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Our most recommended Cape Town Coffee Tours

Cape of Good Hope: Sightseeing and African Penguins Tour

1. Cape of Good Hope: Sightseeing and African Penguins Tour

Marvel at the spectacular views from one of the world's most scenic drives, Chapman's Peak. Look out for African Penguins at Boulders Beach in Simonstown, as you enjoy the splendor of Victorian-era buildings. Get the camera at the ready as you stop at Maiden's Cove, famous for its incredible views of the Twelve Apostles, Camps Bay, and the twinkling Atlantic Ocean. Take an optional boat ride out to Seal Island, and enjoy the chance to hunt for souvenirs in the local market. Relax afterward over the best-roasted coffee in Cape Town, at Noordhoek Farm. Keep an eye out for wildlife at the World-Heritage-listed nature reserve of the Cape of Good Hope, known for its rich bio-diversity.

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Cape Town: Essential Food and Drink Tour

2. Cape Town: Essential Food and Drink Tour

Begin your 4-hour walking tour at a local coffee roaster, where a unique coffee presentation will take place. Hear about the history of the coffee trade route and its influence on Cape Town. Head then to the outskirts of the Bo-Kaap, where you'll taste a traditional South African dish with Cape Malayan influence. Next, enjoy your first of three alcohol tastings, paired with two unique food tastings. You will then be escorted to a local German cafe, where you'll sample craft beers and talk about the German influences in Cape Town. At the next stop, you'll be introduced to two very traditional meat dishes called Biltong and Boerewors. On the way to your last stop, go through the Breakwater Slave Lodge and discuss the history around it and what it has become. Upon arrival in the V&A Waterfront, you will be treated to some wine and cheese tasting, or a Fynbos sprit with Malva pudding and brandy to round off the tour. Guests are encouraged to relax and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of the Waterfront. Throughout the tour, important historical and cultural facts will also be shared.

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Cape Town: E-scooter History Experience with Coffee

3. Cape Town: E-scooter History Experience with Coffee

Visit neighborhoods like District Six, Salt River, Woodstock, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town CBD on a half-day tour and leave with a deeper understanding of Cape Town. This experience is highly recommended for first-time travelers who are keen to learn about the past and current state of South Africa. Start in the Cape Town Business District with a welcome coffee at Yours Truly. Get briefed on the experience and get the context of Cape Town’s history. The experience is divided into 3 main parts: Part 1: History The city of Cape Town is one of our three capitals. Get a breakdown of how this agreement was formed between the British & the Dutch after the Anglo-Boer War. Part 2: Coffee The coffee scene in Cape Town has been growing and has now become the symbol of the city's melting pot of different cultures. Through the different coffee shops on the way, get to understand the city's migration story and how most people ended up in Cape Town. Part 3: Culture & Art The city is divided into many different suburbs, each with its unique story. While Cape Town has been voted as one of the most beautiful cities in the world countless times, there is a deep dark secret to this beauty that most don’t talk about—inequality. Take a deep dive into some of the city's surrounding suburbs to unpack the different cultures and people from those places. Immerse in the space to get a deeper understanding of the colorful city known as the “Mother City”.

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Cape Town: Guided Cycling Tour

4. Cape Town: Guided Cycling Tour

Experience some of the highlights Cape Town has to offer whilst keeping fit and getting some fresh air. Meet at Lookout Hill and take this cycling tour accompanied by a professional guide, learning about some of the rich history and culture of one of South Africa's most famous cities. On the tour you will visit the Indlovini Informal Settlement, grab coffee at Sikis Coffee Shop, taste spinach bread at Khayelitsha's first green bakery, engage with reformed prisoners at the 18 Gangster Museum then try South African BBQ for lunch at Rands. Cape Town is known as the Mother City, and is the second most-populous city in South Africa. Take this exciting tour to discover some hidden gems and local culture whilst meeting locals. Maybe you'll even learn some Afrikaans along the way.

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What people are saying about Cape Town

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Our guide, Justin, was lively and entertaining. He managed to keep the group together well and no time was lost waiting for people to catch up. He was very informative, both at each stop and also on the walks between stops. The food and drink provided was very good. Enough to get a good taste of each one but not so much that you were too full to enjoy the next one. Lots of interesting tastes and all with a story behind them. The tour was great value for money and I would recommend it to anyone wanting a taste of Cape Town.

Despite the fact that I was the only participant, the trip was completed. I think that is really nice service. Incidentally, there was nothing to put a finger on. Everything ran smoothly and the guide was sweet to also help take pictures :)