Hidden in central Cape Town is the Bo-Kaap, just beyond the hassles and bustle, you will find this little treasure which is an attraction for many holidaymakers.
Colourful houses in Bo-Kaap
What is Bo-Kaap?
It is a multicultural area, tucked safely into the fold of signal hill. Use the cobble stoned streets as your guide and you will be lead into a lively suburb filled with brightly colored houses from the nineteenth and seventeenth century, Muslim saints shrines (“kramats“) and many beautiful “Mosques” including the first established Muslim Mosque in South Africa.
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Visiting Cape Town?
Book a Tour, it takes about an hour and for a bit longer can include a meal. Click here to book a tour.
For more Tours and things to do in Bo-Kaap and Cape Town, click here Things to Do
Why not stay close by, within walking distance to the city and easy access to the Waterfront and bus to Table Mountain: Find Accommodation here.