Cape Town Art Scene Tours
Art is a window to an unspoken language. Join us for a stroll down Kloof Street or a drive through Woodstock and experience the South African art culture from paintings and sculptures to modern street art. From the MOMO Gallery in the Bo Kaap to the Streets of Woodstock, we cover the different tastes of South African art. For the serious art buff the largest art gallery in Africa called the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa is a must see. Art tours are customised to fit your schedule and range from three to seven hours.
- Transfer from/to hotel in the Cape Town area.
- Registered and certified guide.
- Luxury transportation.
- Refreshments during transportation.
- WiFi in vehicle.
- Entrance fees and activities as specified in the individual itinerary provided.
- Information Pack.
What’s not included:
- All meals.
Panoramic views and landscapes
Enjoy a spellbinding encounter with the extraordinary natural beauty of the Cape region – its rugged Peninsula coastline, the rolling green and golden vineyards of the Winelands, the panoramic views from Table Mountain. There is beauty at every turn on scenic drives through the Cape.
Special Interest Experiences
Photography, Nature, Hiking, Art
Delve under the skin of the Cape region for an in-depth exploration of the special interest experiences on offer.
Feed your adrenaline habit
Make unforgettable memories with The Cape Explorer as you indulge in an array of adventure experiences that can be tailor-made with your specific requirements in mind.
Tailor-made to your requirements
Stopping in Cape Town on your cruise? Stretch your sea legs and join The Cape Explorer for a tailor-made discovery of the Cape.
Transfer & Charter Services
Reliable airport and chauffeur drive
The Cape Explorer offers transfer and charter services upon request, including transfers from and to Cape Town International Airport.
Property Orientation Drives
Inside insights and local know-how
Are you a property investor seeking insider insights and local know-how when buying property in the Cape region?