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African Trading Port

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African Trading Port

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Dock Road Old Port Captain’s Building, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town Central 8001 South Africa
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Abdur Rahman wrote a review Oct 2020
Kushtia, Bangladesh99 contributions32 helpful votes
I visited this shop during my Cape Town tour. Actually it was a open museum of African culture and arts. Their collections was really unbelievable. They have also some animal skins including zebra, giraffe, lion, and deer....But as a animal lover I can't appreciate this!!! A lots of nice souvenir is available there. At least full 1 and half hour is needed to explore this shop. At ground floor you will get all gems and handicraft items. At 1st floor and the wall beside the staircase you will find all special items...
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Richard S wrote a review Jun 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota35 contributions23 helpful votes
This place is just great! Everything from inexpensive souvenirs to really fantastic collectible vintage tribal works of art. The upstairs house the more expensive pieces. I've been here a half dozen times on four trips to Africa and always seem to find something great! Unlike Tribal Trends (also in Cape Town) these people can be completely trusted to ship and were very helpful finding things within the store. I absolutely LOVE this place. Stuff from all over Africa!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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newspapertaxi wrote a review Mar 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom314 contributions41 helpful votes
Visited on 2 or 3 occasions during our stay in Cape Town and each time it felt like the first there's that much to see. All sorts of souvenirs to suit all budgets. Excellent
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nicholas H wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom20,637 contributions902 helpful votes
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This was originally the Port Captain’s Building, but it’s now a huge tourist souvenir shop, full of African themed gifts. Prices are cheap despite it being a prime tourist location and staff are helpful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Breakpoint wrote a review Feb 2020
Mount Dora, Florida112 contributions49 helpful votes
A wide selection of handcrafted South African goods. This place is perfect for picking up a souvenir. The artwork outside the building is fantastic! On the second and third floors it is very musuem like, and you must make the effort to go up. You won't be disappointed. The soapstone carved animals became an addiction to my wife. They are inexpensive and cute. A bad combination. But, the beer garden is nearby!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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