Kiff Kombi Tours: Explore Cape Town’s Gems In A Colourful Van

Kiff Kombi Tours: Explore Cape Town’s Gems In A Colourful Van

Cool and colourful kombi tours of Cape Town.

Their website offers a little insight into what these tours are all about: kiff is South African slang for “super-cool” and a kombi is a camper van. So, when you hop on board one of these cool, colourful vans, be prepared for an equally colourful tour of the Cape, making stops at some of the city’s best gems.

Started by Capetonian Drew Campbell (who relocated to Australia and then moved back again), and his girlfriend Sophie Bagheri, in 2017, the super-cool tours whizz tourists (and locals) around the lesser-known territories of the Cape in a technicoloured camper van. So, if you’re craving a fun, adventurous, and unusual take on the Mother City, you might want to hop on one of these single- or multi-day trips.

The tours

There are seven single-day tours (around seven hours long) that ferry passengers from the colourful corners of Bo Kaap and the art-adorned streets of historical District Six to the lush vineyards in Constantia and the penguin-covered sands of Boulders Beach.

  • Urban Safari: Bo Kaap, District Six, Woodstock (brewery lunch), Chapman’s Peak (wine-tasting and sundowners)
    Cost R750 per person
  • The Road Trip: Chapman’s Peak, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point, Boulders Beach, Kalk Bay, Muizenberg
    Cost R750 per person
  • Craft-Beer Safari: Tour of four craft breweries (lunch and tastings).
    Cost R750 per person
  • Street Art & Township Tour: Langa (with a local guide, braai, Xhosa music, beer-tasting and local arts, craft and street art).
    Cost R750 per person.
  • Constantia Sunday Funday: Constantia (wine-tasting at an estate, craft-beer tasting and lunch at La Parada Constantia Nek).
    Cost R750 per person.
  • The Gin Jol: Tour of three of distilleries for tastings, ending at the Secret Gin Bar.
    Cost R770 per person
  • Wine, Beer & Biltong Safari: craft-beer tour and tasting, Cape’s oldest wine farms for biltong-and-wine pairing and a braai.
    Cost R800 per person

There are also five multi-day tours ranging in length and price (from R3 880 to R7 910 per person). The tours cover most of Cape Town, as well as exploring what the Garden Route has to offer while spending your nights in some of Cape Town’s most popular hostels. For more information, check out their multi-day packages.

Something extra

Like what you’re reading, but not sure the entire package (either multi-day or single day) is right for you? Kiff Kombi will help you customise your own adventure! Whether you’re planning a year-end celebration, birthday or bachelorette do, they’ll create the perfect journey for you! They also offer guided hikes along Platteklip Gorge, India Venster, Lion’s Head, Twelve Apostles and Devil’s Peak.

Beer in mind

But that’s not all Kiff Kombi has taken their brand to the next level by creating their very own craft beer, aptly called Kiff Brew. Their Llandudno Lager is named after one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, and encapsulates the laidback Capetonian way of life. If you want a glug of the good stuff with your mates, then best you book the single-day Craft Beer Safari.

Location Guests can arrange pick-up within the city bowl area

Date

Daily

Time

Daily (starting times vary; tours last five to seven hours)

Cost

R750 – R800 per person (day tours)
R3 880 – R7 190 per person (multi-day tours)
Book online

Contact

072 213 3888
bookings@kiffkombitours.co.za

Disclaimer:

The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 21 June 2018

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One Response to “Kiff Kombi Tours: Explore Cape Town’s Gems In A Colourful Van”

  1. Lallie

    Amazing idea!

    We need this in Cape Town

    Reply