The Craft Crawl

Local Knowledge Cape Tours in Cape Town by Local Knowledge Cape Tours

R950 

In total. For:

adults and
children.
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More about The Craft Crawl

Cape Town is known for its trendy underground. Experience the emerging Cape ‘craft’ culture as we dedicate a day to those who dare to be different. Our experience aims to provide you with insight into the emerging world of craft markets, fashion, coffee, beer and gin.

Highlights: Exploring three of the best Saturday markets in Cape Town (the Oranjezicht City Farm Market, the Old Biscuit Mill Market and the Mojo Market), a coffee roasting and barista course at the famous Truth Coffee, gin tastings at one of Cape Town’s best distilleries, craft beer tasting at SA’s best taproom & sundowner drinks at a local secret spot.

Includes: Transport and driver, local guides, entrance fees at all locations, one coffee tasting, barista course, one beer tasting, one gin tastings and sundowners drinks.

Excludes: Meals, additional drinks and gratuities.

Guests will be asked to meet your guide at The Strangers Club Café (1 Braemar Road, Green Point) at 10:00AM.

Please note: -Strictly no under 18’s

What people say

I found The Craft Crawl tour with Local Knowledge to be an excellent experience especially because I...  -  Sean Fitzsimmons.

Arrangements

Duration:

9 hours

When:

All Year Round

Where:

Cape Town

Weather:

All weather conditions.

What to Wear:

Casual wear (be prepared for all weather conditions.)

Things to bring:

Water bottle, something warm and cash for additional food and drinks.

Guests or Spectators:

Only Paying Guests Allowed
Requirements

Min Age:

18
Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions:

Transport and driver, local guides, entrance fees at all locations, one coffee tasting, one beer tasting, one gin tasting and a sundowners drinks.

Exclusions:

Meals, additional drinks and gratuities.

Opinions On The Craft Crawl

What the locals say about The Craft Crawl.

Sean Fitzsimmons

I found The Craft Crawl tour with Local Knowledge to be an excellent experience especially because I was travelling solo. The team were punctual, friendly, easy going and professional tour guides. Great comms and they went out of their way to get me on a tour even though it wasn't available on the day. Keegan, my guide, drove me everywhere and showed me some secret vantage points of the Clifton, Camps Bay, cool bars, coffee shops, gin distilleries, local fashion shops in the city. I got to see more of the real Cape Town that day than I did in the whole week I was there. Cape Town is an amazing place and you need a local to show you around to get the full experience. Well done guys I will recommend your tours to my friends when they come out.


Bryan Sweat

Loved it. Did the Craft Crawl with Nick the day after doing Peninsula Vibes (also with Nick! Cheers Nick!). Was absolutely perfect to see some of the "must see" market scenes along with some hidden gems. Absolutely loved Pienaar and Sons. Loved how out of the way at felt. And the gentlemen there seemed so passionate about the gin. In fact I've sent them an inquiry to see if they distribute to anywhere in the States to get some more. Also loved the behind the scenes coffee experience at Truth. Appreciated Nick going out of his way to see if Innocent (?) could do the tasting with the 2 of us since another group cancelled. Loved Oranjezecht and Old Biscuit Mill as well. Perhaps my least favorite destination was the gin distillery near the Biscuit Mill. But I was still more than happy to sample as it made me appreciate Pienaar and Sons that much more. Also the tea gin was very unique. All in all it was exactly what we were looking for. Personally, I thought it was awesome to do Peninsula Vibes followed by Craft Crawl back to back. I have no idea what the numbers look like on your end, or how busy you are at various points of the year, but perhaps some sort of package deal may be something to look into, at least in the offseason. All the best, Bryan

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