Curated by locals who know the secrets of the city, Mapmyway helps you find your way to places and events that appeal to your personal taste.
Gavin Morris, the Director of the SA Jewish Museum, suggests that this walk is a good start to connect with the local Jewish narrative past and present.
Buntu Matole shares his passion for sports and adventure activities within Khayelitsha.
Neil Piper takes you to 6 award winning wine estates.
StreetSmart Johannesburg Route
StreetSmart Knysna Route
StreetSmart Cape Town City Bowl Route.
Table Mountain Hiking Trails Route with useful suggestions for a coffee, breakfast or lunch break afterwards as your reward.
Abigail Mbalo takes you to exciting places to enjoy the good times in Khayelitsha.
This is a snap intro to what’s in walking distance from the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
StreetSmart Prince Albert
StreetSmart Stellenbosch & Somerset West
Come explore the shops and creative arts scene in Khayelitsha with Juma Mkwela.
StreetSmart Oudtshoorn Route
StreetSmart Atlantic Seaboard curated route.
Maria Maile recommends some great places to stay in hospitable Khayelitsha.
StreetSmart Swellendam Route
StreetSmart Northern Suburbs & Blaauberg Route introduction.
StreetSmart picks along the Cape south coast and Garden Route.
Nancy Richards shares her Women’s Circle-in-the-City Route.
Iziko Museums of South Africa (Iziko) operates 11 national museums, each with its own history and character.
Discover some of Cape Town’s rich and varied heritage with Fagmee Jacobs.
StreetSmart South Peninsula & False Bay Route introduction.
Gwynne Robins and Mohammad Groenewald take you on a journey to the Religious Heart of the City.
Retired restaurateur, Caroline Bagley, shares her favourite StreetSmart spots to relax, all within 5 minutes from her home.
Discover interesting museums and galleries along the scenic Cape Point Art Route.
Neil Piper takes you to 5 award winning wine estates.
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.