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Aunty Nita’s specializes in tours in the “Coloured” areas of the Cape Flats. We visit the Forgotten Heroes in Athlone which focuses on the role of the youth of the Cape Flats in our Liberation Struggle.
Through their heritage, tradition and culture you will learn more about the history of enslaved people and Political Exiles; and when it comes to food there are cooking classes and Fine Dining Bo-Kaap style savouring the tastes of Cape Malay fragrant meals and be sure to have entertainment with some Ghoema Music too.
Rashieda Ockards is that one caring community aunty that everyone greets and tends to pop in at, she is always giving something to nibble on and affectionately known by family, friends, and locals as Aunty Sieda. She has particularly become known for her donuts [a lighter less spicier version of the popular Cape Town Koesister
Brent Thomas and his family have carried on some of their traditional way of life by living off and in nature. As a family they have regular walks in the mountain and on the beach and within season and with their permits they would forage and collect what they need as part of their lifestyle. Passed on through the generations of the indigenous people as their forefathers, you get to have a taste and live a bit in the past.
Brent Thomas and his wife Donita a local traditional herbalist will take you on a hike, walking the footsteps of their forefathers and learning about the indigenous plants that grow in the mountains they live on and how they use it to make herbal remedies for their own use and the community they live in