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Combine a Langa township walking tour with a cooking experience in a family home or local restaurant.
Get a chance to learn how to prepare an African dish and the story behind it!
Cooking is an integral part of family life and brings friends and extended families together
We will have the following stops:
We collect you from your hotel or guesthouse. Pick up is around 8:30 am, please be ready as you might be the first to be collected.
The former residential area of District Six is one of the most famous Apartheid areas – once a thriving neighbourhood, the area was abandoned when the Apartheid government conducted forced removals of up to 60,000 people in the 1970s. The District Six Museum offers a colourful history into the area as it once was, as well as the Apartheid years and the area’s downfall, and is a popular highlight of townships tours in Cape Town.
Langa is another of Cape Town’s thriving townships, and was also formed in the Apartheid days after thousands of residents from other areas were forcibly relocated. The area was named after Langalibalele – a chief and renowned rainmaker who was imprisoned on Robben Island in 1873 for rebelling against the Natal government. One of the highlights on this township tour is a visit to one of the area’s famous charismatic churches – something that is sure to leave you enthralled!
Get a chance to chat with the chef about traditional African dishes a chance for a cross-cultural experience. You will be able to taste the African beer and Smiley (sheep head).
After completing your tour, return back to your chosen drop-off point.
• Transport and driver guide
• All entrance fees
• Guided walking tour in Langa
• Cooking experience in a family home
• Lunch and soft drink
• Return transfer to the hotel.
• Extra cash
• A great attitude to enjoy the day
Dress comfortably and according to the weather
All year round