Lunch is included
Mon - Sat from 10h00 - 13h00
You're welcome to take photos
Tour runs rain or shine. In the rainy season (May - Oct) a light raincoat and umbrella is advised
Includes return transfers between our meeting point and Kayamandi.
Your guide will meet you at 09h45 at Stellenbosch Wine Route office for your free transfer to Kayamandi township.
In Kayamandi, she will take you on a leisurely walk to meet local artists and entrepreneurs and get insights into the lifestyle of millions of South Africans. Take your camera, as you’ll be greeted by many friendly faces.
At the end of the walk, you’ll be welcomed into a family home where you’ll help prepare simple Xhosa dishes. Then you’ll sit down for a feast of a lunch.
Around 13h, you’ll say good-bye to your new friends and be transferred back to central Stellenbosch with a full tummy and a warmed heart.
Pick-up point for your transfer to Kayamandi:
Stellenbosch Wine Route office at 47 Church (aka 'Kerk') street , Stellenbosch Central, Stellenbosch 7600.
Street names are at the BOTTOM of the sidewalk in yellow and black.
Parking Options (you'll need R50 - R100 in cash):
a) On-street parking around our meeting point in Church / Kerk street
b) Open-air parking area in Plein street (between Decameron Restaurant and Botanical Garden)
c) Covered parking at the Eikestad Mall
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
The tours are held rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. During the winter seasons it’s important to bring a light rain jacket. We advise to check the weather conditions for your day’s event and dress appropriately.
Locations in the Stellenbosch town centre are wheelchair accessible. However, our Kayamandi tour is not wheelchair accessible. For all our tours, we recommend contacting us for private tour options where we’d happily adapt the route to suit your specific needs.
You should bring a camera, small bottle of water and wear comfortable shoes. When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. During the winter seasons it’s important to bring a light rain coat.
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Mia Vaes, Belgium
"Thembi was an excellent guide! It was the best thing we did while in South Africa. We learned so much.Top of the bill was our visit to Jimmy, a ceramist, not to forget our lunch. No 5-star restaurant can beat her cooking! Thank you all the friendly people we met. You will forever be in our hearts."