Join me on a walking tour in Kalk Bay, a village that represents the colourful history of the past, combined with the art and charm of the present.
Once home to the earlier inhabitants who came from Indonesia, Philippinese, St. Helena Bay, Dutch, British, Sierra Leone, Italians and Greeks and who’s offspring still lives there. Find out from someone who lived and grew up in Kalk Bay, about a way of life, where people lived together in harmony whilst the rest of the country lived apart.
• Dalebrook Tidal pool
• Manila Steps
• The Cozyn family House
• The smallest Mosque
• Old washing dam
• Walk through the town with its eclectic and bohemian shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafes
• Fisherman Flats
• Fishing Harbour
Meet your host
Latifa Cozyn grew up on the False Bay coast, namely Kalk Bay and has an interesting background but what she passionately shares as a tour guide is her proud heritage of Cape Malay traditions and culture.
You will be mesmerised by the stories she shares and find out about her travels and experiences which add to the knowledge and passion of having her being your guide.