We start our tour at the intersection of Wale and Buitengracht Streets, on the outskirts of this colourful, vibrant area known as the "Upper Cape" or the Bokaap. We visit the oldest house in the area, and the Bokaap Museum before heading over to meet the Spice Girls at Atlas Spices, the most famous spice shop in the Mother City. From there we head to picturesque Chiappini Street before moving to the best view of Table Mountain from the Bokaap.
We end our tour at the oldest mosque in the Mother City and hence the oldest mosque in South Africa.
|Public Experience||Private/Custom Experience|
|Who||You will be one of several joining the experience from across the globe.||Exclusive experience for you and/or your party|
|Interaction||You will get a chance to ask questions, however, the guide will be attending to all participants.||You will get more one on one time with your guide throughout the experience.|
|Experience||Standard, curated for the public.||You can make custom requests to your interests.|
|When||Choose from an available time.||Choose from an available time slot or request a specific date and time.|
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Preparing for your Experience
A stable internet connection and zoom account
Meet Your Guide
Aunty Nita's Tours
I was born on the Cape Flats during Apartheid. Back then the City was a place we visited on special occasions - e.g. at Christmas time to see the lights. Today, I am a married mom of 2 crazy kids, and only stepped into what I believe is my purpose, becoming a tourist guide in 2017, when I stepped out of the corporate madness into the most fulfilling job imaginable.
I absolutely love walking through the Mother City. I am energized by her - her beauty, her secrets, her characters, her past and most importantly her present!!
Become part of the Aunty Nita's family as I take you on a journey of discovery through the most beautiful city in South Africa, and almost definitely, the world!
Natick Community-Senior Center - Wanderer
It was fun to walk along with Anita and hear about the local sites. This was a really nice, chill activity to do--Anita did all the work!