Tours & Talks

Join us for a journey through the city.

Tours

The Makhanda Tour

A 3-hour morning bus tour of Makhanda (Grahamstown) with fascinating stops along the way.

R300/person

The Eastern Cape Golf Challenge

This tour is in development, but contact us to find out more.

The Grahamstown Ghost Tour

R150/person

Minimum of 3 people. Contact us to book.

Beckmann’s tours & safaris

A small, private, owner-run and guided South African-based tour and safari company. Focused on your experience is owner and front man wildlife guide Luke Beckmann and his wife Mandy.

Ottours “The Spirit of Life” Township Tour

Ottours has been operating since 2009 and specialises in exposing AmaXhosa culture and oral stories that are narrated by the elderly people in township and villages.

King Lobengula Cultural Experience

This tour is in development, but contact us to find out more.

Talks

Grahamstown: Past, Present, Future.

An historic and cultural review of the past, analysis of the present, and realistic dreams for the future. Price excludes travel and expenses. Special rates available for schools, community organisations etc.

R5,000/person

Leadership and Communication for Grahamstown.

A one hour highlights package of the “Rhodes Business School Communication Intelligence 2-Day Certificate Course” with special applicability for Grahamstown. Price excludes travel and expenses. Special rates available for schools, community organisations etc.

R5,000/person

Rhodes Business School Certificate in Communication Intelligence

More information is available through the Rhodes Business School Website – link below. 

Tailored Communication Intelligence courses

Communication is vital in every aspect of our lives. The aim of the course is to enable managers, executives and others to be aware of their personal communication preference styles, the styles of others, as well as the communication features of introverts and extroverts. The goal is for students to develop their Communication Intelligence and the purpose is to become more effective communicators in their roles as leaders and managers. The course can be conducted anywhere, however, our “home base” has significance. St Philips Anglican Church in Fingo Village (Makhanda East) has historical, religious, political and cultural significance. The religious, sacred space is acknowledged but the course is secular. A fitting venue as we strive to communicate more effectively with one another in our multi-cultural country.

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