DAY NATURE TOUR

Cape Pensinsula (Cape Point & penguin)

HOURS

10

FROM

R 2035

Daily group departures (maximum 14 passengers).
English tour guide, entrance fees applicable to itinerary.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Camps Bay
  • Hout Bay
  • Chapmans Peak drive
  • Cape Point and cape of GoodHope
  • Penguin reserve

INFORMATION

  • Daily group departures (maximum 14 passengers)
  • Tour duration approximately 8 hours
  • Includes: English tour guide, entrance fees applicable to itinerary
  • Excludes: Lunch
  • Private tours (Foreign languages available on request)
  • Price based on group of 3 pax minimum
Pick-up and Drive

Eight ‘o clock hotel pick-up.

Camps Bay

Famous for its luxury homes and breath-taking beachfront, Camps Bay is packed with some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. From this shoreline, you can appreciate a view like no other of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range. This forms the back of Table Mountain. After our first stop, we will continue down the beautiful coastal road.

Hungry in Hout Bay

Are you ready for the arguably, the best fish and chips in South Africa? A picturesque fishermen’s town is where we will stop for lunch. Hout Bay is a bustling seaside neighbourhood with a shop and market-stall for everyone. After lunch, we will embark on the world-famous scenic route, known as Chapman’s Peak.

Chapman’s Peak

Chapman’s Peak is a mountain on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, between Hout Bay and Noordhoek. It is an amazing cliffhanging road, carved into the mountain, where the views cannot possibly get any better. Don’t worry about getting those photos from the car-window. We will make a couple of stops along the road to take in the view and of course, capture it on camera. Following the road to Cape Point, we will make a quick stop at the Cape Point Ostrich Farm.

Cape Point & Cape of Good Hope

The Cape of Good Hope is situated within the Table Mountain National Park, which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It is also home to the Cape Point, which saw its first lighthouse in 1859. It stands at 238 metres above sea level, on the highest section of the peak. You can access this beautiful building, via foot or cable car. Stand at the most south-western point in Africa and look over the majestic ocean – an ocean that has holds many shipwrecked secrets. Before the days end, we will head to sunny Simon’s Town.

Boulders Penguin Colony

A visit to Cape Town means a visit to the Boulders Penguin Colony, in Simon’s Town – home to the African Penguins and a series of beautiful secluded cloves and beaches. We will get to sit on the beach, right next to the penguins; so close that you will be able to take pictures with these adorable animals. This reserve started with two pairs of penguins, but is now the playground of over 2000 pairs of happy feet.

Kirstenbosch Garden

In the afternoon we will get to see the Magical Kirstenbosch garden and enjoy a guided tour through this fascinating botanical display situated at the eastern foot of Table Mountain.

Time to head to the Hotel

After a transfer, you will be dropped off at your hotel. We will see you on the next adventure!

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