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Red Rock Tribal

Cape Farmhouse | c/r M65 & M66 Redhill, Cape Peninsula, Redhill 7975, South Africa
+27 21 780 9127
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Stunning

I was with friends for a music concert in the grounds of the Cape Farm House and not expecting to... read more

Reviewed 13 November 2016
Vivienne063
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Brighton, United Kingdom
A Treasured Find

5 years ago and early Dec_15, we visited the African carvings at the intersection of Red Hill Rd... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2016
David C
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Victoria, Canada
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Red Rock Tribal is an Aladdin's cave of delightful treasures. Set amidst a pretty garden, next to the Cape Farmhouse Restaurant, with wind sculptures and water features, scrap metal tortoises and birds, it offers visitors clever, innovative beautiful art made from waste in addition to a rich display of tribal artefacts. Its about playfulness, telling stories and love......
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12 Nov 2016
“Stunning”
6 Jan 2016
“A Treasured Find”
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Cape Farmhouse | c/r M65 & M66 Redhill, Cape Peninsula, Redhill 7975, South Africa
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Reviewed 13 November 2016

I was with friends for a music concert in the grounds of the Cape Farm House and not expecting to find a very special kind of shop filled with African treasures nurtured and collected by the owners Steve and Juliette. Before you buy anything to...More

Thank Vivienne063
Reviewed 7 January 2016

5 years ago and early Dec_15, we visited the African carvings at the intersection of Red Hill Rd and Plateau Rd (M65/M66) in the Cape Peninsula and ignored the Red Rock Tribal signs thinking it would be just another tourist kiosk type. WHAT A MAJOR...More

Thank David C
Reviewed 1 May 2014

Steven and Juliette have collected a huge array of antique and contemporary African artifacts, ranging from purely decorative to functional pieces that you will use every day when you return from your visit to Red Rock Tribal. They know the artists who have woven the...More

Thank Peggy G
Reviewed 13 February 2011

On our holiday in south africa, we stay wioth five persons for two weeks in scarborough, nice place near capetown, on the west coast of south africa. Every day we made trips in the region, sometimes by walking, sometimes with the car, there are so...More

2  Thank muenchen49
Reviewed 21 January 2011

This was indeed a terrific find in the southern Cape,on the way to Cape Point set in a beautiful garden. Scarborough and surroundings was our last stop in SA after a month of traveling around. We stayed in the self catering cottage Crystals and Juliette...More

Thank sa20102011
Reviewed 14 November 2010

We just spent 3 weeks exploring South Africa, and had a fabulous time. Our favorite shopping experience by far was our discovery of Red Rock Tribal. This is a small store packing an enormous selection of diverse merchandise. Outsider art (including some fabulous yard art-check...More

Thank LakePolan
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