In the city of wonder, situated on the shores of the Western Cape, in South Africa, is a rich history, filled with memories of pain, trial and error, challenges and on a good note, also triumphant moments.
The origins of the city have been told time and time again in various ways. How the city has managed to adhere to a rainbow nation, however, is a question that till today, visitors ask the residents of Cape Town.
History can be found on the historical streets that have been flooded with art and cultural diversity that travel’s about and through it every single day.
Whether you’re planning on visiting the Bo-Kaap or District Six, there is plenty to do around Cape Town, regarding the culture of Islam.
Boasting with some of the most incredible mosques, kramats, art, music, monuments, landmarks, museums, as well as architecture, there is much to look at and experience when in Cape Town, for the Muslim-tourist.
There are plenty of half day and full day tours available for a Halal-friendly experience.
4 of the Best Cultural Tours for Muslim Tourists in Cape Town
Day Tours by Bike
For a full day tour, one can hop on a bike for a cultural experience, to witness the sights of some of Cape Towns’ most sought-after tourist destinations, including Robben Island, Chapmen’s Peak and the Castle of Good Hope. On this tour, you can rent a bicycle, along with a helmet and even a tour guide.
Day Tours by Foot
For those who would like to take in the mother-city in all its glory, why not enjoy the experience with a pleasant walk around town?
There are specially trained tour guides that will guide you through the historic streets in the city, educating you about the past 350 years of its vibrant past, which includes a lot of tragedy, but also beauty due to the establishment of the Cape, along with an end of an Apartheid era.
Bo-Kaap Day Tour
They say that good things come in small packages. However, those who say so, are yet to experience this colorful part of Cape Town, which is filled with Muslim culture and heritage that will serve as an interest to fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.
With a view from Signal Hill, exploring 18th-century homes, Cape Malay cuisine, mosques, all with the assistance of a tour guide, this is a memorable tour you won’t forget.
Exclusive Day Tours – Culture-Oriented
Want to experience the city by drive? Well, we’ve got just the tour for you.
For a drive through history in a luxurious air-conditioned 7-seater microbus, complete with refreshments, join the Hylton Ross Exclusive Tours, for sightseeing of Table Mountain, Wine Tasting in Constantia, the Castle of Good Hope and impeccable cuisine.
Halal Tourism South Africa provides Islamic tours both locally and internationally.