Take a colourful yet emotive journey through Cape Town’s history of diverse cultures and communities, specifically that of the freed slave community, and the communities affected by ”Apartheid”. Learn of how South Africa became a Democracy for all its citizens, no matter ones culture, and ethnic background. Visit the Bo-Kaap a historically freed slave community that has influenced the religion and language of many South Africans, now a community under gentrification. Learn of communities such as District Six in Cape Town that was affected by the laws of “Apartheid” forcibly removed and displaced under the “Group Areas Act”
Visit the first township in South Africa to gain insight into how the majorty of South African’s were marganalised and forced to work under harsh conditions. Tour the community project at the heart of this township and learn from local’s of its history and struggles, and mix of modern and tribal culture.
Ferry from the V& A Waterfront to Robben Island, for a guided tour of the prison that housed three former presidents of South Africa, and learn of their influence that has shaped the South African Story.