Cultural Khayelitsha Tour

Khayelitsha is a sensitive area because of the high levels of poverty and the social political climate in South Africa. For this reason, this tour will only be offered when we feel that it is safe to take clients to visit the area. We will put all measures in place to ensure the safe visit to this area, but we will not be held liable if an unforeseen incident do incur on a township tour.


Example of itinerary

Ratanga Junction (The informal part of Khayelitsha)

ST MARKS church, and Anglican church at the CPUT campus, where there has been one of the most profound protests during the Apartheid era by the local community.

Khayelitsha Community Centre and Lookout Point

The best vantage point to realise the actual size of Khayelitsha, and overlook the varoius parts of the township and spectacular views up to the ocean. Constructed in 2004, Lookout Hill is a tourism facility that houses a function hall, restaurant, and arts and crafts stalls – attracting a number of tourists.

Sikis – coffee roastery

Sikis Coffee is a Khayelitsha based business that is uniting people to work together. Sikis Coffee is an African blend packed with flavour.

Gangster’s Museum

18 Gangster Museum is the first of its kind in Africa. This innovative living museum aims to help South African youth to better understand the treacherous path that too many in their communities take into gangsterism and, ultimately, prison. More importantly, 18 Gangster Museum seeks to offer a positive alternative.

The Spinach King (At the Khayelitsha Mall)

Spinach King was established in 2011 by Lufefe Nomjana from the RAA UCT graduate school of business. The aim of the company is to promote the consumption of spinach by producing innovative spinach products. Spinach contains all six major classes of nutrients and it is one of the most highly affordable vegetables in the world.