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This tour falls under Toerboer’s Sub - Division: UBUNtour. Ubuntour is derived from the word UBUNTU. Ubuntu is a Nguni Bantu term meaning "humanity". It is often also translated as "humanity towards others", but is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity"
Our UBUNtours are all about learning through experience. Immersing yourself in a different world. Travelling and communicating with other people, without prejudgment, and understanding. There is nothing like being among people of different cultures, to take a step into a world not yet discovered in yourself. Develop a love for other cultures and lifestyles. Appreciate the old and the new. Living with Purpose and intent is the new education.
Ignite your passion for learning and teaching.
Things to know Before you go
• We will be making use of private, public and Uber as means of transport throughout the tour.
• Accommodation is based on same sex, multi-rooms with private bathrooms for learners and Private Twin Rooms for Teachers.
• Cape Town in June is cool during the day and cold in the evenings. Pack accordingly.
• You’ll be doing a lot of walking – pack comfortable clothes and shoes.
• Read up: During this tour you will visit a number of galleries and urban art sites. Educate yourself.
• You’ll be painting a mural in Khayelitsha and doing an art Workshop in Woodstock. Pack old clothes, an apron or overall .
• Be ‘culturally aware‘ and adapt the way you travel. You will visit very diverse neighbourhoods of Cape Town.
• Travel the UBUNtour way: "Travel and communication with other people, without prejudgment, and with understanding. Nothing allows you to take a step into a world not yet discoverd in yourself like being among people of different cultures."
Fly from Johannesburg to Cape Town. Check-in to accommodation. Transfer to Cape Town CBD for dinner and a movie screening at Pink Flamingo Rooftop Cinema
Today you’ll make use of Cape Town’s My City Bus public transport system and make your way to the City Bowl to visit an array of art galleries including: Eclectica Contemporary, Goodman Gallery Cape Town and South African National Gallery.
After a late lunch (own account) you’ll make your way to Woodstock for a Street Art Tour of Woodstock and Salt River hosted by a local Artist. The day concludes with an art workshop and a light dinner in the studio.
After breakfast you will transfer to the Zeitz MOCCA for a guided tour of the largest contemporary art museum in Africa. Zeitz MOCAA is not the first of its kind, but it is the largest such institution on the continent, with 100 galleries spread over nine floors. It will focus exclusively on 21st-century work from Africa and the diaspora, centred around the private collection of Zeitz.
After your visit to the Zeitz you will be transferred to Khayelitsha for an afternoon township art tour . You’ll start with a traditional lunch at a local restaurant and from there your guide will walk you through the ‘’art’’ district. You will end the tour by painting your very own mural as a group. Before heading back to your hotel you’ll stop at Khayelitsha’s famous ‘’Department of Coffee’’ for a fresh cuppa.
Ater breakfast at the Mojo Market you’ll explore the Sea Point Promenade by bike. The Promenade is the safest place to ride a bicycle in Cape Town. It’s flat, wide and there are no cars to worry about. We’ll stop at all the beautiful art and sculptures along the way. Art-on-the-Promenade, it’s quite a concept, this idea of public art. Art designed for the public, to tell a story, to engage those walking/riding by.
After this relaxing bike ride we return to our accommodation for checkout. From there you transfer to the airport for your flight back to Johannesburg