Hello Jabulani!

The 25th of November marked the last hike for the year for many Bantu Hikers, with most professionals heading back home for the festive season, it was fitting to celebrate in the winelands of Stellenbosch. The day began with a hike at Dirtopia, followed by wine tasting at Warwick then concluded at the Root 44 […]

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Heita, Heritage Hike

In celebration of Heritage Day, Bantu Hikers summited one of the iconic “big three” mountains in Cape Town, Devil’s Peak on the 24th of September. Both the 2016 and 2017 Bantu Hikers Students cohorts were present, one student in traditional gear and another wearing the colours of our flag reminded us of how beautiful and […]

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Bantu Hikers Turns 2!

    August is birthday month for Bantu Hikers and in Bantu fashion, it was celebrated in the bounty of nature, people and perfect Cape Town weather. Cecilia Forest is one of the first few trails that provided the path to the first step in conceptualising the organisation that has grown into a family. Friendships […]

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Changing Lanes, Occupying Spaces

Bantu Hikers will be reaching a milestone in August, on the same month women are celebrated in South Africa. The 9th of August marks a significant time in South Africa’s history. It was on this day in 1956 when more than 20 000 women stepped out of the mould, stepped “out of their lane” by […]

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Catching-up along Ukhetshe

The Tygerberg Nature Reserve is perched above the northern suburbs with a perfect view of Table Mountain on the one side and the winelands on the other. This reserve mosaiced in the suburbs is a hot spot for interesting wildlife hence the trails are named after birds, mammals and reptiles. Ukhetshe trail in particular is […]

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