A half day guided historical walking adventure from the Castle of Good Hope to the V&A Waterfront along Cape Town's buried shoreline.
Explore and experience this unique tour of our history and architecture.
Follow in the footsteps of our Sailors, Settlers and Slaves and discover the many secrets of the Mother City (Cape Town) that lie below and above ground.
The tour will start at the Castle of Good Hope with a 360 degree orientation on top of the ramparts, followed by a visit into out past in the Dungeons below.
The Key Ceremony and Cannon firing will awaken your spirit.
Learn about the City's historical sites such as the Town Hall with its mini Big Ben Clock Tower and Nelson Mandela's Balcony. On the Parade ground look for the old Tunnel "Kaizersgracht" and Sluice Gate that lie burried underground as well as the first Water Reservoir that was built to supply the passing Sailors and their ships with the sweet Fynbos Water of Table Mountain.
We will be following the famous Gentleman's walk with its many interesting Statues down to where the old Pier once proudly stood. Hug the Old Coastline which is well deep below your feet, visit the site of the first Fish Market and then catch the Water Taxi along the new Canals into the V&A Waterfront.
Enjoy the Waterfront at your leisure or join the optional tour for another adventure of the Waterfront including a harbour cruise.
Bookings are essential for this privately guided tour.