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Cape Point & Peninsula Tour

Full day


  • Twelve Apostles mountain drive
  • Hout Bay (Trip to Seal Island for your own account)
  • Chapman’s Peak Drive - if open
  • Simon’s Town
  • Penguin colony (for your own account)
  • Cape Point Nature Reserve
  • The Cape of Good Hope Optional lunch at local restaurant
  • Optional lunch at local restaurant
  • The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Cape Peninsula

The best way to revel in the Peninsula’s unrivaled natural beauty is to travel to Cape Point (part of the Table Mountain national Park) along the coastal drives, each dramatically different. To the west, Chapman’s Peak route via Hout Bay and the endless, white expanse of Noordhoek’s Long Beach (when not closed due to rock falls). The False Bay road hugs the mountainside, snaking past Fish Hoek, a popular family beach, Kalk Bay, a fishing village imbued with character and colour, and Muizenberg, renowned for its safe swimming, excellent surfing and colourful bathing boxes. Cape Point Cape Point, Cape Town’s dramatic and awe-inspiring peninsula, makes for an enchanting day drive. Its rugged rock scenery is also known for its indigenous fauna and flora, including baboon, bontebok, zebra, red hartebeest, grey rhebok, eland, Cape grysbok, steenbok, grey mongoose and over 150 species of birds. There are many walks, picnic spots, changing rooms, a curio shop and licensed restaurant the Two Oceans. Two funicular cars, carrying 40 passengers, travel from the parking lot to the view site below the lighthouse 238m above the ocean. This is the first funicular railway of its kind in Africa and has a unique design and geometry.A stone replica of Vasco Da Gama’s cross marks the spot where the Portuguese explorers had come ashore.

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