Street Art and Coffee Cycling tour
Cycling, Street Art, culture, and History the tour covers some of Cape Town's famous areas in the city center like:
- District Six
- Salt River
- Bo kaap
to name a few places we will be visiting
Haft Day R950 per person. (3 hours)
Full Day R1350 per person (5 hours)
Minimum 2 people per booking
All groups +5 please enquire using the form
Pick-up time & duration
Every Day 10:00 AM to 15:00 PM
10:00 AM to 13:00 PM
- Tour guide,
- Water or Coffee
- Museum Entrance
What to expect on the tour
The tour starts from Woodstocks and takes you through Salt River and into district six to check out some of the city's mindblowing Street Arts communities that call these places their home.
The tour is separated into three parts:
One - Street Art
Two - History
Three - Culture
Providing you with a deeper understanding of what makes Cape Town Unique and different.
History of Cape Town CBD
The city of Cape Town had its origin in 1652, when the Dutch East India Company established a refreshment station for its ships on the shores of Table Bay. The location was magnificent, on well-watered, fertile soil, beneath the precipitous walls of Table Mountain. The indigenous inhabitants provided cattle but not labor, and the company imported slaves, mainly from East Africa, Madagascar, and the Bay of Bengal area.
Just like many African cities the people of the land were kicked out of their land and the so-called colonial empire expanded to the coastline of South Africa
Key landmarks we will visit.
On this experience we will be visiting the following key landmarks:
On a bike, while learning about the city :)