Table Bay Offers Walking Tours of Cape Town

Cape Town and Table Mountain
Cape Town and Table Mountain // photo by Richard Tanswell via Flickr 

The Table Bay Hotel is providing guests with new and exciting ways to experience Cape Town. Located along the Victoria and Albert Waterfront, Table Bay is partnering with Reclaim Camissa, a local non-profit. Together they will provide travelers with a walking tour of Cape Town as well as a foraging walk with the executive chef at Turtle Bay, Jocelyn Myers-Adam.

During the walking tour, the guests will discover the natural elements while following the waters that run between Robben Island and Table Mountain areas. The water will lead them through mills, shrines, and historical sites. Guests will then stop at the Platterklip Waterfall, Dam and Mill, where the water conintues to flow. The walk lasts about an hour and a half, and it ends at Camissa restaurant in the Table Bay hotel.

The additional walking tour focuses on collecting local plants and herbs that Myers-Adam uses when she prepares meals at Camissa, which serves vegetarian dishes. Afterwards, Myers-Adam will lead a cooking workshop using the greenery found on the walk. 

For reservations contact or 27 11 780 7878