Explore, Discover, Art, Community
Explore Cape Town via its inspirational people making a difference in people’s lives, meet inspiring township artists along the way and exploring the meaning behind the art works, that in itself unravels the history of Cape Town and South Africa. Taking in the stories of the apartheid era struggles to the founding of a new democracy, wildlife conservation and more.
Our guides are top adventurers in their own right, and focused on creating a day that is purely for your enjoyment. Your Private Cape Adventure unfolds at your own pace – if you feel uneasy about anything, please talk to your guide.
The weather is our compass and your enthusiasm our wrist watch
We plan each adventure according to your interests. Our Cape weather can change at a moment’s notice, and this is where we use our knowledge of hidden spots and local conditions to make the most of each day, no matter what is thrown at us.
Likewise, should we find ourselves having so much fun that we do not want to drag ourselves away, the day’s plans can be changed at the drop of a hat! No two tours are the same.
What is provided?
During activities we supply energy snacks and refreshments.
Between activities more substantial treats from our gourmet pantry are on offer.
Chilled wine, beer, ice teas, chilled waters and G&T’s are also on board.
What to expect
On the tour today, you will be joined by one of our ROCK GIRLS, who will be an inspirational individual from a previously disadvantaged background, who works alongside us to further her skills to one day become a guide and to give clients a true insight into their lives and their challenges within their communities.
We will begin the day exploring the colourful streets of Bo-Kaap, enjoying a local coffee before heading to Monkeybiz to learn about their non-profit organization which strives to empower women to become financially independent, through the art of beadwork. We will continue along the Atlantic Seaboard to the T - Bag Company in Hout Bay, which makes functional Art out of recycled tea bags. Learn firsthand the process of how this team dry, empty, iron and paint these used tea bags and transform them into works of art which are applied to stationary, wooden items, boxes and trays.
Our tour will continue towards the Peninsula, fist making our way over the famous coastal road of Chapman’s Peak Drive to a local community, Masiphumelele. Here you will get involved in creating your own art with Yindi, who creates art pieces from plastic collected from the Peninsula beaches at her house & work shop in the Township.