Get a taste for Cape Town’s rich multi-ethnic cultures and food during this 4-hour culinary-themed cycling excursion with a private guide. Pedal the streets of Cape Town to visit neighborhoods like Bo Kaap and the V&A Waterfront, stopping to sample delicacies including ‘boerwors,’ (sausages), koeksisters (doughnut-like dessert), and samosas.
Savor Cape Town's multi-ethnic food culture, and sights, on a private culinary cycling tour
Ride 4 miles (6 kilometers) through Cape Town
Sample foods like samosas, 'Boerwors,' (traditional sausages), and 'koeksisters' (doughnuts)
Includes snacks, bike rental, helmet, and bottled water
Visit Cape Town areas like Bo Kaap and the V&A Waterfront
Meet your guide in the morning at the corner of Long and Waterkant Street in central Cape Town. After getting a bike and a helmet, you’ll proceed on a 4-mile (6-kilometer) cycling-themed food tour of this South African metropolis. As you pedal through the city, your guide will direct your attention to a variety of cultural landmarks. You’ll make your first stop in the colorful Bo Kaap area, long associated with the city’s “Cape Malay” residents, and proceed along a route heading for the V&A Waterfront area. While you cycle, you’ll also have time to fuel up with a variety of tasty South African food samples. Munch on local delicacies like samosas (an Indian-style pastry stuffed with vegetables, spices and sometimes meat), “Boerwors,” (traditional South African sausages), and koeksisters (a sweet that many compare to doughnuts). You’ll finish back at your original starting point.