Experience the rugged coastlines and unspoilt beauty along the shores of the Cape Peninsula to the mythical meeting place of two great oceans
Adults – ZAR 1300.00
Children – ZAR 650.00 ( 4-11 years old)
Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman’s Peak Toll Fee
Penguins Colony at Boulders Beach, Cape Point Funicular, Kirstenbosch Gardens
Negotiable – Full Day (about 9 hours)
Meals, Gratuities, Curios
A half day Tour of The Cape Peninsula
Our journey to Cape Point takes us along the scenic Atlantic seaboard coastal road. We pass the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay with their soft white sand and assure blue water. The formidable 12 Apostles Peaks rise above the road on one side, while sheer cliffs and incredible rock formations drop into the icy Atlantic Ocean on the other side. There is no doubt the coast of the Cape peninsula offers magnificent scenery with its great biodiversity.
We arrive at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay with its imposing Sentinel. Visit Duiker Island (Seal Island) (own account) or shop for souvenirs at the craft market at the harbour.
Our tour continues over Chapman’s Peak which offers amazing photo opportunities, and onto the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This area is home to magnificent ‘fynbos’, many different species of buck and birds, the Cape Mountain Zebra, and mischievous baboons. These creatures entertain guests enjoying lunch at the restaurant which has splendid views of False Bay. Take the funicular (own account) to the lighthouse to see the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans at the Cape Point.
We visit Boulders Beach to see the African penguins (own account) before arriving at the naval base of Simon’s Town, and then we venture inland to our last stop of the day at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. With the sun setting over the tall peaks of Table Mountain the last rays sparkle on the trees and flowers, and offer a fitting end to a day filled with all the Cape has to offer.
*The Constantia winelands can be visited in place of Kirstenbosch