culture walk

Explore a vibrant local market

Explore a vibrant local market

Duration:2.5 hours total
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

Hello, and welcome to Durban! I am a coordinator for a local NGO, Asiye eTafuleni, and run the Markets of Warwick tours- a community-based tourism project. You will be paired up with an informal trader affiliated to the NGO for a walking tour of the area. These guides have traded in Warwick Junction for many years- some work in the Traditional Herb and Medicine Market, others are hairdressers,…
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About Asiye eTafuleni

Asiye eTafuleni (AeT) is a non-profit organization focused on promoting and developing good practice and process around inclusive urban planning & design. We collaborate with informal workers and allied professionals in order to develop inclusive urban spaces that support sustainable livelihoods for informal workers.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to Asiye eTafuleni. .

What we’ll do

Meet your guide at the Queens coffee shop at the Victoria Street Market for your tour briefing. Your guide will then take you around the 9 markets of Warwick and tell you all about them on the way. Pick up some beautiful bead work, learn about traditional herbs and medicine, soak up the sights and sounds of Berea Station. After you’ve visited each market, your guide will return you to the start…

What else you should know

Regrettably due to the terrain the markets are not accessible to persons with disabilities.

What to bring

We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes
Wear sunscreen and a hat
Street market purchase are in cash only, local currency. We recommend bringing cash as there are no ATMs on the route.
You are welcome to bring a camera to take pictures. Your tour guide will instruct you as to where you may and may not take pictures in the markets.

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$18 per person
$18 per person