Kiff Kombi Tours

Hop inside an authentically African Kombi for a day of exploring. Organise a pick-up location in Cape Town and we’ll come get you and your group at your convenience – any accommodation in the city bowl area. The licensed driver will make sure that your Cape Town day tour goes down without a hitch.

Brief Itinerary:

  1. Bo Kaap neighbourhood
  2. District Six neighbourhood history & political street art
  3. Lunch @ Devil’s Peak Brewery (Woodstock): Beer and food pairing or wine available (vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options are available)
  4. Drive through renowned Woodstock area and street art initiative
  5. Signal Hill viewpoint and drinks (some drinks supplied, but BYO encouraged)
  6. Wine tasting!
  7. Chapman’s Peak Drive meander
  8. Sundowners in a secret spot on boulders overlooking the ocean


  • Accredited local guide and driver
  • Lunch @ Devil’s Peak Brewery: Beer and food pairing board or wine avail.
  • Wine Tasting @ Cape Point Vineyards
  • Chapman’s peak fees
  • Pick up & drop off from city bowl accommodation

Detailed Itinerary:

District Six and street art neighbourhoods
Experience the Mother City in one of the most authentic ways possible. Here you will be shown graffiti that touch on social issues, murals that speak of a deep connection to Africa, and abstract paintings of things meaningful to the local residents. We also travel through Woodstock where we take you through the narrow roads to show you the neighbourhood street art. Good luck choosing your favourite ones, as there is a wide variety of talent on display.

Devil’s Peak Brewery for craft beer and food pairing (Not on Saturdays)
Our next stop is the Devil’s Peak Tap Room. Home to arguably the best beer in South Africa and has grown enormously from its humble garage beginnings in 2012. Enjoy a beer and food pairing as you take in the magnificent view of the Devil’s Peak Mountain. And for those of us who don’t quite fancy beer, wine is available as well.

Old Biscuit Mill Neighbourgoods Market (Saturdays Only)
The Old Biscuit Mill is best described as an organic food extravaganza, a foodie’s heaven on earth where anyone can find a cuisine that tickles your fancy. Think Cape Malay curries, braai’d (coal fired barbequed) meats, gastronomic burgers, pastry treats, biltong (dried game meats), gluten free, vegan, and many other African, European and Asian infused cuisines.

Colourful Bo-Kaap Neighbourhood
Next up is a visit to the colourful Bo-Kaap neighbourhood. Formerly known as the Cape Malay Quarter, the multicultural residents of this old district have brightened up the entire city with their daring and vibrant colour schemes. Learn about their origins and how this place came about. If you’re looking for a way to feel the true spirit and energy of Cape Town locals, this is the best way to do it.

Signal Hill City Viewpoint
Signal Hill offers 360° views of the sprawling city centre and beyond, as well as sights like Table Mountain and Lion’s Head in full glory, Robben Island, and Table Bay. Enjoy the scenery on the grassy slopes as you look out over the Football World Cup venue of the Cape Town Stadium.

Wine tasting at arguably the most beautiful winery in Cape Town
Just as you thought it couldn’t get any more scenic, we visit Cape Town’s most stunning winery where we take in the quiet beauty of Noordhoek beach as well as the dramatic mountain range. On Saturdays we include a tasty wine and cheese pairing board!

Meander along the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive
This is definitely one of the most scenic drives in the world. Carved out of the rock face, the slow winding road offers jaw-dropping views with the various stopping points along the road offering prime views for that perfect Instagram photo – no filter needed.

Secret Sundowner Spot
The day will be coming to an end shortly, and the only way to get the complete view is to chill out with a sundowner drink perched on some boulders overlooking the ocean. We will take you to our secret spot for perfect views so you can watch the sun go down in African style.


Price per personFrom R1000/person
Length6 - 7 Hours
Departure Time11.30am - 6.30pm (approximately)
Start PointPickup in Cape Town City Bowl areas
End PointDrop off in Cape Town City Bowl areas
DepartsONLY on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
MealsLunch at Devil’s Peak Brewery