Pay R150 for a three-hour guided cycle tour of Cape Town with AWOL Tours, valued at R300 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a three-hour guided cycle tour of Cape Town
- Includes bicycle and helmet
- See Bo-Kaap, Cape Town Stadium and the Company Gardens, among other sights
- Professional tour guides
- Ideal as a gift - an environmentally friendly and healthy alternative
- Give your loved one's the earth this Christmas
- Valid for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 083 234 6428 or email@example.com
- Minimum of 4 people
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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- Terms & Conditions apply
- Tour departs at 10am daily from the information centre at the V&A Waterfront
Though many people say that the best way to see the sights
is traversing the city on horse-back, equestrian tours were replaced by
cycle-tours when riders cottoned on to the fact that bikes only need to be fed
with chain-grease and love rather than sugar cubes and bits of apple.
Reintroduce yourself to the handlebars of your childhood and pay R150 for a
three-hour guided cycle tour of Cape Town with AWOL Tours.
Most Capetonians would say that they’re fairly familiar with
their city’s landscape. After being stuck in home-time traffic for hours at a
time, they’ve probably got the street names and specific graffiti of each building
memorised – but AWOL Tours offers a new way to see the place you think you know
so well. Led by a professional tour guide, they give you the opportunity to get
up close and personal with some of the city sights that you probably never paid
attention to while you were sitting in traffic on a narrow street and worrying
about how close the guy next to you was to knocking off your side mirror.
Combining the old and new of the Mother City’s urban landscape, you’ll see things like Adderley Street and the famous flower-sellers, the Company Gardens where the squirrels are more confident than an over-qualified intern and other bits and pieces like St. George’s Mall, Bo-Kaap and Cape Town Stadium. While zipping through the city from behind your handlebars, you’ll get to experience the city from a whole new angle while soaking up the history and culture of some of South Africa’s most beautiful locations. You don’t even have to worry about shelling out for a mountain-bike before you head off, because AWOL offers all sorts of two-wheeled transportation – everything from giant hybrid bikes to funky, one-speed Dutch cycles.
Whether you’re a lekker local, a starry-eyed tourist or a member of the Romanian Royal Family, seeing the city from the bicycle seat is something that just can’t be missed.Tour Fact: The world’s most exclusive tour occurs only once every twenty-five years and takes a maximum of five guests. It includes an overnight stay in Niddrys Wynd and a trip down the Thames in a tugboat to watch the icicle form in winter.