Other activities
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Visit Lookout Hill

Climb the platform build on the largest sand dune on the Cape Flats. This is the area where many coloured and black townships were created during South Africa’s apartheid era. From Lookout Hill one has a breath taking view over Khayelitsha, the Cape Flats and Table Mountain in the distance.

Visit Mzoli’s

Mzoli’s Place started as a butchery with a “shisa nyama”,  a local term used to describe an informal barbecue at a butchery, but has expanded to include live entertainment, music and a bar. If you are on the lookout for the latest and hottest South African acts, then Mzoli’s Place is your destination. Well-known DJs and bands regularly play there and it is the after-party venue for many of the cultural happenings in Cape Town.

Go out at Ace, the popular dancing place

Ace is where Khayelitshans braai and drink, every day of the week. The club itself is modern and always has a flat screen TV on. On Mondays, they braai up a full sheep on a spit, Wednesdays is a fish braai and ladies night and the club is generally packed between Friday and Sunday.

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Visit the Department of Coffee

Department of Coffee is South Africa’s first township based artisan coffee shop, located opposite the ever-busy Khayelitsha train station where you can pick up just about anything, from the latest hairstyle to braaied chicken feet! Department of Coffee brings coffee to the people, and even delivers at the local hospital, magistrate’s court, and Khayelitsha Mall.

Visit Maboneng Township Art Experience

Residents of Gugulethu transform their homes and public spaces into galleries, which will be showcasing the work of local and international artists. Along the pedestrian route, tour-goers can enjoy bright, beautiful murals on the surrounding walls and even stumble upon a street performance or two.

Unwind at Khayelitsha Wetland Park

This wetlands area has a continuously growing ecosystem, which nurtures and conserves a range of species; both faunal and floral. This is also an excellent example of sustainable development in the heart of an informal settlement. There is a playground for children, skate park and African mosaic murals for added interest.

Cooking Class Lungi's

Cooking Class

Lungi has a passion for food and cooking. First go shopping with Lungi and see where to get the most freshly products in the township. Get in touch with the Xhosa food and let Lungi show you how to prepare a delicious traditional meal. Afterwards you will dine together and you will take the inspiration of the South African cuisine home!

Djembe class

In cooperation with other township companies we also offer:

  • Beadwork class
  • Traditional meals, group lunches
  • Musical performances
  • Djembe class (African drumming)

As a member of the Cape Town Tourism and  part of a network of tourism business in Khayelitsha, Lungi can offer you on request other activities.