A March Through Time - A Historic Live Walking Tour

by Aunty Nita's Tours
  • Location
    Cape Town, South Africa
  • Duration
  • Group Size
    Up to 100+ guests
  • Language(s)
    • English
  • $


We start our tour at the Green Market Square, before heading to the iconic St. George's Cathedral and the Company Gardens.  From here our walk takes us along Government Avenue, along Adderley Street and to the ever bustling Flower Sellers at Trafalgar Place.

After enjoying the flowers, we make our way to the Grand Parade, to end at the gorgeous City Hall where Nelson Mandela made his first speech after being freed from 27 years of imprisonment on 11 Feb 1990.

Meet Your Live Virtual Guide

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Anita Hermanus
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!

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  • Lydia T - Globetrotter

    I feel like I experienced the real Cape Town, where the people go to the markets and the flower shops - which were beautiful. I was especially moved by the names of the slaves on those memorial blocks.  And to get to do it with a local guide felt special.

  • Jess T- Belmont Village - Voyager

    My Residents really loved Cape Town and especially our guide,  Anita! She has an infectious joy that really translated through the platform and kept them engaged! 5 stars and many, many thumbs up!