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Be prepared for an unforgettable journey into this village. The residents are people full of hope for the future and appear to be happy. The children are beautiful. The conditions they live in have to be seen to be believed, corrugated iron and old timber make shift homes. Most do not have toilets, showers or even running water. These facilities... 更多
I really enjoyed touring the township. It was really a special experience and one that I will never forget. If I ever go to Cape Town again, I will do this township tour. We went briefly through here on the Hop on Hop Off Tour but our guide was very nice and informative. Really great experience.
Any trip to Cape Town cannot be complete without a tour of one of its many townships. They sprawl for miles and miles and at times punctuate the beautiful landscapes, appearing intimidatingly impenetrable for western tourists. But our guide - Mr X - was the perfect host as he showed us the different sides of township life in Langa, from... 更多
Mzu, the MD of this township tour business in an inspirational person who works so hard to educate tourists about the work still needed in the Townships of South Africa. As he himself says, South Africans may be free but there is so much work still to do. We went with a local friend who also works in education in... 更多
A highlight of my trip to Cape Town was the tour of the Langa and Khayelitsha townships organised by Imizamo Yethu Tours. I was after a genuine tour by a resident of the townships, so I tried to avoid any of the big commercial providers. And I found the real deal. Met Mzu, our tour guide (and owner of Imizamo... 更多
We stopped off here on a HOHO bus tour, were met by the tour guide Ken and he was very friendly. We then spent over an hour walking through the township. He showed us the houses, businesses, where they go to school and also the church. It really is a must visit if you do the Blue tour. Such an... 更多
It's educational, eye-opener & certainly soul searching! It's worth to see the everyday life & living conditions of the locals. PS. - It would be nice to bring some treats (sweets/chocolates) for the children.
This trip i was lucky enough to be taken on by the founder Mzu lambeni. He was on time and pleasant from the start. Whilst on our trip he began by teaching us words and meanings for the township. we can honestly say this was brilliant.OK i didn't enjoy seeing people in such poverty,but it has taken this to make... 更多
We stopped for a tour from the Hop-on Hop-off tour bus and had a wonderful ambassador take us for a tour, letting us see how the people live, the progress that has been made and the progress that is still much-needed. Going with a guide is absolutely critical. One of our party is a large man with an injury that... 更多
I was the only person opting for this visit as on option on a crowded hop on/off bus. My tour guide was informative on how the people lived in this primitive township. Over 30,000 people live in a small area with no sewage or hot water yet businesses thrive for their occupants. This area is an unbelievable contrast to the... 更多