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Offbeat Tours Cape Town - CLOSED

Samhitakasha Cob House, Cape Town Central 7945, South Africa
+27 21 788 6613
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A unique and insightful experience of the Cape winelands

My parents, adult siblings and I had the pleasure of a wine tour with Simric in early January. As a... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2012
justgottaseeit
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Calgary
Offbeat .. Customised..Excellent

Scrambling up a hill to a cave thought to be sacred. Experiencing the atmosphere and the healing... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2011
Gruvie
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Toronto, Canada
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Conscious, imaginative tours for ethical travellers, taking in the traditional Cape highlights (but with entertaining “insider” knowledge of cultural and green issues, and additional “organic” stops), or producing more customised tours for your personal interests. Examples include organic wine tours, green projects on the Cape Flats, creative/performing arts events, hikes to spiritual sites… guides in English and French, 15 years working in the "Cape Town scene" - and builders of the Cape's greenest B&B!
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7 Feb 2012
“A unique and insightful experience of the Cape winelands”
14 May 2011
“Offbeat .. Customised..Excellent”
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Samhitakasha Cob House, Cape Town Central 7945, South Africa
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+27 21 788 6613
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Reviewed 8 February 2012

My parents, adult siblings and I had the pleasure of a wine tour with Simric in early January. As a guide, Simric was knowledgeable and brought a lot of historical and social context to the areas we visited. A focus on sustainable wine farming made...More

1  Thank justgottaseeit
Reviewed 15 May 2011

Scrambling up a hill to a cave thought to be sacred. Experiencing the atmosphere and the healing words of a Sangoma in her community space. Visiting a permaculture garden in Mitchell Plains and learning about the unique and valuable flora of the region. Simric added...More

1  Thank Gruvie
Reviewed 18 March 2011

Thank you for a most enjoyable and interesting morning touring some of the historic sites of Cape Town. Simric has a wealth of knowledge covering many topics and added in many delightful anecdotes and stories to bring the past of this fascinating city alive for...More

1  Thank AlmondOwl