South Africa in her most natural state is filled with picturesque habitat that beckons one to spend as much time as possible outdoors. For this reason, walking tours are a hit in the major cities like Durban, Cape Town and Joburg. Try these out:
Beset Durban – is a monthly walk founded by four friends namely Jonas Barausse, Mark Bellingan, Cameron Finnie and Dane Forman. The walk is free and takes place every four to six weeks, the aim of it is to explore the city.
Maboneng Precinct Tour – The precinct has become a hotspot for travellers who want to experience Johannesburg at grassroots level and to find hidden treasures within the city, as well as a popular hangout spot for locals. The two-hour walk covers art, gallery visits and Kwa Mai-Mai Traditional Healers Market.
Cape Town Free Walking Tours – Those who want to explore Cape Town should try these. The organisation offers five walks daily – for free! They showcase Cape Town’s most iconic spots and are 90 minutes long. The Taste of Cape Town, Jewellery and Diamond tour, Bokaap and Historical Tour are some of the offerings.
Walking safaris in Marakele National Park – This a 2- 3 hour walk in the wild through the Kruger National Park. The guides lead the group of tourists for wildlife sitings without disturbing them.
Table Mountains Walks – This is believed to be one of the most breathtaking views in the world. Tourists gets to explore the natural beauty of the mountains and learn more about pieces of history while walking.
Cape Town Food Tours – Tour for foodies guided on the old town centre, including a visit to the oldest restored townhouse in South Africa. The experience includes indigenous tea-tasting with rusks and of course, wine-tasting. During the Foodies on Foot walking tour, travellers get to sample the flavours of Stellenbosch, from a variety of sweet and savoury handcrafted products to a sit-down lunch.