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Cape Town Bites & Bikes Tour

Cape Town

Activity Description

Indulge in traditional South African fare such as biltong, fish curry and
koesisters while exploring the culinary side of Cape Town by bicycle. This
half-day cycling tour will take you through the colourful streets of the
Bo-Kaap, with an optional visit to the legendary Atlas Spices, followed by an
exploration of De Waterkant, Green Point and the V&A Waterfront.


DurationOpen Ended
WhenMon - Sat. We are closed on 25 - 26 December, 1 January and the easter weekend.
Where& Bikes Cafe 32 loop Street Cape Town
WeatherAll our Tours are Weather dependent. Our Experiences guides makes a call on the morning of the activity and decide if the tour should proceed or not. In the case a of a cancellation we provide you with an alternative date for our next tour or will be refunded.
What to WearComfy clothes and closed shoes ideal for cycling.
Things to Bring Bring yourself, friends, comfortable shoes, sun block, a warm top / windbreaker, a camera and money for anything you wish to purchase along the way.
Guests or Spectators


Minimum Age16 years
Minimum Height0.0 m
Maximum Height0.0 m
Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement
Maximum Weight0.0 kg
CertificationNone Required
Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions


• Fully Guided Tour – 1 guide per 10 guests
• Hybrid Mountain Bike/City Bike and Helmet rental
• Snack Pack (including bottled water, choc & peanuts/raisins)
• 3 x Tasting Stops (Rooibos Tea & Rusks , Biltong & Appletiser ,Malay fish curry & Bobotie, Hertzoggie or Koeksister)


• Lunch although food is included these are tasting portions
• Gratuities
• Additional purchases made on the day


• Tours are weather Dependent.
• NB: Clients to ensure they are capable of cycling 15km over the course of a morning
• Client to be aware that bikes are Mountain Bikes, and not city cruisers

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