city and the population.
Cape Town is not only a big mountain overlooking the sea, it is also a population with a very interesting culture. Come to meet South Africans and discover their way of living on a daily basis.
It’s a unique experience that you have to live at least once in your life.
You can see scenes of life in these slums and the Amy Biehl Memorial, dedicated to a young American committed against apartheid who was murdered in Guguletu in 1993, because his crime was to be friends with blacks. The girl’s parents then set up an association to improve things in the township where their daughter’s murderers now work, as a symbol of the evolution of South African society.
In conclusion, it is a unique experience, moving and strong that you will live safely for one night. Get out of the townships with a different point of view.