Cape Camino Hike

Hiking Trails in or near Constantia, Constantia Valley in Cape Town, South Africa.

Things To Do in ConstantiaCape Camino Hike

Hiking Trails Constantia Valley False Bay Southern Suburbs

Where? The Cape Camino is a walking pilgrimage route around the Cape Peninsula.

When? You decide.

How much? Falls into price group R201 to R500 per person. Confirm with the provider.

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Constantia, in Western Cape

The Cape Camino, like its counterpart in Spain, is a walking pilgrimage route around the Cape Peninsula. It is a way to explore this magnificent city and surrounds on foot instead of through the windscreen of a car, and allows one to really get to know Cape Town.

To join the pilgrimage and design your route you have two options: You can sign up on the website as a pilgrim (it's a once-off payment of R380) to receive an infinity passport, which gives you access to the route and maps, information on the sacred sites, discounts and value-adds from service providers and participation in the growing Cape Camino community.

Which gives you the flexibility of designing a route for yourself. Or, conversely, Cape Camino can organise the pilgrimage for you, sorting out all the logistics so that you're free to pilgrim.

CAMINO OPTIONS

The half-day Mothers and Inmates package, 12 km
The full day Wine to Water package, 17 km
Two-day packages: including one night's accommodation, breakfast and dinner and Cape Camino t-shirts, and your infinity passport.

Package one:

Cape Buchu to Lady Lighthouse (Simon's Town to Hout Bay) is 36 km and preferable to pilgrims who like natural terrain, hills and beach. Sacred sites include Islam, Buddhist and Christian. Sleep in Scarborough.

Package two:

Lady Lighthouse to Atlantic Sunsets (Scarborough to Cape Town) is 46 km; ideal for those who enjoy beach walking, coastal views and the lively Atlantic seaboard strip. Sacred sites include Buddhist, Islam.

Package three:

Atlantic Sunsets to Mountain Shade (Hout Bay to Constantia Nek; sleep in the city) is 37 km and ideal for those who like to walk alongside the ocean, and explore the vibrancy of the Bo-Kaap and Table Mountain (contour path). Sacred sites include Islam and Catholic.

Package four:

Mountain Shade to Wine to Water (Cape Town city to Muizenberg; sleep in Constantia) is 37 km and suitable for those who prefer a quieter walk along a gravel contour path, fields of vineyards and then the suburbs, ending at the seaside. Sacred sites en route are Catholic and Islam.

Package five:

Wine to Water to Whales Tale (|Constantia to Simon's Town; sleep in Muizenberg) is 34 km and suitable for those pilgrims who enjoy suburban life, love the sound of the sea at night and are excited by exploring bushman caves and artefacts. Sacred sites en route are Catholic, Islam, Jewish and Khoisan.

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