Cape Town Part 2 – City Walking Tour – South Africa World Cup 2010 Eco Route

This is the second video in the series to promote responsible tourism in South Africa. From our first destination, Cape Town. We meet with a local friend and tour guide (Shaqir Erasmus) for a walking tour around the city. From a historical and cultural perspective, he explains the major events from colonisation in 1652 and slavery in the western cape, racial classification, District 6, the forced removal of residents under apartheid's group areas act, through to Nelson Mandela's landmark freedom speech outside the city hall in 1990.Along the journey, we will also provide our message and discovery, including some useful tips and advice for tourists who are planning on traveling to South Africa, and how they may become more responsible on the road in reducing their impact.Follow the Mynatour team on their exciting trip around South Africa - 6000kms in 28 days. http://www.mynatour.org/diaryVisiting places such as Cape Town, Albertinia, Lions Head, Langa, Durban, Johannesburg, Soweto, Fair Trade Tourism South Africa, Saint Lucia, Port Elizabeth, Kruger National Park, Table Mountain National Park, Wild Coast, Port St. Johns, Panorama Route, Garden Route, Guineafowl, Timbavati, Graskop, Western Cape, Zululand, Swaziland, Manzini, East London, Cintsa, Cintsa West, Cape St. Lucia, St. Lucia Marine Sanctuary, St. Lucia, St. Lucia Wetland Park, Cape Vidal, Blyde RicerIn collaboration with Fair Trade in Tourism SA (http://www.fairtourismsa.org.za/) we will be exploring all types of responsible, community based and ecotourism activities such as mountain trekking, bushman cave paintings, off road 4x4, surfing, township tours, sustainable youth hostels, nature trails, mountain biking, safari, bird watching.With plenty of tips to help you on the road, this will be your ultimate guide to ecotourism practice in South Africa.2010 marks the beginning of Mynatour's biggest and most exciting adventure yet - and we're going to share it with you everyday online.We are going to transport you to South Africa - home of the 2010 World Cup - and a place that will experience one of the biggest environmental impacts of any sporting event in history and try to promote some advices to make it, just, a little bit greener. A campaign to promote environmental responsibility during the world cup ...follow us...Become a member of the MyNatour community at mynatour.org because the more we share, the richer we are!A social ecotourism network of responsible travellers to preserve nature and promote local intercultural understanding. CONNECT + LEARN + DISCOVER + SHARE = RESPECT... it's as simple as that!Online videos brought to you by the production team of MyNatour TV. Look out for the full series of programs over the coming weeks. (Produced by Dom Davda and Davide Valin)