Cape Town Art Safari

(cover image Cinga Samson “Before the day has a meaning”, oil on canvas, from his 2017Safari Fantasy exhibition. Cinga is a regular featured artist on the Cape Town Art Safari)

Duration: 4 hours (approx)
Private or groups tours only
Monday to Saturday

Pricing (pp) in ZAR

1R13 556R13 556
2R6 971R13 942
3R4 755R14 266
4R3 917R15 667
5R3 349R16 745
6R3 258R19 549
7R2 947R20 627
8R2 713R21 705
9R2 531R22 783

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  • Meet a local artist in their studio
  • Gallery visit
  • Artist hosted Street Art Tour


  • Mineral water
  • Private guide and vehicle
  • Collection from and return to accommodation, if centrally located
  • Any entrance fees if applicable


  • Discretionary tips
  • Meals

Best suited for travelers interested in

  • contemporary African fine art
  • meeting artists in studios for personal engagements
  • the future of African art
  • getting insider access to the contemporary art scene they wouldn’t otherwise get
  • art and community / economic development

This half day tour takes guests into the studios of fine artists in Cape Town for a totally fresh and contemporary look at the local art world. We start with a visit to a gallery, maybe the Stevenson, one of the top galleries in the city, maybe the Association for the Visual Arts, it all depends on what is showing. Then we meet a local graffiti artist and are hosted for a street art tour in Woodstock and Salt River, one of the country’s street art capitals, delving deep into the works themselves, public space as gallery space, and the tensions between art, capital and property. We finish with a visit to an artist in their studio, for insight into their work, and into the art scene as a whole.