Walk to Freedom Township Tour – Robben Island
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Walk to Freedom Township Tour - Robben Island

Walk to Freedom Township Tour - Robben Island


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Depature: 08:30 am


This is an awe-inspiring tour to the towering headland known as Cape Point. Magnificent beaches breath-taking views, historic and picturesque coastal villages are to be seen along the way.

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    Tour Details

    Tour details

    Option 1: Full day tour - Entrances & Robben Island (if weather permits)
    Option 2: Half day Tour - Entrances


    Option 1 (Full day): 9 hours | Option 2 (half day): 4.5 hours


    Option 1 (Full day): 08:30 am | Option 2 (half day): 13:15 pm


    - Brief educational introduction to Cape Town.
    - Visit to the Bo-Kaap, the picturesque "Malay Quarters"
    - The dynamic District Six Museum
    - Visit to an informal school
    - Walking tour of Langa. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with residents.
    - Try traditional African sorghum or ginger beer at a township shop or tavern.
    - Visits a reconstruction and development plan housing project.
    - A ferry trip to and tour Robben Island, the former political prison.

    Tour Info

    This famous little windswept Island has captured the hearts and minds of travellers worldwide. Robben Island is an old jail and historic site that currently tops the list of things to be doing when visiting Cape Town. Robben Island has become the face of apartheid oppression and human rights cruelty in South Africa. Despite its history, It has since become a place symbolic of triumph since 1997. Today, the island runs as a museum, facilitating educational programmes for schools and assisting in South African Tourism. Robben Island runs off land by generating its own electricity and obtaining water from nine boreholes. The museum also arranges workshops, tours and camps for children and adults. This allows further learning about both the historical and modern day South Africa. Open throughout the year, if the weather permits, the island offers a glorious, one of a kind view of Table Mountain and Cape Town.