See the colorful houses, smell the spices of the East, hear the mosques calling for prayer, let the Cape Malay food tempt your taste buds and get a feel of what else to do in Cape Town. On the way there I might even show you a hidden place to get a local beer. I will take you into a house in Bo-Kaap to see and experience something you my not be able to do yourself. We will be having a traditional lunch in a beautiful place in Bo-Kaap. This activity includes: Mosque Auwal Masjeed, the old Tailors House, the different colored houses. I will be taking guests into a house in Bo-Kaap, Biesmiellah Cape Malay Restaurant, the Atlas Spice Trading Center, smell the spices of the east, the beautiful Chiappini Street, passing through Long Street and Bree Street. If wanting it is possible to view a house of Bo-Kaap. A Traditional South African Lunch in Bo-kaap and it will end by viewing the Slave Lodge in Cape Town.
I have graduated in tourism and have a tourist guiding badge. When it comes to Bo-Kaap and Cape Town I am the Einstein of these locations. By knowing these locations, dangers, special places and photo spots, makes me the ideal person for this experience. I will be accompanying guests and providing direction, information, protection and basically everything you require for this experience. If you book, you get entered into a competition to win a night in a hotel to the value of R1 100 and can be redeemed up until June 11, 2020.
We will be visiting Mosque Auwal Masjeed, the old Tailors House and the popular different color houses. At Biesmiellah Cape Malay Restaurant you can grab a lunch and is a popular food place in Bo-Kaap. These places will also be visited - Atlas Spice Trading Center, Smell the spices of the east, the beautiful Chiappini Street, Passing through Long Street and Bree Street.