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Khayelitsha Routes

Khayelitsha is the largest township in Cape Town and is situated 30km south east of the
city centre, just off the N2. 

It’s a vibrant township known for its entrepreneurial spirit and social development projects. The people are friendly and inviting, the area is rich in culture and diversity, and is a truly South African experience that will stay with you forever.

The people are friendly and inviting, the area is rich in culture and diversity, and is a truly South African experience that will stay with you forever.

 

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For more information about Khayelitsha, please visit this link.

Khayelitsha Accommodation Route

Curated by Maria Maile

Maria Maile was born and raised in Graceland, Khayelitsha but lived in many areas of Cape Town before being able to buy her own house. Her working career has taken her from being a chef at the University of Cape Town to setting up various small businesses with like-minded women in her community. 

Khayelitsha Eat, Drink, Party Route

Curated by Abigail Mbalo

Abigail Mbalo, Founder and Creative Director of 4Roomed Ekasi Culture, is a Dental Technologist by profession. After participating in MasterChef SA, she wrapped her lab coat for an apron to follow her passion for food, art, and home decor.

Khayelitsha Arts, Culture & Shopping Route

Curated by Juma Mkwela

Juma Mkwela, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder has been an artist his whole lie, but he became active in the Cape Town art movement in 2009 when he began painting murals to bring social change.

Khayelitsha Adventure & Activities Route

Curated by Buntu Matole

Buntu has lived most of his life in Khayelitsha and through his love and passion for sports has travelled countrywide representing his school, community club and the province to promote positive change for his community.

Cape Town Tourism is the City of Cape Town’s official regional tourism organisation, responsible for destination marketing, visitor and industry services.

Successful tourism doesn’t just boost economies – it builds pride too. Cape Town Tourism believes in close encounters, people as the focus point of tourism, responsible living and immersion in the destinations and cultures we visit – this is what gives tourism in Cape Town its unique energy and appeal.