Spend an evening enjoying some of the best jazz music in Cape Town during a Jazz Safari. Meet some of the city’s jazz musicians, have dinner in the home of a local jazz artist, and take in two live performances during an evening tour of the Mother City.
Experience a night of pure excitement and exhilarating fun, tasting Authentic African flavors of up to 14 dishes from the African continent, and feeling the beat of the drum in your heart as you enter the doors at GOLD Restaurant in Cape Town. African drummers, singers, and dancers dressed in traditional African attire will entertain you with their drumbeats and musical song and dance as you enjoy interactive djembe drumming sessions. Get swept away as you immerse yourself in a unique African experience which includes Mali puppetry and dancing to the rhythms of marimba percussions and djembe drums. Benefit from hotel pick up and drop off in Cape Town.
Are you planning to visit Cape Town and have in mind to explore this beautiful City Night life with peace of mind? If your answer is yes to this question, please rest assured that we have what it takes to help you discover Cape Town's unique night life, ranging from Restaurant transfers, Bars and Nights Clubs, Casinos, Movies or any other thing or place you would like to explore at Night. We will provide you with a Personal Driver who knows the ins and outs of our beautiful city. The Luxury Vehicle and driver will be at your disposal for the duration of the evening giving you peace of mind that you know and trust the person driving you or your loved ones. Whilst we do understand that Cape Town is safe at night, it is proven that some Guests just want to have that extra piece of mind that they can trust who is driving them at Night. You Pay Per person in a private vehicle. Every where you go, your private driver will wait for you at the same place where he or she has dropped you at.
Khayelitsha is the biggest township in Cape Town by population. A township is a high density area and is normally home to the poorest of the poor. Khayelitsha is home mainly to the Xhosa people from the Eastern Cape but is a cultural melting pot - it also has a very small coloured population and foreigners which in the past has resulted in homophobic attacks.
On entering Khayelitsha you will be greeted by shacks especially along the National Highway. Across the Highway would be upmarket houses. It really is a tale of two cities. The National Highway illustrates why South Africa has one of the greatest gaps between the poor and the rich.
Despite the poverty issues, Khayelitsha has a rich and vibrant culture. Its known for its vibrancy and love of South African music as evidence by the birth of Rands lifestyle space in Khayelitsha in 2015. You will experience music, bear and African food in a friendly and safe atmosphere. A tour to Cape Town is not complete without a visit to Rands.
This tour is unique because you have the opportunity to meet, engage with the locals and tap into the nightlife of Cape Town with friends rather than going alone. Depending on your budget and taste for music, there plenty of options available to dance the night away. We also added a curated drinking experience with a gin tasting at our meeting point.