Our Philanthropic cultural tours focuses on the Cape Flats region and the ‘Coloured’ (mixed race) townships in Cape Town. Just over 50% of the population in Cape Town & the Western Cape province is classified as ‘Coloured’; who too were marginalised under the Apartheid regime. The Flats, as it are known by the locals, has a rich struggle history and this is reflected in their cultural offerings and stories.
Bonteheuwel (Colourful Hills) is a working-class township which was established in the 1960’s as a new home for the victims of the Group Areas Act, especially those forcibly removed from District Six.
Join us on an informative and interactive morning tour which comprises visits to 3 or 4 beneficiaries who are mostly privately funded, currently functional and doing amazing work in their respective communities. The beneficiaries visited benefit directly by the proceeds of the sale of our tours.