MANDELA IN CAPE TOWN: FROM PRISONER TO PRESIDENT
This story is rich with elements of human drama: pain & heartache, bravery & courage, secrecy and intrigue. Amongst the players is a president, a chief of prison, a spy and a prisoner. The setting is Cape Town.
When most people think about Mandela and Cape Town they don’t see beyond Robben Island, but Cape Town has a captivating Mandela story to tell as it provided the setting for the unfolding of a series of significant and secretive meetings that led to the surprise release of Mandela and the unbanning of the ANC in February 1990.
Join us for a 2 ½ hour walk, which covers approximately 2km of the historic and cultural heart of Cape Town and brings to life the journey Mandela took from his conviction in 1964 at the Rivonia Trial, his time as a prisoner on Robben Island until his current status as a global icon of bravery and freedom
Price: R2110 (1-4 guests), R448 per each additional person (valid end-Sept 2020)
*For peak season bookings (15 Dec-15 Jan (incl.)) please add 25% to above rates
|TOUR||Mandela in Cape Town: From Prisoner to President||Cultural & Historical|
|Description||Guided walking tour bringing to life a series of significant events in Mandela’s time in Cape Town both as a prisoner on Robben Island and eventually as our first democratically-elected president|
|Meet||On steps of Robert Gray Memorial, top of St George’s Mall, between Taj Hotel and Mandela Rhodes Place|
|When||10.30 or 14.30 (private bases only)||Duration:||2½ hours|
|Bookings Essential||Mobile or Email||083 309 5378 /083 452 1112|