Bo-Kaap Tour and Traditional Tea and Snacks with Tana Baru Tours
- Registered and qualified tourist guide Shereen Misbach-Habib
- Includes a viewing of the first mosque, South Africa’s first Dutch house, walk through the monument strip and Tana Baru Burial grounds
- Includes tea and traditional Malay cakes
See the sights with a Bo-Kaap tour and traditional tea and snacks for up to four people with Tana Baru Tours.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R175 for a Bo-Kaap tour and traditional tea and snacks for one person, valued at R350
- Pay R336 for a Bo-Kaap tour and traditional tea and snacks for two people, valued at R700
- Pay R630 for a Bo-Kaap tour and traditional tea and snacks for four people, valued at R1 400
Groups meet at the Bo-Kaap Museum on 71 Wale Street at 11:00 for a two-hour tour through the rich history and culture of Cape Town’s colourful suburbs. The tour covers a viewing of the oldest Mosque in South Africa, the oldest Dutch House, a walk through the National Monument Strip to enjoy the cobbled street scenes and interact with the people before paying a visit to the shrines of saints and political exiles at the Tana Baru burial ground. The tour ends with tea and traditional Malay cakes in the area.
More about Tana Baru Tours
Led by the well-known and knowledgeable tour guide, Shereen Misbach-Habib, Groupies stroll through the area known to many as the heartbeat of the Mother City. Filling their ears with the knowledge of a respected author, politician and publicist, the registered and qualified tour guide Shereen takes explorers through all the sites and helps people to get to know their culture and history.