Dirk Havenga, founder of this family-owned company, is a born and bred Capetonian with eight years of tourism and guiding experience in the Western Cape. Dirk and his wife and fellow Capetonian Laetitia are the soul and inspiration of 34° South Tours. They are passionate about South Africa and find great satisfaction in sharing this special country with overseas guests. 34° South Tours believes your tour guide is the distinguishing factor between a brilliant tour and an average one. We…Read more
Experience Cape Town and the Western Cape in all its totality and majesty. Grant yourself the time to delve into our immensely diverse and exciting destination. Immerse yourself in our cultural melting pot and savour experiences so unique they’ll remain with you for a lifetime.
Why Cape Town
Few places on earth can compare with Cape Town and the Western Cape as an adventure and sporting mecca. Mountains await hikers,bungee jumbers and rock climbers, oceans are ready for surfersshark…Read more
Don your “kaparangs”and join us on a walk through the Mother City visiting;
- Castle of Good Hope
- District Six Museum
- Slave Lodge
- Company’s Gardens
- Greenmarket Square
- Bo Kaap
If time allows, Noon Gun
……in the footsteps of our forefathers….Read more
Cape Town Free Walking Tours offers Two daily Walking Tours at 8:50a.m/11a.m/2p.m and 16:20 p.m in Green Market Square for Historic Tour, Bo Kaap Tour and Distric Six tour.
Every single day, rain or shine, Sunday or holiday, we will be there - try for yourself. No booking needed!
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Cheryl Scott was born in Cape Town, A destination known for its UNIQUE experiences, magnificent scenery & history. Her love of Cape Town has made her a Top Tour Guide in the region, having extensive knowledge of the colourful history of the Cape, as well as her keen interest in viticulture and the wine industry. Her portfolio includes Public Relations, having worked for Fuji Film & Olympus Cameras, a position which involved a tremendous amount of travelling in the Cape area – up to…Read more