R450 

In total. For:

adults and
children.
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More about Kayamandi on Foot

This three-hour walking adventure starts and ends at the Ikhaya Trust Centre in Kayamandi, where you will meet your local resident guide, receive a historic briefing on the area, discuss your particular interest in the Township and enjoy a cup of coffee at the Amazink restaurant. The walking journey sets off in a circular route weaving through shacks and stops are made at various participating community attractions, where you can meet and chat with residents. Attractions include visiting local homes, churches, hostels, spaza shops, African barbershops, craft shops, development organizations, schools, and the local taxi rank. Upon return, visitors can view the Vision Afrika school within the Ikhaya Trust Centre and have the opportunity to buy locally produced craft items from our community shop.

Arrangements

Duration:

2 hours 30 minutes

When:

We are open all year round but closed between December 14 to January 14

Where:

Ikhaya Trust Centre in Kayamandi

Weather:

Weather dependent service.

What to Wear:

Comfortable walking shoes and clothes. Be prepared for all weather conditions.

Things to bring:

Please contact us directly to book for groups of more than 10 people. Bring a sunhat and sunblock along in the summer Bring a raincoat, umbrella and plastic boots along in winter Bring water along for the walk.

Guests or Spectators:

Only paying guest allowed on tour.
Requirements

Min Age:

2

Fitness:

average
Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions:

Historical briefing Guided walking tour through Kayamandi Registered community-based tour guide (one guide per 10 guests) Parking Toilet facilities in the Ikahya Trust Centre

Exclusions:

Transport to the Ikhaya Trust Centre where the tour starts. To arrange transport please click here Refreshments. It is recommended that you bring water along. Refreshments can be purchased at spaza shops along the way. Any additional purchased along the route. It is advised to bring cash along for the purchase of refreshments, crafts and clothing for sale on the route. Buying from the various informal busi-nesses on the route directly stimulates the economy of Khayamandi.

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