AWIEF2024 Post Conference Day Tours

OPTION 1 

Pick up at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Table Mountain

Take the first cable car up the Mother City’s iconic mountain where your guide will narrate from this elevated space perspectives of South African history, and share insights into the city’s social geography.

Langa Quarter

Social Entrepreneurship from a Woman’s Point Of View at the Langa Quarter social enterprise precinct, Langa, with a presentation by and Q&A with local female entrepreneurs, including a tasting of black women-owned and produced wines. 

Lunch at the Black Marlin restaurant outside Simon’s Town. (Set menu with starter, main, dessert, and two soft drinks included.)

Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope

With dramatic cliffs, pristine beaches, and breathtaking views, the Cape Point nature reserve is truly a sight to behold. Cape Point is more than just a pretty place; it is also home to unique fauna and flora. Visit the Cape of Good Hope, one of the southernmost points of Africa, then hike to the lighthouse at the top of Cape Point.

Chapman’s Peak

A beautiful stop on a beautiful drive, Chapman’s Peak Drive is not only an “international tourist destination” but a thoroughfare between Hout Bay and Noordhoek with a toll gate in between. The views from the easily accessible viewpoint are spectacular.

Drop off at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

OPTION 2

Pick up from Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Table Mountain

Take the first cable car up the Mother City’s iconic mountain where your guide will narrate from this elevated space perspectives of South African history, and share insights into the city’s social geography.

Boulders Beach

Ancient granite boulders protect Boulders Beach from the wind and large waves, making it an ideal swimming spot. But the soft white sand and warm(ish) waters are not the only reasons why 60,000 visitors a year make their way along the coast, past Simon’s Town, to Boulders Beach. The local inhabitants – African penguins in their thousands – know how to pull the crowds.

Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope

With dramatic cliffs, pristine beaches, and breathtaking views, the Cape Point nature reserve is truly a sight to behold. Cape Point is more than just a pretty place; it is also home to unique fauna and flora. Visit the Cape of Good Hope, one of the southernmost points of Africa, then hike to the lighthouse at the top of Cape Point.

Lunch at the Black Marlin restaurant outside Simon’s Town. (Set menu with starter, main, dessert, and two soft drinks included.)

Chapman’s Peak

A beautiful stop on a beautiful drive, Chapman’s Peak Drive is not only an “international tourist destination” but a thoroughfare between Hout Bay and Noordhoek with a toll gate in between. The views from the easily accessible viewpoint are spectacular

Drop off at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

OPTION 3

Creative Industries Ecosystem Showcase – Providing insight into creative industries through engagements in music, art, craft food and wine.

Pick up from Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

Insight into the craft and design sector with a hosted visit to the Craft and Design Institute.

Film Focus with a panel of local filmmakers, hosted at Cape Town TV (CTV) in Observatory.

Lunch at CTV 

Concert and overview of the South African music industry with Hilton Schilder at his home in Parow.

Drop off at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

OPTION 4

Hospitality Ecosystem Showcase

Training

A hosted visit at the CPUT Hotel School at Granger Bay, with insights into training and hospitality development.

Business Models – Tourism and the Township

A presentation of the Visit Langa Destination Management model created for Langa by social enterprise incubator iKhaya le Langa, including tour development, and the Homestay Hotel model. 

Incubating Culinary Hospitality

Hosted by the Oranjezicht City Farm, with a focus on supporting the development of the food sector.

Best Practices

A hosted visit to the V&A Waterfront, a hospitality hotspot accounting for 5% of South Africa’s GDP. Insights into what makes Africa’s most visited tourism destination tick, with a focus on sustainable practices, and the visitor experience

Drop off at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)